Listen to Motorhead’s previously unreleased ‘Greedy Bastards’

Engine head have found a previously unreleased song titled “Greedy Bastards” on the upcoming reissue of their last studio album, 2015’s Bad magic.

The mid-tempo stomper finds the late Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister raging against corrupt politicians and lamenting the broken world they will leave behind. “You’ve never seen a politician who kept his promise. You’ve never seen a politician who wasn’t a liar,” he says in the spoken intro. “All politicians are assholes!” You can watch the animated music video below.

“Another beauty from Bad magic sessions where Lem’s lyrics hit our times in the head,” guitarist Phil Campbell said in a statement.

Bad Magic: Seriously bad magic is due on Feb. 24 and is available for pre-order now. You can see the tracklist below. The reissue will include Bad magic in its entirety along with “Greedy Bastards”, another recently released song titled “Bullet in Your Brain” and a full 2015 live performance taken from the Fuji Rock Festival. It will also include “War, Love, Death and Injustice”, an interview with Lemmy conducted by Motorhead expert Robert Kiewik on the band’s final tour before Lemmy’s death in December 2015.

If that’s not enough, fans looking to connect with Lemmy from beyond this mortal coil can catch on Bad Magic: Seriously bad magic boxed set, which includes a “Murder One” ouija board.

Motorhead, ‘Bad Magic: Seriously Bad Magic’ Tracklist
1. Win or die
2. Thunder & Lightning
3. Fire Storm Hotel
4. Shoot out all your candles
5. The devil
6. Electricity
7. Evil eye
8. Teach them how to bleed
9. To the end
10. Tell me who to kill
11. Stifling your screams
12. When the sky comes looking for you
13. Sympathy for the Devil
14. Heroes
15. Bullet in your brain
16. Greedy Bastards

‘Live at Mt Fuji Rock Festival 2015 – Sayonara Folks!’
1. We are Motörhead
2. Claims
3. Keep yourself clean
4. Metropolis
5. Over the top
6. String theory
7. The chase is better than the catch
8. Rock It
9. Lost Woman Blues
10. Doctor Rock
11. Just because you have the power
12. Going to Brazil
13. Save Aces
14. Overkill

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