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Motörhead is a legendary classic metal band, fronted by singer/songwriter/bassist Lemmy Kilmister. Although they have been around since the mid-1970s, their popularity status was minimal until a boost in recognition in the early-1990s (thanks to the movie Airheads) and another boost in status in the early-2000s when the WWF started having them record entrance songs for Triple H ("The Game," "Line in the Sand" with Evolution, and "King of Kings"). Motorhead played HHH to the ring at WrestleMania X-Seven and again at WrestleMania 21.

Prior to their rise in popularity, they were legends within the music industry, and it had been said in some circles, "There are really only two bands: Motorhead and The Ramones." Lemmy often toured and/or recorded with Ozzy Osbourne, and they collaborated heavily on his 1991 album "No More Tears."


  • Motörhead (1977)
  • Overkill (1979)
  • Bomber (1979)
  • On Parole - delayed release (1979)
  • Ace of Spades (1980)
  • No Sleep 'til Hammersmith - Live (1981)
  • Iron Fist (1982)
  • Another Perfect Day (1983)
  • No Remorse - Best of (1984)
  • Orgasmatron (1986)
  • Rock 'n' Roll (1987)
  • Nö Sleep at All - Live (1988)
  • 1916 (1991)
  • March ör Die (1992)
  • Bastards (1993)
  • Sacrifice (1995)
  • Overnight Sensation (1996)
  • Snake Bite Love (1998)
  • Everything Louder than Everyone Else - Live (1999)
  • We Are Motörhead (2000)
  • The Best of Motörhead (2000)
  • Hammered (2002)
  • Tear Ya Down: The Rarities (2002)
  • The Very Best of Motörhead (2002)
  • Live at Brixton Academy Steamhammer - Live (2003)
  • Stone Deaf Forever! (2003)
  • Inferno (2004)
  • Kiss of Death (2006)
  • Better Motörhead than Dead: Live at Hammersmith (2007)
  • Motörizer (2008)

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