Watch MOTÖRHEAD's Video For 'Rock Out' From 'Everything Louder Forever - The Very Best Of'
September 9, 2021
BMG has set an October 29 release date for a new career-spanning MOTÖRHEAD set, titled "Everything Louder Forever - The Very Best Of". The definitive collection will be available on 2CD, 2LP and 4LP. The 2CD digipak and 4LP fold out sets will feature 42 tracks, including "Ace Of Spades", "Killed By Death", "Overkill", "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)", "The Game" and many more. The 2LP set will include 22 tracks in a gatefold package.
A new video for the song "Rock Out", taken from "Everything Louder Forever - The Very Best Of", can be seen below.
MOTÖRHEAD are the true embodiment of rock 'n' roll excess. A hybrid of rock, punk and heavy metal played with relentless, ear-curdling power, they were a force of nature and nothing short of life-changing for millions. As for their approach to life and music, there was no "off" switch, and they became legends as a result.
Fronted for the entirety of their career by Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, they released 22 studio albums over their 40 years together, amassing chart-topping records, a Grammy Award and racking up 15 million worldwide sales. Their signature song "Ace Of Spades" perfectly captured everything great about hard rock, heavy metal, and punk, amped it all up to 11, and came racing out of the gates at what felt like a million miles an hour, pushing at every musical boundary. Nothing was harder, nothing was faster and certainly nothing was louder. Anyone disputing this fact need look no further than any heavy metal gig and play "spot the MOTÖRHEAD T-shirt and jacket." MOTÖRHEAD fans still outnumber anyone else, hands down.
MOTÖRHEAD has truly become a lifestyle for several generations of rockers, metalheads, punks, bikers, athletes, rebels, outcasts, and freethinkers all around the world. Few bands in modern history can instantly ignite the adrenaline of music fans the way they can. They changed the course of hard rock...forever.
01. Overkill 02. We Are Motörhead 03. Snaggletooth 04. Rock It 05. Orgasmatron 06. Brotherhood Of Man 07. In The Name Of Tragedy 08. Bomber 09. Sacrifice 10. The Thousand Names Of God 11. Love For Sale 12. Killed By Death 13. I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care) 14. Smiling Like A Killer 15. Sharpshooter 16. Queen Of The Damned 17. Keys To The Kingdom 18. Cradle To The Grave 19. Lost Johnny 20. The Game
21. Ace Of Spades (40th Anniversary Master) 22. Burner 23. Stone Dead Forever 24. Bad Woman 25. Just Cos You Got The Power 26. Stay Out Of Jail 27. No Class 28. I Am The Sword 29. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch 30. God Save The Queen 31. R.A.M.O.N.E.S. (2006 Version) 32. Iron Fist 33. Rock Out 34. Dirty Love 35. Shine 36. Overnight Sensation 37. On Your Feet Or On Your Knees 38. I Ain't No Nice Guy 39. Sucker 40. 1916 41. Choking On Your Screams 42. Motörhead
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