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Motörhead / Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin

2012 live performance in Germany released across various formats

Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin is a new live album/concert film featuring Motörhead‘s 2012 performance in Germany, at the the Berlin Velodrom.

On 5 December 2012, the band – Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee – played to 12,000 Motörhead fans during the Kings of The Road Tour. It was recorded and filmed and will be released by Silver Lining Music, in April.

The formats are 2LP gatefold black vinyl, CD+DVD deluxe (digipak) or a limited edition box set which contains CD, DVD and 2LP vinyl along with the dubious incentive of a ”Motörhead branded passport cover”.

The box set has limited availability right now, but can be obtained via JPC in Germany or the German EMP website the latter appears to confirm that the DVD has a 5.1 mix. British fans can opt to pick this up from the UK EMP site.

Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin will be released on 23 April 2021.

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The box set contains CD, DVD, 2LP and the Motorhead-branded passport cover

Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin 2LP vinyl

Side A:
1. I Know How to Die – Live in Berlin 2012
2. Damage Case – Live in Berlin 2012
3. Stay Clean – Live in Berlin 2012
4. Metropolis – Live in Berlin 2012

Side B:
1. Over the Top – Live in Berlin 2012
2. Doctor Rock – Live in Berlin 2012
3. String Theory – Live in Berlin 2012
4. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch – Live in Berlin 2012

Side C:
1. Rock It – Live in Berlin 2012
2. You Better Run – Live in Berlin 2012
3. The One to Sing the Blues – Live in Berlin 2012
4. Going to Brazil – Live in Berlin 2012

Side D:
1. Killed by Death – Live in Berlin 2012
2. Ace of Spades – Live in Berlin 2012
3. Overkill – Live in Berlin 2012

Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin CD+DVD

1. I Know How to Die – Live in Berlin 2012
2. Damage Case – Live in Berlin 2012
3. Stay Clean – Live in Berlin 2012
4. Metropolis – Live in Berlin 2012
5. Over the Top – Live in Berlin 2012
6. Doctor Rock – Live in Berlin 2012
7. String Theory – Live in Berlin 2012
8. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch – Live in Berlin 2012
9. Rock It – Live in Berlin 2012
10. You Better Run – Live in Berlin 2012
11. The One to Sing the Blues – Live in Berlin 2012
12. Going to Brazil – Live in Berlin 2012
13. Killed by Death – Live in Berlin 2012
14. Ace of Spades – Live in Berlin 2012
15. Overkill – Live in Berlin 2012

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Qman

Each tour ( after return to 3 piece when Wurzel left ) had a bit of a mix around the same core formula. They know what works to make a good show for everybody. One tour in early 2000’s I remember they put all the instruments down and came back with acoustic guitars and Did whorehouse blues! Awesome!
Most times, when they hit Killed by Death, you knew the show was heading into the home stretch….

Ken

As regards bands and stale set lists,it always annoys me that that Depeche Mode never delve very deep into any material prior to Black Celebration.Just Can’t get Enough, Photographic,Leave in Silence,Master and Servant,Shake the Disease,and Everything Counts are all I can recall them performing of their earlier stuff since 1996.And some were just Martin Gore accoustic versions not Dave Gahan versions,

Arjan

I am a fan of Pearl Jam and they really have a different setlist for each concert they play.
There are only a few songs that they will play each night but you never have to worry that you’ll hear the same songs during their concerts.

Pim Derks

Man, that gradient at the top spoils the entire design of the cover. Wish they had just made it black or something.

Jarmo Keranen

To me me it looks like the Berlin Wall and the clear blue sky. Lemmy didn’t notice there was no Berlin wall after 1991!

Louis

Totally agree

Tim

I have seen Genesis on every tour since Abacab and have a ticket for their next which is 14yrs since their last and except for a few songs that could vary (but probably won’t) I could write the setlist now. Like Moterhead, Genesis must have been board playing the same songs so why don’t they think we are? Phil Collins who is one of the best front men I have ever seen will tell the same lame introduction to “Home By The Sea”. After decades of playing dozens of different songs over a short residency Bob Dylan now plays the same setlist for years with small changes, memory problems?
So who out there have a loved band that never change the set and it drives you insane?

Dean F

Try Deep Purple for a band that rarely changes it’s set list. Basically the formula is Machine Head + a few other ‘hits’ + 2 or 3 off the new album. I get that they’re trying to draw in the casual punter but it’s frustrating for the die hard fan. They’ve always done it too, even when Tommy Bolin was in the band. The only time we got a bit of variety was the last time Ritchie left. I’m surprised Steve Morse doesn’t want to play more from his era (or maybe he does and he gets out-voted :) )

Louis

I’m afraid that you don’t see or go to a DP concert since long time ago.

Dean F

I go and see them on every UK tour. Had a look on setlist.fm to see if anything had changed on their last lot of dates but sadly not. I’d be happy for a full set of Morse-era stuff with maybe a few classics saved for encores – don’t think it’ll happen though.

Tom m hans

Bummer, I went to see INXS on their X Factor 1990 tour in Frankfurt, Germany with a friend. After an exhausting and great show we looked at each other asking ourselves whether we heard Mystify or not. Neither of us could remember. Setlist.fm does not have that information. It was a great show regardless…. but that was their biggest hit at that time. Go figure….

JulesRules

Status Quo. I know it’s sort of a joke given that they’re renowned for making the same album over and over but many fans who’ve stuck with the band through the harder times really like songs from the more recent albums like Rock ‘Til You Drop, Under the Influence, In Search of the Fourth Chord or Quid Pro Quo. It’s pretty disheartening to see some really good songs, which could be great live numbers, either never tried out or dropped after a few shows/tours.

They have never really changed the basic order since 2009 and certain sequencing aspects of the setlist have been there before already.

Shaun

I will buy this because I have all their albums. But do we need another post 2005 live album from Motorhead? NO. I saw Motorhead live about 20 times between 1982 and 2007 and prefer to remember them before Lemmy’s health started to decline. The set list barely changed in the last ten years and just got shorter as Lemmy’s health worsened. Hopefully, we will continue to get box sets for each of their albums from the ’80’s but no more from the 21st century.

Kevin

Mmmmm….on one hand it thankfully does not contain yet another version of “Just Cos You Got The Power”…….but it does have what will always now be the SpongeBob song (You Better Run/Swim).

Decent set list though.

JF

We’ve been joking about marbles for so long here at SDE, perhaps it’s time for something new: passport covers! :-D

John MC cann

Louder than noise!,, Was John ,stumpy, Pepys in the band then?

Electric Sydney

Nope, it was Ross MacLochness.

Mj

Paul you may want change the text for cd/dvd and vinyl on the price list.

Mark stuart

Saw them loads of times over the years, but the last few tours,they seemed to be stuck on mostly the same setlist. The albums from inferno onwards were the best of their career I reckon,but very few of the tracks got played live. Almost all the tracks were from the classic line up( Lemmy,filthy,fast Eddie), though I consider Lemmy,Phil c,mikkeyDee,the classic line up. Still tempted to get this though..

John Murray

Agree with all that. I saw them at least once on every tour from ‘79 onwards and I always wished they’d mix up the setlist a bit more given the amount of album tracks available.

AndyB

Hey, Mark and John, if you saw them so many times, how is it that you still have your hearing? ;-)