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Issue #11 - September 20, 1997

OS: Motorhead in movies
OS: Lemmy's 50th Birthday Party
OS: tribute
OS: King Biscuit Flour Hour
OS: New Motorhead Bootleg!
OS: King Biscuit release
OS: Motorhead Tribute
OS: multifarious e-mail of semi-relevant thoughts and turgid ideas
OS: Motorhead tribute
OS: Motorhead Fans
OS: Saludos de los fans de Espana.
OS: Motorheadbangers
OS: Where was Lemmy?
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #10
OS: Recollections of a longtime Motorhead fan
OS: MH Tribute album
OS: King Biscuit Flower Hour
OS: Motorhead tribute
OS: Miscellaneous
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #10


Date: September 20, 1997
From: legion@img.net
Subject: os: wow!

EXPLOSION! I am so happy to see that people are finally really starting to use this list! I found this weeks forum to be absolutely fascinating.

First, on to some business... The response to the idea of compiling our own tribute album has met with overwhelming response. I say WE DO IT! I need a bit of time to compile some rules for submission and guidelines on songs. Thanks to Ben for his suggestions (see below), I am sure they will be the foundation our rules. As part of Next Level, we have a full, 24 tracks recording studio at our disposal. We should be able to use that to mix down and combine the tracks for the offering. I'll keep you informed.

Second, I got the opportunity to speak to Lemmy's manager about the Hawkwind reunion that never came to be. It seems that Lemmy agreed to do the show FOR FREE. The promoter was being stupid and expected Lemmy to endure silly travel arrangements just so that the promoter could save a few bucks. In the end, Lemmy is pretty accommodating, but he does ask for a few things, like the airport to be closer than an eight hour drive from the venue. Anyway, everything happens for a reason.

As some of you know, I am also a regular columnist in Metal Edge magazine. I write a column called WEB SPOTLIGHT that features reviews on web sites for a different band in every issue. As a result of being a writer for Metal Edge, I end up getting my issues about three weeks before they hit the news stands. The latest one (out on Sept 23) has a news bit saying that Lemmy is going to be in a new movie! Here is the text from Metal Edge:

Sebastian Bach will appear with Lemmy Kilmister, Joey Ramone and William Shatner in a dark comedy/horror movie called Final Rinse, "About a psycho bald guy who is jealous of long-haired rockers for stealing all the good looking women," says Sebastian, who plays one of the stabbed and scalped victims (so do Lemmy and Joey). "It's very comic book. It's going to be fun!".

Well, that is it for another week of Overnight Sensation. Thanks again to you all.

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 17:48:42
From: "dhhbird" dhhbird@frontiernet.net
Subject: os: motorhead in movies

I saw the one post last week where Morohead has taken part in a movie. Didn't Motorhead and Lemmy star in Eat the Rich as well? (They wrote the soundtrack to it, didn't they?) I have an observation of my own. Movies in which characters wear motorhead t-shirts! I've seen at least two movies where two characters wore a Motorhead shirt. One was in "Outbreak"-the guy is driving in a car with loud metal music on (motorhead?) and the other was Antonio Banderas sitting outside at a coffe table in the movie "Assassins". It was definitely a motorhead shirt, but maybe it wasn't Banderas. I know there was a third movie, but the title has slipped my mind. This could be an interesting game, seeing how many movie characters wear Motorhead shirts. Just an idea.

Dave the Motorheadbanger

**Editor: I remember being a bit shocked last year when on an episode of the popular sitcom FRIENDS, one of the main characters had her long lost brother show up and visit her. Throughout a signifigant sequence in teh show, he was wearing a Motorhead T-Shirt...

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 20:54:37
From: Trashsurfr@aol.com
Subject: os: lemmy's 50th birthday party

Hi Ace!

Just recieved my first issue (#10) of OS, although I've been into Motorhead since about 1984. I was wondering if you would know where I could get a video of Lemmy's 50th birthday party in L.A. in Decomber of 1995. It was in a very small club but still I somehow managed to to get in, and let me tell you it was absolutely the best gig I ever saw. After a set by local band Demolition Pit, out comes Metallica dressed as Lemmy doing a set of Motorhead songs, followed of course by a set by THE band. I noticed whole thing was professionally videotaped but my usual sources have failed to turn up a copy. Know where I can score one?

**Editor: I have seen it some of the bootleg lists I see kicking around... maybe a OS subscriber can help you out...

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 23:39:35 -0300
From: "Jose M. Villar" josemv@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: os: tribute

Hola Ace,
Just received OS, and the idea for a Mo?head tribute is fucking great!!!! I?m not a musician, though I?d like to be one, but I?ll try to see if I can meet with any of the major Heavy Metal or RNR bands here in Argentina and tell them about your project. Keep on rocking

(Gaucho from Hell)

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 21:52:48
From: MTRHDRUBE@aol.com
Subject: re: os cover demo




Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 18:09:03
From: "Robert MacGregor" - marketng@crabtree-pub.com
Subject: king biscuit flower hour prese

Hi there Motorhead fans. Here is a little tidbit of info. From what I've head the King Biscuit record is a live recording from around 1983 with Robbo Robertson. Very cool. I can't wait to get my hands on that one.

Robert MacGregor

Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 00:29:35
From: "tim shockley" ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: king biscuit flour hour

Hey MHB's! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the impending release (Sep.16!) of the Motorhead King Biscuit Flour Hour cd, here's the deal: It was recorded in New York in 1983 at La Mour's, on the Another Perfect Tour, featuring the Lemmy/Philthy/Robbo lineup. It aired on KBFH 11/13/83. The vinyl radio show version is a two record set w/Motorhead only on one side of the four. (Krokus, amazingly, was given two sides w/the final side blank!) Needless to say it is also extremely collectable. The set list, as it were, was "Back At The Funny Farm", "Tales Of Glory", "Marchin' Off To War", and "I Got Mine", all of which, of course, from the brilliant, underrated Another Perfect Day album. Here's hoping the cd offers more than four songs!

"A bwit, uh, bwit...Topnotch!"

Tim Shockley MHB672(H)

Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 00:36:01
From: "tim shockley" ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: new motorhead bootleg!

Oh yeah...I hear there's a new Motorhead bootleg cd from their recent Japan tour called "Titty Twister"! Shades of the old vinyl boot "Titties And Vodka"! Who names these things? Lemmy?! Good luck in finding it...

Tim Shockley MHB672(H)

"I really like this jacket, but the sleeves are much too long!"

Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 16:31:41
From: Craig Gilcrease - gilcrease@worldnet.att.net
Subject: os: king biscuit release

Hello Ace,

I hit the Tower web page and came up with some info on the pending King Biscuit Flower Hour Motorhead release. The cd will be released 9/16. It is a live recording from L'Amour East, Queens NY. Tower does not mention when the show was recorded. They name Brian Robertson as guitarist and of course Lemmy on bass. The set list is as follows:

Back At The Funnyfarm
Tales of Glory
Marching Off To War
Iron Horse
Born To Lose
Another Perfect Day
I got Mine
interview with Lemmy

I imagine this was broadcasted on the radio at one time and has been floating around on cassette ever since.

See you,

Craig from Los Angeles

Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 14:32:56
From: "shantymick" shantymick@monmouth.com
Subject: motorhead tribute

Dear Ace ,
I am in a band called Notorious Grumble from New Jersey , USA . We are former members of Godspeed and are very heavy punk with DOA and Motorhead thrown in . We are on the mighty Headache Records right now and are talking to Flipside about doing something for them . We would be very interested in sending something in for a tribute - we did Sabbath Bloody Sabbath with Bruce Dickinson . Our only problem would be paying for studio time out of our own pockets .

Please reply and we'll send you a press kit . Thanks for the great Motorhead page !!

- shantymick@monmouth.com

Subject: os: multifarious e-mail of semi-relevant thoughts and turgid ideas

From: tohu-bohu@juno.com (Pimp of Babylon)
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 15:10:00

A couple of things:
1, is it just me or is Lemmy having problems with the bass in every single damn show on that tour with WASP? I am adding Boston and Providence to the shows where Lemmy had his bass go dead. 2,Why is it that Motorhead is always on tour with good bands outside the US (Cathedral, in England, for example) and mediocre/bad bands in the US ('94 Sabbath, WASP)?
3, I have a Sony MHC-C405 stereo and I can't play any Castle remastered Motorhead albums. On every single one of the remastered albums I get, the stereo decides to add an annoying sound that can only be described as electrified, overdriven maccara. Of course, my stereo also does this to 1/3 of the CDs I have. Does anyone else have this problem? 4, To the person in Canadialand who says there isn't a lot of imports there: What are you talking about? I was at the HMV in Toronto a few months ago and that place has every single band I have ever heard of, including those on John Perez's Brainticket label. Their metal section takes up about 1/4 of the store. I know Canadialand isn't exactly a small country, but if you're anywhere near Toronto, go to 333 Younge street. It'd probably be worth your while. 5, Great idea, this tribute album. I'd contribute as soon as we get our acts together and I figure out how playing electric guitars differ from playing classical ones.

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From: motorhead@usinternet.com (Thomas Glen Crane)
Subject: os: motorhead tribute

Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 13:33:52

Well if anybody is really interested in a Motorhead tribute album, we would love to be included. Over the last 10 years we have done a number of motorhead covers including: Orgasmatron, Killed by death, Locomotive, Burner, Ace of Spades, Deaf forever, Hellraiser... the list goes on and on. In fact the first song I ever played way back when was the Motorhead cover of Loui Loui later followed the Motorhead cover of Beer drinkers and hellraisers.

Hell my band members still make fun of me at sound checks cuz I fiddle with my bass sound untill I get the first part of Ace of Spades to sound just right, then I know Im ready to go.

Anyhow, we would love to be part of any Motorhead tribute album, and in a shameless self plug here is how to get ahold of us

Harsh Reality
612-457-7568 (Glen Crane)
5250 Greystone drive #109
Inver Grove Hts MN 55077
on the WEB http://www.usinternet.com/users/motorhead/harsh.htm
e-mail motorhead@usinternet.com

We are headed back into the studio in October, if anyone has any suggestions as to what songs would be good for a tribute album let me know and we will learn em.

Rock N Roll
- motorhead@usinternet.com

Trees are stone where I live, leaves of razor steel High and low and Ice and snow, broken on the wheel Trees are stone where I live, flowers made of glass Cold and white and wrong and right and voices from the past...

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 23:01:44
From: "troglaw" troglaw@ix.netcom.com
Subject: os: motorhead fans

Reading John the lawyer's post prompted me to submit my own.

I disagree with his assessment of the "typical" Motorhead fan. I, too, am a lawyer who is a huge Motorhead fan. I agree with Ace that a substantial number of Motorhead fans are musicians, but certainly not the majority. Of those who are not musicians, I find them to be an incredibly diverse. I went to the recent show with Wasp with a doctor. Shortly after Overnight Sensation came out, I went with a doctor, a property manager, an engineeer for Intel, a business executive, etc. Next to us were three engineers. And yes, there were mechanics, truck drivers, bikers, etc.

But there seems to be one constant amongst us all -- an attitude. The advertisements for Bastards summed it up well: Motorhead is more than music. It's a way of life. As the Chicago Sun Times wrote in its review of the Sacrifice show, Motorhead epitomizes what Rock & Roll (it's not metal, thrash or anything else) is supposed to be about. It's rebellion and the fight for freedom to be yourself.

Green Day, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, etc., are essentially dead, so perhaps it's unfair to pick on them. But that entire few year craze was about complaining, talking about how the world sucks and GIVING UP. No solutions were offered, because it supposedly was hopeless. The tragic live of Kurt Cobain is a good example.

Motorhead, though, is about never giving up. When society knocks you on your ass -- and it will -- you got to get back up and kick it in the balls. Beat it at its own rules. Motorhead is about being human and having real feelings and living in a real world and doing the best we can given our circumstances WITHOUT GIVING UP!!

Lemmy isn't god; he's a human as we are. I drove 350 miles and they didn't show up at Metal Mania VII in Milwaukee; some folks drove to the Hawkwind show; my buddy won the VIP Pass off the official web site for the first Overnight Sensation show in town and then we got stiffed. She was crushed, to say the least (and yes, Ace, you promised to send her various stuff from the band and never did). I suppose one should never aspire to meet those whom you admire, for your bubble may get burst.

Motorhead's message as perceived by me and many others, regardless of whether it is intentional, has remained the same for over 20 years now. This is already too long and I won't analyze lyrical passages, interviews, etc., but I believe Motorhead has always stood for the same thing. And that is why rock & roll got popular and so many parents hated it.

Enough for now. I have been a Motorhead fan since 1983, but my favorite stuff is from this decade; 1916, Bastards and Overnight Sensation. I have seen them live too many times to count in various cities around the U.S., and some shows were better than others. I have about 85 different Motorhead CDs and am always searching for others.

Keep up the great work ACE. I'm sorry if I overstayed my welcome.


**Editor: Wow! First off, I want to thak you for summing up almost exactly how many of us feel about the diversity of fans that follow Motorhead. I myself, if the truth be told, and a Associate Publisher at a magazine company during the day and a co-owner in Next Level Productions at night.

I also wanted to address your comment about the free stuff that Mary never got. To explain to the rest of you, when Motorhead went on tour for Overnight Sensation, the band and management approached us and said "lets run a contest off the web site and give-a-way a set of tickets and VIP passes for two at each venue". Sounded great to me. When the time came for some of the fans to collect their prizes at the venues, some of them were given severe run-arounds. About ten of the cities (2 American and 8 European) had fans that found themselves being hasseled by security and uninformed road crews.

Well, when I relayed the stories to the band's management, they were horrified. They immediately asked me to offer those fans some sort of restitution (signed material, etc). So, I asked the stiffed fans what they wanted. I relayed that info to the management and have re-relayed it to them once a month, every month since that happened. That was almost a year ago. They just don't seem to put any sort of a prioirty on it. I have offered to mail the material myself if they would just get it to me, but so far, no avail.

The only thing I can say at this point is that I am sorry. This has been a major nightmare for me. None of you really know me, but one of my things is that I do not lie to people. When others put me in that position, I get upset.

I have not given up and will continue to pursue them on Mary's and the others behalfs. I will keep you updated.

Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 08:57:56
From: David Sanchez - C-SanchezD@mail.dec.com
Subject: os: saludos de los fans de espana.

Hola amigos:

Como veo que nadie se atreve a escribir en Espanol, aqui mi mail para animar a cualquier otro fan que se encuentre en mi situacion. Espero que no resulte muy problematico para vosotros el hecho de escribir en mi lengua materna. Mi ingles no es muy bueno. Disculpar si os causa alguna contrariedad.

Bueno, y ahora, al grano. ?Cuando van tocar los Motorhead en Madrid en un local grande?. Lo digo por que en sus ultimas visitas han tocado en locales muy pequenos y donde los problemas de sonido eran enormes.

Un saludo a todos,


Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 14:40:18
From: Chris Gurney - Chris.Gurney@promicro.co.uk
Subject: os:

The following site should prove useful to anyone wishing to join Motorheadbangers.


Chris Gurney
ProMicro Limited
1-3 Canfield Place
London NW6 3BT

(Telephone) 0044 (0)171 - 328 8183
(Fax) 0044 (0)171 -372 6741
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Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 17:19:19
From: Curly Toes - AhmetG@promicro.co.uk
Subject: os: where was lemmy?

Lemmy, who was recently scheduled to attend the Hendrix Blue Plaque unveiling ceremony in Brook Street, London, failed to make an appearance.

Does anyone know where he went ? My colleagues were supposed to chaperone him but had the dubious privilege of looking after captain Sensible instead.

Chris Gurney
ProMicro Limited
1-3 Canfield Place
London NW6 3BT

(Telephone) 0044 (0)171 - 328 8183
(Fax) 0044 (0)171 -372 6741
- chris.gurney@promicro.com

Date: Mon, 15 Sep 97 10:35:00
From: yvonne.gallagher@lawgram.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #10

Re Chris Gurney's message; I'm sure there must be some 'head fans out there older than me (Perhaps we're just not generally into the net); I remember first seeing them in 1978 in England (Brunel University to be precise) and feeling like I was way behind the times in catching up with them- what's happened to all the oldies? Grey hairs needn't keep you away, after all, Lemmy's ancient! Looking forward to the London gig in October ( might even file a report afterwards!)

Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 13:57:54
From: "Jim Taylor" jtaylor@theworks.com
Subject: recollections of a longtime motorhead fan

Who would've thunk that Motorhead would finally take hold of the modern convenience of cyberspace technology??? Well, I must say that it is about time. I have been following these guys for many years and have had some very, very memorable experiences with many members of their revolving rotation of a lineup. I have been reading this new project for some time and figured that I was past due for a submission. I have had the very good fortune of seeing Motorhead 7 times and meeting them 5 times. Let me tell you all that they have never been anything less than perfectly friendly and courteous to me and anyone else that has had the good luck to be with me at these times.

I first saw them 4/28/87 @ Santa Clara with a totally lame band called the Sea Hags. I was so desperate to meet this band that I had been listening to for so long that I ran around to the back of the venue to wait for them, and upon request for some ID, I promptly grabbed a piece of equipment and loaded it into the moving vans to give the impression that I belonged there. I met them all, just me and the band, after 2 1/2 hours wait. They were top-notch characters. This was at a time when Phil Cambell (or whatever he is calling himself today) was not so inclined to become imbibed so as to not want to have anything to do with fans after lengthy partaking of beverages. Lots of good memories.

I also saw them on 2/26/88 @ Long Beach w/ Alice Cooper and Faster Pussycat. Great show! Lemmy acknowledged that "Alice Cooper was the only guy who had the fuc*ing balls to follow Motorhead!"

I then saw them perform twice in two days on the Operation Rock 'n' Roll tour. First in Sacramento, CA on 7/13/91 then on 7/14/91 at Mountain View, CA for another real kick-ass concert. At Sacramento I spotted Wurzel walking around in the crowd with absolutely NOBODY recognizing him. I went up to him and statrted talking to him. He was the most friendly bugger that I have ever met in the rock business. His girlfriend obliged to take some pictues of me with him. They came out great and are now 8x10's hanging on my wall.

I then saw them @ Santa Barbara, CA on 3/3/94 with Black Sabbath. I met both bands after the show. I had to hide in bushes to get such a chance. All were very friendly. Mikkey Dee and I talked at length about hockey and the Olympics. Sweden had just won it all. My girlfriend really blew it that time. She was asleep in the car because she didn't think that I would really hook up with them.

I saw them last at Ventura, CA on 8/2/95 and at Hollywood's Universal Theater the next day. These concerts were exceptionally great. It was strange to see the 'Head w/o Wurzel though. After the concert, my friend and I went to one of their favorite haunts (which I will not reveal) and lo and behold, Black Sabbath and Motorhead walked in and sat at the table adjoining ours!!!! What a shock. We all talked for some time, had them autograph our menus which we kept, and Mikkey Dee even came over to our table and shared our pizza and enjoyed Long Islands with us. Let me tell you all one thing - I have met Blackie Lawless twice and Motorhead several times. Blackie is an egotistical prick and Lemmy is the coolest creature to ever slither on this planet. Don't believe the WASP propaganda that you are all being bombarded with. Lemmy's first concern has always been for Motorhead and their fans.

***Editor question: I would be very happy to pay Motorhead very well for their services to perform at my wedding. Money is no object. I would provide all transportation, booze, security (already promised to me by our local police dept.) and food. I would like to know what the bloke from Scotland finds out from their management. Please let me know what their conditions are. Keep on rockin' with the "Head," Jim Taylor

P.S. Yes. I do have a beautiful Motorhead tatoo on my body. I welcome any Motorhead fans who love ice hockey and the Uncle Lemmster to write to me. I have some song lists from the aforementioned shows, if anyone's interested.

"Ace of Spades," "The Birthday Party," "Meltdown (compilation)" and of course, "No Sleep 'till Hammesmith."

From: - ola.nyberg@system3r.se
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 10:21:46
Subject: mh tribute album

LO fellow Motorheadbangers,

"Zughiaq" wondered whether a Motorhead tribute album was being planned or not. Well, I don't know about any new ones, but there is actually already one out! It is called "Headin' For The North" and was realesed on Pink Honey Records. This tribute album features Scandinavian bands only and was released to coincide with Motorhead's 20th anniversary in 1995. It has a few good versions and is well worth the money. You may have trouble getting it on the other side of the Pond, though.

What's all this about the "King Biscuit Flower Hour" release? Could it be the live recording from 1983 in New York, featuring Brian "Robbo" Robertson? If so, I can't wait for its release!

'Head on!

Mr. Ola Nyberg M. Sc. (MHB 260)

Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 14:16:48 -0300
From: hvegas@netex.com.ar

Hi i?m from Argentina,and if somebody can make me a contact to buy the castle re-mastered of:no sleep at all,another perfect day,no remorse,rock n?roll,orgasmatron.

And i have a list of motorhead live recordings and the concrts of argentina (Video and audio) and please somebody mail me and send me lists of:all the news re-mastered,and some things(live recodings,vinyls,7",cd?sand magazines etc. My name is Juan.

Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 15:55:30
From: "Dave Rozek" PSCHOTRON@wport.com
Subject: os: king biscuit flower hour.

Here some info on the King Biscuit Flower Hour Cd. It's a new live release recorded at L'Amour East in Queens New York August 10th 1983. This was a show on the very brief tour with Brian Robertson. The tracks are only from Anther Perfect Day and an interview with the man himself, recorded sometime after his big birthday bash with Metallica. The set list is, Back at the funny farm, Tales of glory, Marching off to war, Iron horse/Born to lose, Another perfect day, Shine and I got mine.

As for King Biscuit himself, the radio show debuted on February 18th 1973, broadcasting big name and new artist's live on radio. This show has a large history behind it. For more info check out http://www.king-biscuit.com

Keep up the great work. I've banging to Motorhead for 14 years and still look forward to seeing them someday.


Date: Thu, 18 Sep 97 18:58:54
From: Ben Deschamps - bdescham@chat.carleton.ca
Subject: os: motorhead tribute

Well, I just got back to a computer after the summer and read through eight issues of OS. Good shit. Anyhow, at one point a DIY Motorhead tribute was mentioned. I've got a home studio and would be ecstatic to put out a cover of the boys. I do have a couple of suggestions for the project:

1) assign songs to folks so you don't get 1000 Aces;
2) don't allow anyone to cover Ace, because it's already one of the most covered tunes in the damn world;
3) agree on format for submissions;
4) have mercy on those of us who don't get all the imports and stick to better-known tunes (or have volunteers for the real arcana); and try to get people to do new versions instead of slavishly imitating the real thing. Imitation is flattery, but you just can't cop Lemmy. Like I say, though, it would be an absolute delight. This is the music that makes us all play, and covering it would... well, it'll get me kicked out of my domicile, but it would be worth it.

Cheers from Canada,
the Ben.

Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 18:58:37
From: ROSA ESPINOSA NOE - noe@servidor.unam.mx
Subject: os: miscellaneous

The idea of a tribute to Motorhead is great. I hope you can materialize it. But there have already been 2 "tributes" (as far as I know). One Lp, out in 1989, called "Welcome to Rock'n Roll Hell: a Tribute to AC/DC and Motorhead", features one side of Motorhead songs by unkown German bands. More interesting is the CD called "Pink Honey congratulates Motorhead" on Pink Honey records (ROSACD200) with cover songs by Swedish bands. In the inner notes, they say they wish to get demo tapes from bands from all around the world in order to make another tribute. But that was about 2 years ago...

The "King Biscuit Flower Hour" was a Rock'n Roll radio show. I have a transcription disc featuring one show by Motorhead. It was recorded at l'Amour, NY on July 29, 1983 and aired on November 13, 1983. It features 4 tracks from the APD album. Hopefully the new CD will feature the whole show. Has anybody information about a scheduled release date?

Concerning the question about the "On Parole" Lp, in my opinion none of the other releases has a much better sound, even the new EMI CD with the "remastered" (?) tracks doesn't sound great. But you have to remember in which conditions it was recorded, and finally released few years later... Anyway, the Cleopatra CD is a nice item if you can get the limited edition in cloth bag with a badge and great picture of a "young" Lemmy. And the EMI features 4 very rare versions of "On Parole", "City Kids", "Motorhead" and "Leaving Here" (the very first tracks produced by Dave Edmunds). I have seen advertised in many "internet" shops, a CD called "No Parole". Can somebody tell me if it's a misspelling, or if there really is a record called "No Parole" in the US? Thanks.

Ronan (MHB 311)

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 17:50:02
From: Evil Clam - ironfist@capitalnet.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #10

Hi Ace!

I read in the most recent issue of Overnight Sensation, that you were thinking of putting together a Motorhead tribute album, and wanted to know if any OS members (who were musicians in a band) would be interested in contributing. Well, I'm a musician in an original band called FALLOUT (as a matter of fact I play a Rickenbacker Bass through a Marshall stack) and we would be HONOURED to do a song for this. I think it's a GREAT idea!!!

Please let me know the details, when they are finalized.

By the way, Overnight Sensation is awesome!! Keep up the great work!

I personally invite you, and anyone you'd care to tell, to surf by our website, the address is at the bottom of this message.

See ya... Evil Clam

That's it !!! I'm calling the "SCARY BALD GUY"!!

Check it out at :

If you like it HEAVY, it's the place to be!!!


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