America - Motörhead - Another Perfect Day (CD, Album)

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Label: Sanctuary Records - 2748844,BMG - 2748842 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Expanded Edition • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
America - Motörhead - Another Perfect Day (CD, Album)

 · 'Another Perfect Day' originally released May , Bronze Records BRON Track originally a single b-side. Disc 2 recorded live at Manchester Apollo June 10th,

Track is a Single B-Side. All tracks published by Motor Music Ltd. except track published by Jewel Music Pub./Bug Music ltd. All tracks ℗ Original Another Perfect Day album released May , Bronze Records, DELUXE BRON Recorded /5(16).

Another Perfect Day is the sixth studio album by British rock band Motörhead. It was released on 4 June via Bronze Records, which would be the band's last full-length original album with the label. It is the band's only studio album to feature lead guitarist Brian "Robbo" Robertson, best .

out of 5 starsMotorhead - 'Another Perfect Day' (Sanctuary) Deluxe 2-CD. Reviewed in the United States on July 5, Verified Purchase. Originally released in , as this was Motorhead's first lp without guitarist Fast Eddie Clark. I know that I have a 3-star review of this CD /5().

To this day, Another Perfect Day remains one of the most unique (albeit misunderstood) albums in the entire Motörhead catalog. The band's first effort sans legendary axe-meister "Fast" Eddie Clarke (following six albums, of which at least three are still considered timeless classics), Another Perfect Day would be the band's only outing with onetime Thin Lizzy axeman Brian "Robbo" : $


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  1. Motörhead were a band that never changed their style, musically, in over 40 years; however, Another Perfect Day stands alone as the exception. With the addition of Thin Lizzy's Brian "Robbo" Robertson, who briefly replaced Fast Eddie Clarke on lead guitar at the time, Motörhead acquired a more 'radio-friendly' sound than on any album made before or after/5().

  2. To this day, Another Perfect Day remains one of the most unique (albeit misunderstood) albums in the entire Motörhead catalog. The band's first effort sans legendary axe-meister "Fast" Eddie Clarke (following six albums, of which at least three are still considered timeless classics), Another Perfect Day would be the band's only outing with onetime Thin Lizzy axeman Brian "Robbo" : Sanctuary Records.

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