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March Ör Die
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Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
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1244 mb
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March ör Die is the 10th studio album by the band Motörhead, released 14 August 1992, on the WTG/Epic label, their second and last with them. After years of lackluster sales and feuds with record labels in the late 1980s, Motörhead had enjoyed an incredible turnaround by 1992. After the critical success of 1916, which was nominated for a Grammy, Motörhead secured a second album deal with Sony.

March Ör Die. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Music Grinder Studios. Mixed At – Soundcastle. Pressed By – DADC Austria. Mastered At – Future Disc. March Ör Die ‎(CD, Album). WTG Records, Epic, WTG Records, Epic. WTG 471723 4. Motörhead.

March ör Die is the tenth album by the British band Motörhead. It was recorded and released in 1992. Recorded at Music Grinder Studios, Los Angeles, three drummers participated in the making of this album: Phil Taylor, who was fired after "I Ain't No Nice Guy" was recorded (because he did not learn his drum tracks), Tommy Aldridge who recorded most of the material on this album on a sessional basis only, and Mikkey Dee, who recorded the "Hellraiser" single (the song was originally co-written by Lemmy for Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears album. March ör Die is the tenth album by the British band Motörhead. It was recorded and released in 1992

March Ör Die" is one of the releases that usually doesn't get much mention when talking about Motörhead, and indeed, it's quite far from the neck-ripping and rib-crushing classics like "Overkill", "Bomber" and "Ace of Spades", but it's definitely not a downer of an album. The album is somewhat slower than you'd usually expect from the band, more ear-friendly and melody-centered, even on faster songs like "Name In Vain" and "Asylum Choir". Motörhead was, not too uncommonly, going through some instabilities in the lineup at this time. But for this album, they did find the drummer they've played the longest with - Greek/Swede Mikkey Dee, who seems to be intending to stay in the band for the remaindeer of it's career. Though he only played on one song on this album, namely "Hellraiser", but he proved himself there to be clearly Motörhead-worthy by giving the strongest drumtrack on the album right there.

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A1 Stand
A2 Cat Scratch Fever
Written-By – T. Nugent*
A3 Bad Religion
A4 Jack The Ripper
A5 I Ain't No Nice Guy
B1 Hellraiser
Engineer – Tom FletcherProducer – Billy SherwoodWritten-By – Osbourne*, Wylde*
B2 Asylum Choir
B3 Too Good To Be True
B4 You Better Run
B5 Name In Vain
B6 March Or Die

Credits

  • Arranged By [Cello] – Lemmy Kilmister*, Peter Solley
  • Artwork By [Art Direction] – Dawn Patrol
  • Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals [Howling] – Lemmy
  • Engineer – Casey McMackin
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Lawrence Ethan, Tim Nitz
  • Guitar [Additional] – Slash
  • Guitar [Solo] – Slash , Würzel, Zööm
  • Keyboards – Peter Solley
  • Lead Guitar – Würzel
  • Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Zööm
  • Lyrics By – Lemmy Kilmister*
  • Management – Todd J. Singerman*
  • Mastered By – Steve Hall
  • Music By – Lemmy Kilmister*, Motörhead
  • Photography By – Merlyn Rosenberg
  • Producer – Peter Solley

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 9 399747 172349
  • Barcode (String): 9399747172349

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NK 48997, 48997 Motörhead March Ör Die ‎(CD, Album) WTG Records, Epic, WTG Records, Epic NK 48997, 48997 US 1992
WTG 471723 4 Motörhead March Ör Die ‎(Cass, Album) Epic, WTG Records WTG 471723 4 Netherlands 1992
WTG 471723 2, 471723 2 Motörhead March Ör Die ‎(CD, Album) WTG Records, Epic WTG 471723 2, 471723 2 Europe Unknown
S9850 Motörhead March Ör Die ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Starling S9850 Poland Unknown
471723-4, 471723 4 Motörhead March Ör Die ‎(Cass, Album) Epic, WTG Records 471723-4, 471723 4 Spain 1992