Classic Albums: Motörhead - Ace Of Spades (2004) DVD5, NTSC | VIDEO_TS folder | DD 2.0 Stereo (192 kbps) | ~ 107 min | 4,29 GB
or DVDRip: AVI, XviD 720x416, Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo (192 kbps) | 1,39 GB
Documentary / The definitive authorised story of the album
In 1980, Motörhead released their fourth studio album Ace Of Spades.
Loud, Fast and overwhelmingly heavy, Ace Of Spades would propel
Motorhead into the ranks of Heavy Metal's elite and 27 years later is
still considered a benchmark album in it's genre. As part of the Classic
Albums series, this documentary features song and video clips from Ace
Of Spades, accompanied by insightful interviews with band members,
managers, producers, and fellow musicians, including Metallica's Lars
Ulrich and Guns N' Roses' Slash, among others.
Motörhead is a truly original and influential band, and this fact is slowly but surely
sinking in deeper within the music world. This British group, led by the
legendary, incomparable vocalist/bassist Lemmy, invented speed metal
and predated punk by nearly two years. Over its 30-year history, with
Lemmy's feral growl front and center, no other band has been as widely
respected by both metalheads and punks as Motörhead. In 2004, Eagle
Vision's Classic Albums documentary series honored Motörhead's 1980
landmark Ace of Spades. This album featured the classic lineup of Lemmy,
guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke, and drummer Phil "Philthy Animal"
Taylor. All three provide recollections in new, often hilarious
interviews. To be accurate, the Ace of Spades DVD expands into more of a
general documentary about Motörhead and its early days than just
strictly the making of the album. Although the process of recording Ace
of Spades with producer Vic Maile is discussed, Motörhead's raw,
immediate style doesn't lend itself to detailed in-the-studio dissection
as much as, say, Classic Albums' look at Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of
the Moon. The interviews address a variety of subjects, including
touring (and the subsequent fighting and miscellaneous debauchery),
Lemmy's stint as a member of the space rock band Hawkwind, and Motörhead
testimonials from Metallica's Lars Ulrich and Guns N' Roses and Velvet
Revolver's Slash. Most people would probably judge a book by its cover
and assume Lemmy is not as smart and witty as he really is. His funny
give-and-take with Taylor during their joint interview is one of the
highlights. A generous supply of DVD bonuses includes new performances
of "(We Are) The Road Crew" and "The Chase Is Better Than the Catch"
(with Lemmy and Taylor in one studio and Clarke visually "beamed in"
from another). ~ Bret Adams, AMG
Content: Featuring cuts from:
- Ace Of Spades
- Love Me Like A Reptile
- Shoot You In The Back
- Live To Win
- Fast And Loose
- Fire, Fire
- Bite The Bullet
- The Hammer Plus:
(We Are) The Road Crew – performed exclusively for the Classic Album
series. Instrumental. Features Lemmy (bass), "Fast" Eddie Clarke
(guitar) and Philip "Philthy Animal" Taylor (drums).
The Chase Is better Than The Catch - performed exclusively for the
Classic Album series. Instrumental. Features Lemmy (bass), "Fast" Eddie
Clarke (guitar) and Philip "Philthy Animal" Taylor (drums).
Lemmy – the likes of Slash (Guns 'n' Roses/Velvet Revolver), Lars Ulrich
(Metallica), Dave Brock (Hawkwind), members of Girlschool and many more
spill the beans on the man known as Lemmy.
The band along with others discuss the relationship between Motorhead and Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll.
Song Writing – the likes of Slash (Guns 'n' Roses/Velvet Revolver), Lars
Ulrich (Metallica), Dave Brock (Hawkwind) discuss Motörhead and Lemmy's
song writer prowess.
Lemmy Leaves Hawkwind: Lemmy and Dave Brock discuss the reasoning why Lemmy was releaved from his position in Hawkwind.
A Piece Of Lemmy’s Mind At The Rainbow: Lemmy at the legendary Rainbow.
Phil plays drums (Ace Of Spades/Jailbreak)
Eddie plays guitar (Ace Of Spades/Jailbreak/The Hammer) all screenshots taken from DVD-Rip
Original format: DVD5
DVD Release Date: March 22, 2005
Studio: Eagle Vision USA Disponible sólo a los usuarios