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Issue #13 - October 11, 1997

OS: Another Perfect Day
OS: Answers to some questions in #12
OS: vote for lemmy for ozz fest
OS: Films...
OS: Motorhead fans
OS: your contact with Motorhead
OS: Fast Eddie's last gig
OS: Motorhead Tribute Album
OS: Viking from the south
OS: re: U.K. Support bands
OS: promoters
OS: Graham Bonnet
OS: tape
OS: Answer to why Philthy left Motorhead
OS: Backmasking on Nightmare The Dreamtime


Date: October 11, 1997
From: legion@img.net
Subject: os: another perfect day

Hello all fellow Motorheadbangers! Well, the past two weeks has found my life riddled with chaos. I have moved again for the second time in three months. But, on the good side, this move is good for a while. I have settled into a beautiful two bedroom suite that allows me all of the flexibility and freedom I have been craving.

So, as a result of the colossal task of moving again, I missed on weeks issue of Overnight Sensation. Oh well, I know you will all understand.

On to the subject of the tribute album. I guess the place to start is to pick what songs we would like to play. I like Ben's suggestion that we should probably stay away from Ace of Spades. Also, let's not indulge in any of the covers that Motorhead did (e.g. Louie Louie). So, e-mail me your top choice of song to perform, as well as two alternates (in order of preference). Send it to legion@img.net and make the subject line "OS Tribute Picks". I literally get over 100 e mails a day, so using this method will help me keep organized and help you not get lost in the shuffle.

OK... let the party begin!

P.S. We put up some new LEMMY SPEAKS questions on the webpage... check them out!

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 23:21:13
Subject: os: answers to some questions in #12

From: shluzas@juno.com (David R Kellerman)

First, I'll answer the question about how much the leather jacket No Remorse double record is worth. I've seen 3 or 4 copies of it, all for around $35 (mine was $30, but a small piece about one inch by 1/4 inch is missing from the top), and well worth the money. The cardboard cover I've seen for about $8. Keep in mind, this is to the best of my knowledge, and only in Boston, where we sort of have a surplus of used Motrhead records (not cd's, though), each going for about $4. I like that.
On to the next question: the one about what the hell Lemmy sez (he sez blah blah woof woofa, but that's only on Overnight Sensation) at the beginning and middle of Nightmare/the Dreamtime (a really kick-ass song). He says nothing. It's all babbling incoherently. I recorded it onto my computer and played it backwards, and it was about as understandable as hearing it forwards. In Still Life I can't quite make it out, but I think it's something about a sandwich and a soda, and then he belches. I can't tell what he says in No More Tears because the music masks it. That cleared up nothing!

-Bill Parcells

Hold it right there, El Guapo, or I'll fill you so full of lead you'll be using your dick as a pencil!

Date: Wed, 01 Oct 1997 00:40:37
From: Aaron Caswell - aaron.c.caswell@uwrf.edu
Subject: os: vote for lemmy for ozz fest

great page great mailings!

hey everyone, i got e-mail from ozzy's record company that wanted me to reply with my top 4 picks for next year's OZZ FEST. my #1 pick was motorhead of course. i encouage everyone who reads this to do the same. the e-mail address is: WORLDOFOZZ@AOL.COM

DO IT NOW!!!!!

i don't know if motorhead has played any ramones songs, but i saw the black boys from NYC on lolla in '96 and they played lemmy's wonderful tribute to themselves as part of a medoly that included the spider-man theme song. i remeber the young ones from when mtv used to play them on sunday nights. vivian wore motorhead, kiss (rock and roll over) & whitesnake shirts. that show was way funny! anyone know if it's on cable or satalite?

lastly, i'd love to get motorhead to the twin cities (st. paul & minneapolis) a hell of a lot more regular. anyone in the area with me on this? now that the mirage is closed down we'd have to bug 1st ave or the medina entertainment center (probably our best bet). who's up for it?
thanks, ac

Subject: os: films...

Date: Wed, 1 Oct 97 16:14:05
From: Ketil Svendsen - ketils@fiskaren.no

i'd like to point out a coupla movies starring lemmy/motorhead:
the mid-eighties comic strip (yes, the ones behind the young ones) film 'eat the rich' where the 'gill-line-up' are seen playing 'doctor rock' (if i don't remember wrong) after the band - without lemmy (he's mingling with the 'audience') - has finished playing some *really* cheesy lounge music(!). lemmy, then with a kitchy gibson(?) bass, enters the stage and rocks the place! the film is *full* of motorhead tunnes (mostly from orgasmatron). lemmy is the only one of the band that plays any part - as 'spider', a sorta 'handyman' for secret service (or whatever...). i can really recommend this film! it's a black comedy about common(?!?) people's rebellion against the RICH (and yes - they're being eaten!)

HARDWARE: (is this the right title?) cult classic sci-fi (from about the same period) features lemmy as a taxi-driver (SORT of). i only remember this film vaguely, being totally smashed out at the moment :P

THE YOUNG ONES: british hate-it-or-love-it comy series, starring lemmy and the boys in at least one episode. -did they star in 'airheads' anyone?

my motorhead page:

'...cant get enough/and you know it's righteous snuff/goes up like prices at christmas...'

best wishes for ya all

Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 11:13:00
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 18:49:15
From: Okaempf@aol.com
Subject: os: motorhead fans


I had planned to deal with the issue of Motorhead fans and their stereotypical image, but the email from Don summed it up perfectly. All I want to add is that I find it extremely comforting to know that people in high places are listen to Motorhead. As has been mentioned, Motorhead is an attitude and a damn healthy one at that. The more our number can infiltrate positions where hypocrisy, back-stabbing and double values are the norm, we better off we shall all be.

While I'm on, can anyone tell me why Wurzel split? Excuse my ignorance but I don't read the metal magazines. They really get on my tits.

Take it easy...

Birmingham, England

Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 20:17:00
From: "Jim Taylor" jtaylor@theworks.com
Subject: your contact with motorhead

I see from your very appreciated web forum about Motorhead that you have good connections with Motorhead's management. I am really starting to wonder why you haven't helped Vaughn James (in Scotland) or myself in our attempts to contact these people. I haven't seen a single bit of advice from you, and am really starting to wonder why.

I sincerely hope that you are not giving your readers the same shafting that Tod Singerman has given so many of Motorhead's fans, including myself. Your help is slightly overdue and would be greatly appreciated.

Jim Taylor

P.S. I'm the one who has been trying to contract them to play at my wedding. She won't hold out forever!

**EDITOR: Jim... I must say that when I first read your note, I was annoyed. You are right, I have decent connections to the band and it's management. Wether you realize it or not, Todd Singerman and Singerman Entertainment ARE the managers for Motorhead.

But, I realize that things can get very frustrating on your end too. So, I did have a lengthy conversation about both you and Vaughn with someone at Singerman the other day and they gave me some info to help you out. Unfortunately, I managed to pack it in my move. I promise to get the info to you as far as a booking company within the next few days.

Hope that helps... or at least it will in a couple of days...

From: - ola.nyberg@system3r.se
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 12:02:34
Subject: fast eddie's last gig

Hello music lovers,

Martin ( - hannig@uni-muenster.de) from Germany wanted to know whether the Toronto gig in 1982, where the Live In Toronto video was shot, was Fast Eddie's last with Motorhead. The answer is that it was his penultimate gig with the 'Head, but I can't remember where the last one was...

Somewhere in Canada. By the way, I think Eddie sucked badly that night. His playing sounds very uninspired compared to his performance on the awesome No Sleep Til Hammersmith (live 1981, Leeds University).

Have you ever thought of the fact that the two perhaps greatest rock 'n roll live albums of all time were recorded at the same place, Leeds university, UK?

- Motorhead: No Sleep Til Hammersmith (1981)
- The WHO: Live At Leeds


Ola Nyberg (MHB260)

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Date: Wed, 01 Oct 1997 10:09:55
From: "Guillermo Jauregui" amikus@hotmail.com
Subject: motorhead tribute album

Great Fuckin' Idea Ace!!!

Memo here, from Tijuana Mexico, I play in a band, and we've often wondered why there isn't any Motorhead tributes out there, I recently got my hands on a Judas Priest Tribute and I thought A MOTORHEAD TRIBUTE IS LONG OVERDUE!!! So to all our musician friends out there let get together and make it happen!!!!

Motorheadbangers Forever!!!!

Memo, Solucion Mortal

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Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 12:26:33
From: ASATEJ@asatej.com.ar
Subject: os: viking from the south

Hi there Ace:

I`m a friend of Jose (the Gaucho from Hell), and have been recieving the Overnight Sensations mail forwarded from him. I want to congratulate you for making it possible for all us MHB`s around the world to get together (kind of) and to learn about stuff which we weren`t aware of.

The guys`ve been down here three times, and they were great every time. But the best of all was one where they played as "supporting" act for the Ramones in an open soccer stadium full of people. For me, it was one of the greatest gigs I`ve ever been to. Imagine that they opened the show with "Ace of spades"!!!!!!!!!! I guess this was because most of the crowd was waiting for Ramones so Lemy and Co. just wanted to blow everybodys heads off. After they went of stage it was as the rest didn`t exist. I recall myself watching the Ramones gig as if it was a Julio Iglesias concert: with indiference.

Ace, have you any idea if the guys will be touring the Pampas anytime soon?? Remind Lemy that we've got the best chicks, the best beer and the best meat in the world. (some of the best wines too), The wait`s being too long!!!
Congratulations again Ace, and thanks.

PS: if there is any bastard from anywhere who is willing to write, please do so. Rock along

Soren, Viking from the south
Florida 835 P.3 Of. 320
Buenos Aires (1005)
EMail: informes@asatej.com.ar
WEB Site: http://www.asatej.org
Reservas Telefonicas: 312-0101

**EDITOR: The last word I got as far as tour dates go is that after the current run is over (ending in Russia later this month), the boys will head back to LA to begin writing and recording a new album. I'll keep you posted.

Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 20:47:20 (MET DST)
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: re: u.k. support bands

Dear Sarmad Sheikh and all other Motorheadbangers,

In the last Overnight Sensation mailing list, you asked what music several mentioned Motorhead U.K. support acts make. I never heard of Novocaine, but I saw DbH as a support for Napalm Death on September 12, 1997 (at Paard, The Hague, The Netherlands). First came Flesh Merchants, a Dutch band from The Hague, then DbH and finally headliners Napalm Death. I think the name Napalm Death is indication enough that DbH is not really Motorhead-like music. I really can't label it, but I hate labelling the music bands make - as long as it kicks ass it's allright to me. Unfortunately, I can't say DbH impressed me; I can't remember anything about their performance.

I don't know Skew Siskin or the music they make, but I suggest you check out Overnight Sensation issue #9; one of the band members wrote a message. He can be contacted at:

Jim Voxx - monongo@berlin.snafu.de

Aks him yourself!

Ice Thijs

Date: Thu, 02 Oct 1997 16:17:58
From: "Eric Chetkauskas" zughiaq@hotmail.com
Subject: os: promoters

Ace, You keep telling us that in order for Motorhead to play in our town we have to get on our promoters case about it. Well what I want to know is: who are they and how would we go about doing that?

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**EDITOR: Every city or area has different promoters. The best way to get a hold of them is too look them up in the phone book. If that doesn't work, head on down to your favorite venue and find someone in charge and ask them how you can get ahold of the promoters that put shows in their venue.

Once you find out who/where they are, write them, call them, e-mail them, do whatever you can to let them know how you feel. Get you friends to do the same. The promoter must be convinced that the acts he brings into his area are actually going to draw big enough crows and sell enough tickets to make him some money. CONVINCE HIM!

Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 23:04:19
From: "Edward Stoy" snowballbaby@worldnet.att.net
Subject: graham bonnet

Wondering if you hear anything about this guy, I know it is a little off the Motorhead thing, but I starting listing to Bonnet in Rainbow and just started collecting albums, I'm missing 1, the new album, "Underground". If ya hear anything drop a line. One thing I know, it came out in Japan on 9/10/97.

King Biscuit Rules, this is my 5th album, I have Humble Pie, Deep Purple, Triumph, and Girlschool. I hope they keep coming out with more. This Motorhead is great, love the feed back from that small Hell we called L'Amours.

Michael Bennett

Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 23:37:03 -0300
From: "Fernando Mozzon" fmoz@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: tape

I want to know if is posible to recive the tape called "May I Help You" (you make reference in the Issue #5) can you check with the local post office how much is the shipping to Argentina (Buenos Aires).

Thank's for all.

E-Mail: fmoz@cvtci.com.ar

**EDITOR: Yes, you can have the tape. I mailed out a batch of these this week (update for those of you who have already sent in cash). If you would like one of these tapes, send $3 US if you live in North America or $5 US anywhere else in the world to the following address:

Overnight Sensation Tape Offer
#307 - 3426 Hemlock Street
Penticton, BC
V2A 8C1

Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 01:20:25
From: MTLDREAMS@aol.com
Subject: os: answer to why philthy left motorhead

In OS #12 bart@snpp.demon.co.uk asked

METAL DREAMS: What ever happened to Philthy Animal Taylor? LEMMY: He still lives in Los Angeles but I haven't seen him since he left the band. We didn't part well.

METAL DREAMS: What was the reason for his exit?
LEMMY: We fired him. He was letting this side down. He had been for nearly three years and we had given him three warnings, which is more than most people get in a job. You can't have passengers in a band like this. It's too stripped down and he knew that and we gave him all these chances. I was so sorry that he didn't pull himself together. We had to let him go.
It was attitude. He was just sick of being in Motorhead. He didn't want to play anymore but he was just there for the wages, I think. I don't know really. You'd have to ask him I suppose.
I hope that answers the question. If anybody is interested in purchasing a copy of this issue with Lemmy's 3 page interview drop us an e-mail at MTLDREAMS@aol.com.

Date: Tue, 07 Oct 1997 15:05:55
From: troglaw@ix.netcom.com
Subject: os: backmasking on nightmare the dreamtime

This is in response to wiggedywak.
In an inteview with Mike Heck and John Woods of Rock Out Censorship, the following question and answer appear:
ROC: On the 1916 album we understand the backmasking on Nightmare The Dreamtime contains a special message to Tipper Gore, can you tell us what it says?
Lemmy: Yea, it says "You bastards are never gonna tell me what I can fucking sing about."

Keep up the good work Ace.



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