16 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded during their stand at the Zenith in Munich in November 2015, this concert shows the band raging just before its final conclusion. “Bomber” is an eternal rallying cry for biker warriors everywhere, while Lemmy’s gasoline-stained voice becomes a living symbol of durability on “Stay Clean” and “Ace of Spades.” “Over the Top,” “Dr. Rock,” and “Rock It” affirm the band’s lifelong devotion to the wild abandon of ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll, but “Overkill” is their machine entirely. Here they ride its locomotive rhythm into glorious oblivion.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded during their stand at the Zenith in Munich in November 2015, this concert shows the band raging just before its final conclusion. “Bomber” is an eternal rallying cry for biker warriors everywhere, while Lemmy’s gasoline-stained voice becomes a living symbol of durability on “Stay Clean” and “Ace of Spades.” “Over the Top,” “Dr. Rock,” and “Rock It” affirm the band’s lifelong devotion to the wild abandon of ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll, but “Overkill” is their machine entirely. Here they ride its locomotive rhythm into glorious oblivion.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Renegade83 ,

Giving his all until the end

This is such a great album, live and raw. Knowing how poor his health was at the time of this show, it is miraculous that Lemmy could deliver such a great performance while keeping his sense of humor. I know there are a lot of naysayers out there, but as a 30 year Motorhead fan, I am very glad that I can listen to this. I will miss hearing that incredible bass sound live and Lemmy's unique vocals. And I will miss hearing the powerful combination of Phil and Mikkey backing him up. This album gives me goosebumps from Bomber to a killer version of Overkill at the end. There will never be another Motorhead, that's for sure.

Angus n Gage ,

Rip lemmy

When if ever are they gonna release his solo album he did ?

George 2012 ,

Motorhead

You will be missed Lemmy Rock In roll forever

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