What's Words Worth?

LP12 Picture Disc

Available from 22/04/2017

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"What's Words Worth?" is the third live album by the band Motörhead, recorded on the 18 February 1978, but not released until 5 March 1983, some five years later. It is a collection of songs they played in the mid-late 70s; pretty much none of this material has been part of their live set since the early-mid 80s. Wilko Johnson organised the show as a charity event at The Roundhouse in London, to raise money for the preservation of William Wordsworth manuscripts. Motörhead & Chiswick Records labelmates The Count Bishops, plus Wilko Johnson, were on the bill, but for contractual reasons Motörhead needed to perform under the name Iron Fist and the Hordes from Hell, part of which would later be used for the name of studio album, Iron Fist. 
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"What's Words Worth?" is the third live album by the band Motörhead, recorded on the 18 February 1978, but not released until 5 March 1983, some five years later.
It is a collection of songs they played in the mid-late 70s; pretty much none of this material has been part of their live set since the early-mid 80s.
Wilko Johnson organised the show as a charity event at The Roundhouse in London, to raise money for the preservation of William Wordsworth manuscripts. 
FANTASTIC 140 GRAM PICTURE DISC VINYL 
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TRACKLIST
SIDE A
1.The Watcher 
2.Iron Horse/Born To Lose
3.On Parole
4.White Line Fever
SIDE B
5.Keep Us On The Road
6.Leaving Here
7.I’m Your Witch Doctor
8.Train Kept A-Rollin’
9.City Kids
 

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