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Issue #26 - March 14, 1998

OS: Lots On The Go!
OS: Snake Bite Love
OS: UK Tours
OS: IT'S HERE!!!!!
OS: motorhead on tour?
OS: o/s gossip sucks
OS: MH For sale: I'm Moving!
OS: clarification, helix plugs, OZZfest: these are all signs of imminent sonic DEstrucTION!
OS : Weird Ace of Spades Cover
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #25
OS: re: Overnight Sensation Issue #25
OS: re: Overnight Sensation Issue #25
OS: re: Overnight Sensation Issue #25
OS: re: Overnight Sensation Issue #25
OS: mailing problems
OS: Internal Workings
OS: England Tour dates
OS: Re OS in non digest form
OS: Black Leather Jacket
OS: Snake Bite Love preview
OS: Universal Amphitheater gig
OS: Motorhead UK Tour
OS: Motorhead Song Survey
OS: Motorhead/JP concert review!
OS: From Paul (of M.O.T.O.) re: new shipment of Single File CDs !!!!
OS: Answers to various questions
OS: March 1st show kicks ass!
OS: Picture on http://www.imotorhead.com
OS: "Rock Hard" (March-issue)
OS: Snake Bite Love


Date: March 12, 1998
From: ace@nextlevel.com
Subject: os: lots on the go!

Hello All!

Hello again.

Sorry about the delay in this issue... but I have good news. The website is beginning its update. I have updated it with info all about Snake Bite Love. By the time you read this, the Real Audio files of three tracks will be available for your listening pleasure.

On another note, a short while ago, we ran a contest called "Motorhead For Life" all about Motorhead tattoos. We will be running the entries on the site soon. Those of you that entered and sent substandard photos of the work on your bodies, could you please take the effort to re-shoot the work and send me quality photos? I promise it will be worth your while!

Well, the Associated Press recently caught wind of our little group and the goings on here. There were several stories run all over the world about the tattoo contest, the tribute and the list itself.

The tribute should be viewable by the end of March. I think you all will be impressed by the entries.

I read something intersting in a recent issue of GOLDMINE. For those of that do not know, GOLDMINE is a magazine that caters to collectors of music. The issue in question has YES on the cover. The ad on the inside of the front cover is from a company called MUSIC MACHINE (good company, I have dealt with them before). Under the Motorhead section, it lists a release due March 12 called CHILL OUT OR DIE and lists it as a new solo album from Wurzel! The price is TBA. Their phone number is 410-356-4567, fax number is 410-356-4693.

As some of you know, I also write a regular column in METAL EDGE magazine about the internet. As a result, I get my copies of the magazine FedExed to me as soon as they are off the press (about 2-3 weeks before they hit the newstands). In the new issue (Pantera with awards on the cover), there is a quote in the Rockin' Roundup section that is obviously Blackie Lawless taking a BIG shot at Lemmy. In the upcoming issue preview, Gerri Miller says that the next issue will have a feature on Ledmmy and the boys.

LATE BREAKING NEWS! Lemmy will be appearing on ROCKLINE on Monday, March 16. He will be featured for the entire 90 minutes of the show. It is entitled "An Evening With Lemmy". The show airs all over the US and Canada from 8:30-10pm P.S.T, 11:30pm-1am E.S.T. This is a live, listener call-in program with an "800" number. So, as many of you as possible please phone in! Some special people have been invited to participate. Mikkey and Phil are scheduled to call in from Europe. Ozzy and Metallica are supposed to call as well. Several others have said that they would try to call in. This is one of the few appearances in public by Lemmy that you won't need earplugs for!

Until next time....

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Mon, 23 Feb 98 09:12:42
From: "Jordi Marti" bastard@mx2.redestb.es
Subject: os: snake bite love

Hi everyone,
Some days ago I got the "Snake Bite Love" promo CD, it is a very good album replete of great rock?n?roll tunes as only Motorhead know made, but I have a question, on all the advanced track listings appears the songs 10 and 11 as "Desperate For You" and "Better Off Dead", but I have the european copy (SPV 085-18892-P) and on it these tracks appears as "Dead Or Alive" and "Screamer", anyone knows which are the definitive titles for these songs? and other question, for what reason Motorhead change the title of the new album from "Assassins" to "Snake Bite Love"? Maybe influenced by Wasp?, last week I saw the last Wasp album and it?s titled "Double Live Assassins" and it was recorded live on the last Motorhead/Wasp American tour. I don?t think on casualtys, I think the title was robbed by Wasp. Ace, please update the Motorhead site and send the OS more frequently, I need my weekly dose of OS.
Jordi Marti (MHB#1684)

**Editor: Your wish is my command.

Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 10:46:18
From: "Eric" codentusa@email.msn.com
Subject: re: os: uk tours

Thanks for the intro to Overnight Sensation - a particularly splendid album in my humble opinion. I have had the pleasure of withstanding an aural assault at the hands of Lemmy and the boys on many occasions over the past fifteen years or so,but,having been buried in my work for the past year or so,I have become somewhat out of touch with the latest events. I will be returning to good old Blighty in mid-April,so I am now trying to find out if there are any plans for a tour etc of Britain by Motohead at some point in '98 - cos I want to be there ! Several times.

Your expert help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Mike Tomlinson.

**Editor: One of the disadvantages of being the "official" website for Motorhead is that we cannot post ANY tour dates until they are signed, sealed and delivered. This usually means that the rumour mill generates dates faster than I do. At the moment, I have NO official tour dates for Motorhead. At last word, the management was hard at work putting the tour together. You have my word that as soon as I have ANY tour dates, I will send them out immediately (special announcement). I am told that the US tour will probably happen in June. I am also told that Motorhead will definitely not be on the OzzFest.

Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 21:09:00
From: "tim shockley" ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: it's here!!!!!

I just got the new Motorhead album! Yeah! CMC sent me a stock copy after the promo copy arrived in two pieces! So, how is it? HEAVY! (Duh!) I was a bit worried when Ace used the "a word" (accessible) awhile back. There's only one ballad, "Dead And Gone", very "1916"-ish. But wait til you hear "Take The Blame" and "Better Off Dead"! We're talkin' "Burner", people! The cover is cool, too. Think Motorsnake! Another Petagno masterpiece! They also sent me the latest promo 8x10 if anyone wants a scan. And they also sent me the press kit for...Overnight Sensation??? Uh, that was the last album, guys! I think the album comes out in a couple weeks. You're gonna like it! AARRGGH!!!!

Tim Shockley MHB672(H)

**Editor: The cover is on the website now, along with some Real Audio files and the picture from the press kit (and some from inside the CD booklet). I think the promo photo is one of the best Motorhead pictures I have seen... it looks like someone just told the funniest joke ever!

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 21:15:11
From: Andreas Dahl - k96ada@bratwustle.hbg.lth.se
Subject: os: motorhead on tour?

Will motorhead tour in Scandinavia this summer ?

**Editor: It all depends on the promoters.

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 17:01:18 PST
From: "jean-francois Dube" leaf1@hotmail.com
Subject: o/s gossip sucks

Hi ace!
Well,first off :Whats with this "was lemmy thrown out of the hell's angels crap!"Frankly...who cares!! Motorhead has been my faves since "bomber"and I fail to see the relevance of "stories"like this on and other CRAPOLA!! My personal o- pinion is"lets talk about the music ,upcomming tours and albums(cd's)." On another note:Mick is the best!!Nogh said.
- leaf1@hotmail.com

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Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 18:16:46 -0800 (PST)
From: thesonics@earthlink.net (Jay Siekierski)
Subject: mh for sale: i'm moving!

All MH extras must go I'm Moving
Mail me privately J

The Sonics All Music Site. Published By Jay Siekierski In The OCTAVE http://home.earthlink.net/~thesonics Carlos Santana, Dave Davies (Kinks), Don Brewer (Grand Funk Railroad) & Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones) Interviews Are Up On The Site. **COVER YOU: A TRIBUTE TO THE ROLLING STONES CD CONTEST COMING!**

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 22:37:18
From: dayth@juno.com (satan b zelbub)
Subject: clarification, helix plugs, OZZfest: these are all signs of imminent sonic DEstrucTION!

I'm looking for some clarification. In OS #23 dayth@juno.com (satan b= zelbub) wrote:

>>I know Michael Moorcock (a Hawkwind connection, for those not in the know )= writes a monthly anthology series for Helix<< =20

What is this monthly anthology series for HELIX that you talk about? Are= you refering to that Canadian band that wrote "Rock You" and "Heavy Metal Love"? Or some comic book line that goes by the same name? =20

**Editor: Sort of on the topic-- Helix is about to release a new album and tour!

It's called "Michael Moorcocks' Multiverse" and is published by Helix, a recent offshoot of DC comics. There's mainstream DC, Vertigo (adult oriented [not porn!], and Helix (science fiction), anyway "MMM" comes out (i think) once a month, is partially illustrated by comics legend Walt Simonson. I've only read two issues and i find it pretty boring, but may be the cuppatea fer other folks. While I'm here I would like to plug another Helix book, which I think motorheadbangers would like. It's called "Transmetropolitan", written by the brilliant Warren Ellis, drawn by the talented Darrick Roberson, and inked, edited, and letter by some schmoes. It follows the adventures of one Spider (ferget last name), a guerilla journalist as he rails against religion, polotics, and human stupidity. In one issue he shoots the president with a bladder destabiliser. Check it out. as for Shluzas's comments on the porno thing..... this is perfectly in step with lemmy's character and doesn't change my opinion of him a bit. I don't drink, but i aint gonna think less of lemmy because he does. other people, mebbe, but lemmy wears this aura of ultra-cool-no-joke-yo energy that protects him from such suck. if anyone sees this video, tells us. lemmy's had more sex than everyone on this list combined and HIS most fucked-up sexual experience is definately one of the most bizarre things you'll ever hear.

also, DO NOT make this an "instant bounce" (i.e. real-time) list, Black Sabbath has one and one tends to get 40+ messages a day. My mail is cluttered enough, thank you. I like the package deal.
P.s. any chance of motorhead on OZZfest? pleeeeeese? C'mon, ace, you can do it! Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeese? Wow. that would be so cool. Can i get an Amen on this one, people?

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**Editor: AMEN! We can hope, but the word I have is no. So far the rumours I have been hearing of Ozzfest includees are: Pantera (again), Megadeth (probably), Judas Preist (either this or a tour with Iron Maiden and two other acts (Saxon? Overkill?)), AC/DC (Who Knows)...

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 23:55:31
From: Evil Clam - ironfist@capitalnet.com
Subject: os : weird ace of spades cover

Hi all,

In Overnight Sensation #25, BL Young was talking about a cover of Ace of Spades by a band with a female singer. Neither he/she nor Ace knew who had recorded this version. It was a Canadian band called "Coal". I almost fell down when I heard it!!! It sounds like a "surf" version with all sorts of tremolo guitar and very mellow singing... weird!!

I was in Toronto a few years ago, and I was listening to Q107 (radio station), and I heard a dance re-mix of Ace of Spades... totally freaked me out!! It still had Lemmy's vocals and everything!

Off topic, my band FALLOUT has just released our first demo "Vapour". I invite everyone here to surf by our site at : http://www.capitalnet.com/~ironfist , and download a free song, and get more info on how to obtain your own copy.

PS.. How's "Make 'em Deaf" coming along?
See ya... Evil Clam
That's it !!! I'm calling the "SCARY BALD GUY"!!

FALLOUT's Official Website!
Check it out at :

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

**Editor: I have the dance remix of Ace of Spades... it appears on a greatest hits collections called ALL THE ACES... it is positively surreal! On a personal note, I found a CD copy of the soundtrack to AIRHEADS the other day in a cut-out bin for $4... I grabbed it so quick!

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 00:56:42
From: "Mark Salomon" msalomon@worldnet.att.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #25

About the mail reader problems with OS.
have had absolutely no problems reading OS. I have been usiing Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 4.
There is a note in the IE4 docs (or maybe it is in the M$ webpage) that Netscape doesn't wrap long lines correctly, may be true of other newsreaders too.

And for OS, I thank you.

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 02:04:19
From: katodog@webtv.net (Chris Lewis)
Subject: os

why are there so many motor head cd's with the same songs on it but song titles are changed?also how many record lables have rights to release mh tracks? motor head needs to go back to the old ways,fuck trying to get new fans-play hard and fast raw&real for all the iron horse's who own albums not cd's. one more thing-lemmy needs to get rid of metallica,look what they did-pure power to purepussy wipped(we'll never go commercial or on mtv our music will sell itself)bullshit they went for the money.as much as i would hate to do it but if mh goes comm.and on mtv i will throw out everything i own of them and shit on my poster of the band that i held on to since 1985.i love motor head no one will ever play as loud or raw as they do,no other band will give up as much or give the FANS not record companys what they want.to me bands that go comm. are giving in to record lables bullshit about "this is were the money is" anyway----

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 98 08:16:00
From: yvonne.gallagher@lawgram.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #25

I'm having problems now receiving text- lines are chopped off partway through.Used to be fine.
Original Text
>From ACE@INTERNET.LAWGRAM (Ace O Trump){ - ace@nextlevel.com}, on 26/02/98

The body text of this SMTP message exceeded the maximum
size and was moved to the file attached as MESSAGE.TXT.

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 13:08:58
From: Bart - homer@snpp.demon.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #25


>waltz of the vampire----killer song gozilla akimbo
>ace of spade(rare version)same as ace on THE BEST OF MOTORHEAD
>LIVE,this song is A CD of rare tracks called
>Dirty Love-I suspect these are track originally intended for AOS.


Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 13:12:59
From: "Nobeard" nobeard@xs4all.nl
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #25

The subject was Overnight Sensation Issue #25 but Ace O Trump wrote:


>I was quoting a movie. I never said D&D was geeky. I used to play a
>bastardized version of D&D without dice, where the DM would decide
No dice? How gross! ;-)

>if a person died by if they did something stupid. Really required a
>lot of imagination on the part of the DM, but it was quite fun.
And would require fast fists in our group.

> Also, please note that having a CHARACTER who is a "major babe"
>is not an accomplishment. The woman is imaginary. I
>too can think of an incredibly beautiful woman and wish
>that I could make her do what I wanted, but it doesn't matter, 'cause
>it ain't gonna happen.
I wasn't talking about CHARACTERS but about fellow players!

(We had to set the age limit to 18 because new players kept drooling...)


VOTA C'93! VOTE C'93! STEM C'93!
][ http://www.xs4all.nl/~nobeard ][ TRIBE MAGAZINE
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Famous last words of the day;
gbj-{to DM}:'Let's talk about what we just saw....'

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 13:14:32
From: Bart - homer@snpp.demon.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #25

-Ace O Trump - ace@nextlevel.com wrote about
>Ive heard a rumore (seceral times from different sources)
> that Motorhead are gonna play the Newcastle Mayfair in October.
>Is there any truth in this ?

>**Editor: I have no tour dates at all at the moment... Just to answer my own
>question, I rang necastle mayfair who confirmed it
! Woohoo !

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 14:21:58
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: mailing problems

Dear all,
I too Have been getting hard to read OS. My guess is it's due to Ace(yes that means you) and his mean machine Mac, because ascii on mac is slightly different to normal pc ascii-all because the company doesn't want pc owners to be able to use their stuff, has for the wrap around problem with pegasus... have you tried changing the options? you should be able to set the screen size or something. I've seen the cover of snake bite love on http://www.motorhead.com, it's in the style of sacrifice, and is exellent.Check it out.there is also a track from the album on the site which I couldn't lisdten to(bou-hou)because I'm using the University's pc,which don't have sound cards.there is a motorpoll on this site too for all of you who didn't know already! I don't think the new album being accesible is really a problem, 1916 was too, and look how brilliant it is! and march or die was purly commercialbut it was still pretty good, apart for a couple of tracks,anyway we were warned in that one[aveote emptor(or something like that) means 'may the buyer beware'] motorhead is one of the few groups with its own style- i mean they could do a lulaby and we'd still know it was them- so if the new album is still motorhead it's gotta be good!!! have fun, MHB1690, Dan the super-saiyan Additional:for those with wrap around problems,if nothing else works, just past the mail to word- for the rest of us we'll just have to wait for Ace to get a proper PC.!!!!!

**Editor: How about PDF? I could generate this list as a PDF and attach it... what do you think?

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 14:18:41
From: Ray Auffrey - ray13@nbnet.nb.ca
Subject: os motorhead covers

The band that did the country-lounge version of "ace of spades" was called Coal. They're on Mint Records in Canada. Other good covers worth mentioning are the Cockney Rejects (punk soccer hooligans) live version of "motorhead" and the Bad Livers (punk bluegrass) version of "jailbait". On the subject of Michael Moorcock, his new project is called Michael Moorcock's Multiverse on Helix Comics (a division of DC comics). It is up to number six already. Where can I get a Motorhead T-Shirt with the "Bastards" cover on the front? Can anyone help?
Cheers! Ray 13 (the Canadian punk rocker)

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 15:44:25
From: Max Headroom - shluzas@hempseed.com
Subject: os: internal workings

Right, I got a couple things to say about the internal workings of OS. While I like this a lot and I like getting e-mail, I get enough of it. I would prefer for OS to stay in the format it is now instead of getting each mail bounced out as soon as it comes in. I don't need one liners telling Ace what a great job he's doing; there are enough of those already, and I prefer for them to be part of the whole. They're easier to ignore that way (not to say you're doing a bad job, Ace, but ya know...).
The second is how I deal with the weirdly formatted OS issues. I also get 3 screen length messages which are pretty hard to read in the mail-looker unless I want to scroll to the side, then back, then down, and again to the side. So I just press ctrl a and copy the whole thing into wordpad or something else of that caliber (I don't use notepad, as it has no margins, and I'd encounter the same problem. Ace, if the problem is on your end, you might try making sure you have the lines wrap to the screen instead of where there's a real line return character. It should be under options of preferences or something like that. Besides, who needs to read their mail in the browser anyway?
Wordpad works for me.

"For more than a month the media have been telling us that Bill Clinton
and Al Gore are `moderates'. Well, if they're moderates, I'm a world
champion speller. "
-Dan Quayle

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 18:25:55
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: england tour dates

In OS #25 Bart asked if Motorhead are playing the Newcastle Mayfair. Well they certainly are, according to Kerrang magazine, along with 13 other dates on our tiny island. I posted the dates on this mail-list on OS #24 but I'll put them on here again in case anyone missed them:

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 pounds.

I'll be there at the London gig on the 17th. Hope to meet some London-based OS subscribers over there!

"No Sleep 'Til My Ears Bleed: The Backstage Website"

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 1998 14:23:43
From: Vit.Drga@vuw.ac.nz
Subject: os: re os in non digest form

Hiya Ace,

Andrew and Risa Bernstein - medusa@akula.com wrote:
>Is it possible to get this as a mailing list instead of in digest form.
>I love reading it but by the end I don't pay attention as much.
>I think it would be cool to get the messages as it happens.
>Are there any other on the list that may be interested into turning
>this into a real time mailing list?

My two cents worth...
I like OS as is. I'd rather have a moderated collation every so often (i.e as is) than lots of little bits and pieces every day. Thanks, and thanks for putting it together Ace. Your commentary is also helpful.

Also, in OS #25 shluzas@hempseed.com wrote:

> A magazine told me about some porn video, the first in a planned series
>(egad! bad!) in which rap, rock, punk and metal
>artists tell all about the most deranged sexual experience they've
>ever had, and then recreate it on camera with professional
>porn stars. Lemmy is among those who have agreed to be on this
>atrocious piece of crap.If any of you is sick enough to
>watch this horrendously shitty thing, for God's sake, don't tell the rest of us about it!

Oh man, if any of you is sick enough to watch this horrendously shitty thing, for God's sake, PLEASE DO tell the rest of us about it!!!


Vitus McD
MHB 452

Subject: os: black leather jacket

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 98 17:51:55
From: zwentzen - gud@fiskaren.no

hm..i haven't got my collection here right now, but i _think_ the version feat. on the 'black leather jacket' bootleg is the studio version. the rest of the cd is an early eighties (iron fist) show with a rather 'tiny' sound..... hope that was of _some_ help ;)
best regards

>ok, I have the Motorhead bootleg called 50 years of Lemmy,
>20 years of motorhead. It's the Lemmy birthday show with
>Metallica. However, one of the extra tracks on it is a movie
>soundtrack theme, "black Leather Jacket". I'm a huge
>motorhead collector, and I was wondering if anyone has a studio
>version of the song, or knows an album I can find it on.
> - BobJones45@aol.com

Date: Sun, 1 Mar 1998 19:05:37
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: snake bite love preview

I don't know if the next OS letter will be distributed in time for the UK release of Snake Bite Love in the UK (9/3/98) but for those who want to see the artwork of the album cover can do so by accessing my web-site. I don't know if I'm the first person to put the forthcoming album cover up on the Net, I might be. The artwork can be viewed by going into the "Snake Bite Love" preview section.




Date: Mon, 2 Mar 1998 03:45:07 EST
From: Trashsurfr - Trashsurfr@aol.com
Subject: os: universal amphitheater gig

Just returned home from the Motorhead/Priest gig in L.A., and I must say that it was one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. In fact, as I type this I'm listening to the tape I made (or tried to) of the show. About 45 minutes into the set it came time to flip the tape, and as I did a security guard pounced on me and confinscated the batteries in my recorder. Fortunately, they didn't take the recorder or the tape, so at least I got most of the Motorhead set, but when Priest came on I wanted to shoot myself for not being able to record them.

Anyway, Motorhead kicked ass as usual. For those keeping score, I didn't notice Mikkey missing a single beat, but just to make sure I'll send the tape to the lab and let you know the final results ;o). Midway through Phil made a plug for the new album, but strangely they didn't play anything from it, so I guess we'll have to go steal it when it comes out. Also, Lemmy said something about quitting smoking, which might explain the apparent weight gain I noticed as he walked off the stage.

Anyway, if you get a chance to see The Priest by all means do so, even if Motorhead is not opening. THEY'RE BACK!!!!!!!!!

**Editor: On a JP news note... Rob Halford came on MTV a few weeks ago and publically admitted that he was gay and finally ended all of the rumours and speculation. It was the same night that Priest played in New York...

Date: Mon, 2 Mar 1998 11:06:27
From: Berserker - berserker@wellsworld.demon.co.uk
Subject: os: motorhead uk tour

Just to let all UK fans know that Stargreen box office are already selling tickets for Motorhead when they visit London on Saturday OCTOBER 17th.

'don't let the bastards grind ya down'

Date: Mon, 2 Mar 1998 15:58:39 EST
From: Naked Heat - NakedHeat@aol.com
Subject: motorhead song survey

I'd like to do a survey of what readers might consider their favorite Motorhead Songs.
d the titles of up to 5 songs to: Naked Heat @aol.com

I'll tabulate the votes and resubmit the results at a later date.............

Date: Mon, 02 Mar 1998 18:20:02 -0800
From: Wyatt - wyatto@jetlink.net
Subject: motorhead/jp concert review!

Motorhead blew apart the Universal Amp. I have never seen them in such good form. Lemmy and Co blasted the crowd with Overkill, which I thought was one of (many) high points of the show. We had tix in the pit. It was insane. Micky can drumming was solid. Meanwhile the axe work and bass was perfect. Watching Lemmy play the bass like an axe makes the show. IMHO the only bad part to be picky was the fact that the light crew would seem to miss their cues. I guess they weren't expecting the bass player to be doing the singing!
JP's new leadsinger, Ripper, has some big shoes to fill. The rest of the band was still just as good when we last saw them in 91(?). However the band didn't seem tight. It's like there was something missing (no, I'm not talking about Rob). Anyways in closing I would have to say seeing Motorhead made the night!

Date: Tue, 3 Mar 1998 06:29:06 -0800 (PST)
From: Paul - motofuzz@rocketmail.com
Subject: from paul (of m.o.t.o.) re: new shipment of single file cds !!!!

Dear Motopals,

I just got in a bunch more M.O.T.O. Single File CDs, which are for sale direct from me for $10 each ($12 overseas).
If you ain't got it, I think you'll like (love) it, and if you already have it it'll make a great gift (I think)! Show 'em you care!
Say it with a M.O.T.O.! Please make checks or money orders payable to Paul Caporino, and I'll shoot it to you as soon as I get your order.
Also, I still have LP copies of M.O.T.O. Bolt ($10 USA--$12 overseas) and those good old homemade M.O.T.O. cassettes ($3 each--$4 overseas). The M.O.T.O. cassette titles are listed on M.O.T.O.'s Big Fat Page, as well as all the other M.O.T.O. stuff.

Just thought I'd letcha know!!!!


Paul :)

Paul Caporino
Box 578912
Chicago IL 60657 U.S.A.
- Motofuzz@rocketmail.com

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From: - ola.nyberg@system3r.se
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 13:50:25
Subject: os: answers to various questions

Hello all,
Can't wait for the new album! A few questions I think I have answers to:

Tim Shockley: Wanted to know if the Esquire Article was only in the European edition.
- It says "British Edition" on my copy. The article/interview doesn't tell us anything we don't already know. It basically just fuels the Motorhead "debauchery around the world" image.

- BobJones45@aol.com: Black Leather Jacket soundtrack?
- I don't think it's available on any album.

"BL Young" blyoung@hotmail.com: Motorhead covers?
- Well, apart from the ones you mentioned, there's:
*Headin' for the North - tribute album by Scandinavian bands.
*The German tribute mini album to Motorhead and AC/DC (title?).
*Bomber - by Girlschool on the St Valentine's day massacre Headgirl/Motorschool mini album.
*Jailbait - by Wendy O Williams on the Kommander of Kaos album.
*Motorhead - by Poison Idea on the Pajama Party album (devastatingly great album by a great band).
*Motorhead - by Primal Scream (weird version, can't remember the name of the album, a recent one)
*Some metal band did the Hammer about ten years ago, but I can't remember who (Abattoir again?)
There are probably lots more...
- Motorhead songs covered live (that I know of...):
*Bomber - by the Almighty (Wurzel guested at least once), aired on MTV Europe years ago.
*Motorhead - I read somewhere that the Cult used to play this song in the eighties.
*Overkill - by Metallica as an encore on the Lolapalooza tour, where Lemmy guested one night (of course, there's also the Lemmy's 50th Birthday Party show)

#By the way, I've heard that there's a Swedish MOTORHEAD TRIBUTE BAND called DEAF FOREVER. Does anybody have any information on them? Are they still around, when and where are they playing, etc.#

"BL Young" blyoung@hotmail.com:
1) Which guitarist is playing on Hoochie Coochie Man?
- You've got to be kidding. It's Robbo, of course! It was recorded at the Manchester Apollo (I think), June 9 or 10, 1983 and first released on the B-side of the Shine single. The 12 inch version also featured a live version of (Don't Need) Religion, recorded at the same place.
2) If it's Eddie, then was it played during the "Iron Fist" tour or an earlier tour?
- No, I don't think so. One rare song that was played on the Iron Fist tour (after Robbo joined), is Nadine, by Chuck Berry. It is only available on bootlegs from that tour. The best version is probably on the Mad Max 3 album, recorded in Belgium in the fall of 1982 (Gent I think, anybody got the exact date?).
3) If it's Robbo, then are the other live cuts on "Meltdown" also played by him?
- Sorry, I'd have to listen to it again (it's been years...).



Subject: snake bite love

Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 09:53:44
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr

I've just had the greatest time of my life, I listenen to snake bite love yesterday and it's the best album evereverever.... in the world, no- in the universe, it's exellent, perfect... what more can I say, Motorhead rule, there is nothing wrong with this album, not a single weak spot, buy it if you don't believe me and if you still don't believe me try and get your money back(caveat emptor)
But I'm sure you'll beleive me once you've heard it-Rock n' Roll-
Dan the super-saiyan

Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 05:21:49 -0800
From: "Jim Taylor" jtaylor@theworks.com
Subject: march 1st show kicks ass!

Hello everyone,
As I mentioned in a previous issue of OS, I had the privilege of seeing our favorite band in Hollywood on March 1st. I figured that I probably owed it to the OS subscribers to give a review of the show. The show was fantastic. Motorhead took the stage at 8:20pm and played for a near full hour. They sounded very, very good, as always. They came out storming into Iron Fist. The rest of the songs were, though not in this particular order; Over Your Shoulder, Ace of Spades, Killed By Death, Sacrifice, Stay Clean, No Class, Deaf Forever, Orgasmatron, Metropolis, Civil War, Overnight Sensation, Crazy Like a Fox, I'm so Bad. . ., Going to Brazil, Overkill, Bomber (which sounded incredibly great!) and they played one song from the new album, but for the life of me I can't remeber what it was. I think that it was Snake Bite Love or Love for Sale. Perhaps "Wyatt" can help me out here. Everything sounded very good, but no Motorhead show would be complete without the omnipresent sound system problems. These were minimal, but Lemmy was having a devil of a time with the PA on Sacrifice. This only slightly detracted from the song though.

Lemmy also surprised me by using a new bass. It's still a Rick' but it was a metallic gold color. Could this be the new custom model that he has been trying to get for so long? Anyone know?

Mikkey Dee smoked on his kit, as usual. He was flawless, according to my ears. The artist frequently seen at the liquor store had an incredible in-your-face sound on his guitar. All in all, Motorhead kicked everyone right square in the seat of the pants.

Judas Priest was very impressive as well. I asked you all what to expect from Ripper. I was very, very surprised and impressed with his vocals. He may not be Rob, but who cares. He sounds excellent. One of the highlights of their set for me was their rendition of Beyond the Realms of Death. It's always a bonus when a band plays one of their golden oldies that you don't hear very often. I think back to one of the shows I saw on Operation Rock 'n Roll when Motorhead busted out with I'll Be Your Sister, which was fantastic.

I can't wait to see them when they start their tour. Does anybody know when we might expect some tour dates? Oh yeah, the new album is great, as always. Some weird stuff, but also some real rockers. Good job, again, boys!

Jim Taylor
P.S. Thanks for sharing the Blackhawk story with us Tim Shockley. The Hawks just happen to be my favorite team, and Chelios is a great defenseman. Still, we miss Roenick.

Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 15:34:39
From: Christer Jansson - e93_cja@nada.kth.se
Subject: OS: Picture on http://www.imotorhead.com

Hi there everyone!
I feel slightly confused right now... (which is the normal case in my case in case you wonder :) and here's why:
If I remember things correctly, the pic of our gods on the main page has been exchanged for a new one recently... don't they look a lot happier now?
(They've got reasons to be happy allright... :)
If this is the case, is the old pic (which I thought was pretty cool) available anywhere on the net? If not, could you, Ace, put it there?

Well... all there's left for me to say (since I haven't heard the new album yet ;) is MOTORHEAD RULES!


**Editor: This is part of the updating of the website. Trying to keep things fresh!

Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 13:43:46
From: "D. de Loor" 106632.1151@compuserve.com
Subject: os: "rock hard" (march-issue)

For those who are interested in tour dates:
in the latest issue of the German HM-magazine "Rock Hard" (March `98), it is said that Motorhead will play the 5th "With Full Force Summer Open Air-Festival", Zwickau (Germany), 10-12 July 1998 (with Primal Fear, Blind Guardian, Hammerfall, Die Krupps, Madball, J.B.O. and Convenant). In the same issue "Snake Bite Love" gets 8 points (from 10) in the record-reviews. In Germany the album is released on March 9th (by SPV), in the Netherlands I saw the album for the first time today (12th) in the stores.
Together with the same "Rock Hard"-issue there was a free CD ("18x Dynamit") with the title-track of the new album. In the next issue there will apparently be an interview with Motorhead.

Greetings from the Netherlands,


Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 17:45:05
From: Max Headroom - shluzas@hempseed.com
Subject: os: snake bite love

Right, I just got Snake Bite Love, and it kicked my ass so hard I'm gonna be shitting boots for a week! The funniest part about buying it was that a friend and I decided just to go to a record store, both firmly convinced (except for him. it was just me who was convinced) that SBL, which I will never say again, came out on the 24th, not the 10th. Surprised and ecstatic were we to find the last two copies on the shelf, both on sale for $12.88. Nice and convenient, that. Now we get to point and laugh at all the others who said it wasn't due out for another 12 days. Haha.
The album is great. It's got all the alternatations in types of music that OS, Sacrifice, Orgasmatron, and 1916 all had. It's got fast songs, slow songs, Motorheadly songs, and even one of them depressing 1916/I Ain't No Nice Guy type songs called Dead and Gone. Dogs of War is fairly reminiscent of Order/Fade to Black crossed with War For War. Dammit, this album kicks ass! Gah! Go out and buy it now. Go. Do it. Now. It's worth it. Go. Buy. Buy. Buy. Buy. Buy. Hee-hee! I can't wait to hear some of these songs live!
The cover is also really cool. It's the warpig, which is its name, not monster or whatever, as a cobra. Joe Petagno's a great painter. Much better than I am. This whole album is great, and I expect to hear a lot more about how great it is, but not before I get to mock some people.
Now THAT'S some incoherent babbling! As Lemmy said in Don't Lie to Me, you can't make shit into gold. This album ain't shit, so that kind of narrows down the choice. Go buy it.

Did you call me a liar?
No, I said you're fired.
Oh. That's much worse.

**Editor: I have been listening to it regularly for more than a month now and it just keeps getting better and better!


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