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May 2002
Released: 2002, Sanctuary Records
Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewer: Pete


Man, it's hard to believe Motorhead have been around for 27 years, simply amazing....and if that's not a feat in itself, to be together that long and still spin out good material is icing on the cake. HAMMERED is solid Motorhead from start to finish, no suprises here, and that's just the way we like it!!' "Mine All Mine" has that rock and roll swagger that the band is known for. "Red Raw" features an all out double kick assault from Mickey Dee, definitely the fastest of these 13 tracks. "Brave New World" features some of Lemmy's scathing views on society, while "Voices From The War" questions the validity of war. "Serial Killer" (featuring WWF wresler and longtime Motorhead fan Triple H) is Lemmy reciting what could be a last letter from a killer to his victim. Powerful, yet disturbing!! Also included are 2 bonus tracks, "The Game" (which is the the theme song for WWF wrestler Triple H), and a live version of "Overnight Sensation." Yet another epic to add to the extensive Motorhead catalogue.

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