The Fiftyniners - Sacrifice (Motörhead Cover)




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Published on Nov 10, 2016

Almost a year after his passing away The Fiftyniners pay homage to Lemmy Kilminster with a psychobilly cover of “Sacrifice”, one of the most representative songs from Motörhead.
The track was recorded live at Ultrasonic Studio in Pescara, Italy on a eight tracks Otari analogue tape machine with vocals being the only ovedub and is included in the Swedish label Nasty Music produced compilation “Born To Raise Hell”.
No click, no digital effects, no Pro Tools, no plugins, no editing.
Just tubes, sweat, passion and rock’n’roll.

Nick - Guitars, chorus
Gino - Drums, chorus
Tonino - Doublebass, vocals, chorus

Recorded, engineered and mixed by Riccardo Ricci and Ferdinando Ferri at Ultrasonic Studio
Mastered by Riccardo Ricci at Velvet Room Mastering c/o Ultrasonic Studio
Produced by The Fiftyniners and Nasty Music
Executive Production by Ultrasonic Studio
Camera by Gino
Video editing by Fabio Molinari (Still Frames media solution)
Artwork by LittleDemon Sim

Original version by Motörhead
Written by Burston, Campbell, Dee, Kilmister
Included in the album Sacrifice
℗ 1995 by CMC International Records / Steamhammer, a division of SPV GmbH
© 1995 by Warner Chappell Music Ltd.



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