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Motorhead Orgasmatron [1987] [FLAC] [WH] FLAWL3SS

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Name:Motorhead Orgasmatron [1987] [FLAC] [WH] FLAWL3SS

Total Size: 340.01 MB

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Torrent added: 2009-08-24 11:12:57




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Orgasmatron.cue (Size: 340.01 MB) (Files: 28)

 Orgasmatron.cue

2.09 KB

 Info.txt

7.28 KB

 Motörhead - Orgasmatron -

  Motörhead - Orgasmatron.log

6.48 KB

  12 - Claw (Alternative Version).flac

22.55 MB

  11 - Steal Your Face (Live).flac

29.57 MB

  10 - On The Road (Live).flac

36.02 MB

  09 - Orgasmatron.flac

36.11 MB

  08 - Doctor Rock.flac

24.93 MB

  07 - Ridin' With The Driver.flac

27.34 MB

  06 - Built For Speed.flac

33.11 MB

  05 - Mean Machine.flac

20.35 MB

  04 - Claw.flac

23.86 MB

  03 - Ain't My Crime.flac

24.75 MB

  02 - Nothing Up My Sleeve.flac

21.55 MB

  01 - Deaf Forever.flac

30.54 MB

  00. Motörhead - Orgasmatron.nfo

7.30 KB

  00. Motörhead - Orgasmatron.m3u

1.64 KB

 Covers & Art

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Torrent description

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Motörhead - Orgasmatron
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Artist...............: Motörhead
Album................: Orgasmatron
Genre................: Heavy Metal
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1987
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: 1.2.1
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 68 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........:

Ripped by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/20/2008
Posted by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/21/2008
News Server..........: None
News Group(s)........: None

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Back Leaflet

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Tracklisting
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1. (00:04:26) Motörhead - Deaf Forever
2. (00:03:12) Motörhead - Nothing Up My Sleeve
3. (00:03:43) Motörhead - Ain't My Crime
4. (00:03:32) Motörhead - Claw
5. (00:02:57) Motörhead - Mean Machine
6. (00:04:57) Motörhead - Built For Speed
7. (00:03:47) Motörhead - Ridin' With The Driver
8. (00:03:37) Motörhead - Doctor Rock
9. (00:05:27) Motörhead - Orgasmatron
10. (00:05:00) Motörhead - On The Road (Live)
11. (00:04:16) Motörhead - Steal Your Face (Live)
12. (00:03:32) Motörhead - Claw (Alternative Version)

Playing Time.........: 00:48:26
Total Size...........: 330.67 MB

NFO generated on.....: 8/21/2008 9:39:42 AM


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‘Orgasmatron’ was the first Motörhead album in three years after the
excellent but largely misunderstood ‘Another Perfect Day’. A completely new
line up (with the exception of Lemmy of course) and years of record company
troubles meant the band really had something to prove and ‘Orgasmatron’
not only proved this point but it forced your brains through your nose in the
process.

‘Orgasmatron’ shows a healthy balance of the bands signature rock ’n’ roll
swagger with more experimental touches, as such this may be more
preferable to fans who found
‘Another Perfect Day’ too far removed from the ‘Fast’ Eddie era. I do
however have one point of contention with ‘Orgasmatron’, its mix is pretty
bizarre. At times the guitars seem to disappear from the mix completely which
is especially odd considering that what was then a newly twin guitar band
should surely have more guitar, right? The actual production sound itself is
fine with a particularly excellent drum sound…but the mix is as iffy as four
week old seafood.

Performance wise the band play with a youthful exuberance of a band who
know they can rock like bastards, but just haven’t been able to put it down to
record yet. As such the ‘Orgasmatron’ displays a vitality and hunger that is
essential to a great Motörhead record. Guitarist’s Würzel and Phil Campbell
have distinctive yet complementary styles fitting within the established
Motörhead mould but instantly recognisable. Würzel (along with being a
scarecrow) is the more off the wall of the two relying on over the top bends,
trills and even his fairly distinctive take on tapping, in all it makes for a great
fun listen. Phil on the other hand is more reserved in his style, being more of
a traditional blues rock base with a definite touch of class. In addition to this
the pair fit in with the general tradition of Motörhead hell raising for instance
Phil drank two bottles of vodka a day in the mid 80’s and Würzel listed his
ambitions as getting up in the morning and drinking as much as he could…
Gentlemen, I salute you! Other new boy here is Pete Gill ,of Saxon fame (or
not), who is a great drummer with a pounding double bass sound. However,
Pete proved to be a bit of an odd character (even by Motörhead standards!)
who kept a note book with all kinds of bizarre things like ‘Phil Campbell owes
me 50p’ and apparently enjoyed flashing himself in public. Lem, as always
sounds like a plane taking off. But lyrically he puts down some truly excellent
work, even by his own lofty standards. The title track happens to be
everyone’s favourite set of Motörhead lyrics, focusing on the macabre side of
organised religion which a finesse and elegance that few could match. But
lyrical themes are varied and interesting from more darkness and horror in
say ‘Deaf Forever’ to classy double entendres (no really, stay with me!) such
as ‘Your magic circle ain't where's its at’ the circle would be the physiological
effect of girls on men…women are sorcerers because they can give men an
erection from a distance, magical prick teasers don’t y’know! Splendid, learn
along with Lem.

‘Orgasmatron’ does featuring some new ideas for Motörhead. First of all they
open with a mid paced number, eschewing the often used ploy (not only by
Motörhead) of opening with a bit of speed metal. ‘Deaf Forever’ however is
rather excellent number driven along by some deliciously simple riffs and
rudimentary drum work (bare a few killer fills). The chorus is ridiculously
catchy and I like the little shouty thing at the end of each line. The title track
itself is built around a bass drone and although cut from the same cloth as
‘Deaf Forever’ it’s heavier, morbid and menacing. A truly haunting song
condensing all the horror of thousands of years of plebiscite misery into…oh,
about five and a half minutes. It’s written from an interesting perspective
too, from kind of religion as a omnipresent and prevalent being looking at all
the suffering its caused in glee. This is anti-organised religion lyrics done
exceptionally well; eloquent and poetic.
But as always we do get are beloved straight-forward rockers and gee whiz
aunt Mary aren’t their some corkers! ‘Dr Rock’ is a lively and bouncy number
and a stalwart of their live set to this day. It’s got some nice lead bass work
and doesn’t have a proper guitar solo but rather a noise that sounds like a
helicopter…Jawsome! ‘Built For Speed’ is shining example of one of Lemmy’s
many odes to the power, splendour and majesty of rock (which in fact is so
majestic that one can use heroic diction). Musically, its got a drum intro to die
for, some simply divine riffs (as in their simple and divine) and a nice trade off
section, which Phil comes out trumps in by making a noise that goes like this
*naw naw naw naw* , not that Würzel is slacking either. On the rest of the
album we get lots of lovely straight forward loud, fast and furious rock ’n’ roll,
all which are catchy. So it’s pretty clear ‘Orgasmatron’ is all out arse kicking
rock album.

1986 may have been the year of thrash, but once again Motörhead proved
there just isn’t a substitute for the new religion, the electric church…rock ’n’
roll. Let it live, let it live. Somewhat of an overlooked classic by the music
press and some more casual Motörhead fans, ‘Orgasmatron’ is worthy of a
place in any rock fans collection.
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