While it's hard to say how many interchangeable albums by these senior citizens anybody needs, this one's more useful than most releases Motörhead have put out since the mid-'80s. "End of Time" and "Death Machine" foretell a violent finish; "Lost Woman Blues" and "Dust and Glass" dig up plaintive roadhouse roots; "Crying Shame" and "Queen of the Damned" don't need no Viagra; "Going to Mexico" stays on the run. As always, high-speed boogie prevails. And in "Do You Believe," Lemmy -- at 67, as doctors must keep reminding him -- doesn't know what he did last night. But he knows he did it good.