Iron Fist is the fifth studio album by the band Motörhead, and was released 17 April 1982, on Bronze Records. It would be the last of the 'classic' line up of Kilmister, Clarke and Taylor. Iron Fist peaked at No. 6 on the UK album charts. It was preceded by the release of the title track "Iron Fist" as a single on 3 April, which peaked in the UK singles chart at #29.
Complete sua coleção de Motörhead. Originally released on April 17, 1982, this grouping assembles all variations of the "Iron Fist" album as well as its re-releases and subsequent remastered versions (some also contain bonus tracks).
Iron Fist (CD, Album, Ltd, RE). Sanctuary Records, Bronze. Iron Fist (3xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red). Iron Fist (2xCD, Album, RE, RM).
Produced by Eddie Clarke. Dark night nothing to see Invisible hand in front of me Scared to death there's someone near Scared to move but you can't stay here. You know me, evil eye You know me, prepare to die You know me, the snakebite kiss Devil's grip, the Iron Fist. Flying horse don't make a sound Flying hooves don't touch the ground Walk in circle lose you track Can't go on but you can't go back
Iron Fist" was my first album of the band and the second metal album I ever bought. The first was "Let there be Rock" and I still think that AC/DC deserve a place on this site. However, here is not the place to discuss this. To be honest, "Iron Fist", the song as well as the entire album, is nothing else but the afterburner of "Ace of Spades", but come on, who gives a f k about that? Even more than 34 years after its publication, the full-length has its charm, both the music and the lyrics ("You feel much better when you take these little pills. What I like the most about Motörhead is the way how they established two things in heavy metal: the dark, sometimes cynical humour and the dirty, coarse element that formed the basis for their compositions. Of course, their sixth album presents these features. There are some things that all tracks of "Iron Fist" have in common.
Disc One features the Iron Fist album, which contains a barrage of Motorclassics with production overseen by guitarist 'Fast' Eddie Clarke and Will Reid Dick. Unfortunately the album also saw the classic Motorhead line-up of 'Fast' Eddie (guitars), Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister (bass/vocals) and Phil (Philthy Animal) Taylor (drums) splintering soon after.
|A2||Heart Of Stone||3:02|
|A3||I'm The Doctor||2:43|
|A4||Go To Hell||3:06|
|A6||Sex & Outrage||2:08|
|B2||Shut It Down||2:39|
|B4||(Don't Let 'Em) Grind Ya Down||3:05|
|B5||(Don't Need) Religion||2:41|
|B6||Bang To Rights||2:42|
|BRNA 539||Motörhead||Iron Fist (LP, Album)||Bronze||BRNA 539||UK||1982|
|4920422||Motörhead||Iron Fist (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Sanctuary Records, Bronze||4920422||Malaysia||2004|
|BOBV110LP||Motörhead||Iron Fist (3xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red)||Back On Black||BOBV110LP||UK||2008|
|06076-86409-2||Motörhead||Iron Fist (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||Sanctuary Records||06076-86409-2||US||2005|
|5000 539||Motörhead||Iron Fist (LP, Album)||Bronze||5000 539||Portugal||1982|