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OVERNIGHT SENSATION!
Issue #24 - February 8, 1998


OS: Delays, Delays...
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #23
OS: CD-Rom/Hell's Angels
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #23
OS: The Rockin' Vicars and Comics
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #23
OS: Backward Lyrics and Poxy Fuckin' Computers...
OS: Any Motorhead hockey fans out there?
OS: Let's Us Help
OS: New Motorhead web site unleashed!
OS: Iron-fist
OS: MOTORHEAD IS THE GREATEST
OS: UK album release date and tour dates!!!
OS: Thank you very much Mr. Lemmster
OS: Jim Jarmusch
OS: Russian Metal Magazine
OS: Motorhead Merch
OS: To ace trump


OS



Date: February 8, 1998
From: ace@nextlevel.com
Subject: os: delays, delays...


Hello All!

First off, apologies. I have not sent out a new issue of Overnight Sensation for over two weeks now due to circumstances beyond my control. I did, however, get the opportunity to attend this year's N.A.M.M. convention in Los Angeles. For those of you that do not have a clue as to what I'm talking about, N.A.M.M. is the biggest trade show of the year where manufacturers of musical instruments and related garb assemble to show off the latest models to the retail store owners. The show is not open to the public... you either have to be in a band or work at a retail music outlet, or be part of the media (like me... see Metal Edge magazine). Anyway, to wow everyone that attends, the manufacturers call in their chips and have the stars that endorse their products come in and sign autographs for the people in attendance.

The show is so huge though, that you need to make decisions about who you really want to meet. Some of the people I had the good fortune of running into are: Lemmy, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, Joe Satriani, Eddie Van Halen, Michael Anthony, Frankie Banelli, Rudy Sarzo, Tony Iommi, Slash, Gilby Clark, Skunk Baxter, Alan White, Chris Squire, Billy Sherwood, Blas Elias, Chad Smith, Terry Bozzio, Steve Stevens, Vivian Campbell, Bun E. Carlos, Dave Ellefson, Marty Friedman and many, many more.

Lemmy was signing autographs at the Dean Markley booth on saturday. He did not stay long, but plenty of fans got to meet the master amongst the chaos.

Anyway, onto Snake Bite Love... I have now had the chance to live with this album a bit and have formed a few stronger opinions of it. First off, I must say that this is one of the most "accessible" Motorhead releases in some time. Many of the songs on this CD could make it to radio (!). Some of my early favorite tracks are Love For Sale (all about pornography), Don't Lie To Me (another sure-to-be classic in the vein of Going to Brazil) and Joy of Labour. Joy of Labour ends with one of the most heart-felt and soulful guitar solos that I think Phil has ever committed to tape. I can't wait for all of you to hear it!

I have not yet seen the cover artwork, but I am told that it is rendered by our old friend Joe Patagno. It is described to me as Snaggletooth on a cobra's body with a huge open mouth displaying large fangs. Should be another classic cover!

TRIBUTE UPDATE

Most of the entries have arrived. So far, I have the following tapes in my possession:

Decayed Remains Iron Fist Canada
Raw Deal No Voices In The Sky Finland
Revelation Built For Speed USA
M.O.T.O. Killed By Death USA
Notorious Grumble Metropolis USA
The Nothings Vibrator USA
Walter The Hammer Canada
Genuine Dust Poison Sweden
U.S. Distress Live To Win USA
Skew Siskin Boogey-Man Germany
Fallout Stay Clean Canada

I have received only a couple of submissions for cover artwork ideas. PLEASE get your butts in gear if your planning to submit artwork. Here again are the details:

Anyone out there that thinks they have the talent to do up the artwork for this collection, now is the time to step forward. I think the easiest way to do this is for you to send me your artwork in one of two formats:

* Send it as an attached image in either JPEG or GIF format (for now).

* Mail it to me at:

Make 'em Deaf Motorhead Tribute
c/o Ace Trump
#307-3426 Hemlock Street
Penticton, BC
V2A 8K1

All entries need to be in no later than Feb 15/98 at which point I will post them on the Motorhead site and sending out voting forms for everyone to choose their favorites. The winner will get a very special prize... a copy of the Castle Record's Motorhead Sampler that was released in 1996. It has 12 great Motorhead Tracks including several rare tracks. It is a Promo only and is not sold in stores. I only have one, so do your best!

FAQ UPDATE

The initial response to FAQ volunteers has been great! For those of you that missed it last issue, here is a recap...

We really need to create a comprehensive FAQ for Motorhead. If you would like to be part of the research/compilation team, e-mail me a note to ace@nextlevel.com with the subject being "OS: FAQ-I Can Help!". Thanks in advance!

Those of you that have already responded, thanks! As soon as things slow down a bit on my end, I will send out the first organizational post. Thanks for your patience.

A small note of interest... this issue of Overnight Sensation brings our happy family of Motorheadbangers upto 650 strong!

Until next issue!

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL
http://www.nextlevel.com



Date: Sun, 18 Jan 1998 14:37:25 EST
From: Madsqurl - Madsqurl@aol.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #23


My name is Ken "Mad Squirrel" McCann and I am the new assistant music director of WSFX 89.1 & 105.7 FM ,at lccc college (Luzerne County Comunity College) in Pennsylvania. I also write music reviews for the paper called the "Outlook" as well as on the internet.Two questions 1) How do i get a copy of motorheads new album prior to release for review. 2) How do I go about getting an interview with Lemmy? make that three questions- Ande how do i go about getting a motorhead t-shirt, its impossible to get one here in Pennsylvania.Hell at this point i would even settle for getting a motorhead poster for the radio station. I am going to try cmc today to see if i can get a pre release for review,
Mad Squrl

**Editor: CMC is your best bet for both your questions one and two. As far as merchandise goes, I am working on it...



Date: Sun, 18 Jan 1998 16:22:31
From: "tim shockley" ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: cd-rom/hell's angels


First, regarding a Motorhead CD-Rom, at one time several years ago there was a Motorhead computer game. Unfortunately, it was only available on a system that's now near-obsolete. (Amiga?) I believe the game consisted of Lemmy trying to get to a gig on a motorcycle while groupies and such got in the way! I've only seen the game played once, but I do remember a Midi file of "Ace Of Spades" playing throughout it! The game was ahead of its time, much like Motorhead. Now that computers are so accesssible, the game should be brought back, dont'cha think?! As for Lemmy being thrown out of the Hell's Angels, it sounds EXTREMELY unlikely. First, Lemmy has never owned a motorcycle. Second, Lemmy is not a violent person. Studying world wars has only shown him how stupid they are! I'm sure Lemmy has a healthy temper, but violence would be his last resort.
Lucky for Blackie Ball Less...

Tim Shockley MHB672 (H)



Date: Sun, 18 Jan 1998 22:54:04
From: "Nobeard" nobeard@xs4all.nl
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #23


The subject was Overnight Sensation Issue #23 but Ace O Trump wrote:

Hi,
> Geez, seems like I have to quote Airheads every few issues, but,
> hey, what the hell?
> Toward the end, everyone is gathered around the radio station,
> and people are yelling things about how geeky they were
> in high school. Some gimpgopod yells "I played D&D!" Then Lemmy yells,

I play D&D, and I can assure you, it's *not* a geeky thing, some of my fellows are;
-A way cool bartender (of the biker-bar type)
-A major babe!
-Martial arts specialists (several)
-A masseuse (And also a major babe)

Ages vary between 18 and 45.

> in his super-accent and all, "I was editor of the school
> magazine!" Then some idiot yells "I used to masturbate!

I was editor of the alternative school magazine, damn nearly got kicked for that too.

>** Rest of post edited **
>**Editor: I HATE editing posts. I know things can get emotional,
>especially when talking about our favorite band, but there
>is no need to bring racial slurs into the game. Please tone it down a little... thanks!

Anyone who calls himself a Motorhead fan and is a racist, is an idiot. Lemmy has on several occasions spoken out against racism.
But then again, to be racist is equal to being an idiot anyway.

> hEY hEY I LOVE mOTORHEAD
Please, no all-caps messages, they are very hard to read.
> assistant" in the M$ offering, others still use procmail under UNIX, the result is the same.
Under most platforms Pegasus works fine , too, and it's free.
> **Editor: I will consider it.
Please do.
>There is a rumor that you got thrown out of the "HELLS ANGLES"
>or being to rowdy.. Is there any truth to this? Is this
>possiable? Could someone actually be to rowdy for the infamous
>"Hells Angles"? thats it Jim (Kill your Idols)
Lemmy never was in the Angels, he just shared a flat with some, or so I was told.

Greetz.
DD.
VOTA C'93! VOTE C'93! STEM C'93!
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Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 00:46:58
From: "troglaw" troglaw@ix.netcom.com
Subject: os: the rockin' vicars and comics


There is a compilation disc of The Rockin' Vicars. I found it in Canada, and I do not think it is available in the U.S. A friend had borrowed it, so I can't give any more details now. It has blue cover, the band dressed in I think Flemish attire and it mentions Lemmy.

I have two comics with Motorhead: (i) Revotionary Comics/Rock 'N' Roll Comics: Metallica, Motorhead, Megadeth (October 1990) with Metallica on the cover. It's a brief (5 page) history of the band. (ii) Revolutionary Comics/Hard Rock Comics: Megadeth, Motorhead (June 1993) with a shared cover. It's a longer, 10 page, history.

I stumbled across one at a flea market in the middle of nowhere in northern Tennessee. I found the other one at a record collector's show in Detroit.

Keep up the good work Ace.

Don Petersen



Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 01:52:03 EST
From: Motrhead66 - Motrhead66@aol.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #23


One more time Ace, thanx....

To "Maxheadroom"...suuure, Lemmy coulda been the editor of a L.A. highschool magazine...how else could he developed that British accent?
And to "Samoan666"...I'd have to believe it's possible Lemmy was kicked out of the Hell's Angels...unlikely but possible...shit, they kicked that guy out of Gun's n Roses for doing too much heroin...
Finally to "dayth"...I also fell prey to the Motorhead comic only to find out it had nuthin to do with the boys
Oh and Ace....they totally bypassed raleigh on the last tour...any idea if they'll make it through this time???????????

Dwight ( - motrhead66@aol.com)

**Editor: As soon as Singerman gives me tour dates, you will get them, I swear!



From: "SNAGGLETOOTH" MCFIGRG2@fs1.ci.umist.ac.uk
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 13:21:22
Subject: OS: Backward Lyrics and Poxy Fuckin' Computers...

Dear All,

About these backward lyrics in Nightmare/The Dreamtime:- I did actually sit down once and play this backwards to try and work out what He says in the middle, and I can't for the life of me remember...! As I recall, it is quite funny (although complete nonsense), and if anybody is interested, I'll have another listen and write in with what I think are the actual words. It's reassuring to know that I'm not the only MHB risking my sanity and my stylus (well, a friend's stylus if I'm being honest!) in the hope of knowing just that little bit extra about the 'Head. By the way, as far as hidden satanic messages go (if there are any metal-haters out there), the only one I could make out was "Lemmy sez if you hate rock 'n' roll, get your head out of yer arse and live a little".....

On a slightly more serious note, has anyone else noticed a sudden change in the recent issues of OS? For the past few issues, I've been almost unable to read most of the stuff 'cos it doesn't seem to fit on the computer anymore. This could be down to the technology (?) at this end - it's not my computer, but one at Manchester University. The belief here seems to be that it's best to spend as little as possible on the communal computer clusters.

So, Ace, if you or anyone else has a clue about how I can rectify the problem, please write in, 'cos it's getting me down not being able to read OS. As for why Lemmy doesn't get a computer - well, I for one don't blame him, and I reckon us Luddites ought to stick together.

About this tribute album:I'd love to put together a cover or two with some mates, but is there a deadline/ preferred song list/ preferred recording medium (and quality!)? I know this has probably been discussed, but I have a bad memory! Also, a note on Ben's comment about making the covers different versions : that's fair enough, but I've always felt that there are 2 ways of doing a cover - either change it completely, or do a carbon copy of the original. I think that whereas the first approach works with stuff like Led Zeppelin, Motorhead should stay Motorhead. If you alter it, you lose the whole essence of their music - which is to play as loud and fast as you can without giving yourself a stroke. I shudder to think what would happen if someone produced an experimental version of Overkill - it brings back terrible memories of that fucking atrocious rave version of Ace of Spades; not that I think that anyone who's a fan would do that anyway. It was just a thought, and I hope I ain't upset somebody by saying it. Apologies if I have.

By the way, Happy New Year!

Snaggletooth.

**Editor - I am at a lose to explain your problems with the OS issues. You are the first one to bring this to my attention. Is there anyone else having problems with my mailouts?



Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 17:11:21 -0800
From: "Jim Taylor" jtaylor@theworks.com
Subject: os any motorhead hockey fans out there?


I noticed in one of Ace's notices that I recently received that he has an address in Penticton B.C. I assume that this means that you live there, as well. So, my question is for Ace as well as everyone else reads this. Are there any hockey fans out there who think Motorhead is the greatest band in the galaxy. I used to live in Canada and have played against the Penticton Knights a few times. If there are any Motorhead fans reading this that love hockey, please e-mail me at jtaylor@theworks.com and tell me about it. This also applys to all of the foreigners. The Olympics are almost here! I know for a fact that Mikkey Dee is a huge fan of ice hockey, and he even plays in some pick-up games when he can in Los Angeles, as do Michael J. Fox, McGyver and Dennis Leary. Mikkey and I have spoken of this magnificent sport on a couple of different occasions while they were touring California.

And a bit of trivia. . . .Who do you think Mikkey Dee will be cheering for in the Olympics??? Sorry Mikkey but I think that they can just forget about their gold medal dreams this time around. The last time I saw you they had just won the gold in the world championships. You were quite happy about it.
Jim Taylor

Ace, would you forward this message to Mikkey Dee for me? Thanks.

**Editor: Guilty as charges... I do live in Penticton. I do enjoy hockey on an occasion but I must confess I enjoy playing it more than watching it.



Date: Fri, 23 Jan 1998 15:44:15 EST
From: Madsqurl - Madsqurl@aol.com
Subject: re: os: it has a name....


What's up?
I hope you can help me I am starting to run out of hope. I am a dj on a metal radio station and have been trying without any luck , to find eithier a motorhead t-shirt or poster for the station.If you know of anywere I might find some luck on this please let me know.
Thanks Ken "Mad Squirrel" McCann

**Editor: Working on it....



Date: Sat, 24 Jan 1998 18:55:39 PST
From: "MOT?RHEAD ." lemmy_mh@hotmail.com
Subject: os: let's us help


Well hello everyone, happy New Year and let have some asskickin Motorhead. First off I am very upset w/ the lack off support that Motorhead has in the States. In New York they will always have a big draw, I am not familiar w/ out West but NEW YORK LOVES MOTORHEAD. Why not, NY has been very good too Lemmy & crew. How bout some promotion from the label this year, I will tell you this, we will be very upset when there is no more Motorhead, so let's make this the year for Head. I know a bunch of you in the NY area see this, so get off your bums and let's see if we can do anything to support the band we love. I see the homepage is just down right pathatic, why not try something from the fans, nothing against you Ace, you are doing a great job of getting a bunch of nuts together. There are pages in Europe that are very good, that are listed @ the bottom of this, but how bout something we can all be involved w/. I know Lemmy is not a computer person, but this is the future. So all of you in Europe keep up the great work and maybe real soon, New York will have a page worthy of yours. All of you bums in the NY area, and you know who you are, get in touch w/ me, another season of softball is upon us, so drink, be merry and make sure ya cheers Lemmy for the music we love.

Mike Bennett

Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

**Editor: OK, OK... time for me to get on my soap box and give my point of view... In addition to running this mailing list, the comapny that I co-own is also responsible for creatng/maintaining the official Motorhead website. The reality of running an "official" webpage is that you can't just put anything you like on the page, because anything that does go on the page will be considered as law because it comes from an official source. So, anything that we put on the page has to be approved by motorhead's management. In all honesty, Motorhead's page is just one of many that our company runs. Anytime that the management gives us something, we put it up. But, it all comes down to time and money. Events like the "tour through time" and my interview with Lemmy are projects that "I" do personally with Motorhead's help. But, these are not paying gigs. I do these things for you guys because I know you would love them as much as I do. Unfortunately, the design team for our company has been swamped with work and little projects like mine tend to get put on the backburner. So, in an effort to alleviate this problem, I have decided to take over the design of the Motorhead project myself. I do have design and HTML experience. The design team at Next Level will help me all they can, but this way I can get you guys the info and fun stuff a lot faster. Just cut me a little slack for the next month or so... deal?



Date: Sun, 25 Jan 1998 14:58:37
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: new motorhead web site unleashed!


Just to let you all know that my new Motorhead web site is finally on-line for all to see.

Titled "No Sleep 'Til My Ears Bleed!", the site focusses mainly on when I got to meet the band backstage when their latest tour hit London last October. It contains photos of me taken with the band on that day, our interview with Lemmy over a beer and smoke, concert review, a noticeboard and some cool animations I made specifically for the site. I am currently working on a "Strange But True" Motorhead trivia section which will list the unusual facts about Lemmy and Co, so keep your eyes open for that!

The website is intended as a fun site dedicated to the band rather than for serious information archive. I didn't want to repeat info on band history, discography, tour dates, etc, which are already covered in other sites - however exceptions can be made where appropriate since there's always room to grow! Amongst other areas, the "strange but true" section will grow continuously as I collect more and more facts. And of course, the noticeboard is awaiting your contributions!

So happy Net-surfing!

Sarmad Sheikh.
"MOTORHEAD: No Sleep 'Til My Ears Bleed! The Backstage Web Site"
http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/8273/motorhead.html



Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 17:13:37
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: Iron-fist

I've just bought the re-mastered version of Iron fist, What an exellant album depite what alot of people said, although I must admit that 'America' is one of my least favorite songs. The Album come's with 5 bonus tracks(five)which are all Motorhead, i mean excellant; well it's the same thing! the date given for the bonus tracks is 1996- does anybody know more about this, ie where which line-up since the band then wasn't the same as the band now, blah,blah...
i was quite annoyed when i saw that there were mistakes in the lyrics( two lines from Iron fist are missing!)I want my money back-so i can buy snake bite love when i comes out!!!!
Note to our lemmy, you know who you are, My plants love motorhead and I'm from the Human race so if you want to be racist you must be from mars or something...
Have fun,
Dan the super-saiyan!



Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 18:16:29 EST
From: RoCkNRol1 - RoCkNRol1@aol.com
Subject: motorhead is the greatest


Hey Lemmy,
i just wanna say that i have been a motorhead die hard supporter for about 10 years now. i have seen every concert here in cleveland and even traveled to see you in other states. i have all the music on album and cd's and have been collecting anything to do with Motorhead.i was wondering if you can help me out, is there anyway you can send me some guitar picks and fan club information that would be so awsome. i cant wait until the next album comes out and i hope you come to cleveland real soon. i would like to thank you for your time your the greatest and keep putting out the killer music.
Karlo
Karlo Zuzic
5902 Bonna Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44103

MOTORHEAD RULZ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

**Editor: Fan club info is available at the Motorheadbangers web site (see URL at the end of this newsletter).



Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 17:39:43
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: uk album release date and tour dates!!!


For us lucky UK'ers, Kerang magazine has given the details of the release of "Snake Bite Love".
It comes out on 9th March 1998 (unlike the 24th March North America release) and us under the SPV/KOV label.

A big UK tour follows, playing 14 dates!
They are as follows:

Southampton Guildhall October, 4th
Plymouth Pavilion, 5th
Newport Centre, 6th
Wolverhampton Civic Hall, 8th
Manchester Academy, 9th
Liverpool L2, 10th
Glasgow Barrowlands, 12th
Newcastle Mayfair, 13th
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 14th
Hastings White Rock Theatre, 16th
London Brixton Academy, 17th
Norwich UEA, 18th
Leeds Town & Country, 20th
Nottingham Rock City, 21st

Tickets cost 10 Pounds apart from London which is 11.
Happy headbanging!



Date: Thu, 29 Jan 1998 03:03:55 -0800
From: "Jim Taylor" jtaylor@theworks.com
Subject: os: thank you very much mr. lemmster


What hoa! Thanks to the graciousness of our wonderful band of merrymen, I have just becomes the very proud parent of one bright shiny ticket for the Motorhead and Judas Priest show in LA on March 1st! It's sure to be an absolutely smashing show. I saw them at the same venue on their Sacrifice Tour. Splendid! The jury's still out on the Priest's new singer - "Ripper" Owens. Anybody out there know or heard anything from this guy that they can pass on to me so I'll know what to expect? The Priest website says that he got the gig with them after singing one single song - Victim of Changes. I haven't heard him yet, but the Priest are a sideshow to the real masters of the stage anyway. Also, if anybody else reading this post is going to the same show, e-mail me and we can possibly get together before the show for the proper concert preparation. Drop me a line at jtaylor@theworks.com Of course you'll get a firsthand account of the show with a very biased slant on Motorhead afterwards.
By the way, tickets are a mere $15.50, but the ripoff artists that sell these tickets at Blockbuster and Bass tack on an additional $4.15 to each ticket sold. Quite a hefty cut, wouldn't you say? C-ya at the show!!!!

**Editor: I have the new Priest CD and I think that Ripper is an adequate replacement for Rob, but he will never be Rob, know what I mean? He did ding in a Priest tribute band, so you know his style will likely copy Rob's on the JP classics.



Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 21:19:38
From: "troglaw" troglaw@ix.netcom.com
Subject: os: jim jarmusch


Jim Jarmusch, director of such movies as Stranger than Paradise, Down by Law, Dead Man, etc., directed the new movie about Neil Young and Crazy Horse.

In an article about his new movie, he says that "good rock and roll doesn't die. Anything that's real stays." And other things.
In the publicity photo he's wearing a Motorhead t-shirt (March or Die, I think).
Motorhead is not mentioned in the article, but even I can put 2 and 2 together.

Don Petersen



Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 10:33:26 0300
From: Gleboff - rockbiz@sonnet.ru
Subject: russian metal magazine


Hello Ace,

According Gus Siewert ( - php@openface.ca) you may help me.
We are the oldest leading Russian hard-rock & heavy-metal magazine "Rock City". We issue 10 000 copies bi-monthly, and circulate in almost all the countries of the former USSR. We permanetly review all hard-rock releases and write articles of different kinds as far as hard rock is concerned. Is there a possibility to contact Lemmy, Mikkey or Phil by e-mail for some qestion?

Best regards, Alex Glebov (Editor-in-chief)

rockbiz@sonnet.ru

**Editor: Unfortunately, non of the guys is on-line. Your best bet for an interview is to contact their label in America off of the website: http://www.cmcinternational.com



Date: Wed, 4 Feb 1998 17:36:43
From: "LEMMY" lemmy@mail.wwnet.fi
Subject: os: motorhead merch


Ace, when do we have a chance to order stuff like Motorhead mugs, pens, mouse pads etc. Hopefully soon!
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E-MAIL: lemmy@mail.wwnet.fi
WWW : http://wwnet.fi/users/lemmy
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**Editor: Working on it...



Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 12:18:19
From: IAN FULLER - IAN.FULLER@gecm.com.uk
Subject: to ace trump


Dear Ace.

Many thanks for comiling the MOTORHEAD news sheet, when are you going to up-date the web site ? to leave it dormant for 5 months is not really a lot of use, the shame of it all is that the site is well put together. Perhaps a few less trips to see the Spice Girls, they are only fit for one thing and Sporty Spice not even that anyway thats my rant for the day

Yours
Ian Fuller

**Editor: See previous explaination... we'll set things straight.


OS



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Include "OS: " before your subject. For example -
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Catch My Smoke - The Motorhead Tab Page
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Official Motorheadbangers Fanclub Website
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Ketil's Motorhead Page
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