A compilation from 2002 released by BMG UK and Ireland subsiduary Camden.
Camden Records is the compilation and catalogue re-development label of BMG. The front sleeve is black with
silver printing with the skull, chains at the sides and skeleton hands holding four cards with the album
title. The inlay is gatefolded and contains liner notes by Brendon Griffin. The headline states "If speed kills,
as the old adage goes, then nobody told Ian Lemmy Kilmister". The back is black and only has the track listing.
The disc is dark grey/brown with black skull. The year 2002 is only printed on the disc, nowhere on the
sleeve. A typo on the inlay is that Deaf Forever was produced in 1982.
The most interesting with this compilation is the included live songs among the usual selection from the
Bronze catalogue. Going To Brazil is taken from the 1999 live album ELTEE and Shoot You in the Back is
taken from the 2000 compilation Best of that included four songs from the 1980 live recordings that were
made for the 1981 NSTH album and that were released for the first time in 2000.
The copyright in these sound recordings is owned by Sanctuary Copyrights
Ltd. licensed courtesy of sanctuary copyrights ltd. This compilation (?) and (C) BMG UK and Ireland
Ltd/Sanctuary Records Group. All trademarks and logos are protected. Distributed by BMG. Made in the
EU. LC 00316. 74321 960552, www.bmg-camden.co.uk.