Hammered (Motörhead album)

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Studio album by Motörhead
Released 9 April 2002
Recorded 2001 at Henson Studios and Chuck Reed's House
Genre Heavy Metal,[1] Hard rock
Length 45:46 w/o bonus tracks
53:33 w/ bonus tracks
Label Metal-Is, Sanctuary
Producer Thom Panunzio
Chuck Reed
Motörhead chronology
Deaf Forever: The Best of Motörhead
Stone Deaf Forever!
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [2]

Hammered is the sixteenth album by the British band Motörhead. Released in 2002, the limited edition of this release included a bonus CD, featuring three tracks and a preview of the Motörhead DVD 25 & Alive Boneshaker.


"The Game" was written by WWE music composer Jim Johnston as the entrance theme for wrestler Triple H. At two WrestleMania events, WrestleMania X-Seven and WrestleMania 21, Motörhead would perform this song live as Triple H made his entrance to the ring.

Sleeve artwork[edit]

Joe Petagno, long time sleeve artist, had this insight into the concept of the album artwork:

It was originally going to be used for the 27-year-old anniversary design, we took the 27 out and experimented. The first idea Lemmy had was to put two crossed hammers in at the bottom, but it looked too Russian. Then we opted for an ace in the end. It was supposed to be the gold braid you'd have on your military cap or shoulder. It's very pretty. The most difficult part was the lettering. The highlights and shadowing.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Lemmy, Phil Campbell, and Mikkey Dee, unless otherwise stated

No. Title Length
1. "Walk a Crooked Mile"   5:53
2. "Down the Line"   4:23
3. "Brave New World"   4:03
4. "Voices from the War"   4:28
5. "Mine All Mine" (featuring Dizzy Reed) 4:12
6. "Shut Your Mouth"   4:08
7. "Kill the World"   3:39
8. "Dr. Love"   3:49
9. "No Remorse"   5:18
10. "Red Raw"   4:04
11. "Serial Killer" (Lemmy) 1:45
Total length:


  • Triple H - Co-Vocals on "Serial Killer"
  • Dizzy Reed - Piano on "Mine all Mine"
  • Joe Petagno – sleeve artwork
  • Recorded at Henson Studios and Chuck's House
  • Produced by Thom Panunzio and Motörhead, tracks 1 – 10
  • Produced by Thom Panunzio, Chuck Reed and Lemmy; track 11
  • Mixed by Thom Panunzio, tracks 1 – 10
  • Mixed by Chuck Reed, track 11
  • Engineered by Thom Panunzio, Chuck Reed and Bob Koszela
  • Assistant engineered by Jim Danis and Jeff Rothschild
  • Mixed at Interscope Studios and Chuck Reed's House
  • Mastered at Capitol Mastering by Bob Vosgien


  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/hammered-mw0000658840
  2. ^ Allmusic Review
  3. ^ About Joe Petagno - interview section with Joe Petagno, bonus DVD with Inferno 30th Anniversary edition SPV69748.

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