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Issue #18 - November 29, 1997

OS: Lemmy Has Spoken!
OS: Lemmy
OS: Lemmy and SF writers
OS: The real Thing/ or why I like nice bootleggers
OS - Mikkey criticism
OS - Replies
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #17
OS: MH Winners CD's mailed
OS: bootlegs and language
OS: Release date?
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #17
OS: Lemmy Bass Webpage
Os : The younger generation and the set list
OS: Censorship
OS: Tour date correction


Date: November 29, 1997
From: ace@nextlevel.com
Subject: os: lemmy has spoken!

Well, I finally had the chance to talk to Lemmy this week. Our interview lasted about 40 minutes and will soon be available in Real Audio off of the Official Motorhead Web Page. In the meantime, here are some of the highlights we discussed:

* Some of the new songs are "Don't Lie To Me", "Assassins", "Snake Hips Boy" and possible "Whore".
* Howard Benson is producing again. Possible name for album could be "Assassins"
* Discussed the recent tour of England and Russia
* Talked about Blackie Lawless... a quote from Lemmy "I wouldn't piss in his mouth if his teeth were on fire!"
* Talks about the aborted Hawking show(s)
* He is very impressed by our tribute to Motorhead

We'll get it up ASAP.

The tribute project is coming along nicely. For those of you new to the list, let me recap...

We got into a discussion about the lack of tribute(s) out there in the world honoring our favorite band of bangers, Motorhead! So, being the kind of do-it-yourselfers that we are, we decided, what the hell, let's do it ourselves! The Overnight Sensation list is filled with lots of talented musicians. And, it is not to late for your band to participate. If you would like to contribute a track our Motorhead Tribute Project, please e-mail me at ace@nextlevel.com with the subject line reading OS TRIBUTE: I WANT IN!. I will e-mail you seperately with details on submissions.

Now, on to the hard part. All of you OS members... we need a name for this project. Put on your metal thinking caps and send me your ideas for the name of this collection of tribute songs. E-Mail me at ace@nextlevel.com and make the subject line OS TRIBUTE: I'VE GOT THE NAME!. Send as many as you can think of.

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 00:24:10
From: Evil Clam - ironfist@capitalnet.com
Subject: os: lemmy

Hi, all you Motorheadbangers!

I've been a subscriber to Overnight Sensation since the beginning ( AWESOME JOB ACE!!), and this is the first time I'm sending a post in just for the hell of it.

I've met Lemmy, Mickey and, Phil a number of times in Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa (yes, Ottawa!), Canada, and I just wanted to let you all know that they are the COOLEST people in the world! Considering just how important to heavy music in general Lemmy and Motorhead are, you would think there would be some attitude or "rock star" there, but nope! Lemmy is completely down to earth, and a super cool guy. He doesn't brush you off or leave quickly. I've met him in bars and I was even fortunate enough to have obtained a backstage pass for their last show in Toronto at RPM Warehouse back in January of 1996, and he treated me with respect and as an equal. No attitude at all! We talked about music and he was genuinely interested in what I had to say. It's just one more reason why Motorhead is the GREATEST band ever!


See ya... Evil Clam
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Date: Sat, 22 Nov 1997 23:18:05 PST
From: "BL Young" blyoung@hotmail.com
Subject: os: lemmy and sf writers

Does anybody know if the Farren credited with helping write some of the early Motorhead songs is the same guy as Mick Farren, who has written some SF books?
I think because of the Hawkwind affiliation in the early days there is a strong possibility.
Trivia: Who can name the book (published by DAW) which was dedicated to Lemmy? It's not SF, but fantasy...

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Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 14:30:28
From: Okaempf@aol.com
Subject: os: the real thing/ or why i like nice bootleggers

Hello fellow MHB brothers and sisters - Hello other Motoermaniacs

1. About Bootlegs and Lemmy.
I can tell you all that Lemmy does not hate the bootlegs, he hates the men behind the products. Those guys make money from things they haven't been a part at. The bootleggers do not play rock'n roll, they earn from it. When I get a new boot I often buy 2 and srnd then one to Mr Kilmister. Cause he likes to have them itself. (Also Wuerzel used to collect the boots). So please Mr Bootlegger out there: "Send your nice little silver or black records to Lemmy (If you do not have it's adress send it to me, or give it to him at a concert) so he will perhaps forgive you a bit and you will have a better conscience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2. I am still looking out for somebody that owns CD Acetates. I have some and would like to know how other look like.

3. I still sell my Motoerhead Discography (computer list) with 1200 different Motoerhead 12",7",LP,CD;CDMaxi,MC,Videos,Printed Papers... . I send it out to the world for 10 DM in Germany. 8 US$, 5 pounds sterling or 4 IRCs. I have at the moment 140 Motorhead records for sale.

4. I like to make a thinn discography of all known Acetates, White labels and testpressings. If you have some of this stuff:
Please send copies from 1. cover
2. labels on vinyl
3. cue sheets -
THANKS !!!!!!

5. Does anybody like to swap Motoerhead tour tickets, I have a box of them here...

6. Is anybody interested in an other story about: "Why it is important to collect Motoerhead records?" like at OS Nr: 13? So please write me and I'll do another chapter for next Overnight Sensation issue.

Cheers and all the very Best

Oliver Kaempf

Marquardtstr. 8, D-70184 Stuttgart, Germany
Tel & Fax: 0 711232344, e-mail: OKaempf@aol.com

**Editor: I would love to see another chapter. I mentioned your article on Iron Fist to Lemmy in the interview. What until you hear his comments! :-)

Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 18:26:19
From: MATINEESS@aol.com
Subject: re: os - mikkey criticism

Following the recent reviews and subsequent to and fro over Mikkey having missed a couple of beats (or not) I'd like to add a bit of background info.. Having been fortunate to have spent some small amount of time with the band during the recent UK tour (every gig but Glasgow) I have to say that I didn't notice any "errors" of any note throughout the entire tour. There undoubtedly would be - during the course of 90 minutes at however many beats per minute the various songs are - but these are the things that make every gig that little bit different.

Your correspondents might like to know that Mikkey was up for about 2 hours after each gig soaking his hands in salt water to harden them up and thus aleviate the pain caused by having blisters UNDER the skin of his hands!! As he explained to me - you can tape up fingers but not palms, and the hotter you get the more you have to grip the sticks to offset the problem of sweat causing the sticks to slip. This makes the problem worse. As a long time (for this read 'old') fan I loved Philthy but I can honestly say that Mikkey is, in my opinion, better. He is also a damn nice geezer and always takes time out to talk to the fans. Criticism of him should perhaps be tempered with a rider that he's a far better drummer than anyone else likely to read this and does a better job than we could ever dream of.

On a personal level could I ask you, Ace, to pass on my thanks to Lemmy and the band (and the crew and the Teletubbies - he'll know!) for an excellent tour, their hospitality to me a humble fan, and a hope that they will do as was mentioned and return for another tour soon.

The band left the UK for a short tour of Russia. Anyone got the dates and venues?

Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 18:59:24
From: MATINEESS@aol.com
Subject: re: os - replies

Here are a couple of replies to questions posed in previous postings of OS that seem not to have been dealt with by anyone else.

Eat The Rich - the Movie. Was filmed and produced by a company known as 'The Comic Strip'. They made many comedy films in the 80's in the UK, mainly for TV. They appear on UK based satellite (Astra) channels but not often. Usually under the title of "The Comic Strip Presents..... Eat The Rich (or whatever the title happened to be)". This was available on video but not for long, and was priced at about #60 - or $96US when I saw it!! Also look out for "The Comic Strip presents... South Sea Island Raiders" about the Falklands conflict which also starred Lem. Lemmy also appears in a film called Hardware as a futuristic taxi driver!! Well worth checking out. I'm also told that he's in a film about the Bobbit guy whose wife removed his apendage!! Not seen it (the film) but apparantly it is available on video.

Fast Loose and Live CD is one of a collection of releases which are compilations of unused studio recordings, the rights to which are owned by Fast Eddie. He's making some money by their releases and, whilst I don't know the current line-up's feelings, are welcomed by completists such as myself. Personally I'd snap up recordings of tracks made by the band every time, even if they decided not to release them on the official albums. Most of the unusual track titles on these are known songs going under their 'working' and subsequently changed, titles.

The working title of the new album is 'Smoke'. My suggestion for a title for a Motorhead album is "Caveat Emptor". Latin for...... well I'll let you look it up, but it sums up the situation completely in my opinion.

A question posed previously was "What happens at the party after the gig?" and "Who was at Brixton". To answer the first - relaxing by the band, chatting, and DRINK. Number vary from gig to gig. Nottingham had about 20, Newport loads due to it being Phil's home gig and his son's band having opened proceedings. Wolverhampton was quieter, Cambridge likewise. Portsmouth was non-existant but 6 including Mikkey went to a couple of clubs whilst London was heaving. 200 or so? Not a vast array of celebreties but included Kim (from Girlschool), Fast Eddie, the band's manager Todd, over from the US, Krusher (off of British tv) and Ginger (from the Wildhearts). Much drink and, in case you wonder, not a free bar!!

Hope these bits are of interest.
Thanx to the band for just being, and thanks for this site.

Date: Sat, 22 Nov 1997 16:54:43
From: "nobeard" nobeard@xs4all.nl
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #17

The subject was Overnight Sensation Issue #17 but Ace O Trump wrote:

Hi guys, guyettes,


I read my mail in the morning (erh, early afternoon) before the medication kicks in (accute heavy metal poisoning of the _real_ kind kinda screwed my lymfatic system) and WAY before breakfast, so please, keep the all-caps messages to yourself..... yes?

You are not calling for atention to yourself, you are making your message REAL hard to read.

-Head edictator TRIBE MAGAZINE-

][ http://www.xs4all.nl/~nobeard ][ TRIBE MAGAZINE
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Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 09:55:25 -0800 (PST)
From: thesonics@earthlink.net (Jay Siekierski)
Subject: motorhead kbfh review

This review was done for KBFH Records. It is on my site. Hope you dig it! J

Motorhead King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Motorhead/King Biscuit Flower Hour Records

What a blast of killer mayhem this new King Biscuit Flower Hour Records CD on Motorhead is! This live 7 song CD was recorded live at L'Amour East, Queens, New York, August 10, '83. I remember this gig when I was living in N.Y. But I missed it and with deep remorseful regret! But now its officially released on CD and I got it!!! WOW! Brian Robertson may not have been every Motorhead fans fave in the git spot...But he did a great job during his Motorhead mileage and this CD proves it! Lemmy & Co. spit out a blazing molten fire of WHITE HEAT that will leave your brains topsy turvey after one listen to this CD! 'The Lemster' ROCKS, 'Philty' ROCKS & 'The Robbo' ROCKS! THIS CD IS DANGEROUS!!! At the time Motorhead were promoting their new Another Perfect Day album and the tunes on this release include "Back At The Funny Farm," "Tales Of Glory," "Marching Off To War," the classics "Iron Horse/Born To Lose," Another Perfect Day," "Shine" & "I Got Mine" plus a recent 21:14 interview with 'The Lemster' on his reflections of this show, 'Robbo' & Motorheads' illustrious colorful career! Great liner notes and cool pix of Lemmy grinding it down roundout this CD package. A MUST for any Motorhead Banger! Jay Siekierski

The Sonics All Music Site. Published By Jay Siekierski In The OCTAVE http://www.earthlink.net/~thesonics Carlos Santana Interview Live From The Dyansen Gallery S.F. Ca. Is Up. Coming! Stones Live Review From Oakland Ca.

Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 09:57:29 -0800 (PST)
From: thesonics@earthlink.net (Jay Siekierski)
Subject: mh winners cd's mailed

Those of you MH fans who won the MN KBFH CD contest on my site, the label has been given your info & has mailed out the Cd's. Thank from both The Sonics All Music Site & KBFH Records.

The Sonics All Music Site. Published By Jay Siekierski In The OCTAVE http://www.earthlink.net/~thesonics Carlos Santana Interview Live From The Dyansen Gallery S.F. Ca. Is Up. Coming! Stones Live Review From Oakland Ca.

Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 15:11:55
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: bootlegs and language

city kids boys and girls everywhere,
hi you headbangers, reading the first issue of OS, I just had to give my view on bootlegs, they are to the Band what milk chocolat is to dark chocolat,ie they try toshow the band in their released, wild, enraged form,a form which people will appreciate more because it's said to be better, but milk-chocolate will never replace the real thing, I buy bootlegs for the cover mainly, but the songs are on the albums, it's not with a bootleg you'll get the impression of being at a gig-the only way to feel noise is to be there-bootlegs are always dissappointing in that respect...therefore pirate bootlegs are a double evil!(except for those who went to the concert[maybe?]).As for using bad language-my philosophy teacher(lemmy from Motorhead to name him) once mentioned that the best ripost is to show that you don't need to swear, only losers need to swear, other people have got better ways to show they're right -You've got to live to win,.Don't indulge in being proud, it only keeps th!
em keen....
have fun...
Daniel the super-saiyan...

Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 21:38:12
From: Kalle Westerlind - kalle.westerlind@usa.net
Subject: os: release date?

Is there a relese date for the next album yet?

** Editor: I am told to expect it in February or March.

Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 08:53:13 -0300
From: "StarNet On-Line" suporte@starnet.com.br

Hello Headbangers Around The World, I'm from brazil and I want to receive e-mails from all the world... I need to "talk" with all you headbangers... So send me your opinions .... HEAVY METAL RULES THE EARTH !

Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 20:13:28
From: MABsports@aol.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #17

Love the OS..Motorhead are my favorite band and it's great to read about them and hear from peopel who feel the same....

I have a few questions maybe you or someone can answer... What's Fast Eddie been up to? The debut from Fastway was great, but that band's career really went down the tubes..Does Lemmy ever talk to him?

How about Brian Robertson...To be honest, Another Perfect Day is my favorite Motorhead album..it's brilliant...Did Brian fall victim of excess or is he still recording?

How about Philthy and Pete Gill..why did Wurzel leave?

Speaking of bootlegs..I'm interested if anyone may have a copy(if one was made?) of the 12/5/84 gig in Cleveland Ohio where the plaster came down from the ceiling and the show was stopped. Loudest anything I've ever heard..I'd love to get a copy of that if I could..Keep up the good work

Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 21:53:33
From: "tim shockley" ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: lemmy bass webpage

If you haven't already been there, Rickenbacker has a page for Lemmy's Limited Edition Bass. It's at http://www.rickenbacker.com/us/4004lk.htm It's a great shot of him & the bass, plus info!

Tim Shockley MHB672(H)

Date: Thu, 27 Nov 1997 20:26:55
From: wiggedywak@juno.com (Bri C Sullivan)
Subject: Os : The younger generation and the set list

Althugh there is sme hpe for the yunger generatin, there is nt much. I'm 14 and have been int the 'head fr abut 3 years, but I always get a "Who?" when I mentin Motrhead. Unfrtunately my generatn was breast-fed t the likes f Spice Girls, New Kids, Bush, and s frth. The radi spews ut Green Day and New Metallica {ugh!}, wasting valuable radi waves that culd be used fr metal/hard rck. Well, enugh abut that. My first concert, abut a year ag in Prvidence, was Motrhead/Di and it kicked ass! Hwever s many f the newer sngs were left ut, Liar, Lst in yur Ozne, Bad Religin, March r die, Out f the sun, Make 'em blind, and sme f the ld stuff {'cause they're nt cnsidered classics} Sht yu in the back, Black heart, Sweet Revenge, etc. I knw I'll prbably be the aim f excessive amunts of hate fr this, but cmpared t mst Motrhead, the sng Ace f Spades isn't ALL that great!

The mad Umlauter

**Editor: PLEASE do not use the Umlaut when sending posts, they almost always don;t turnout as recognizable characters.

Date: Thu, 27 Nov 1997 14:53:52 -0000
From: Vaughan James - jamesv@blythswood.org.uk
Subject: "os"

Dear Ace

My utmost appologies for any upset that has been caused by my "foul mouth". I will keep my opinions to myself and hopefully that will keep the girls and boys happy.

If the person (Curly Slipper) is affended - sorry, just telling it like it is. Also, my name is Vaughan, not James Vaughan.

Yes Glasgow is further than Ireland!

Vaughan James

**Editor: I do not think it is a case of keeping your opinions to yourself, I think it is more of a case of maybe grinding the harsh edges off of those opinions. The last thing I want to do is stop you from saying what's on your mind... all I am trying to do is establish a common ediquette for our mutual enjotment of Overnight Sensation.

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 1997 12:07:13
From: "troglaw" troglaw@ix.netcom.com
Subject: os: censorship

The internet in general, and this particular Motorhead endeavor, are about the free exchange of thoughts and ideas. Censorship in any form is potentially dangerous, and that danger is exacerbated when exercised in the context of the written word.

Many people find unnecessary profanity unfortunate. But it can also be helpful. It impacts directly on the crediblity we give to the writer's words and thoughts. Censorship eliminates this helpful information. I've never met Mr. Vaughan and don't know him. But I am now able to weigh his words and assess them accordingly.

As a crass analogy, it was much easier to address racism when the worst of the racists could easily be identified by their white robes and hoods while marching down the street; now censorship has successfully driven them to instead congregate in board rooms wearing $1000 suits. Is that better or worse? Someone a lot smarter than me will have to figure that out.

It would be presumptuous for me to suggest how anyone should raise their children. Profanity is everywhere -- even in Motorhead songs. Reality can be difficult sometimes. Some folks try to learn from it, both how to act and how not to act. But shielding ourselves and our children from it can be an easy solution. And should anyone choose to shield themselves from this collection of Motorhead maniacs, I wish them the very best.

But Ace, this is no place for censorship. If some readers are offended, we will lose them with regret. But the alternative is not acceptable. And Ace, do you really have the time to censor? We're very fortunate that you do all that you do.

I don't know if should admit this, but out of the 20 or so times I've seen Motorhead, I can remember one time in particular that they weren't very good at all. Actually, relative to other times I had seen them, they really sucked. Bad night, I guess. It was a few years ago in Toledo and I had seen them the night before in Detroit, where they were great. Quite disappointing after the drive.

OK, I did it. I've betrayed the cause. Now, come after me, Mr. Vaughan, with all the venom your words can muster. Hit me with your best -- I'm a big boy.

One last thing -- a few months ago I wrote about a friend who had been promised stuff that she never got, and I impugned Ace in the process. Ace has come through like a champion. She ended up getting an autographed CD, poster, guitar picks, etc. You're the best, dude. You made somebody very happy. You do an unbelievable job. Keep it up.


** Editor: And the internal struggle continues...

P.S. Thanks for the kind words... :-)

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 1997 20:32:56
From: MATINEESS@aol.com
Subject: os: tour date correction

Dear Ace -
On the website the tour dates listed for 1997 include 10 October Glasgow Barrowlands. This gig didn't exist - and according to the venue it never did. The next entry for the 18th - same venue was correct. Can you throw any light on this - was it scheduled or what?

**Editor - Well, sometimes in my badgering of Motorhead's Management, they occasionally breakdown and provide me with TENTATIVE lists of tour dates... and I post them. I must not have edited things properly and left the non-exsistant date up. The reality is that most of the time you all get the tour dates before I do... oh well.


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