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Issue #31 - June 6, 1998

OS: Motorhead Conquers Europe!
OS: Bad News
OS: Anuthir Purfikt Dae
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #30
OS: Paul Cobbold/Hawkwind
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #30
OS: Re: Bad News
OS: Motor in France
OS: Vigin posting
OS: "I don't know!"
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #30
OS: Did he really say THAT?
OS: i?m no snake bite lover...
OS: UK support band
OS: Review of four shows of MOTORHEAD in Germany
OS: pics of motorhead & lynnott jamming in '82! ++


Date: June 6, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: motorhead conquers europe!

Hello Again Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

Motorhead Conquers Europe! As you will see, this issue has several reviews from the shows in Europe. I hope that more of you will take the time to write these... it lets the rest of us imagine the joy you have felt.

I have uploaded several changes to the website... check it out!

The tribute layouts are finished and they look good, even if I do say so myself. I am just waiting for the real audio files to be finished. The whole thing will be unveiled within the next few days... I will send out a special post when it is done.

It looks like I will be attending at least one OZZfest show. You'll get my report for sure.

I have already received several entries for our "First Anniversary" Contest. For those of you that are new, here is the post that I sent last time:

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: Sun, 17 May 1998 23:35:32
From: "Carl Edlund Anderson" cea20@cus.cam.ac.uk
Subject: os: bad news

>From: "Snaggletooth" mcfigrg2@fs1.ci.umist.ac.uk
>P.S. Thanks a million, Carl Edlund Anderson: I've been
>looking for a Bad News website for ages!

Thanks really belong to my mate, Rob Izzard, who put it up (and, I suppose, to some of the people from whom he ripped off the material! :) Once again, friends, the Bad News website:


That address may change to geocities in early June, but in any case should be back up as is in October,

Stay clean!


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

Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 22:02:01
From: dayth@juno.com (satan b zelbub)
Subject: os: Anuthir Purfikt Dae

On May 17, 1998 "Mikael Johansson" mikael.johansson@boras.se opines that apd is motorheads' best album. I do not agree. I do, however, agree that it is indeed one of their better albums, and sadly under-rated. The only gripe I have with apd is that in "Die You Bastards" Lemmy only says it once. C'mon, with a title like that, it's gotta be repeated ad nauseam, iron-maiden style. It is a rockin' kick-ass, flaming, arrogant, explosive motherfuck of an album. it's hard as a rock. It's shut like a lock. It blasts me into submission, I thrash my head and get blurry vision - and, sorry. listening to Pantera. it's all true though.
it was asked where to find live material from this epoch. i believe that the king biscuit flour hour cd has live apd stuff. since the people on this list enjoy pointing out ANY lemmy reference, anywhere, i feel i owe it to y'all to do this one. In "The Big (stupid godawful piece o shit old-man stinkin' geriatric decrepit prolapse-inducing) Hit", the big ending fight scene takes place in a movie rental store. All over the walls are Troma video posters. Amoung them are, yep, "Tromeo and Juliet" WOW! that's simply amazing. and one of the charcters used the article "the" and lemmy has used the SAME EXACT ARTICLE!!!! OMIGOD! anyhoo, who's going to OZZfest in Manchester, Massachusetts? (great woods) I am going to both shows, so if anyone wants ta meet up, chill, thrash, (and at the second show, attend my double nuptuals) before, during or after the show, then contact me. Dave, you don't count.

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Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 19:07:09
From: thesonics - thesonics@earthlink.net
Subject: vote mh!

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.

I voted for


BTW: What did anyone else vote for?

Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 22:08:33
From: Jayson Sargent - jlsargent@ucdavis.edu
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #30

I am not sure who to go to on this, so help me out here if you are the wrong person to bring this too.
I was reading the "Lemmy Speaks" question today, and I though that mabye it would be a good idea to take the question off that asks about Wendy O'Conner.
I'm not sure if you have any controll over this, but please do what you can.

Thank you,
Jayson Sargent

**Editor: I thought about this as well. This questions was, of course, posed and answered before Wendy's death. But, it was also the honest answer from Lemmy himself. What do think? Do any of you find it irreverant or in bad taste to leave up? Let me know...

Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 22:18:13
From: "BL Young" blyoung@hotmail.com
Subject: os: paul cobbold/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 ofat 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_ :)

Sorry, I didn't mean to imply that Paul Cobbold was involved with Snake Bite Love. I meant that he was involved in Motorhead back in the past, and the recent Hawkwind albums I've acquired all have his name on them.

Sorry for the mistaken meaning.

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Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 11:57:22 (DFT)
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #30

About the vote on that radio station( - tonysrox@aol.col) I think we should all vote the same thing, 'Ace of spades' for instance(It's not my fav. but it's a classic which deseves being played on memorial day. -also I think that Virtua xi is quite rubbish, pity cos Iron maiden used to be good....now they've gone electrical. I too hate polititiens, but I don't think Lady di was one.... maybe we should ask Lemmy!?

Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 11:13:44
From: "Radio Gnome Invisible" rgi20@cam.ac.uk
Subject: re: bad news

>> From: "Snaggletooth" mcfigrg2@fs1.ci.umist.ac.uk
>> P.S. Thanks a million, Carl Edlund Anderson: I've been looking for a
>> Bad News website for ages!
> Thanks really belong to my mate, Rob Izzard, who put it up
> (and, I suppose, to some of the people from whom he ripped
> off the material! :)

just saved me typing :-)

>Once again, friends, the Bad News website:
> That address may change to geocities in early June,
> but in any case should be back up as is in October,

this is indeed true! thank god for holidays


Radio Gnome Invisible
aka Rob Izzard, rgi20@cam.ac.uk (Talk/finger: rgi20@rgi20.joh.cam.ac.uk)
http://rgi20.joh.cam.ac.uk/ OR http://www.geocities.com/Vienna/8287/
Vim: How many f#&king 'O' levels did Hendrix have, then?
Colin: Good lord knows. Probably none at all
Vim: None!
Colin: 'Cause he was so incoherent and died at an early age. Certainly
didn't get first aid 'O' level, did he? DID HE?

Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 03:32:33
From: silvia - silviag@ctv.es
Subject: os: motor in france

Before going to France, Motorhead played in Spain. Their last gig was in Barcelona. That was on the 4th of May. Lemmy had been really sick the whole day. I?m a friend of him, so when their road manager told me about Lemmy?s condition went to see how he was feeling. Shit, he was really bad. He had a very high fever, was pale and covered in sweat. I was sure he wasn?t gonna be able to play. But he did it and, he did it better than in any of the many concerts I?ve seen from them. After the gig, Lemmy was even worse than before. I tried to convice him that the best was cancelling their show next day in Lyon (France). He didn?t listen to me and said he?d play. I suposse that he felt really very very sick if you guys say that that concert never was held. I have written an article for a Spanish magazine telling the whole story about his sickness and the Barcelona concert. Soon I?ll translate into English and I?ll send it to you. I just wanna say that after that day, my already great respect towards Lemmy has grown even bigger. I realize that Lemmy is the Rock?n?Roll in person. Anybody that is feeling so fucked up as he was, could have played a fake role. He?s for real.

Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 00:22:04
From: the-odd-couple@juno.com (Julie Wilson)
Subject: OS - Vigin posting

Hello all,
Yet another ugly American with far too much education coupled with a severe shortage of class here. I should be getting on the phone some time soon with Lemmy and am soliciting questions from you, the more knowledgeable Motorhead fans. What I am looking for is some really weird stuff. Like maybe a weird experience to be explained or something. I know that I met the man at an Alice Cooper show years ago where he played between Alice and Faster Pussycat. After the show he needed a ride to San Diego for some reason and I have always wondered why?(and by the way, if I had driven to the venue myself I would have given the ride gladly!) I will also be reviewing the Detroit Ozz-Fest show and would love to get fan perspective so if anyone of you will be there e-mail me and perhaps we can hook up.

Take care,

David (Julie is my wife so don't ask why the header is different than what I sign at the bottom. I really must change that. People e-mail just to ask that question. Goodbye, time to take my pills.)

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Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 19:59:33 -0300
From: Horacio Ramos Xavier Pereira - xpereira@sm.conex.com.br
Subject: "i don't know!"

Hello friends!
My name is Horacio Pereira i'm from Brazil. I don't know speak inglish.Could you send me some matter of Motorhead in Portuguese?
Thank you for the attention.

From: - 96016191@mmu.ac.uk
Date: Wed, 20 May 1998 09:46:48
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #30

A reply to Mister Snaggletooth.

As one MotorFan who loves the Royal Family with all his heart, I would just like to say that your opinions about our beloved dead Princess are not welcome in this country. If you do not respect the wishes of a still grieving population and pay respects to Her, please take your life and Motorhead collection elsewhere.

We will never let her go.

Mr G.T.Ebbrell

* Believe me... *
* I'm not my fault *

Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 14:35:05
From: "Snaggletooth" mcfigrg2@fs1.ci.umist.ac.uk
Subject: os: did he really say that?

>Regarding Lemmy singing rap together with Ice-T, that version of
>"Borne to raise hell" is better than the one in Bastards.

Come on, Jose, surely you can't mean that - it's fucking sacrilege!


>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...

You should have heard the concerts on the Bastards and Sacrifice tours where he was allowed to play a five minute solo. Now THAT was fuckin' something...



>>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.

I couldn't agree more.

Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 20:47:13
From: "dialup Stanzick Joerg" joerg.stanzick@dialup.FH-Aachen.de
Subject: os: i?m no snake bite lover...

yo headbangers...

yes, i am indeed disappointed by the snake bite love.overnight sensation was a hammer, as fast as aggressive and full of life, so i was quite curious... only two songs sound really interesting to me, the rest however does not. sorry boys.

and to him, who voted "another perfect day" as album no1 on his list: yes, you are right. "apd" (i hate those #?%$* shortcuts) is a (damned?) great piece of work; my favourite song is dancing on your grave - whenever it finds a few minutes...

...greetinx!jOeRg (from djermany) and pleasant dreams...


Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 13:37:45
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: uk support band

A support band has at last been annouced for the UK shows by the name of "Groop Dogdrill". Does anybody know what kind of music they do? Are they rock 'n' roll, metal, indie-rock, or death metal, etc ? I haven't heard of this band.Whether if there's going to any more bands is still to be announced. I heard a rumour that the fantastic Skew Siskin could be joining -
I hope Lemmy has his way and gets them on board too.

For everyone who asked, Motorhead will NOT be taking part in the Ozz-Fest UK even though they will be headlining the second stage at the USA Ozz-Fest.

If this note gets out on time, check out this week's (May 30th issue) of "Kerrang!" magazine where they have a Lemmy interview. He talks about things like favourite drugs, his first shag!, etc. For those who don't get to read the the issue on time, I hope to get the text scanned to post out on this mail-list.



Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 13:39:51
From: DICOM256@aol.com
Subject: review of four shows of motorhead in germany

Review of four shows of MOTORHEAD in Germany (19.05. Hannover, 20.05. Osnabruck, 21.05. Hamburg, 28.05. Bremen)

I went to four brilliant shows of MOTORHEAD, and I must say they were as good as ever! This tour they record for a forthcoming live album. I guess that's why the setlists changed from show to show, which is very unusual forMOTORHEAD. On every tour I visit a few shows and they maybe exchange one songfor another, but this time they changed the setlist every night, dropped uptwo three songs and put other songs in. They played a long set: 1 hour and 45minutes without any special solos, just the pure songs. It seemed to me thatthe speed of the songs is now more to the original speed of the studio versions. A few years ago they played everything much faster. You can comparethat to the last live video.

All three were in a good mood. Lemmy was joking as ever. Same procedures as ever and as we all are familiar with: Every show he says, "Guten Abend! We areMOTORHEAD and we're gonna kick your ass." Lem's usual amps were there (KILLER and MURDER ONE), but he has a new fan. Phil now uses not only Gallien-Kruger stacks but a stack from Engl. All the guitar sound seem to come out of this Engl stack bacause two mics are in front of that stack.

Setlist Bremen (* marks songs played not only in Bremen, but every gig Ivisited)

Some other songs in other shows
NO CLASS was dedicated to Wendy O'Williams (R.I.P.)

I hope they will do some festival shows again in Germany, like they did last year. But until now I heard of no festival with MOTORHEAD on the bill.

=== Martin Dietrich - DICOM ===

Me despedi en Buenos Aires el 16 Marzo 1996

Date: Wed, 3 Jun 98 11:05:13
From: zwentzen - gud@fiskaren.no
Subject: OS: pics of motorhead & lynnott jamming in '82! ++

hei my fellow motorheadcases! :)
from Michael Bennet i got sent four great pictures of the main man on stage, jamming with the late phil lynnot in varberg, sweden in 1982! great pics, go&see! http://www.fiskaren.no/zwentzen/html/lemmymania.html from a corean girl, with a liking for girrls-bands, i got a funny interview with L7. why do i mention this? Lemmy does the interviewing! :)
and: a recommendation: if you'd like to know about an important part of lemmy's past, and also check out some great poetry and lyrics from a really fascinating character - why dont you check out knut gerwer's great site on robert calvert? this site is where multimedia meets the www! a mountain of information, done in a way that ensures that you will _always_ find something
new and interesting!

have a nice summer, y'all! :)
ketil svendsen
my home : bergen, norway
reply-to: gud@fiskaren.no
my pages: http://www.fiskaren.no/zwentzen


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