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  • Audio CD (August 26, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Steamhammer / SPV
  • ASIN: B001BWQAAA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,389 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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True pop culture icons. Unquestioned household name recognition. Purveyors of some of the finest hard rock and heavy metal on the planet. This is Motörhead! Motörizer is Motörhead s 24th album and gives listeners the feeling that they have not yet reached the peak of their musical output. Like the band themselves have stated: A kick ass motherf#cking record definitely one of the wider ranged Motörhead records ever released . The album was produced by Cameron Webb and the recording took place at Sage & Sound and Foo Fighter Dave Grohl s 606 studios in Los Angeles. Motörhead is embarking on a full-scale US tour together with Heaven & Hell and Judas Priest, already being hailed as the tour of the year`.

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The sound is more modern while keeping the style in tact.
Rocker Guy
I think the best Motorhead albums are 'Bastards', '1916', 'Overnight Sensation' and 'Inferno', and I would put this album up there with the best of them!
Tasty Greens
I mean, what blows my mind is Lemmy is gonna be like 63 or something... and they keep getting BETTER?!?!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By "The Woj" on August 29, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Lemmy must have been into heavy doses of the Ramones while recording this album, because his love for the band is quite evident throughout "Motorizer". In fact there is a fast paced, "punk" rock vibe to many of the songs here in the "Goin' To Brazil" & "R.A.M.O.N.E.S" vein. "Rock Out" does exactly what it promises and then some. Mickey Dee's drumming propels the album from start to finish without pause (no slowed down ballads here). Dee is arguably the best drummer in rock/metal and he proves it here. And friggin' Phil, the man never ceases to amaze me; his playing just keeps getting better. Phil takes his own chops, blends in a wee-wee bit of Chuck Berry, a heavy dose of Thin Lizzy era Brian Robertson (Phil's wah wah pedal tone is killer on this album) and consequently churns out guitar solos and fills that are short, sweet and very wicked. Then you have Lemmy.....'nuff said. I am a longtime fan dating back to the vinyl days. I would hesitate to put "Motorizer" up there with classics like "Overkill" and "Ace Of Spades", but it is darn close.
A great place to start for a newcomer to the band and a definite "add to cart" for current Motorhead fans.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Morton on September 6, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Motorhead-Motorizer ****1/2

Upon first listen Motorizer feels like just another Motorhead album. Yeah, a great motorhead album, well then again Motorhead never really made a bad album did they? Moving on...

As you give the album time it seems to grow better with each listen. As Lemmy's lyrics become more recognizable to you the songs seem better that usual. Lemmy really stepped up the lyrics for Motorizer; they are both very personal and intelligent. His bass playing is exception as well ('When The Eagle Screams') much better than usual. Philip Campbell shows his merit here as well. His Wah-Wah tone makes his guitar scream and his riffs are solid and his solos kill! Mikkey Dee proves once again that he just might be the very best drummer in rock n' roll today. This is really his album.

'Runaround Man' is classic Motorhead destined to be a fan favorite as is 'Rock Out.' The latter being very Ramones influenced adding an extra layer of awesome. 'English Rose' kills just about anything out today and 'The Thousand Names Of God' is among the strongest sets of lyrics Lemmy has ever set to paper. 'When The Eagle Screams' is by far the strongest track on the album. Both musically, and lyrically it destroys. Played and sung with passion; the guys really nailed it here.

Motorizer is among the very best Motorhead albums. Ace of Spades and Kiss of Death are the only who seem to surpass it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John A. Mucera on August 26, 2008
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What else would you expect, these days, from these guys but, keep the fight going! This one cleans your proverbial clock and then some! After only a few listens, the boys from Britian can still grind out that clever sound which distinguishes them from the rest! Mr. Kilmister, Mr. Campbell, and Mr. DEE have done a tremendous job over the last several years keeping true to their sound and the twists just seem to keep coming! One critic said this LP may not be as good as 2004's INFERNO? PLEASE listen again! It's as good or better than that one and KISS OF DEATH/their recent and last excellent studio effort! With such standouts as Rock Out(following a similiar classic style like Iron Fist), Runaround Man(A Sacrifice LP soundalike), Buried Alive, When the Eagle Screams, and a usual weird and metallic rocker like The Thousand Names of God, Motorhead continue to cement their place in music history as true icons
of loud rock 'n' roll! With this effort, fans like myself can truly appreciate that famous term STICK TO YOUR GUNS!! ALL HAIL MOTORHEAD!! Thanks again Lemmy, Phil, and Mikey for continuing to reign as true masters of fast edge, sometimes blues & punk driven, hard rocking, heavy metal!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MRT on May 11, 2010
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There is nothing fancy, sophisticated or classy about Lemmy Kilmister but, in his own words, 'that's the way I like it baby, I don't want to live forever'. And so, whether you are a fan or not of him and his music, there is something fundamentally reassuring about the way in which he and Motorhead never seem to change. 'Motorizer' is as brutal and full of energy as any other Motorhead album over the years and if you've been a long term fan, you will simply lap this album up. Speaking however as someone that can appreciate the great man and his music rather than actually like a lot of it, I don't think that there are any individual tracks here to rival past glories such as 'Ace Of Spades', 'Bomber' or (my personal favourite) 'Killed By Death'. This said, 'The Runaround Man', 'Heroes' and the hilarious 'Rock Out' (with your cock out!) could all become favorites in time. That Lemmy and his band are still producing punishing, aggressive and 'dirty' rock and roll over 30 years into a musical career is a tribute to them and, let's face it, there's no-one that quite 'cranks up the volume' like Motorhead, is there? 'Motorizer' is a solid and consistent set, that delivers EXACTLY what you would expect it to.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on November 8, 2010
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One of the coolest things about being one of the best and most original, seminal, untrendy, and influential things to happen to the world of heavy music is having the right to play it safe. And having a free pass to make the same album again and again? That's okay, too. Nobody illustrates this point better than Motorhead. Ever since the date of their inception way back in 1977, this band's sound (which is first and foremost rooted in fast and heavy metal - including thrash, speed, groove, and traditional metal -- yet is also poised with enough restraint and memorable melodies to add dynamic and keep things from getting out of control - and is tinged with punk, hard rock, and even some blues and Southern rock elements) has essentially remained the same. Nonetheless, it is a very potent, catchy, hard rocking, strongly grooving, and contagiously fun sound...so, all is forgiven. Plus, all of their releases come with a stamp of guaranteed quality. In other words, for a long time now, Motorhead have had a fairly high level of excellence looming overhead. And they have always met or exceeded that standard by, time-after-time, kicking out one undeniably good record after another. (This has been the case for so long that it has become almost like clockwork.) Hence, this Birmingham-based trio may not try overly hard or do much in the way of converting non-fans, but one would be exceedingly hard-pressed to find a more consistent band, or one with a more epic discography.

And even after all these years, full-length release number 500 (okay, okay, 19), 2008's "Motorizer," finds vocalist/bassist Lemmy Kilmeister, guitarist Phil Campbell, and drummer Mikkey Dee still sticking with their guns (i.e. the tried and true formula that has gotten them this far).
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