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|1.||Motorhead (Hawkwind cover)||03:11||Show lyrics|
|3.||Lost Johnny (Hawkwind cover)||04:13||Show lyrics|
|4.||Iron Horse / Born to Lose||05:19||Show lyrics|
|5.||White Line Fever||02:37||Show lyrics|
|6.||Keep Us on the Road||05:55||Show lyrics|
|7.||The Watcher (Hawkwind cover)||04:28||Show lyrics|
|8.||The Train Kept A-Rollin' (Tiny Bradshaw cover)||03:17||Show lyrics|
This is Motörhead's first "proper" studio album. They had previously recorded the "On Parole" album for United Artists Records, which was intended for a 1976 release date, but the record company refused to release it. For this album, the band chose to record "On Parole" again in almost its entirety, only "Fools" and "Leaving Here" weren't re-recorded at these sessions. In addition two new self-penned compositions were added in "White Line Fever" and "Keep Us on the Road", as well as a cover of "Train Kept A-Rollin'".
Reissued by Roadrunner in 1990 with the following bonus tracks:
9. City Kids [3:24]
10. Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers [3:25]
11. On Parole [5:57]
12. Instro [2:27]
13. I'm Your Witch Doctor [2:57]
All tracks were recorded during the sessions for this album. "City Kids" appeared as the b-side of the Motörhead single, and 10-13 constitute the Beer Drinkers EP from 1980.
Re-released again by Ace Records in 2001 with the Roadrunner Records tracklist from 1990.
Reissued again by Deadline in 2005 in a digipack with another bonus track:
14. Leaving Here (Live) [3:12]
Reissued as Beer Drinkers in 1982 with the Beer Drinkers EP tracks included, a different track order and without "Iron Horse", "The Watcher" and "Train Kept a Rollin'").