11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the wake of Lemmy Kilmister's passing, longtime Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell has found musical solace with his three sons and vocalist Neil Starr in Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons. Their full-length debut is a cornucopia of melodic hard-rock jams ("Ringleader," "Freak Show," "Get On Your Knees"), while Campbell's slash-and-burn Motörhead style cuts through on "Gypsy Kiss" and "Dropping the Needle." Before it's over, he lends some deep country twang to the harmonica-driven "Dark Days" and bluesy ballad "Into the Dark."

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the wake of Lemmy Kilmister's passing, longtime Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell has found musical solace with his three sons and vocalist Neil Starr in Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons. Their full-length debut is a cornucopia of melodic hard-rock jams ("Ringleader," "Freak Show," "Get On Your Knees"), while Campbell's slash-and-burn Motörhead style cuts through on "Gypsy Kiss" and "Dropping the Needle." Before it's over, he lends some deep country twang to the harmonica-driven "Dark Days" and bluesy ballad "Into the Dark."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

SlinkyTheSlayer ,

Buy it.

Terrific album.

Chef J 85 ,

Decent album

However will soon be collecting dust in your collection. This album just doesn't have alot of staying power and outside of having Phil Campbell's name on it what real value would you place on it ??? Without it no way you would be giving it a listen at all. Decent album but almost zero staying power sad but true.

RIP LEMMY !!!