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8 thoughts on “ Devil I Know - Motörhead - Kiss Of Death (CD, Album)

  1. Nov 14,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Motörhead - Kiss Of Death at Discogs. Complete your Motörhead collection/5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Kiss Of Death on Discogs/5(6).
  3. Aug 29,  · Kiss of Death () by Motörhead. Labels: SPV GmbH. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: Sucker, One Night Stand, Devil I Know, Trigger, Under The Gun, God Was Never On Your Side.. Members: Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee.
  4. “Kiss Of Death” is full of good songs, but if you compare both albums as a whole “Inferno” always seems to be one step ahead, as the songs seem to be that little bit stronger, plus “Inferno” did not contain even one filler, while “Kiss Of Death” contains a few songs I usually skip, e.g.
  5. Kiss of Death Motörhead. Type: Full-length Release date: August 29th, Catalog ID: SPV CD Label: Steamhammer Format: CD Reviews: 4 reviews (avg. 83%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Sucker Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 2. One Night Stand Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 3. Devil I Know
  6. The discography of Motörhead, an English rock band, consists of twenty-two studio albums, thirteen live albums, thirteen compilation albums, five extended plays (EPs), twenty-nine singles, ten video albums and thirty-four music cimiterpoiflamliu.isskysedpiedweezithomtamamjewltranbe.coörhead were originally formed in in London by bassist and vocalist Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, after his departure from Hawkwind, who drafted in guitarist.
  7. Motörhead’s 18th studio album Kiss Of Death continued the heavy, blistering sound evident on its Cameron Webb produced predecessor, Inferno. Originally released on 29th August , it charted at number 4 in Germany, the bands highest position to date there. The album featured guests Mike Inez from Alice In Chains and cimiterpoiflamliu.isskysedpiedweezithomtamamjewltranbe.coe from Poison/5().
  8. We're talkin' 'bout AC/DC and Motörhead, of course. While the former band now takes several years between albums, the latter cranks them out on a much more frequent basis, as evidenced by the arrival of 's Kiss of Death (which arrived barely over two years since 's Inferno). The fact that the hard-living group is still at it is an 7/

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