A Quiet Night In LP 1981 UK Bronze 16-track compilation. Motorhead (3 songs), Hawkwind, Uriah Heep, Girlschool, Angel Witch, etc
A Quiet Night In LP 1981 UK Bronze 16-track compilation. Motorhead (3 songs), Hawkwind, Uriah Heep, Girlschool, Angel Witch, etc

A Quiet Night In LP 1981 UK Bronze 16-track compilation. Motorhead (3 songs), Hawkwind, Uriah Heep, Girlschool, Angel Witch, etc

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A QUIET NIGHT IN
Label: Bronze Records
Format: Vinyl, Lp, Compilation BROS 537
Released Date: 1981

This is the original Bronze Records Release.

MOTORHEAD /VARIOUS A Quiet Night In (1981 UK Bronze 16-track compilation vinyl LP featuring three Motorhead tracks – Motorhead, Ace Of Spades & Louie Louie, plus Motorhead/Girlschools Please Don’t Touch. Also includes tracks by Hawkwind, Uriah Heep, Girlschool, Juicy Lucy & The Young & Moody Band, picture sleeve BROS537. There is a deletion hole in the sleeve, but otherwise the sleeve and vinyl are in near mint condition. Headbangers heaven!!

A1 Motörhead – Motorhead
A2 Hawkwind – Shot Down in the Night
A3 The Young & Moody Band – Don’t Do That
A4 Uriah Heep – Easy Livin’
A5 Girlschool – Race With the Devil
A6 Motörhead – Louie Louie
A7 Angel Witch – Angel Witch
A8 Al Hodge & the Mechanics – The Power of Love

B1 MotörheadGirlschool – Please Don’t Touch
B2 Angel Witch – Loser
B3 Uriah Heep – Sweet Lorraine
B4 Girlschool – Hit and Run
B5 Juicy Lucy – Who Do You Love
B6 The Young & Moody Band – These Eyes
B7 Hawkwind – Master of the Universe
B8 Motörhead – Ace of Spades

A Quiet Night In,Anybody?
A long out of print album.
Pretty good compilation of bands from the Bronze Records Label.
The biggest hitters being Motorhead.
Look at that front cover, pure 1981. Notice the copy of Uriah Heeps’ (then latest) album “Conquest” on the floor, yet they put 2 classic Byron era tracks on instead of cuts from that album.
Interestingly the back cover features a pic of a booze bin.HA!!

Easy Livin: anyone of sane mind would agree that resistance is futile in the face of its inexorable attack and blunt force assault on the senses. Its no coincidence that more bands have covered this song over the years than perhaps any other in Heeps discography.