25 & Alive Boneshaker

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25 & Alive Boneshaker
Boneshaker.jpg
Video by Motörhead
Released 13 November 2001
Genre Heavy metal
Length 158 min
Label Steamhammer/SPV
Producer Motörhead
Motörhead chronology
1916 Live...Everything Louder than Everything Else
(1991)1916 Live...Everything Louder than Everything Else1991
25 & Alive Boneshaker
(2001)
Stage Fright
(2005)Stage Fright2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

25 & Alive Boneshaker is a live DVD featuring Motörhead's 25th anniversary concert at Brixton Academy, on 22 October 2000. The concert has also been released as a CD entitled Live At Brixton Academy.

The DVD also includes an acoustic session recorded at IHT Studios, Clapham, some Motörhead archive film, interviews with the band and their guests, and songs filmed at the Wacken Open Air on 4 August 2001.

Gold Disc[edit]

In June 2008, Motörhead received Gold Disc presentations for sales in Germany exceeding 25,000 copies of the 25 & Alive Boneshaker DVD.

Cover artwork[edit]

Joe Petagno, long time sleeve artist for the band, commented on the concept behind the cover for the DVD:

The idea was to create the feeling of tour posters being torn off the wall, one layer at a time, from 1975 to the present day... That was the basic idea: to create this montage of Motörhead through the years.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "We Are Motörhead"
  2. "No Class"
  3. "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)"
  4. "Over Your Shoulder"
  5. "Civil War"
  6. "Metropolis"
  7. "Overnight Sensation"
  8. "God Save The Queen"
  9. "Born to Raise Hell"
  10. "The Chase Is Better than the Catch"
  11. "Stay Out of Jail"
  12. "Dead Men Tell No Tales"
  13. "You Better Run"
  14. "Sacrifice"
  15. "Orgasmatron"
  16. "Going to Brazil"
  17. "Broken"
  18. "Damage Case"
  19. "Iron Fist"
  20. "Killed by Death"

Encores:

21 "Bomber"
22 "Ace of Spades"
23 "Overkill"

Special guests[edit]

DVD Special Features[edit]

  • Brixton concert specially mixed in Dolby 5.1
  • Backstage interviews
  • Six songs from the Wacken Festival 2001 in Germany
  • Gallery of Motörhead members, past and present
  • Lemmy and Phil playing "Ain't No Nice Guy" acoustic
  • Obscure Releases gallery
  • Multi Angle Footage during "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)"
  • Moving Menus and Translations
  • HTML pages of articles about the band

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ About Joe Petagno - interview section with Joe Petagno, bonus DVD with Inferno 30th Anniversary edition SPV69748.

External links[edit]