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Inferno is the 17th album by Motörhead and was originally released on 22nd June 2004. The first of many of the band's albums to be produced by Cameron Webb, Inferno became Motörhead's heaviest album in years, although the final song on the album, 'Whorehouse Blues' was something of a departure with it's country blues style and Lemmy on harmonica. The album was heralded as their best in a decade.
Inferno is the 17th album by Motörhead and was originally released on 22nd June 2004. The first of many of the band's albums to be produced by Cameron Webb, Inferno became Motörhead's heaviest album in years, although the final song on the album, 'Whorehouse Blues' was something of a departure with it's country blues style and Lemmy on harmonica. The album was heralded as their best in a decade.
4050538826104

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Format: CD
Label: WEA Int'l
Rel. Date: 04/14/2023
UPC: 4050538826104

Inferno - Orange Colored Vinyl
Artist: Motorhead
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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DISC: 1

1. Terminal Show
2. Killers
3. In the Name of Tragedy
4. Suicide
5. Life's a Bitch
6. Down on Me
7. In the Black
8. Fight
9. In the Year of the Wolf
10. Keys to the Kingdom
11. Smiling Like a Killer
12. Whorehouse Blues

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Inferno is the 17th album by Motörhead and was originally released on 22nd June 2004. The first of many of the band's albums to be produced by Cameron Webb, Inferno became Motörhead's heaviest album in years, although the final song on the album, 'Whorehouse Blues' was something of a departure with it's country blues style and Lemmy on harmonica. The album was heralded as their best in a decade.
        
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