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  1. England (White Vinyl) by Motörhead - Vinyl LP () for $ from flexvelcremobuldoydondeworhardnetul.xyzinfo Heavy Metal - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. Limited red lobster-colored vinyl LP pressing. Continuing the reissue program of Motorhead's Chiswick albums on vinyl, What's Words Worth? is a live album recorded on 18th February at a benefit organized by Wilko Johnson to raise money to preserve some William Wordsworth flexvelcremobuldoydondeworhardnetul.xyzinfos:
  3. Continuing our reissue programme of Motorhead's Chiswick albums on vinyl, September sees the release of "What's Words Worth?" on lobster red vinyl. A live album, it was recorded on 18th February at a benefit organised by Wilko Johnson to raise money to .
  4. A welcome reissue of Lemmy and co’s barnstorming live album – now on lobster red vinyl with notes by Ted Carroll and photos on inner bag. Recorded at the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm, London on 18 February , “What’s Words Worth?” captures Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, “Fast” Eddie Clarke and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor as their career was beginning its giddying ascent. For.
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  6. Release Date/06/;Notes:Limited red lobster-colored vinyl LP pressing. Continuing the reissue program of Motorhead's Chiswick albums on vinyl, What's Words Worth? is a live album recorded on 18th February at a benefit organized by Wilko Johnson to raise money to preserve some William Wordsworth manuscripts.
  7. MOTORHEAD Whats Words Worth? ( UK limited edition 9-track LP pressed on gram RED vinyl issued for Record Store Day & capturing the legendary rockers live at The Roundhouse London on 18th February under the unlikely moniker of Iron Fist & The Hordes from Hell [no-one seems to remember why!!] - no overdubs just three hairy geezers tearing their way through a dynamite set /5(37).
  8. A live counterpart to the first Motorhead album on Chiswick – a set that's got the same weird blend of proto-punk and pub rock – all served up with a bit of a hint of the style to come! The guitars are even heavier than on the studio set – and the drums are too – and there's a nicely muddy quality to the mix that makes the whole thing sound sneeringly wonderful, and.

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