(hennemusic) Motorhead is sharing video of a 1983 live performance of "One Track Mind", as the latest preview to the November 3 release of an expanded 40th anniversary edition of "Another Perfect Day."
The previously unreleased live version was recorded at Hull City Hall, and is featured as part of a full concert that's available as part of the 2023 package. After former Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson replaced Fast Eddie Clarke, the band's sixth studio album presented what Lemmy called a more "musical" approach, the classic line-up's full-tilt ferocity harnessed to more traditional guitar rock tropes enhanced by carefully crafted production.
Forty years on, "Another Perfect Day" holds its own as this most surreal detour in Motorhead's early roller coaster, deserving its reappraisal away from the heat of the moment when the classic lineup dissolved and Robbo joined the band.
New deluxe editions of "Another Perfect Day" will feature hardback book-packs in two CD and triple LP formats, a remaster of the original album, previously unreleased demo bonus tracks and the June 1983 show at Hull City Hall.
Stream video of the 1983 performance of "One Track Mind" here.