Just as likely to be feted by fans of heavy-metal as those of the Sex Pistols, Motorhead straddled these apparently mutually exclusive worlds with a powerful.
' Ace of Spades ', 'Love Me Like a Reptile', 'Shoot You in the Back' and 'Live to Win' are all great examples of this. Each feels as if it has it's own.
From the moment frontman Lemmy Kilmister's now legendary bass riff kicks in on the title track, Motorhead 's Ace of Spades has the feel of a.
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The real telling moment. This my friends, is the very embodiment of what we stand for. However, the many highlights of this album compensate its short fillers. It's enough to know you're here backstage. The solos to this song is impressive to say the least. The riffs sound similar, the vocal style is constant, all the solos are cut from a similar cloth, all the songs sound the same, etc.. The riffs are very similar, and the songs run together. Motörhead - Ace of Spades Full Album 1980