Motörhead: In The Studio by Jake BrownMotörhead: In The Studio by Jake Brown

Motörhead: In The Studio

byJake Brown, Lemmy Kilmister

Paperback | July 29, 2010

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Founder, sole constant member, vocalist, bassist, songwriter, and living legend Lemmy Kilmister has given author Jake Brown unprecedented behind-the-scenes access into the writing and recording of the band's 26 albums
Motörhead has always been a band whose reputation for the rock 'n' roll lifestyle precedes them, but along the way they have also accumulated an impressive, Grammy-winning catalog of classic songs—and for the first time their creation is explored via exclusive interviews in this authorized account of the band in the studio. From unpromising beginnings, voted one of the worst bands in the world and close to giving up, Motörhead proved themselves to be endlessly creative and have gone to enjoy phenomenal success. Well into their fourth decade, they showing no sign of slowing down, and they have inspired generations of multiplatinum metal offspring with a sound as instantly recognizable as it is uncompromising. Fans of Motörhead can even live out their own hard-rocking fantasies by playing as Lemmy in Guitar Hero. Together with insight from fellow band members, crew, and producers, here are all the stories behind such classic albums as Ace of Spades, Bomber, and Overkill.
Jake Brown is the author of many books, including authorized In the Studio titles such as Heart: In the Studio, Kanye West: In the Studio, and Rick Rubin: In the Studio. He is also the owner of hard rock label Versailles Records, distributed in the U.S. by Big Daddy Music/MVD Distribution. He lives in Nashville. Lemmy Kilmister is a si...
Title:Motörhead: In The StudioFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.8 inPublished:July 29, 2010Publisher:John BlakeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:184454978X

ISBN - 13:9781844549788

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"For true Motorhead fans, this book is indispensible and I’d recommend it to most Hard Rock and Metal fans as well."  —