Live at Brixton Academy (Motörhead album)

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Live at Brixton Academy
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Live album & DVD by Motörhead
Released9 December 2003
Recorded22 October 2000
VenueBrixton Academy, London[1]
GenreHeavy metal
LabelSPV GmbH
Motörhead chronology
Stone Deaf Forever!
Live at Brixton Academy
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic [1]4/5 stars

25 & Alive: Live at Brixton Academy is the seventh live album by the band Motörhead, recorded at their 25th anniversary concert on 22 October 2000, at the Brixton Academy in London, but released on CD in 2003 on Steamhammer, their second live album and seventh album released with the label.[2] It was the first live album under distribution with Sanctuary Records and their subsidiary Metal-Is for North America and certain territories.

The concert was filmed and has an accompanying live DVD called 25 & Alive Boneshaker, both of which are exactly the same recordings, but it was not released until 2005 due to mastering problems.[3]

Various guests made appearances on the night; "Fast" Eddie Clarke (ex-Motörhead), Queen's Brian May, Todd Campbell (Phil's son), Paul Inder (Lemmy's son), Whitfield Crane (ex-Ugly Kid Joe), Doro Pesch (ex-Warlock) and Ace (Skunk Anansie).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Kilmister, Clarke, Taylor except where noted..

Disc 1
No.TitleWriter(s)Original ReleaseLength
1."We Are Motörhead"Kilmister, Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee2000 ~ We Are Motörhead2:54
2."No Class" 1979 ~ Overkill2:49
3."I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)"Kilmister, Campbell, Michael Burston, Taylor1991 ~ 19163:36
4."Over Your Shoulder"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Dee1995 ~ Sacrifice3:37
5."Civil War"Campbell, Dee, Max Ax1996 ~ Overnight Sensation3:20
6."Metropolis" 1979 ~ Overkill3:44
7."Overnight Sensation"Kilmister, Campbell, Dee1996 ~ Overnight Sensation4:50
8."God Save the Queen"John Lydon, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook2000 ~ We Are Motörhead3:32
9."Born to Raise Hell" (Feat. Doro Pesch & Whitfield Crane)Kilmister1993 ~ Bastards6:31
10."The Chase Is Better Than the Catch" (Feat. "Fast" Eddie Clarke) 1980 ~ Ace of Spades5:42
11."Stay Out of Jail"Kilmister, Campbell, Dee2000 ~ We Are Motörhead3:33
12."Dead Men Tell No Tales" 1979 ~ Bomber2:45
Disc 2
No.TitleWriter(s)Original ReleaseLength
1."You Better Run"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston,1992 ~ March ör Die6:48
2."Sacrifice"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Dee1995 ~ Sacrifice5:49
3."Orgasmatron"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Pete Gill1986 ~ Orgasmatron6:50
4."Going to Brazil"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Taylor1991 ~ 19162:36
5."Broken"Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Taylor1996 ~ Overnight Sensation4:59
6."Damage Case"Kilmister, Clarke, Taylor, Mick Farren1979 ~ Overkill3:52
7."Iron Fist" 1982 ~ Iron Fist3:16
8."Killed by Death" (Feat. Paul Inder [Lemmy's Son] & Todd Campbell [Phil's Son])Kilmister, Campbell, Burston, Gill1984 ~ No Remorse7:26
9."Bomber" 1979 ~ Bomber4:16
10."Ace of Spades" 1980 ~ Ace of Spades4:23
11."Overkill" (Feat. "Fast" Eddie Clarke, Brian May & Martin "Ace" Kent) 1979 ~ Overkill7:48


Adapted from the Live at Brixton Academy liner notes.[1]

Guests musicians[edit]

  • Whitfield Crane on "Born To Raise Hell"
  • Doro Pesch on "Born To Raise Hell"
  • "Fast" Eddie on "The Chase Is Better Than The Catch" and "Overkill"
  • Todd Campbell (Psycho Squad) on "Killed By Death"
  • Paul Inder on "Killed By Death"
  • Brian May on "Overkill"
  • Ace on "Overkill"


  • Ian Kilmister – producer
  • Phil Campbell – producer
  • Mikkey Dee with SPV GmbH/Steamhammer – producer
  • Dave "Hobbs" Hilsden – tour manager, engineer
  • Tony Beeton – lighting director
  • Tim Butcher – bass tech
  • Roger De Souza – guitar tech
  • Alex Parmee – drum tech
  • Freddie Lind – production coordination


  1. ^ a b c 25 & Alive: Live at Brixton Academy, Motörhead, PSV GmbH/Steamhammer, SPV 089-72622 DCD, 2003 Liner Notes, page 6, 7 & rear
  2. ^ "Motörhead – Live at Brixton Academy – Review". Retrieved 2016-05-03.
  3. ^ "25 & Alive: Boneshaker – Live at the Brixton Academy". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-05-03.