live album by the British band Motörhead. The title refers to a remark repeated by Ian Gillan of Deep Purple on their Made in Japan live album: "Could we have everything louder than everything else?". Recorded at a show in Hamburg, Germany on 21 May 1998. Everything Louder than Everyone Else is produced 'undubbed' in a two disc format. It was first released as a digipak version, later followed by a slimline 2CD jewel-case run.
1916 Live...Everything Louder than Everything Else is a 1991 live video featuring Motörhead's performance recorded at the Deutsches Museum inMunich, Germany on 11 March 1991. Most of the material was recorded in grainy b/w, en vogue at the time. However, some scenes were recorded in colour, or have some colour in them.
The initial UK release has a sticker on the front, inviting fans to send off for a free poster.
2. "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)"
3. "Going to Brazil" Eddie Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor
4. "Traitor" Würzel, Campbell, Lemmy, Taylor
5. "No Voices In The Sky"
6. "Just 'Cos You Got the Power"
7. "Angel City" Lemmy
8. "Love Me Forever"
10. "Orgasmatron" Würzel, Campbell, Pete Gill, Lemmy
11. "Killed by Death" Würzel, Campbell, Gill, Lemmy
12. "Ace of Spades" Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor
Lemmy – bass guitar, vocals
Phil "Wizzo" Campbell – guitar
Würzel – guitar
Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor – drums