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Album: Hellraiser: Best of the Epic Years
# Song Title   Time
1)    One to Sing the Blues, The
2)    Shut You Down
3)    I Ain't No Nice Guy
4)    Hellraiser
5)    Asylum Choir
6)    Bad Religion
7)    Eagle Rock
8)    You Better Run
9)    Cat Scratch Fever
10)    March or Die
11)    Angel City
12)    1916
13)    Make My Day
14)    Going to Brazil
15)    Dead Man's Hand
16)    R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
 

Album: Hellraiser: Best of the Epic Years
# Song Title   Time
1)    One to Sing the Blues, The
2)    Shut You Down
3)    I Ain't No Nice Guy
4)    Hellraiser
5)    Asylum Choir
6)    Bad Religion
7)    Eagle Rock
8)    You Better Run
9)    Cat Scratch Fever
10)    March or Die
11)    Angel City
12)    1916
13)    Make My Day
14)    Going to Brazil
15)    Dead Man's Hand
16)    R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
 
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Tracks

1. The One To Sing The Blues

2. Shut You Down

3. I Aint No Nice Guy

4. Hellraiser

5. Asylum Choir

6. Bad Religion

7. Eagle Rock

8. You Better Run

9. Cat Scratch Fever

10. March Or Die

11. Angel City

12. 1916

1916.  

13. Make My Day

14. Going To Brazil

15. Dead Mans Hand

16. Ramones

Performer Notes
  • Mot”rhead's short stay at Epic Records (1991-1992) marked a particularly uninspired period in the band's long career. Hellraiser collects seven songs from each of the albums it recorded (1991's 1916 and 1992's March or Die) and adds two songs that were recorded at the time but not released: "Dead Man's Hand" and one of the better songs here, "Eagle Rock." Lemmy seemingly was searching for some kind of mainstream rock success at this point. Both albums lack the fire of earlier Mot”rhead material and March or Die shows a shocking lack of toughness. "1916" provides the only highlight of the set, "Ramones" is a fast and fun ode to the brothers Ramone, "Going to Brazil" is a 12-bar rocker about going to Brazil, oddly enough, and "Angel City" is a boogified tribute to the Los Angeles rock scene. Elsewhere the band was dipping into weak epic balladry with "1916," bad blues with "You Better Run," lame generic heavy metal with "Hellraiser" and "Asylum Street," boring covers with "Cat Scratch Fever," and worst of all acoustic power ballads with "I Ain't No Nice Guy" featuring Ozzy and Lemmy croaking their way through some really dumb lyrics. Unsurprisingly, Mot”rhead's attempt to sell out failed miserably and by the next record the band was off a major label and back to doing what it does best; making loud, fast, and obnoxious records. If you are a Mot”rhead fanatic, you probably have all the material on Hellraiser already, but if you don't have it, don't get it as it is Mot”rhead at its worst. ~ Tim Sendra
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