On Parole (Remastered) - Motörhead

On Parole (Remastered)

Motörhead

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1997-02-03
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1997 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Motorhead (Remastered) Motörhead 2:49 USD 0.99
2
On Parole (Remastered) Motörhead 5:37 USD 0.99
3
Vibrator (Remastered) Motörhead 2:52 USD 0.99
4
Iron Horse / Born To Lose (Rem Motörhead 5:14 USD 0.99
5
City Kids (Remastered) Motörhead 3:43 USD 0.99
6
The Watcher (Remastered) Motörhead 4:46 USD 0.99
7
Leaving Here (Remastered) Motörhead 2:53 USD 0.99
8
Lost Johnny (Remastered) Motörhead 3:30 USD 0.99
9
Fools (Remastered) Motörhead 5:35 USD 0.99
10
On Parole (Alternate Take) [Re Motörhead 6:57 USD 0.99
11
City Kids (Alternate Take) [Re Motörhead 3:47 USD 0.99
12
Motorhead (Alternate Take) [Re Motörhead 2:48 USD 0.99
13
Leaving Here (Alternate Take) Motörhead 3:01 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Why?

    1
    By peanutbuttereateat
    Where is inferno? Where is we are Motörhead? Where is snake bite love? We are missing albums.
  • A good but atypical start.

    4
    By Reckia6
    I have always considered this as the Motörhead album for people who don't like Motörhead. Not at all typical of many of the albums to come afterwards and released by United Artists only after Motörhead became big. Beats me what they didn't like about it the first time. The songs here are catchy, heavy and very rock'n'roll. A much cleaner sound than on most Motörhead albums. Lemmy hadn't quite mastered his sand paper on gravel vocal style yet, though he was getting there. My three favorite songs are On Parole, City Kids and The Watcher. I don't care for the version of Lost Johnny here...I thought the original Hawkwind version was much better and more spooky and sinister. Good album.