|A1||Back At The Funny Farm||4:12|
|A3||Dancing On Your Grave||4:27|
|A5||One Track Mind||5:35|
|B1||Another Perfect Day||5:54|
|B2||Marching Off To War||4:11|
|B3||I Got Mine||5:35|
|B4||Tales Of Glory||2:54|
|B5||Die You Bastard||4:22|
|CLAMC 225||Motörhead||Another Perfect Day (Cass, Album, RE)||Castle Communications||CLAMC 225||UK||1991|
|894 053||Motörhead||Another Perfect Day (Cass, Album)||Bronze||894 053||France||1983|
|I-205487||Motörhead||Another Perfect Day (LP, Album)||Bronze||I-205487||Spain||1983|
|813 085-12||Motörhead||Another Perfect Day (LP, Album)||Bronze||813 085-12||Brazil||1983|
|06076-86417-2||Motörhead||Another Perfect Day (2xCD, Album, RE)||Sanctuary Records||06076-86417-2||US||2006|
Motorhead - Another Perfect Day (1983).
Another Perfect Day (Live at Manchester Apollo 10th June 1983). 8. Hoochie Coochie Man (Live at Manchester Apollo 10th June 1983). 9. (Don't Need) Religion (Live at Manchester Apollo 10th June 1983). The Best of Motörhead.
Band name appears as 'Motorhead' on the center labels and is placed above the spindle hole (in contrast to the later reissue with price code -270, Another Perfect Day). Rights Society: GEMA STEMRA. Matrix, Runout (Label A): S 205 487 A. Matrix, Runout (Label B): S 205 487 B. Matrix, Runout (Runout A, stamped): 205487 A-1/83 S I Made in Germany.
Album Name Another Perfect Day. Type Album. Released date 04 June 1983. Labels Bronze Records Mercury Records. 6. Another Perfect Day. 7. Marching Off to War. I Got Mine.
Another Perfect Day Album Version. Marching Off To War Album Version. 10. Die You Bastard Album Version. 11. Turn You Round Again Album Version. Disc: 2. 1. Back At The Funny Farm Live At Manchester Apollo 10th June 1983. This album is surely not Motörhead's best. In no way can it go toe to toe with Ace of Spades, Overkill, Bomber, Orgasmatron, Bastards. Still, it's also different from all those fantastic records, and it's a good thing. Motörhead teaming up with Robbo was a risky proposition at best, and as time would quickly show, a volatile one. But the music, the actual music that became Another Perfect Day also speaks of a certain chemistry that makes most of it very good.
Motörhead chronology. Another Perfect Day (1983). No Remorse is a compilation album by the band Motörhead, released 15 September 1984, covering their years under contract with Bronze Records and including four newly recorded tracks. This is the last album the band made for Bronze Records, and the first to feature the new and consistent line-up of Lemmy, Phil Campbell, Würzel, and the short lived involvement of Pete Gill on drums.
Another Perfect Day (1983) by Motörhead. Labels: Bronze Records. Songs: Back At The Funny Farm, Shine, Dancing On Your Grave, Rock It, One Track Mind, Another Perfect Da. .Members: Lemmy Kilmister, Brian Robertson, Philthy Taylor.
Ah, ‘Another Perfect Day’ you odd and glimmering beast, Motörhead’s strangest and most unique album. Another Perfect Day’ has all the drunken fury of Motörhead with a glowing melodic twist, complete with all sorts of shiny melodic twiddling from Robbo, ‘Another Perfect Day’ bursts forth with a vitality and vigour that was often missing in ‘Iron Fist’. Misunderstood and oft neglected, it was the ugly duckling of ‘head albums. Another Perfect Day’ sees Motörhead branching out into more melodic territory and in stunning fashion too. The title track is a weirdly beautiful song, with an almost delicate guitar intro. Using my acute sense of listening I can get a really strong ZZ Top vibe here.