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Issue #30 - May 17, 1998

OS: Lots of Cool Stuff In the Making!
OS: Motorhead England t-shirt
OS: Ozzfest and dead royalty...
OS: Paul Cobbold/EBS/Hawkwind
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #29
OS: Now...
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #27
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #29
OS: movies, authors and other shit
OS: SBL Reviewed
OS: stuff & stuff
OS: mikkey Dee
OS: Has anyone but me Another Perfect Day as MH?s 1# album
OS: S'up
OS: St. Valentines Day Massacre 10"
OS: Tour Dates Germany
OS: Motorhead tour(fwd)


Date: May 17, 1998
From: ace@nextlevel.com
Subject: os: lots of cool stuff in the making!

Hello Again Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

Well, well, well... what a difference a couple of weeks can make. I lots of cool news to tell you, where do I start?

First off, I have added the OZZfest tour dates to the web page. For those of you that do not know, Motorhead is scheduled to headline the second stage on all of the North American dates for this year's OZZfest. The boys are currently in Germany tearing up stages all over the place! It is not currently known if they will tour other parts of the US after the OZZfest, but you know I'm hoping! All of the OZZfest dates so far are only on the east coast... I expect all of you that live out there to give us detailed reports of the shows!

Next, after much ballyhoo and delay, I am going to change the websites interview page to include the interesting interview that I did a few months ago with Lemmy himself. Check it out at http://www.imotohead.com

One of the coolest things that happened this week is that I got a phone call from Phil Campbell right after a show they did in Germany! Phil has expressed an interest in being more involved in the web site. So, as a first step, I am going to expand the LEMMY SPEAKS section to be a MOTORHEAD SPEAKS section. You will now be able to ask questions to Phil, Mikkey and Lemmy! Also, we are working on some other cool ideas involving Phil... watch for more news next issue!

Well, the Snake Bite Love tour is well underway now. I hope that all of you that attend shows will take a moment to sum it up for all of us on the list! I love to hear reports from shows...

The tribute is on schedule for release at the end of May. I think you are all really going to love it! The Motorhead for Life section is being updated this week as well.

A point of interest to you all... Vintage Guitar Magazine has just published a cool book of interviews called GUITAR PEOPLE by Willie G. Moseley. I have been in contact with Willie because of some interviews he did with Bruce Kulick (Kiss, Union). I am also involved in the Bruce Kulick website. Anyway, the book contains an interview with Lemmy. The interview was conducted just before Wurzel left and Sacrafive was released. Also, Lemmy adorns the back cover of the book in a great photo of him singing. Their e-mail is vguitar@vguitar.com. It sells for $19.95 US and has tons of cool interviews in it with the likes of B.B. King, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Ted Nugent, Warren Cuccurullo, the aforementioned Lemmy and Bruce Kulick and many, many more. Well worth the bucks!

Another one...Fox has just released AIRHEADS as part of it's FOX SELECTIONS series. It is budget priced at under $10. Very cool!

On a final note, we are nearing the first anniversary of our little gathering here. Thats right... on July 6, the Overnight Sensation Mailing List will achieve it's first anniversary. And in celebration, I have a little surprise. I have a lot of presents to give a way! That right, thanks to the kind people at CMC International and Singerman Entertainment, we are going to usher in the second year of Overnight Sensation with a real BANG! I have Love For Sale Promo singles, I have copies of Snake Bite Love, I have SBL posters and album flats and maybe a few surprises! Here is where you come in... I want to hear your favorite Motorhead stories... send me your favorite concert experience or maybe the first time you heard our favs or maybe the first time you met them. Send your stories to me at ace@nextlevel.com and make sure that the subject reads "OS: First Anniversary!". Everyone that sends me something will be eligible for a prize. So, take a moment and share your experiences with me. I will then post the best ones on the web site!

Ace Trump
Taking you to the NEXT LEVEL

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 08:37:05
From: "Forsberg, Magnus" mfg@dkab.com
Subject: os: motorhead england t-shirt

Hey !

> I?m desperate for a new Motorhead England t-shirt, you
>know the classic black one with only the big logo on front. My old
>one?s got about 15 holes and is more or less light grey now so
>any tip on where I can get a new one would be great. Internet
>merchandise dealers,mailorder places etc.
> Hoping for help ...
> Napalm to the bone
> Magnus
> mfg@dkab.com

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:59:45
From: "Snaggletooth" mcfigrg2@fs1.ci.umist.ac.uk
Subject: os: ozzfest and dead royalty...

Dear Ace,

Having heard that Motorhead were appearing at Ozzfest in America, I was pretty pissed off that they are not on the UK bill. Any chance that you could shed light on this travesty of justice? Maybe we should be content with the longest Motortour for years....???

I am getting rather worried about an alarming trend in recent OS issues - the increasing number of references to Diana. Now I know that a lot of people genuinely miss her and were devastated by her death, and I respect their feelings. However (in the almost certain knowledge that I will receive some death threats in OS #31), I'd like to say that after several weeks of complete and OTT news coverage in every section of the media in the UK, I became sick at the very mention of the name. The most disgusting aspect of it all was that several of these groups of people wailing over her passing were committing character assassination of her on a grand scale while she was alive!. So please, can we let her go and not start an OS/Diana mailing list?


P.S. Thanks a million, Carl Edlund Anderson: I've been looking for a Bad News website for ages!

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 11:07:02
From: "Carl Edlund Anderson" cea20@cus.cam.ac.uk
Subject: os: paul cobbold/ebs/hawkwind

> From: "BL Young" blyoung@hotmail.com
> Date: Sun, 12 Apr 1998 18:52:09
> Also, anybody with any info on Paul Cobbold? I know of at least one
> Motorhead album he's produced, but he's also
> done the last 3 or 4 Hawkwind albums.

I didn't realize Paul Cobbold was involved with _SBL_. Perhaps this is another sign that Brock and Lemmy are on the good terms that they say they are :) There was a recent article on Lemmy in some UK metal mag in which Lemmy urged people to buy _Space Ritual_ :)

> Getting way off topic some more, I know of at least three times when
> Motorhead and Hawkwind were signed to the same
> label. (United Artists - but they held back "On Parole", Bronze, and finally GWR.)
> If Hawkwind's Emergency Broadcast
> System label is about to be sold (hence I'm figuring EBS's future
> may be in doubt), is there any chance that CMC might
> sign Hawkwind to get them on the same label once more?

They do have Blue Oyster Cult right now, so it's not impossible.

> (I don't know too much about EBS, but the BOC-Hawkwind
> mailing list has been discussing it lately.)

Well, just because a label is sold doesn't mean it disappears. The majors often on lots of smaller labels. CMC would be a good choice for HW in the US anyway though, since HW doesn't currently have a US label (since Griffin went belly-up).

Carl Edlund Anderson
Dept. of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, & Celtic
St. John's College, University of Cambridge
- cea20@cus.cam.ac.uk

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 07:19:53
From: thesonics - thesonics@earthlink.net
Subject: lemmy interview coming !!!

Hi J here: I interviewed Lemmy over the phone from so. ca. to L.A. on April 21st for CMC Records & my site. The interview was GREAT! Though we only had roughly 20-30 minutes it is very informative. The interview will be posted in May. In the meantime watch out for SBL CD contest on my site sponsored by CMC!

The Sonics All Music Site. Editor: Jay Siekierski
Reviews, Interviews, Contests & The collectors Exchange. Interviews Posted: Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones), Dave Davies (Kinks), Don Brewer (Grand Funk, Carlos Santana, Al Stewart, John Mayall, Justin Hayward(Moody Blues)INTERVIEWS COMING: LEMMY(MOTORHEAD) & JOHN KAY (STEPPENWOLF)!

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 22:08:10
From: Max Headroom - shluzas@softhome.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #29

> Hey - I happen to be almost as big an Ice T fan as a Motorhead fan!
> (Well, ok, maybe not QUITE that much...) and I'd love
> to hear what this collaboration sounds like! Where did you
> hear this? Is it on an Ice T album? Fill me in!

It's a crappy single I saw once in one store in Boston. They've sold it by now for, like, $4. Not worth one red cent if you ask me. The cover is red and has all three of them on it. That's all I remember of how it looks. I think it had three songs, all of which were Born to Raise Hell in varying degrees of suck. I personally think Ice T is cool, but I don't like his music. Yeah, he's got the Motorhead spirit and all (sorta. more than any other rapper, to be sure), but I still don't like the music. He's a pretty good actor, too, in his own way. (don't see Tank Girl. suckiest of sucky comic book movies) Surviving the Game was pretty cool, even if it wasn't original in the slightest. Anyhoo....

> I spoke to soon in an earlier message in fact only Phil dedicates
> his playing to diana, and Lemmy wrote Dead and Gone
> forallhis friends and stuff who didn't make it, not just Diana,
> but it's obvious she influenced the song.

Influenced? Does listening to Motorhead, even Take The Blame, tell you nothing about Lemmy? Lemmy hates politicians. Sorry to tell ya, put a princess is a politician. I doubt very much that, even if Lemmy liked her at all, I don't think she would influence a song, ESPECIALLY not a Motorhead song. Lemmy wouldn't stand for it.

> Snake Bite Love: Best track for me has to be "Joy Of Labour".
> I just can't get it out from my head!

Finally! Somebody who appreciates Joy of Labour as much as I do! I couldn't agree more with you on this one. That song is great! It's catchy as all hell, and a damn good song to boot. It doesn't sound very close to any of their other stuff, either. "Do you want to see right through the devil's eyes/ you must have seen the ground where they all stood before/ I was a young man then, I was a young man then/ spending my time on the killing floor" That's it. I have to listen to that now.
Oh, and Snake Bite Love is STILL in my stereo! Almost two months now! I listen to it on volume 1 and I can hear it all the way in the bathroom. Mmmm.... loudest recorded album ever made probably.... It's louder on volume 1 than Seventh Son of a Seventh Son on volume 20. That's so cool.... louder by far than any Manowar albums either (loudest band ever, yeah). Take THAT, other bands!
But I ramble on...
Oh, yeah, I read a cool interview today with Lemmy in Metal Edge. It was too serious, though he did mention the official webpage, saying he answers questions on it every couple months (yeah. couple...). He said his favorite was "Must all your answers be so unbearably witty?" to which he answered "yes and no". See?! That means he really does read them!! Sucks to all of you who thought less of him! He's loyal to his fans, 'cause that's all he has!
I also heard the interview on Rockline thanks to the webpage (Ace, you kick ass at that thing. I hope they pay you for that. at least a paltry sum in gratitude...). I got the impression that the interviewer was a real jerk. Whenever he laughed it sounded really forced. One really great quote. Guy asks: "Is it true that Lars Ulrich (Lars Oilrig! figure that one out! the guy didn't say that. I did. me. David. pthpth) was president of the Motorhead fanclub?" Lemmy responds: "I think he was the whole fanclub!" Then Lemmy laughs, and the jerky jerk forces another chuckle and sighs. Jesus Christ, I mean, "by the god Duamutef, one of the four sons of Horus and guardian of the stomach!" (really. look it up) This is one hell of a long post! I should stop talking now. Lemmy kicks ass. So does the new Maiden album, Virtual XI, so go buy it (yeah, they're numbering their albums with roman numerals now. this is their eleventh, for those of you not proficient in mathematics).
Better last words: "Why they couldn't hit an elephant at this dist--" Take that, weirdo.

And that little boy who nobody like grew up to be..... Roy Cohn. And now you know the rest of the story.

**Editor: I told ya that he really answers them :-) Working on the website and this list is so much fun for me because so many of you really appreciate it. I have lots of cool stuff to come... thanks for being involved! There is also an interview with Lemmy in the new issue of Metal Maniacs... by the same guy that interviewed him for Metal Edge. Check it out!

Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 22:21:52
From: Max Headroom - shluzas@softhome.net
Subject: os: now...

I just remembered that I didn't send the great quote from Lemmy in some loser magazine. Lemmy sez (besides blah blah woof woofa): "When you think about it, it's not cool, wearing Nike shoes, a backwards hat, and pants two sizes too big, 'cause that's the way the local retard who lives across the village in the hut dresses." Lemmy is cool and here's some more proof.
Oh, and Ace, in my haste to send out my OTHER mail, I forgot to put OS. I know it happened before, but I forgot. Really sorry. You don't deserve to put up with this incompetance, what with the great job you're doing and all. You need free concert tickets from all the bands you like. Yeah.

And that little boy who nobody like grew up to be..... Roy Cohn. And now you know the rest of the story.

Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 16:55:05
From: Nick Widdows - N.Widdows@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #27

Who said I was a fucking Spurs fan? I'm a Bradford fan, and that was me that gave the original outline of the game in OS (By the way, I already have the game on my Amiga...). Cheers anyway, and any news of support bands for the England dates. Assuming there are any this time

Nick Widdows
- NWiddows@bradford.ac.uk

Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 17:29:41
From: Nick Widdows - N.Widdows@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #29

The porn film starring John Bobbbit (and apparently including original footage of the operation........) was called Frankenpenis. Could it be that one? Also, are MH on the Ozzfest bill for the England date?
Nick Widdows
- NWiddows@bradford.ac.uk

**Editor: At this point they are only on the US dates.

Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 16:27:16 -0300
From: "Jose M. Villar" josemv@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: os: movies, authors and other shit

"...Bobbitt's severed member by the road. Lemmy makes some comment on how the object "Looks like a dick", then "It is a dick". He promptly leaves the area after his discovery. It was hilarious but I can't remember the name of the movie or when it was done?
Any help out there.
Mike Stowell
Toronto, Canada."

The name of the movie is "John Bobbit uncut" I think. Lemmy plays a sort of tramp or vagabond hanging by the roadside when JB wife drives by and tosses her husband?s sausage out of the car. When Lem sees it, he says "look, that?s a dick" and afterwards "no problem, it ain?t mine". Try "Hardware", with another nice appearance by Lemmy playing a post-apocaliptic raft-cab driver.

Regarding Lemmy singing rap together with Ice-T, that version of "Borne to raise hell" is better than the one in Bastards. I do like Body Count, and they played in my country once. But I really do not like The Ramones. Motorhead opened for them here in Argentina in ?94 and I left the stadium after MH finished their set.

On a FAQ Lemmy suggests Stephen King (among others) as some sort of source for his lyrics. I?ve read on an interview to Mr. King that when he is writing his wonderful novels he always listens to thrash or heavy metal (his exact words were "...when I listen to Anthrax I imagine blood pouring out of the loudspeakers..."), so it might be probable that he listens to Motorhead too. Another horror author, Shaun Hutson (he also kicks ass, try reading him), credits his novels to Iron Maiden and other bands.

Ace, keep your wonderful work. Goodbye for now from the land of the next soccer world champions,

(Cancerbero del infierno)

Date: Sat, 02 May 1998 12:28:03
From: thesonics - thesonics@earthlink.net
Subject: sbl reviewed

Check out my site for a groovy SBL CD review!
Interview with Lemmy coming in May!

The Sonics All Music Site. Editor: Jay Siekierski
Reviews, Interviews, Contests & The collectors Exchange. Interviews Posted: Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones), Dave Davies (Kinks), Don Brewer (Grand Funk, Carlos Santana, Al Stewart, John Mayall, Justin Hayward (Moody Blues)INTERVIEWS COMING: LEMMY(MOTORHEAD) & JOHN KAY (STEPPENWOLF)! MOTORHEAD CD CONTEST COMING!

Date: Sat, 02 May 1998 16:11:55
From: David Weinsier - dweinsier@mindspring.com
Subject: os

Do you know who's singing along with Lemmy on "Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers"?

His voice sounds very familiar. Is it the singer from Raven?

Date: Sun, 03 May 1998 15:23:50
From: David Weinsier - dweinsier@mindspring.com
Subject: os


Does anyone know how the Motorhead albums rank in order of sales? Or at least, which album has sold the most copies?

Subject: os:stuff & stuff

Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 14:34:41 (DFT)
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr

I came across an arcade game the other day, called Motor-raid, sounded dodgy to me! Anyway, I also found out that Motorhead will be playing in France on the 5th and 8th(in paris) no other dates it seems, which is annoying, Iwas waiting for them in Bordeaux, where they were very successful last year, probably very loud too? I can't figure why they only have two dates in France, althouth I have an Idea.. Also, question to Ace, why do i keep gettin a file not found error when i try to play the inteview on the web site????

**Editor: Do you have v5.0 of the Real Audio player?

Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 14:42:14 (DFT)
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: mikkey Dee

I was just lookig at some of the back copies of os, and noted a comment about m.dee's druming abilities, I think that his solo on assasins prouves that he's indeed an exellent drummer! I thing that he sould do more solos, but his drumming on all the album is great. It's just a pity that the solo only lasted a minute...

Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 15:39:00
From: "Mikael Johansson" mikael.johansson@boras.se
Subject: os:has anyone but me another perfect day as mh?s 1# album

Salvete headbangers !
MH is always Ace of Spades and Bomber etc. I feel that APD is the most underrated album of the 80?s ! It was for instance how I discovered MH ! It?s rare to find any live material from that era except on the Live 183 album.

If I?m the only one to hold this view I?m ready to be "Marching off to War".


Date: Thu, 7 May 1998 09:26:04
From: Paul Hicks - PHicks@advocatesinc.org
Subject: s'up

Thanks for developing this official web site for the greatest rock and roll band this side of the sun. I am only able to use this site at my work and I do not have a computer at home. I'm not too sure what it takes to keep a site like this up and running, but I like when sites get updated daily, weekly. We already know that Motorhead is on the Ozz-Fest this summer but the dates haven't been printed. I read recently in "Metal Edge" magazine that Lemmy does answer those questions monthly. Lemmy's awesome. I look forward to seeing the band in this second stage headliner, and hopefully they'll do another round of US dates after. The only other thing I would suggest for the site is if the band can sell merchandise. That's probably an often printed request. Do you have any suggestions where I can get hard-to-find merchandise? Thanks Ace.
Paul A. Hicks
- Phicks@AdvocatesInc.Org

**Editor: Working on it...

Date: Fri, 08 May 1998 22:05:35
From: Klavs Donadoni Petersen - sfcfs@vip.cybercity.dk
Subject: os: st. valentines day massacre 10"

Hi there fellow Motorheadbangers!
Just found myself a pretty cool record: Motorheadgirlschool: St. Valentines Day Massacre on 10" vinyl. With a pretty cool cover picture of the guys(and girls) dressed in Al Capone like gangster costumes. The record is from 1981 and has # BROX 116 (Bronze records). Now my question is: is it worth anything and how many copies were made of this single?

Cheers! KP, Denmark

Date: Fri, 8 May 1998 22:53:40
From: Christian.Bublic@t-online.de (Christian Bublic)
Subject: Tour Dates Germany

Dear Ace,
I read every overnight sensation and it is fun to have motorheadbangers in internet. Unfortunately I don't read the tour dates from Motorhead in your website so I will provide all motorhead fans and freaks with the german tour dates.

"Snake bit love" - Tour
10th May Stuttgart, Longhorn
11th May Volklingen, Sporthalle
13th May Nurnberg, Forum
14th May Munich, Colosseum
15th May Kaufbeuren, Zeppelinhalle
16th May Neu-Isenburg, Hugenottenhalle
18th May Leipzig, Haus Auensee
19th May Hannover, Music Hall
20th May Osnabruck, Halle Gartlage
21th May Hamburg, Docks
24th May Cologne, E-Werk
25th May Berlin, Huxley's
27th May Mannheim, Feuerwache
28th May Bremen, Aladin
29th May Vacha, Vach Werk

Further ticket information ++49 (0) 9170 - 944 590


**Editor: Thanks Christian, I have added them to the website.

Subject: os: motorhead tour(fwd)

Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 15:15:54 (DFT)
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr

I've just receivedFa this from Jacky
>From banshee@mail2.isdnet.net Fri May   8 11:20:02 1998
>From: banshee@hol.fr
>Comments: Authenticated sender ismalepsz1@mail.hol.fr
>who went to see Motorhead in Paris(the only show they did in France,which is a pity).
>I've translated some of it!
>hello daniel, je lis régulièrement tes mails dans la liste
>O.S. Ne cherche pas les miens, y  en a pas :-((((  (my english
>grammar  is too bad).
>je m'appelle jacky, j'ai 34 ans et suis fan de Motorhead
>depuis une vingtaine d'années, depuis que j'ai entendu l'album
>ce mail pour te dire que je suis de retour du concert de Lemmy,
> qui a eu lieu ce soir (Thursday 7 may 1998)  Paris, au
>Bataclan,in a full room (apparetly beaucoup eof guest once again).
> the first part was by Vulcain (ce que j'ignorais avan=
>t d'arriver, sinon je serais venu à l'heure). La dernière fois que je les
> ai vu remonte à 1995 ou 96 pour
>l'enregistrement du Live à la Loco de Paris. Je dois dire que je les avais
> plutôt moins suivi lorsque est sorti cet album
>avec une ballade sur une fille et le suicide ou son hlm merdique,
> Transition, je crois. Faut dire que côté production ils ne
>sortent que des compils ou des lives, mais je n'ai pas regardé dans
> les bacs pour voir s'il y avait un nouvel album. Ils ont
>bien fait de ne pas arrêter malgré tous leurs déboires car c'est
> un des groupes français les plus solides et
>fidèle à ses racines. Je n'ai pu capter que 6 titres du show.
> Trois dont j'ignore le titre (la cause de cette  ignorance est
>précisée dans le paragraphe précédent). Pour ce qui du reste
> rien que du traditionnel "blueberry blues" "Ebony"
>"Rock'n'roll secours". Je les ai trouvé physiquemnt vieilli, mais y s'ont
> une sacré pêche lorqu'ils constatent que le
>noyau dur des fans depuis les origines (j'en suis) s'éclatent
> comme des "damnés". Celle là est ma préférée
>de leu= r carrière.[a good band it seems(well more or less, ya
> know! Bon mais peut-être que je te prends le chou avec
>ça et revenons à nos fidèles amours : MOTORHEAD !
>Jacky then says it was one of there 3 best show he's ever been to
> a de leur longue carrière.

>  He was on the front row 50 meters from Lemmy maudite
> barrière qui vous empêche d'approcher vos idoles. Lemmy
> meilleur que jamais, avec une Rickenbacker beaucoup moins
> imposante que la précédente, mais quelle efficacité.
>Toujours l'âm= e dévouée au rock'n'roll.
> Sur No class Lemmy a laché par inadvertance le manche de
> sa basse, mais il s'est vite repris. Ca a du passer presque
>inaperçu. Il nous a aussi balancé une clope, que personne
. n'a pu récupéré, de toute fa= çon je ne fume pas
>;-), mais bon c'est un collector qu'il aurait peut-être  été bon de posséder.
> Phil  fêtait aujourd'hui son anniversaire (37 ou 47?) paraît plus  
> épanoui que jamais au sein de Motorhead.  Il 
>nous a gratifié de quelques solos irréprochables, et il est en
> symbiose avec Lemmy et  Mikkey, lui aussi au meilleur de >sa forme.
> Mikkey, ah celui-là je l'adore, je le trouve vraiment à l'aise
> derrière ses fûts et quelle frappe ! On ne regrette pas
>le départ de=

> Philty, même s'il y a toujours une place dans mon coeur pour lui
> (ah   nostalgie quand tu nous tiens).
> Le son était bon et puissant comme à l'habitude, même si
> dans les premiers rangs  ce n'est toujours très audible
>et clair. Bref un show impeccable, des lights toujours judicieux,
> sauf le strobo sans interruption sur Overkill. Lemmy
>n'aimerait-t'il  pas les épileptiques ?
> Avant de nous quitter, ils ont salué le public parisien par une
> révérence, tous les trois côte à côte. Puis
>Mikkey s'est approch= é du bord de la scène et a tendu la main,
> je suis le seul avec qui il  a topé la main, du coup je
>ne me lave plus la main ;-). Dommage qu'il soit le seul a venir serrer les paluches.
> Mais ça fait chaud au coeur d'être reconnu comme leur public
> préfé= ré,   dixit Motorhead  (ne vois aucun

>chauvinisme de ma part ici). Tout le monde était satisfait du show,
> le groupe et le public.
> Voici ci-dessous la tracks list, dans laquelle il manque peu-être
> 1 ou 2 titres ou alors 1 ou 2 erreurs :-((((((((( j'assure
>pas une cacahuète niveau mémoire :
> -Iron fist
> -Stay clean
> -Metropolis
> -Civil War
> -No Class avec une dédicace hommage à Wendy O'Williams (RIP)
> -Capricorn
> -Motorhead
> -I'm so bad (baby I don't care)
> -Over your shoulder (?)
> -Dog face boy
> -Overnight sensation
> -Love for sale
> -Snake bite love
> -Take the blame
> -Sacrifice
> -Killed by death pour terminer le set, puis en rappel Ace of spades
> suivi de Overkill.
> Beaucoup de titres anciens en favorisant quelques albums particuliers.
> Quand Lemmy a quitté la scène il a poussé
> les potars à fonds, ce ouf. D'ailleurs j'ai perdu  mes capacités
>auditives pour au moins une semaine !
> bon je te laisse, j'esp=

I really can't be bothered right now with any more so see ya!

Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 18:41:28
From: thesonics - thesonics@earthlink.net
Subject: vote

A local radio station (KOCP, 95.9 FM, Ventura, California) is looking for votes for people's favorite rock album of all time. If enough votes for a particular album are totalled then they'll play that album on the radio on Memorial Day (May 31?), top 50 wins. The address to email to is: tonysrox@aol.com

They ask for one album per vote and one vote per person, and they also take votes at 800-827-7882. I'm sure they'll wonder about all the foreign addresses, but who cares.


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