Inferno is a 2004 album by MotÃ¶rhead. It features some heavy tracks (like "Terminal Show" and "In The Name Of Tragedy"), but also some rock'n'roll tracks ("Killers", "Life's A Bitch"). "Whorehouse Blues" is an acoustic track, which reflects on the thirty years of MotÃ¶rhead's existence.
Inferno is the soundtrack to Dario Argento's film of the same title, first released as a 15-track LP in 1981 by Cinevox, then as a CD in 2000 with a bonus track of outtakes reportedly utilized in the film itself but not included on the original vinyl release. The score was composed and performed by keyboardist Keith Emerson, former member of the Prog Rock band Emerson, Lake and Palmer.