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Wednesday, Sep 30 2009

Twenty-five years into the game, Lord Lemmy and his Motörhead crew are touring behind Motörizer, a lean, muscular effort that reflects the band's undying love for the Ramones. The album displays the power of brevity and the potency of pop hooks, but the real star of the group's 19th studio record is drummer Mikkey Dee, who fleshes out anthem-in-the-making "Rock Out" with merciless fills.

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