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MotörheadInferno

Label:Steamhammer – SPV 69741 2LP
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal

Tracklist

A1Terminal Show
Lead GuitarSteve Vai
3:45
A2Killers4:13
A3In The Name Of Tragedy3:03
B1Suicide5:09
B2Life's A Bitch4:12
B3Down On Me
Guitar [End Solo]Steve Vai
4:11
C1In The Black4:32
C2Fight3:42
C3In The Year Of The Wolf4:17
D1Keys To The Kingdom
StringsCurtis Mathewson
4:46
D2Smiling Like A Killer2:43
D3Whorehouse Blues
Acoustic GuitarPhilip Campbell*
Harmonica, Acoustic GuitarLemmy Kilmister*
3:53
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Credits

Notes

Comes in a regular cover with two printed inner sleeves.

Recorded at NRG, Paramount, Maple Studios.
Mixed at Paramount Studios.
Mastered at Capitol Records.

Copyright control Motörhead Music.

℗ 2004 Steamhammer.
© 2004 Steamhammer, a division of SPV GmbH.

Distributed by SPV GmbH.

Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0693723697413
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - stamped): B404720-01 A1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - stamped): B404720-01 B1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout - stamped): B404720-02 C1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout - stamped): B404720-02 D1 HL
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 09002
  • ASIN: B0002DFY4W

Other Versions (5 of 34)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Inferno (CD, Album, DVD, DVD-Video, All Media, Limited Edition, Digipak)SteamhammerSPV 087-69740 CD+DVDGermany2004
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Inferno (2×LP, Album)Steamhammer, Cargo RecordsR20-0022325Europe2004
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Inferno (CD, Album)Metal-Is Records06076-85241-2US2004
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Inferno (CD, Album, Promo)SteamhammerSPV 80000704 P-CDGermany2004
New Submission
Inferno (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)SPV GmbH (2), Steamhammer (2)SPV 085-69742 CDRussia2004

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Reviews

  • RMlegshaver's avatar
    RMlegshaver
    Great album, great pressing. Far from audiophile but probably the best Motorhead can sound on a record. The 'Whorehouse Blues' finale is a real treat to this punishing album.
    • mrjn's avatar
      mrjn
      Best Album since Ace of Spades.
      All Titles are True Power!
      • djkaree's avatar
        djkaree
        Veterans of the metal scene do not cease to amaze the public. In the distant 2004 (it's hard to imagine that more than 10 years have already passed), Motorhead had recorded one of the best albums in the history of the band. The sound of the band was significantly heavier compared to previous albums and, at the same time, became more traditional for the band. From the very first chords of the opening track "Terminal Show" it becomes clear that Lemmy was determined to release a really strong album. It's not rock and roll anymore, it's a real thrash! Also worth noting the second song "Killers" and the final blues track "Whorehore Blues", which was played on acoustic guitars, it is very unusual for the band. These three songs has added a variety for album that Motorhead sometimes lacks. The rest of the songs are played in the traditional style of the band, no revelations, but there are no failures either. Outcome: we got a great album, rightfully deserving the highest score.
        • VBranco's avatar
          VBranco
          For me, this is the best of the more recent (post-80's) albums of Motörhead's albums. Nothing new or ground-breaking, but that is to be expected from them. Lemmy did what he wanted and didn't care about what you thought, and that's why so may people loved him.
          This issue sounds great and the vinyl is very high-quality and quiet throughout.
          The whole record is great, but Whorehouse Blues is a gem.
          • Madmas's avatar
            Madmas
            I have a version and the Runouts are: Side A: 108709 A1 Km; Side B: 108709 B1 KM; Side C: 108710 C1 Km; Side D: 108710 D1 KM

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