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Issue #12 - September 30, 1997

OS: Late Again...
OS: Hello
OS: Motorhead Ramones covers?
OS: Record shows coming up/Mail for MH list
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #11-Part One
OS: Video
OS: Motorhead on television
OS: old issue request and more
OS: Spanish
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #11-Part One
OS: Motorhead in movies
OS: Films and old gigs
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #10
OS: U.K. Support bands
OS: Backwards talk!
OS: a fan from Calgary


Date: September 30, 1997
From: legion@img.net
Subject: os: late again...

Sorry lads and ladies... I just finished moving residences for the second time in as many months. My computer is currently set up on a table in my laundry room because there are boxes EVERYWHERE. Anyway, I did not manage to get to compiling OS until this evening.

I think things are starting to come together for the tribute album. I contacted Motorhead's management about the idea and they are all for it! Over the next month I will have the opportunity to get things organized and underway. I have secured access to a full featured, 24 track recording studio for use in compiling the results of this endeavor... let the mayhem begin!

P.S. It looks like our boys may take the Iron Fist to the Iron Curtain... shows are currently booked in Moscow and St. Petersburgh! Let's hope they hold together! Russia (or whatever) will never be the same.

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Sun, 21 Sep 1997 19:01:04
From: d.rat@flysky.com
Subject: os: hello

Heyas, I'm new to the Motorhead list and would like to say its GREAT. I've been a Motorhead fan since the beginning of the '80's, and I was really suprised to find so much of them on the net. I had the pleasure of meeting Lemmy and the band in the mid 80's at a record signing in Studio City, Ca. Lemmy has got to be one of the nicest people I've met....and you gotta love his warped sense of humor. Only about 30-40 people showed up for the signing, so we were able to talk with the band for quite awhile. THey were great...even posed for MANY photos with us. We were able to talk to Lemmy for another 20 mins. outside as he waited for his Limo to the show... ( which he ditched in favor of a ride with an attractive lady he met there). Well, glad i finally found the Motorhead list!

Date: Sun, 21 Sep 1997 22:39:58
From: lyserg@pcnet.com (Randy Heath)
Subject: os: motorhead ramones covers?

Just curious - does anyone know if Motorhead has ever performed any Ramones songs live or in studio? Know that the Boys in Black from New York have finally retired, my favorite bands list is down to one - Motorhead. But it would be really interesting (and I think sound fantastic) to hear Lemmy do Psycho Therapy or Warthog, or any of a number of other heavier Ramones cuts.

Anyone, anyone?

Like the Ramones - Motorhead just seems to get better and better as time goes on. Every new album they come out with, I hate at first, then fall hopelessly in love with after a few listens!

Lastly - does anyone know if the leather-jacketed version of the No Remorse double-LP is worth anything these days?


Date: Sun, 21 Sep 1997 16:37:35
From: thesonics@earthlink.net (Jay Siekierski)
Subject: record shows coming up/mail for mh list

Hi J here; I got some record shows coming up starting next week, if your interested my MH list mail me privately before this stuff gets packed for the show. Thxs

The Sonics Music Site. Published & Edited By Jay Siekierski Indiscreet Modern Music Rocket Fuel In The Octave http://www.earthlink.net/~thesonics/

Date: Sun, 21 Sep 1997 17:14:37
From: BassManT@aol.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #11-part one

I am interested in the band Skew Siskin, which I found out from Lemmy how great they were. I have got their first album, but they now have another album out that I can't seem to find anywhere. In the last Overnight Sensation news letter, one of the guitarist from Skew Siskin had a message posted. What I need from you, if you can help me is some kind of address be it e-mail, record company or otherwise to get in touch with him, the band or management, so I can find out how too get their albums etc. If you can help me I would appreciate it. this band absolutely Rocks! The word needs to be spread around by anybody and everybody. If Lemmy endorses this band nothing else needs to be said. Thanks

C. Anthony
- Allen/BassManT@aol.com

Date: Mon, 22 Sep 1997 12:45:47
From: hannig@uni-muenster.de
Subject: os: video

Hello, Motorhead-Fans,

yesterday I watched again my old Motorhead-video "Live In Toronto". This was taped on the Iron-Fist-Canada/USA-tour with the classical line-up Lem, Philthy, Fast Eddie. It's nearly the whole show and an interview with the band in a record store in Toronto.

I wonder if this show was the last ever gig with Eddie Clarke? I read that Eddie quit after a show in Toronto on this tour, because of Lemmy's duet of horrible "Stand By Your Man" with Plasmatic's Wendy O'Williams. Was it that gig?? The interview shows the band making fun and horsing around; no sign, that Eddie was about to leave the band in the next days.

Maybe you know it, Ace?? Or someone out there in Motorhead-supporter-land?

BTW: Great work, Ace; thank you for doing this!!!!!!!!
Martin, Germany

Date: Mon, 22 Sep 1997 14:37:38 (MET DST)
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: motorhead on television

Hello, fellow Motorheadbangers,

In the last few OS issues, movies are mentioned in which Lemmy/Motorhead appear. In addition to this, I would like the to mention the fact that Motorhead played live in the brilliant British comedy "The Young Ones" back in 1984. In the episode called "Bambi", they play "Ace Of Spades". Line up: Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister (bass/vocals), Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor (drums), Phil "Wizzo" Campbell (guitar), Michael "Wurzel" Burston (guitar). Apart from that appearance, my favorite character (a punk called Vyvyan, played by Adrian Edmondson) wears Motorhead shirts in quite some episodes while smashing the house and/or his housemates. Check it out! When you watch the complete series, please note that series 2 are significantly funnier than series 1.

Ice Thijs

Date: Mon, 22 Sep 1997 12:05:35 -0300
From: hvegas@netex.com.ar (Juan)
Subject: os: salutes and questions from argentina

ACE: first of all congratulations,this isue 11# is great and complete. and if someone can answer me if is true that an motorhead tribute is coming up and another of AC/DC please if somebody can do me a little report (bands, songs, rec.company etc).and send me an e-mail.

Thanks. Ace if you need something from me ask me.

Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 12:05:49
From: Okaempf@aol.com
Subject: os old issue request and more

Dear Ace


Great to see that big interest in the OS Projekt. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!

Here is something for issue 12:

>Hello Motoerhead brothers and Sisters.
Is there anybody that has or knows Motoerhead CD Acetates. I have got some and would like to campare them to other known CDRs. My Acetates are on TDK "CD RXG.....". Perhaps anybody can help. All the Best to all Motoermaniacs out there Oliver Kaempf
( - Okaempf@aol.com)>

All the Best

Oliver Kaempf, Stuttgart, Germany

PS: If anybody has questions about Vinyl and other collectable things from Motoerhead you can give them my adress (mail). I think I will be able toi help. I do not know if you know that I have made a 1200 titles including Motoerhead discography. I own myself 880 Motoerhead rarities.

** EDITOR - 800 Rarities (?!?!?!?!?) Holy S**T!! Well, Oliver, you are probably approaching "authority" level when it comes to this subject, care to write up an article or story about your collection?

Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 01:11:21 -0300
From: "Fernando Mozzon" fmoz@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: spanish

I saw a message in Spanish, is posible to write in Spanish or the oficial language is English.?

Thank's for all
and thanks for do this mail-list of Motorhead.

- Saludoslegion@img.net
E-Mail: fmoz@cvtci.com.ar

**EDITOR: Write in Spanish if you want... we don't descriminate here... I just don't know what percentage of the list can speak Spanish! :-)

Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 12:18:55 +0600 (GMT+0600)
From: "C.Dinesh Raj" dnash@jncasr.ac.in
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #11-part one

Hi Ace,

Thanks for the good service. I first saw motorhead at the LONDON Astoria and it was a religious experience. This is because i have been a mh fan for a long long time but being in india you hardly get to see such bands. Luckily i went to England for my studies and that was a chance of my life to see my favourite band.


Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 10:08:41
From: Reijo Venlinen - repe@sci.fi
Subject: os: motorhead in movies

Hi everybody,

I'm a new member of this Motorheadgroup so I don't know if anyone has mentioned this before. Lemmy is acting as a story-teller in a movie "Tromeo & Juliet", which is the new version of Shakespeare's old theme. It is released year 1996 by the firm Troma. It also contains music of Motorhead. Also one interesting film is "She" which is directed by Avi Nesher and released in 1981? (I'm not sure about the year..). It's a barbarian movie genre and contains also music of Motorhead.

Eat the Rich!

Date: Thu, 25 Sep 97 11:37:06
From: Ben Deschamps - bdescham@chat.carleton.ca
Subject: os

Ben here again.

First off: I would love to pop down to Toronto to pick up some imports. Unfortunately Toronto is 550 miles from my place (no joke) and we don't get many imports in the sticks. Didn't mean to imply that Canada is in any way a backwater, just large parts of its frigid-ass outback.

Second: To our dear host and manager of this fine publication: I would be willing to devote my time to certain organizational duties with regards to this tribute project. Please contact me; you have my address. I don't know where exactly your mastering studio is, but there are several good ones where I am (believe it or not) and I know many of the owners; I'd be willing to work something out (or try). I also have the facilities to do CD submastering for the early attempts. Write soon, amice. This project is too cool to let die.

The Ben.

**EDITOR: Thanks Ben! I will be sure to involve you any way I can. Our studio is located in the heart of Beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada.

Date: Thu, 25 Sep 1997 18:08:37
From: Bart - bart@snpp.demon.co.uk
Subject: films and old gigs

-Ace O Trump - legion@img.net wrote about
>"Airheads"-Directed by Michael Lehmann
>"Hardware"-Directed by Richard Stanley
>"John Bobbit uncut"-Who cares who directed it??
>One of the lousiest XXX movies I have ever seen.The only things worth
>are some BIG boobs and the old bastard himself (check his words).
Eat the Rich.

>Is there anybody out there who saw Motorhead in the 70's and 80's?
>All the correspondence seems to relate to the 90s.

Saw them late 70s and early 80s. Infact I still have the TShirst from the bomber tour ! There were as good then as they are now,but they were different. I recall Fast eddie complaining on the Iron fist tour that he preferred the old style rather than the new. And as for Phil-does anyone know why he left AGAIN ? Something to do with his neck ?

Homer Simpson (Local Boob)

Date: Fri, 26 Sep 1997 20:58:42
From: SHELBY340@aol.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #10

Ace, I would definitely be interested in buying a tribute album. I have been a motorhead fan for only about 8 months now. In that time i have collected 12 cd's. My favorite is Sacrifice. I very interested in a rerelease of Orgasmatron and Rock and Roll if it happens. I hope the new album is faster and even more furious.

I was fortunate enough to see MH here in Detroit at the Palladium. Was this the last show before the cancellation? Anyway, me and my buddy are walking around the place and I see this guy with long sideburns sitting at the bar . HOLY SHIT!!! It's Lemmy. Just sitting there at the bar talking with fans. I was very impressed. I bought a tour shirt and asked him to sign it with a magic marker, he was pretty cool. Good luck with this page, I think it's really great to hear what all the other MH fans have to say. Later

Date: Sun, 28 Sep 1997 17:10:20
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: u.k. support bands

What happened with Motorhead's support bands for their UK live shows?

Before it was advertised that DbH and Skew Siskin would be supporting. But in the last couple of weeks the ad in Kerrang magazine says that Novocaine would be taking Skew's place.

No matter who's supporting, but I haven't really heard of those three bands. Can someone please tell me what sort of music to those bands do? ie - are they thrash, death metal, industrial rock, etc? Earlier this year at London Astoria, we had Stimulator as Motorhead's support. They did NIN type music and I thought it was a bit way out of the audience's taste. People around me were getting impatient and trying to boo the support band off stage. On the Sacrifice Tour we had Cathedral which was more like it!

Anyway - look forward to seeing MH at Brixton Academy 25th October. I've got my standing-area ticket and I hope to be right at the front row again!

Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 20:11:14
Subject: backwards talk!

From: wiggedywak@juno.com (Bri C Sullivan)

Since this is a forum for the metal community, and we're an obsessive lot, I was wondering if anyone knows what Lemmy is saying it the beginning and middle of Nightmare/the dreamtime. Is it anything? And perhaps someone has also figure out the Ozzy backwards talking on {I think} No More Tears, or on the Iron Maiden song "Still Life"?

Rock on,
Barnickel Bri'

Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 11:16:11
From: Christopher Adrian Anderson - caanders@acs.ucalgary.ca
Subject: os: a fan from calgary

I picked up a copy of Overnight Sensation the other day. Not a bad album, but definately not the best. That title would have to go to either Overkill or Orgasmatron. No Remorse doesn't really count, as its a collection mainly. I have to ask, however, any ideas why Motorhead didn't come to Calgary for this tour? I mean, they came with Black Sabbath on the Sacrifice tour, and as far as I'm concerned, as I am sure a lot of people in attendance would agree, Lemmy & co. blew Sabbath off the stage. I mean, half the audience left after Motorhead finished the set. It pissed me off that it didn't sell out, but that doesn't mean that they couldn't come back. Best recollection was the dedication of Killed By Death to the security of the venue, which Lemmy referred to as "all these bastards down 'ere". TI have to agree with John's letter from OS9 however, The mosh pit was pretty intense, with people being carried out on stretchers. I mean, I had always thought the purpose of going to a show was to enjoy the music, not to see how many people you could put in hospital. Motorhead rules, but if you didn't know that, I suppose you wouldn't be reading this.


** EDITOR: I get this sort of question A LOT through the Lemmy Speaks section of the web page. "Why didn't you play my town on the last tour" or "when are you coming to my town again". The truth of the matter is that it is entirely reliant on a promoter in your town setting up a show. Motorhead does not book the shows, they just play 'em. So, get on your local promoters case and he might see that there are enough MH fans in Cow Town to bring the Master Of Metal back again to deal their brand of guitar death.


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