Published Mar 31, 2016Despite the late December passing of the great Lemmy Kilmister, Motörhead's legacy will live on forever. Adding to the already massive cannon, the final professionally recorded performances from the long-running combo are being preserved for an upcoming release called Clean Your Clock.
European imprint UDR has announced that it will deliver the collection on May 27. The live release features recordings from the band's November 20 and 21 concerts at Munich, Germany's Zenith venue. Though the band would play their final show the next month in Berlin, UDR says these are the final professionally recorded performances from Motörhead.
It's noted that while these performances weren't as "breakneck" as in years past, the comparatively "measured" concert from the trio of Kilmister, guitarist Phil Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee still put on display their "indomitable cocktail of power, purpose and head-crunching volume. "
Twenty songs were culled from the two club shows, with vintage tracks like "Orgasmatron," "Bomber" and ubiquitous band anthem "Ace of Spades" making their way onto the release.
Clean Your Clock is being offered up in multiple formats, including double LP, CD, digitally, DVD with an audio CD, and Blu-ray with an audio CD. The album is also being offered up in a limited-edition box set, which includes the vinyl, CD and DVD, as well as a Motörhead medal in silver or gold. You can find out more about the options over here.
As previously reported, Kilmister had passed away last December, shortly after learning he had a terminal form of prostate cancer.
Clean Your Clock:
2. Live Intro
4. Stay Clean
6. When The Sky Comes Looking For You
7. Over The Top
8. Guitar Solo
9. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
10. Lost Woman Blues
11. Rock It
13. Doctor Rock Pt 1
14. Drum Solo
15. Doctor Rock Pt 2
16. Just 'Cos You Got The Power
17. No Class
18. Ace Of Spades
19. Whorehouse Blues