Right off the bat, here are a couple of plusses in favor of the band. The lead singer is all the bassist. Love it. And get this: his name is Lemmy.
I'm sure you're more familiar with Motorhead since you're a lot more musically literate than I am. What I guess I've been most surprised at with this album is how many songs I've heard play in film or that I've just heard in here and there in public, and I never knew they were from Motorhead. "Live to Win," for instance, I'm sure I've heard in some movie or other. I don't know if I'd heard "(We Are) The Roadcrew" but what an awesome tribute to the road life of a rock star.
There are twelve tracks on this bad boy, but the songs are so short, the runtime for the whole LP doesn't even crack 37 minutes. I think that's an advantage, especially for how fast the band's sound is. I'm going to put this on my nominee list for my 100 desert albums list.