March Ör Die (Cass, Album, Unofficial). 471723-4, 471723 4. Motörhead. March Ör Die (Cass, Album). Spain.
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.
Tears album Bastards, Sacrifice and Overnight Sensation, 1993–1997. Lemmy had known Mikkey Dee from the time when King Diamond had toured with Motörhead. Motörhead played two dates at the Arena Obras Sanitarias in Buenos Aires in April 1993 and toured Europe from early June until early July, returning to the United States to play one show at the New York Ritz on 14 August. A new producer was sought for the band's next album and eventually Howard Benson, who was to produce the.
Album Name March ör Die. Type Album. Data de lançamento 14 Agosto 1992. Labels Epic Records Sony Music WTG Records. Estilo de MúsicaHard Rock. Membros têm este álbum527. 2. Cat Scratch Fever (Ted Nugent Cover).
March ör Die (1992) by Motörhead. Labels: Epic Records. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, Wurzel, Mikkey De.
11. March ör Die. 05:42.
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|2||Cat Scratch Fever
Written-By – T. Nugent*
|4||Jack The Ripper|
|5||I Ain't No Nice Guy
Drums [Uncredited] – Phil TaylorGuitar [Solo] – Slash Vocals – Ozzy Osbourne
Drums [Uncredited] – Mikkey DeeEngineer – Tom FletcherProducer – Billy SherwoodWritten-By – Osbourne*, Wylde*
|8||Too Good To Be True|
|9||You Better Run
Guitar [Additional] – Slash
|10||Name In Vain|
|11||March Ör Die|
- Pressed By – Sony Music Entertainment (Brasil) Ind. E Com. Ltda.
- Arranged By [Cello] – Lemmy Kilmister*, Peter Solley
- Art Direction – Dawn Patrol
- Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals [Howling] – Lemmy
- Drums [Uncredited] – Tommy Aldridge (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 11)
- Engineer – Casey McMackin (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Lawrence Ethan, Tim Nitz
- Guitar [Lead] – Würzel
- Guitar [Lead], Acoustic Guitar – Zööm
- Keyboards – Peter Solley
- Lyrics By – Lemmy Kilmister* (tracks: 1, 3 to 11)
- Mastered By – Steve Hall
- Music By – Lemmy Kilmister* (tracks: 2, 5, 9, 11), Motörhead (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 8, 10)
- Photography – Merlyn Rosenberg
- Producer – Peter Solley (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
NotesRecorded at Music Grinder Studios.
Mixed at Sound Castle Studios.
Mastered at Future Disc Systems.
According to Lemmy's autobiography, "White Line Fever", there were 3 drummers on this record. Phil Taylor was fired after recording "I Ain't No Nice Guy" for not learning the band's new material and Tommy Aldridge was brought in to finish the session. Mikkey Dee recorded the drums for "Hellraiser".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7891073102011
- Matrix / Runout: 01-471723-10 33 DADC AUSTRIA
|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|