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Issue #10 - September 13, 1997

OS: What Do You think?
OS: Upcoming US releases
OS: Pittsburgh Concert Report, Etc.
OS: MH Extras: Open to best offer also!
OS: Singerman? Worth it or just a rip-off?
OS: Bastards & March or Die posters
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #9 re: motormovies!
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #9
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #9
OS: Motorhead
OS: Motorhead rules
OS: MH Tribute


Date: September 13, 1997
From: legion@img.net
Subject: OS: What Do You think?

Well, well... it seems that we are now screaming in on 300 members to this mailing list!!! Again, thanks to all of you for your support and letters of encouragement. This truly is a labor of love.

I will be mailing out all of the Castle Records sampler cassettes this week. So, for all of you that sent in for them, please be patient...

I have been kicking around another idea at the base of my skull for a few weeks and I think it is time to share it with all of you and get some opinions.

I have noticed that there seems to be a considerable number of musicians amongst the ranks of OS members. It is of little doubt that Motorhead is one of the most influential bands in the history of rock and roll. If bands like Kiss can have at least a dozen different tribute records released honoring their influence... surely Motorhead deserves one. Wand, who better to give them that honor then us?

Here is what I propose... Any of you out there that are part of a band that loves to play Motorhead tunes, how would you like to contribute a song? We could compile these into a full album. It would primarily be for OS members but we might sell it outside of the confines of OS to offset the production costs.

I am not a musician, but I am an expert in page layout, etc. I would volunteer my services to this project in that capacity (as well as organizer). This would have to be strictly non-profit. We could ask Lemmy to pick his favorite charity and donate any profits to that.

What do you all think? If there is enough interest... we should do it! Let me know!!

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: 9/1/1997 20:38
From: "Cyco1" - WEZ@concentric.net
Subject: OS: Upcoming US releases

It looks like from http://www.musicblvd.com that us American-ers will finally be seeing a re-release of ORGASMATRON & ROCK AND ROLL, but on a different label from the UK (Castle) whose version is remastered and with bonus cuts, like the earlier re-releases Castle US did before going belly-up. Will these versions be one in the same, I wonder? And what of this new thing, "King Biscuit Flower Hour Prese"? What the hell is this? A live show of recent years, perhaps? My palms sweat at just the thought.....



Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 16:52:22
From: FTollin957@aol.com
Subject: OS

I to this day have not seen Motorhead but it's not like I hav'nt tried. Had tix to see them in 82 in Philly and that's when fast Eddie quit the band.Next,I had tix in 95 to see them with Sabbath and they changed venues and played the night before without anyone knowing,and this year with Wasp in Philly and they cancelled the Fucking gig! But hey, I'll see them someday.

Fred Tollin

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 19:03:12
From: JPetrush@aol.com
Subject: OS: Singerman? Worth it or just a rip-off?

Last digest there was a letter from a biker who had trouble getting through Singerman Entertainment to get a gig for his bike club.

Here's a story that's similar. I've been a loyal Motorhead supporter since way back (I got Another Perfect Day when it was a new release, and I live in Canada where we don't get much for imports).

I've always wanted to join the fanclub, but I've never figured out how to write to England. Finally, when Bastards came out, there was a 1-800 number for me to use. I dialed it many times, having a lot of trouble, but finally got through two different times. I gave my address (and the second time gave my friend's address), but I never received anything further.

I'd love to join a Motorheadbangers Club, but I don't understand why Singerman sets up a 1-800 number if he's not going to follow through on the calls received. What gives?

Bryan Young
Bryan Young CANADA blyoung@hotmail.com
Visit these webpages! Everybody else is doing it!
http://www.geocities.com/Area51/6568 - Hawkwind
http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Track/6878 - IFHL
http://www.geocities.com/Area51/7118 - Science Fiction

** Editor: FYI... Singerman Entertainment does not actually run the Moterheadbangers Fanclub. They endorse it and help everyway they can (hence the 800 number). But, once the leads and requests are out of their hands, they have little control.

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 21:46:37
From: shluzas@juno.com (David R Kellerman)
Subject: OS: Bastards & March or Die posters

There's a poster web sight where you can get a bunch (not a lot) of slightly cool metal posters. Included in this are the posters for March or Die and Bastards, which are both damn cool, the latter being the coolest. Other cool bands they've got include: Manowar (2), Megadeth (2), Metallica (an asston of 'em)... and that's about it. Rather sad, when you get right down to it.
The address is: http://www.concertposter.com

The Man in the Iron Jockstrap

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 22:22:21
From: dayth@juno.com (Satan B Zelbub)
Subject: Overnight Sensation Issue #9 re: motormovies!

Gaucho from Hell missed the best Lemmy flick! EAT THE RICH! this is a vehicle from the lemmitudinous delivery of the ol' bugger himself in one of the greatest movies ever made. Lemmy sure can act (when you can decipher what he's saying) and the film itself is great. how many movies do you know of that are so unself-concious (self-unconcious?) that they'll have someone just spontainiously go up on stage in a high class restaurant and start belting out "Dr. Rock"? how many movies have a modern day arrow-massacre? well, this is the only one of know of that has both. i heard me a rumor that Lemmy was to be narrating an animated "Romeo & Juliet" parody. anybody else hear similar things?

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 10:26:59
From: "lucifer" - blagowski@cyberdrive.net
Subject: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #9

Hello, Is anyone aware of the "heavy 80's" cd compilation,with Lemmy on the cover? Do you suppose that he's aware of this.I found it humorous although I didnt see any MotorHead trax in the comercial.Also if any one in the clevelandoh area wants to pound out some MotorHead cover songs I play guitar an am eager to to raise some serious hell! thats all folks

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 13:39:53
From: "Dave O'Brien" - D.J.OBRIEN@livjm.ac.uk
Subject: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #9

Hi fellow mhb's
In the last issue,Chris Gurney asked if anyone remembered MH fromthe 70's+80's I got into them when Bomber came out and first seen them live in 82 on the Iron Fist tour I've seen them numerous time since I got to see fastway in the early days (83) anybody know what phil and eddie are up to? I've got nearly all the tour programs up to another perfect day except ace of spades I've got loads fo press clippings and interviews from the 80's i'm planning to scan them and i'll mail them to ace in case he wants to put them on the home page and share them with those that only saw the light later on. Ace if your interested mail me back with a postal address and i can send you copies of any of the articles i have keep up the good work on the list and hurry up and update the homepage keep it loud


** Editor: Hi Dave! YES YES YES! We would love to have materials for the web page. You see, Lemmy is not exactly a sentimental guy when it comes to Motorhead memorabilia. His personal colleciton is very poor!! (Believe it or not). Anything that anyone want to send that they think would enhance the homepage can send it to:

Ace Trump
PO Box 599
Oroville, WA

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 05:15:14
From: VJAMES693@aol.com
Subject: "OS"

I belong to a Motor Cycle Club called the "Buzzards." We are the largest club in Scotland and have been going for 16 years. We have a Bike Rally every year around the first week-end in May. Our rally is one of the largest non commercial rally's in Scotland attracting 650 - 1,000 people. We have four bands come and play over the space of the week-end. We generally hire fairly well known groups from England and Scotland. Over the years this has proved to be very successful and everybody seems to think that this makes the rally even more worthwhile travelling too. People come from all parts of the UK as well as Germany, Amsterdam and other parts of Europe.

Next year we are holding our 10th Anniversary Rally which will be the biggest rally yet. We held an Annual General Meeting at the beginning of March in order to discuss our plans for the Anniversary next year. It was decided that instead of giving the people who attend the same old momento's such as Mugs, Badges, T-shirts etc. that we would try and get a 'big' band to come and play at the rally. I suggested that Motorhead would be the ideal band for this event. We plan on 'splashing out' on a band, hopefully Motorhead if they were available. It may seem a very silly idea writing to ask if a band such as big as Motorhead are to come and play at an event such as ours. I am hoping that it is worth a try any way.

I wrote to Mr Burridge to try and find out the name and address of Motorhead's tour management. Mr Burridge was unable to help me and put me on to you. If it is in any way possible to help me find out who to get in touch with and where, there would be a great many people very grateful for your help including myself.

I have actually met Lemmy and Wurzel at a special concert they did in Southampton a few years ago. Nicest blokes I could wish to meet.

I very much look forward to hearing from you soon.
Yours faithfully
Vaughan James

***Editor: Info is on the way!

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 18:49:29
From: Kpine101@aol.com
Subject: Motorhead


I see on CD Now that Motorhead has a new cd coming out called KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR PRESE. What the hell kind of a name is that?! Do you know anything about the album? (Do you think Blackie Lawless will be buying a

Also, I see that there are a couple of different editions of ON PATROLE available. I have the one on Roadrunner . . . the music is great, but let's be honest, the sound quality is shit. Do you know if Cleopatra's or EMI Gold's copies sound any better?


**Editor: Can anyone answer Kevin's question?

Date: Tue, 09 Sep 1997 12:04:35
From: "Peter Edh" - sp95ped@staffanskolan.soderhamn.se
Subject: OS: Motorhead rules

Hello all Motorheadbangers out there!!

I am a Swedish fan and I just want to make clear to everyone, that Motorhead is the best thing that has happened to the world since the invention of Icehockey.

Keep on headbanging.


Date: Fri, 12 Sep 1997 19:44:38
From: "Eric Chetkauskas" - zughiaq@hotmail.com
Subject: OS: MH Tribute

Hi Ace,

Well, you keep telling people to post messages so I thought it was about time I did. I've been a Motorheadbanger for almost three years now, and have increased my MotorCD collection to 13( pretty good considering it's hard to find their music anywhere). The first Motorhead album I heard was "1916". "Overnight Sensation" is one of my favorite albums ( second only to "Bastards"). Anyway, about a year ago I heard some rumor that a Motorhead tribute album was being arranged. Is there any truth to this?
Thanks for putting this thing together. If everybody listened to Motorhead, the world would be a better place!


**Editor: I have not heard of such a project, but it would make sense. I will check into it and let you all know.


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