Death Or Glory is one of two studio albums with the short-lived Lemmy, Würzel, Zööm and Mikkey Dee lineup and was originally released in 1993 as Bastards, the eleventh Motörhead studio album. On this album the band returned to their roots: being loud and fast. The lyrical themes range from social criticism (On Your Feet or on Your Knees), to war (Death or Glory and I am the Sword) to child abuse (Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me) and total mayhem (Burner). Death Or Glory is cited by the band as one of their best works. In his autobiography White Line Fever, vocalist / bassist Lemmy called it: "…one of the best albums we ever did…"