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Issue #35 - August 28, 1998

OS: As Promised!
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #34
os: too few motorhead fans in atlanta?
OS: RE: Overnight Sensation Issue #34
Os: Hey there
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #34
OS: Re: Lemmy on the Daily News
OS: Daily Show
OS: Decayed Remains - tribute
OS: More crap
OS Tribute


Date: August 28, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: as promised!

Hello Again Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

Well, well, well. 'Ol Ace has finally kept his word and the issue goes out on time! Believe me, this is the first of many!

No new news to report so far. Just glad to be here!

Ace Trump

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 08:49:32
From: "Bisan Calmeyer" Bisan.Calmeyer@fafo.no
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #34

I need the lyrics to "desp. for you", from Snake bite love.

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 01:18:28
From: "brandon maynard" a6663db1@hotmail.com
Subject: os: too few motorhead fans in atlanta?

i have heard that the show in atlanta was cancelled because of lack of ticket sales, and i find this hard to believe. i saw motorhead on the 'overnight sensation' tour, which really wasn't that long ago, and the place was fucking packed. there has to be some other reason.


Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 10:17:37
From: Phil Tyler Phil.Tyler@riva-group.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #34


Great to get a new newsletter and I've got my tickets for the Manchester gig on 9th October and CANNOT wait!!! I'm taking a Motorhead virgin along with me so will counseling be available after the show to help him over the shock of seeing the worlds loudest band? It was great to hear on the news (yes it made the BBC Radio 5-Live entertainment news) that Lemmie had been given an award at the Kerrang awards for life-time songwriting achievement, do you know how he feels about this?

Phil Tyler
"Nobody knows the trouble I've seen......
but it could be arranged." - Lemmie

**Editor: I'll ask him....

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 13:14:28 +0300
From: Elkana Ahiti kfirgdal@mail.iol.co.il
Subject: os: hey there

Hey there,
I am new around here. I started to listen to Motorhead after I got "Blitzkreig on Birmingham 77" which I really loved - Iron Horse is a greath song. I know that motorhead is playing for over 20 years, have they changed their style during those years?
What Motorhead Album do you mostly recommend for me?
yours, Kfir

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 11:59:53
From: gordon grieder gordg@caprice.mb.ca
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #34


All this silly bickering among Motorhead fans... tsk tsk, what would Lemmy say/growl/grunt ?

If everybody spent this much energy on 'Spreading the MotorWord(tm)' it would be a fine thing indeed.

Just MHO. Back to lurking.

gordon grieder http://www.grub.net
grub@grub.net "purveyors of fine crud"
root@localhost <-spam killer cat paycheque > /dev/beer

**Editor: Couldn't have said it better myself!

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 08:23:00
From: "John Nicholson" John_Nicholson@notes.teradyne.com
Subject: re: lemmy on the daily news

I saw the Daily News with Lemmy on it, as I was lucky enough to catch a commercial saying he would make an appearance. He seemed a little laid back but did answer all questions Craig put to he with his usual Lemmy wit. He made one good joke I remember when Craig asked him about waking up with groupies, to which Lemmy replied something along the line of "If she wakes up in my bed, she already got a wake up call" (not the exact verbage or nearly as funny).

I missed out on Oz fest, but would prefer to see Motorhead headline. The short sets they do on the Oz fest tours are really just a tease. I've seen 'em 5 times from '82 thru '94, and missed out on a show they were supposed to do with Slayer but inexplicably never showed up (Providence, Rhode Island).

I also got to meet L:emmy breifly in person at a BTO gig in Bostons now defunct Channel Club after they played at another venue earlier that night.

Keep up the good work with the mail list.

John from New Hampshire

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 08:25:08
From: brianj213@juno.com (Jordan Buck)
Subject: OS: Daily Show

I have the Lemmy interview on tape ... he seemed to be a little tired or something ... hangover maybe? But he managed to keep Craig Kilborn from looking too much like a dork. And also, how tall is Lemmy? Craig completely *dwarfed* him (it looked like there was at least a foot and a half of difference there)



Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 14:58:30
From: Matthijs Withaar mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os:

Hi Motorheadbangers,

>Hello all you MH-Bangers, I went to the Dauwpop Festival in Hellendoorn
(The Netherlands) in May this year. It was really great!

Tell me, I was there! Over the years I had bad luck trying to catch Motorhead on the road (cancelled shows, going with a friend that can borrow a car and finding out that he can't half an hour before the concert etc.), but this show made it all up. I wore earplugs and still my ears were ringing with noise. They ROCKED!

>But for the third time someone put his foot in my face and I got really mad. I got hold of his shirt and tried to smash his kidneys. Well, security did not approve of my action and tried to pull me out of the crowd.

The security were no bastards. One of them took my camera. I feared it was confiscated, but no: he walked to the stage and took a picture of Lemmy in his usual position (under the microphone) and returned my camera!

>I have to agree with Mark Karl, Bastard is a good album. Especially " Don't let daddy kiss me" and "Liar" are my favorit songs. I am not going soft on you, but you have to admit, by listening to "Don't let daddy kiss me", you would really like to kill the Bastard! The text is extremely good, the music fits right in. You can almost see what's happening with that litle girl. My favorit album is 1916. Because of "Love me forever", "The one to sing the blues" and "No voices in the sky". Not many MHB are too crazy about the song "1916", but again you have to listen to the lyrics to enjoy it.

Hey, finally people that like Bastards and 1916. As far as I'm concerned, 1916 is their best album ever. Bastards is very good as well. I don't like "Don't let daddy kiss me" and "1916"; I have to agree on you that the lyrics are great, but I simply don't like the music.

Greetings from Holland,
Ice Thijs

Flaat Fiasco Festival, 15 bands in twee zalen
voorverkoop Hfl 15,- aan de deur Hfl 20,-

Waar: de Naald, Naaldwijk
Wanneer: 12 september 1998 van 15:00 tot 23:00
Wat: Altar, Art of Premonition, Barton Dean, Dew Scented (D),
Grampus, Human Alert, Love Bite, Mark Foggo's Skasters,
MC Marky V & DJ Roelio, Meringue, N.A.O.P., The Parlour,
Reborn, Riff Raff en nog twee aan te kondigen acts
WWW: http://huizen.dds.nl/~fiasco
Ice Thijs' foute moppen pagina Ice Thijs' bad jokes page

Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 10:41:01
From: The Radicart Team radicart@globetrotter.qc.ca
Subject: os: decayed remains - tribute

Salutations Ace and hails to all of you on the OS list!,

Eric Massicotte here from the band Decayed Remains. It is really great to see you Ace getting back to the mailinglist and get all these nextlevel problems beside. I already erased the link we had on our website. If you are no more there, hehe, no need to link them.

I recommand to all readers to check out the website as soon as Ace have found a new home for Motorhead. Check out the tribute thing and tune up to the version of 'Iron Fist' from Decayed Remains. Oh yes, and prepare to get your little body in a slimmy pulp on the floor (we recoomand you to stand 5' from the speakers).

1100 readers for the list? This is really great!

Please, can anyone tell me when Motorhead will finally hit Montreal, Quebec? I tell you all, if they do not come here I will open my wrists...haha..ok lemmy? This is a menace!....hahahahaha

OK, stay clean and stay HEAVY! Rock n' Roll the only way!



Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 19:57:45
From: Max Headroom shluzas@softhome.net
Subject: os: more crap

> I'm surprised it's so hard to find, I think it's my favorite along wif
> Sacrifice.

Don't be so surprised. The label Bastards was released on decided, for some reason, to be assholes and not distribute it very well at all. Fortunately, that didn't stop me from getting it on record, new for $3 (yeah).

> The sound was LOUD.

That's one of the things I really noticed about them at OzzFest. They had a wimpy little B Stage with nothing but their own personal equipment. Every band playing on the A Stage had free run of the giant Ozzy sound system, replete with 15-foot high speakers (I don't think I'm exaggerating) and none of them, including Ozzy and Megadeth, were as loud as Motorhead. I didn't get up to the front due to the drunken moshing idiots, but I was 20 feet away, and I still had some trouble hearing for about half an hour afterwards (which is nothing compared to when I saw them INDOORS and I stood right in front of one of the marshall stacks... I couldn't hear for two days). This marks the end of my disjointed sentences about OzzFest.

> Luckily he "was" a friend so he let me touch it.

Yeah, and it almost got stolen after the set. Trust me.

> Even though it was only 30 minutes long, it was good enough for my
> first Motorhead show.

If you had waited around with your "friend" you would have met Lemmy. Instead you had to suffer through Tool or something equally shitty (not Ultraspank!). Lower your head and say "d'oh."

> **Editor: I didn't catch it... did any one else?

Lemmy was asked something like "How do I get some Motorhead?" He held up Snake Bite Love and said "You go into a dark room, put this on, and spin around in a chair." Lemmy kicks ass.

Here's something having to do with Lemmy 23 years ago: I went to the Strange Daze spacerock fest out in Ohio (uggh), with Hawkwind headlining. Needless to say, it kicked ass. It kicked amazingly large amounts of ass. Except Dave Brock wasn't there 'cause his visa got all screwed up so the border patrol checked into his background (extensively, apparently) and wouldn't let him in the country because of a marijuana posession from 1974. Bastards. It was three days long, this concert, and took place on a drug/camp ground. I got to sit (yeah, sit) on the small ledge right in front of the stage, right in the middle, staring up at an amzing Hawkwind lightshow with everyone else behind me and a head full of hallucinogens. I even got to mace some undesirables!
Did anybody else go?

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

Date: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 16:44:19
From: Mark rmr@csj.net
Subject: re: os tribute

Greetings Ace and Motorheadbangers,
This is Rube (Revelation) I was wondering why CMC don't promote their acts the way they should. It seems to me that an act should recieve the same amount of advertising and promotion playing in a club as they would if they are playing a huge arena. Often a band will perform in a small club some place and no one knows anything about it until the day of the show. This has happened more than once here in central Illinois. It really tics me off. It would REALLY piss me off to find out Motorhead played in the area and there was no advertising!
Keep up the great work! Rock On


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