Thursday, time for a cover.
"Orgasmatron" is a tune by MOTÖRHEAD, it's the title track on the seventh studio album, released 9 August 1986.
"Orgasmatron" is with incendiary lyrics by frontman Lemmy, this song takes on different but related topics in each of the three verses, all written from the first-person perspective. The first verse is about organized religion, which he calls "obsequious and arrogant" and a "sadistic, sacred whore." The second verse deals with politicians, who twist the truth and "revel in your pain." The third verse is about war, which speaks of valor but leads to death. In this verse, Lemmy takes the voice of Mars, the Roman god of war.
"Orgasmatron" is the title track to the group's seventh album, their first album of new material since "Another Perfect Day" in 1983 and their first with guitarist Phil Campbell. It was produced by Bill Laswell, who had previously worked with Herbie Hancock "Sound-System", 1984), Mick Jagger "She's The Boss", 1985 and Yoko Ono "Starpeace", 1985 - not names that bring MOTÖRHEADs sound to mind. According to Phil Campbell, the band wasn't happy with Laswell's production, as it wasn't heavy enough for them.
Today's tune and cover "Orgasmatron" is made by the Brazilian heavy metal SEPULTURA, the tune was on the fourth studio album "Arise", released in 1991, enjoy!
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