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Stage Fright


 
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18.07.2005
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01 Dr. Rock
 
02 Stay Clean
 
03 Shoot You In The Back
 
04 Love Me Like A Reptile
 
05 Killers
 
06 Metropolis
 
07 Over The Top
 
08 No Class
 
09 I Got Mine
 
10 In The Name Of The Tragedy
 
11 Dancing On Your Grave
 
12 R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
 
13 Sacrifice
 
14 Just 'Cos You Got The Power
 
15 Going To Brazil
 
16 Killed By Death
 
17 Iron Fist
 
18 Whorehouse Blues
 
19 Ace Of Spades
 
20 Overkill
 
01 L.A. Special
 
02 Fans
 
03 Making Of "Live Show"
 
04 Testimonials
 
05 We Are The Road Crew
 
 
Lemmy Kilmister explains his unabatedly passionate relationship with his own band and its varied history as follows: “Motörhead is not only my job, it’s my whole life.”
The legendary group is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, looking back on a unique career. Motörhead have sparkled on the world’s most prestigious stages, graced countless important music magazine covers and released numerous rock classics. The fact that this band counts among the most authentic and charismatic rock acts world-wide is without a doubt due to the never-tiring enthusiasm of Lemmy, who continues to live his own visions of musical earthiness irrespective of trends and fashions. His latest release, entitled Stage Fright, is a double DVD and not merely a rock’n’roll statement chiselled into stone, but also an extraordinary look at the band’s life.

Stage Fright was recorded during a show at the Phillipshalle in Düsseldorf on December 7, 2004. The set features 20 songs from the entire Motörhead history, including ‘Overkill’, ‘Ace Of Spades’ and ‘Iron Fist’. Directly after the show, Motörhead embarked on a three-months US tour, culminating in a performance at the WrestleMania in Los Angeles in front of 20,000 wrestling fans. This memorable occasion was broadcast in 50 countries and witnessed by over 50 million viewers. Stage Fright consists of two DVDs, DVD 1 featuring the Düsseldorf show, shot with 23 high definition cameras under the direction of Sven Offen (Papa Roach, Heather Nova, Grönemeyer, Toten Hosen, among others). Gert Hof, famous not only for his work with Rammstein, was enlisted to take care of the show’s light design. As a special bonus, there is an interactive DVD check with Motörhead, with the three musicians contributing lots of interesting comments about the DVD.

DVD 2 reveals previously unreleased insights, not only into the inner life of the band, but also into the rock’n’roll circus in general. There are interviews with band mastermind Lemmy, guitarist Phil Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee, as well as the road crew who talk about life on tour. Viewers get a rare chance to watch the roadies doing their work, listen in to the sound check, meet the band’s cook and accompany their entourage on the road. There is also an L.A. special, fans’ comments and other special features. The icing on the cake is the DVD Rom part with the ‘Life´s A Bitch’ realtone for your mobile, Motörhead wallpaper for your PC and mobile, photos from the WrestleMania show in Los Angeles, and an extensive discography. All in all, Stage Fright offers over four hours of playing time (!!!) and comes in Dolby digital 5.1 and AC3 stereo sound.

 
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