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The World Is Ours - Vol.1 (DVD/CD)
Released: 2012, Motorhead Music / EMI
Reviewer: Celtic Bob
Last year Lemmy and Motörhead released THE WORLD IS YOURS and embarked on another World Tour. Now for those who were fortunate enough to see the tour get to re-live it while the rest of us get a glimpse of what we missed. Motörhead is a band that never seems to disappoint live. This new DVD/CD package (also available on Blu-Ray) is subtitled ‘Everywhere Further Than Everyplace Else’ which is a take on their infamous motto ‘Everything Louder Than Everything Else’. Fitting for a live release, don’t you think?
The main portion of the DVD was filmed last April in Chile. The video captures the band where many will agree they are at their best, on stage. Some of you may complain that the main concert footage is Black & White but it does not deter from the experience in the least. They tear through all their ‘Hits’ and add in some new music as well. Not only songs from the latest offering but from MOTORIZER as well. This is a well filmed show and the picture is fairly clear. It could have been a bit crisper but the detail on the Blu-Ray is most likely much better.
The ‘Bonus’ live features and interviews are shown in color so you get the best of both worlds although the color concerts are incomplete. The interviews are your typical interviews that do not offer much new information for the longtime fan but it is always interesting to watch.
With any live Motorhead offering you know what you are getting before you purchase it and that is some solid, straight ahead Rock and Roll. As I mentioned earlier, Motorhead is a band that never disappoints live. They are always on top of the game and a couple notches louder than everyone else. I fully recommend this set to everyone.
1. Iron Fist
2. Stay Clean
3. Get Back In Line
5. Over the Top
6. One Night Stand
7. Rock Out
8. The Thousand Names of God
9. I Got Mine
10. I Know How to Die
11. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch
12. In the Name of Tragedy
13. Just 'Cos You Got the Power
14. Going to Brazil
15. Killed by Death
16. Ace of Spades
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