Friday, June 22, 2007

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Motörhead/ Girlschool
St. Valentine's Day Massacre EP (1981)


allmusic
This glorious artifact documents one of the most peculiar detours in Motörhead's uniformly pedal-to-the-metal career. Having befriended the members of all-female metal band Girlschool, Lemmy and Company decided that a friendly co-headlining single was in order. So was born the St. Valentine's Day Massacre EP, a three-track disc issued on Valentine's Day 1981 (reaching number five in the charts on February 21st), featuring each band covering a hit by the other: Girlschool crashed their way through Motörhead's "Bomber," while they, in turn, attacked the girls' "Emergency." Even more amusing, the two bands collaborated on a spirited remake of the ancient Johnny Kidd & the Pirates number "Please Don't Touch".


1. "Please Don't Touch" - Motörhead/ Girlschool
2. "Emergency" - Motörhead
3. "Bomber" - Girlschool

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cuddlefish said...

St Valentine's Day Massacre EP
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Anonymous said...

nice one! thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

nice one! thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

awesome!

aikin said...

I've heard about this EP for years, but never had a chance to hear it.
Thanks for the post!

Ashley Plath said...

this is so fucking cool!
thanks so much!
xoxo, ashley

Rob said...

Splendid -- thanks!

darkgr33n said...

thanks - I got this on the day it came out, but never bothered to rip it. will be nice to hear again, thanks man

LV said...

thanks for reuniting me with this classic x