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Issue #43 - November 6, 1998

OS: Blast
OS: Motorhead Logo.......
O.S. lack of support for O.S.
OS: Review Leeuwarden gig
OS: ?classic?
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #42
OS: Phil Campbell at Brixton
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #42
OS- Metallica covering Motorhead
OS: Wurzel
OS: Everything louder than everything else !!
OS: Cambridge and Nottingham Gigs
OS: Re: Participation
OS: sam gopal info needed!
OS: Motorhead Collections
OS: Participation & Brixton
OS: Motorhead comps..
OS: No Sleep 'Till Brussels
OS: whatever happened to the t-shirts?
OS: Motorhead gig 25-10-1998
OS: Oslo gig
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #42
OS Trying to bring Motorhead to the Twin Cities!
OS: Live recordings
OS: Macbeth
OS: A lap top?


Date: November 6, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: blast

Hello Friends!!

Well, first I must apologize for the fact that there was no issue of Overnight Sensation last week. I was SUPER busy doing all the last minute stuff for another project I am working on called BLAST MAGAZINE. It is now available to the public at http://www.blastmagazine.com. I hope you will check it out.

I am also shooting to have the Motorhead site up again this week. Thanks for your patience.

Ace Trump
ICQ: 6055706

Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 17:25:25
From: Craig Sesti - pitboss@nauticom.net
Subject: os: motorhead logo.......

Can anyone email me a nice, clean copy of the Motorhead Logo (as on the first LP cover) so I can use it for a tattoo and paint scheme for my Harley?
Thanks !!!!!!!

Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 19:34:52
From: "Fred Rogers" rogerscf@ticon.net
Subject: o.s. lack of support for o.s.

from fred rogers subject lack of support for overnight sensation

Greetings Ace
I must say that it would be easyer for this motorheadbanger to send in letters if the band was having a little more luck touring here in the states. I consider myself a big fan of the band,yet its hard getting excited talking about them when they are met with such apathy by the majority of the rock world. god it really kills me having to see motorhead open up for lesser acts,and I'm being kind! not to mention they way they have gigs canceled,wether its their fault or not that really sucks.but it spite of all that, no one is better at what they do. So I'm looking forward to another tour sometime soon please and a live cd as well.it would be nice to know how the band is doing for its label cmc int. any luck passing on if they'll continue on with them? anyway don't mean to sound so down beat

deaf as allways fred rogers mhb1262 rogerscf@ticon.net

Date: Sun, 25 Oct 1998 13:52:46
From: "Frouwkje" frok.visser@wxs.nl
Subject: os: review leeuwarden gig


I am also concerened about the participation of the MHB's in the mailing list. But here in Holland we have not got that many Motorhead news. So whenever there is something to tell, we let you know.

Review Leeuwarden gig.

I asume not many of you know where Leeuwarden is situated. Well it is in the Netherlands. And the band played there last night (the 24th of October) in Zalen Schaaf. Zalen Schaaf is very small, and we were all very concered about the size of the stage. What if Lemmy thought it was too small?!

It seems everyone is complaining about bad support bands, well I guess we were lucky. We did not got any support band!

I managed to get my regular spot, in front of the stage, on the left. It was the first time I wore earplugs, living just 2 kilometers from Leeuwarden, I knew how small Zalen Schaaf is, the sound comes straight back at you!!

Well, inspite of the small stage, the guys kicked some as. It was great as ever. Allthough the audiance wasn't very wild. They played a lot of older songs, which was appreciated a lot. Ofcourse some idiots had to throw beer on stage......Don't throw beer at us, we have our own!

I managed to get a playing list, the songs played are:

Bomber, no class, I am so bad...., Over your shoulder, Civil war, Take the blame, Too late, The case.., Nothing up your sleeve, Born to raise hell, shine, Love for sale, dead men tell.., Overnight sensation, sacrifice, stone dead, Orgasmatron, Going to Brazil, Iron fist, Killed by death.

"And just when the neighbours thought is was over", they played: Ace of spades and overkill.

Next concert I won't be wearing earplugs, it is not the same. You do not hear the crowd shouting as much and the distortion of Lemmy bass seemed to have died. And next day, only my tickets for the concert and the playing list reminded me on being to a Motorhead concert. I really miss the 3-days lasting sqeeuking sound in my ears.

It turned out that Zalen Schaaf is a good place for a Motorhead gig, we hope to welcome them soon in Leeuwarden.

Many kind regard,
Frouwkje Visser

Date: Sun, 25 Oct 1998 18:30:13
From: the-odd-couple@juno.com (Julie Wilson)
Subject: ?classic?

>> the highlight being Motorhead's cover of Metallica's Enter Sandman. It's a treat to hear Lemmy growl out this classic.


Just had to comment on the above. You don't really think that this number is classic do you? It marked the crapping out of what was once a very decent band. I wouldn't let them lick my Orgasmatron for a triple album of that shite. I am sure that Lemmy and co. will improve upon it but gee, a classic?


p.s. I will send in my Lemmy interview that I promised just been insanely busy and I want to edit a bit of our more personal chatter before giving it to you all.

**Editor: To each his own...

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 09:36:01
From: Bart - homer@snpp.demon.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #42

-Ace O Trump - acetrump@bigfoot.com wrote about
>OS: For those of you who haven't heard, Metallica will be
>covering the following 4 Motorhead songs on their new
>release, "Garage Inc.", due out November 24:
>Stone Dead Forever
>Too Late Too Late
>Damage Case

They already have a single out with 3 of these on it. Its called hero of the day, and apparently they were recorded during rehearsal for Lemmys 50th BP.


Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 05:00:38
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: phil campbell at brixton

Just something I would like to add regarding my comment about Phil Campbell disappearing off with a small group of women at the Brixton (London) after-show party.

The women seemed to be a mixture of press and those well-known to the band (family perhaps) which I should've mentioned. He might have just gone off with them for an interview or to sort out some other matter, but the "shagging session" was only mentioned as a joke by other people around the bar with no damage intended.

I just thought I should mention this before any readers get the wrong impression from my article posted in issue #42 of OS.
Phil is married and his son was present at the gig. Apologies to Phil and his family for any misunderstandings that
might have been caused.



Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 07:34:39
From: "John Nicholson" John_Nicholson@notes.teradyne.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #42

Hi Ace-

Just want to check in to let you know I appreciate your efforts with Overnight Sensation. I am hoping to see some US
tour info (or to win the Lottery so I can travel to see Motorhead on their home turf). I must admit that I am green with envy
at the UK guys sending in reports of awesome Motorhead concerts (with them headlining, unlike in the US where
they usually backup Ozzy or Black Sabbath in recent years).

I miss seeing theLoudest Band on Earth, and have to settle for cranking it up to the distortion edge at home after a few too many Heinekens. I have to do this when the wife is not home, lest she limits me to just ONE song!!!

Its good to hear Lemmy has lost a few pounds (I'd like to know his secret, (probably switched to 'Jack Lite)), as I noticed he was packing them on last time I seen him (1994). It sounds from the reports they are in top form and tearing up the bars and clubs in Europe. Its also nice to hear a little respect from Metallica for Motorhead. I also think Lemmy will do a great job with "Enter Sandman", as he did with his "Cat Scratch Fever" cover a few years back.

Heres hoping for a few good US tour dates, cheers....

John from New Hamphshire (a hick from the sticks)

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 10:51:37 -0800 (PST)
From: Randy Walton - waltonrandy@yahoo.com
Subject: os- metallica covering motorhead

Hey everybody. Regarding Metallica covering Motorhead on their new Garage CD. I recently got a short (50 min) live sampler of Metallica playing Stockhom Swe. in 1997. And wouldn't ya know it, Metallica plays "Overkill" live. Not a bad version either. Too bad when I saw them Sept of this year they didn't do any M'head. Also got a 50min live set of Motorhead in Stockholm 1997. Great sound (radio broadcast). I guess Swedish radio is one of the very few that have the balls to broadcast a live Motorhead show. Any American shows coming soon? All for now Randy W from Tucson AZ.

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 20:59:50
From: "LEMMY" lemmy@mail.wwnet.fi
Subject: os: wurzel

Hi bangers!

>He's a veteran who's been following Motorhead around, touring
>with them since the early days and tells us many stories
>about the band, the Hawkwind days, Robbo, Wurzel's drink and drugs problem, etc.

Thanx Sarmad, your report was really Great! I found out something I've never heard before. What is this "Wurzel's drink and drugs problem"? Just don't tell me that is was the reason for Wurzel quittin the band? Everyone who can help me with this, please do !!!

E-Mail: lemmy@mail.wwnet.fi
WWW : http://wwnet.fi/users/lemmy/motor.html

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 21:59:41
From: Berserker - berserker@wellsworld.demon.co.uk
Subject: os: everything louder than everything else !!

Dear all

I have to agree that Brixton was the loudest Motorhead gig I have been to in recent years. I also went to see them at
Southampton, which was a bit of a tame gig by their standards !! Even managed to get a Motorhead England t-shirt which they don't always have. Good to see them playing some old favourites as well.

About time you gave everyone a kick up the butt Ace, the OS digest has been a bit low on content lately.

Looking forward to the live album. Do you know when they will release it ??



**Editor: No word yet, but you KNOW you'll be the first ones to know...

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 23:07:16 -0000
From: "Andrew Austin" a.austin@glane.prestel.co.uk
Subject: os: cambridge and nottingham gigs

Here's a quick comment on these 2 gigs, since Ace has asked for more comments etc from everyone who is on the mailing list. Cambridge, 14th Oct. : VERY LOUD! A pretty good place, although not a particularly large turnout. We missed the 1st support act (Radiator), but the friends we met there caught them and seemed to think they were just about OK. On came Groop Dogdrill. First impressions were what crap sound. Not exactly loud, but still the quality was not good. As has been said before, what the hell is the bassist up to? We thought they were getting a resonable response, considering most were here to see only one band! But to start abusing the crowd isn't the right way of getting the crowd on your side, is it?! The best part of the set (best as in funniest, not quality), was to see some prat come on as Elvis (we think) and scream down the mic.. Yea, right. Good for a laugh, but not much else. What a relief to see them go! Then the 'Head come stomping on. I hadn't seen them for 6 or 7 ye

to pieces?! Even with, what I thought, not a very good sound, what an excellent gig! The power and energy of the songs is something else! And on the back of that, I just had to see them again! So tickets for Nottingham were bought! Nottingham 21st Oct: SUPERB SOUND! Whereas Cambridge are now rebuilding the Corn Exchange after finding cracks in the walls >from the sheer volume,, Rock City was the opposite. I don't understand this. Do Rock City have a limit to the decibel level? 'Cos the volume was much lower than Cambridge. As much as I hate to say this, even Groop DogDrill were OK. Ok, the bassist was his usual self, but the sound quality was superb, and we could actually hear the songs and instruments. Got to give the singer his due though, he tried his hardest to get the crowd going. Missed Radiater again. Oh well! And then on came Motorhead. The place was full! Good to see so many people turning up! And what a sound! Sorry to harp on about it, but you could hear everything! Everything was

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 10:11:41
From: Andrew Meredith - meredith@iee.org
Subject: os: re: participation

> Date: October 23, 1998
> From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
> Subject: os: participation

> Hello Friends!!
>First, I want to thank all of you for being a part of Overnight Sensation.
>Over the past few months, I have made several
>efforts to make this list more of a forum for all things Motorhead.

>Your biggest request to me was to have OS sent out on a more regular basis.
>Unfortunately, the result has been less and
>less participation in the list by many of you.

I think you are missing the point. The way to encourage participation is to run the list like a normal mailing list, IE each message gets sent to everyone when it is sent in. One message in this last digest had been waiting a week to be sent. You have to allow people to discuss if you want them to take part.

I send a mail asking a question .. someone sends an answer .. someone else corrects the answer .. someone else comments on the correction .. we're up to a month so far .. not exactly internet time ;)

Those people who are happy to keep an eye on things and want to keep on receiving a digest can do so. I don't understand why you are so resistant to this.

Andy M

**Editor: Actual, I am not resistant to this... just don't have the means at the moment.

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 98 12:13:18
From: svendsen - ketils@fiskaren.no
Subject: OS: sam gopal info needed!

hei all!
tomorrow im gonna see lemmy and the boys live at rockefeller (oslo, norway) ....for the 7th time..or was it more? :) .......and looking forward as usual! thankfully rockefeller treats motorheads sound reasonably well (in stark contrast to the teatergarasjen venue the played when they visited bergen, norway a few years back)

anyway, what i needed was info wasnt it? :) does anybody here have info (or even just HEARED of) the jam sessions
between sam gopal (lemmys old group from round 69) and jimi hendrix? ....ive heared rumours about these, but never got them confirmed. and if so, were they ever recorded? *drooldrool* :)

im ever thankful for ANY info - however loose - on this!!

ketil svendsen
motorhead at: http://www.fiskaren.no/zwentzen

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 23:31:35
From: "David Taylor" taylor_dl@email.msn.com
Subject: os: motorhead collections

I read the letter Jordan wrote in OS #42 about the Fistfull of Aces and Take No Prisoners CDs. I also picked up three Motorhead collections that I had never seen before. One is called Motorhead: Archive Series by Rialto Records. It is a really neat collection of songs including a rare version of Ace of Spades and a demo version of Dirty Love. It also has some rare (as far as I know) Motorhead songs: Treat Me Nice (which sounds like an early version of You'd Better Run), Waltz of the Vampire, Godzilla Akimbo, and many more. It is a really great CD.

The second is a four CD collection called Protect the Innocent. It has 17 song on it. It has all, well almost all of the greatest Motorhead song of all time from On Parole to I Ain't No Nice Guy. It has live versions of The Train Kept A Rollin', Steal Your Face, and On the Road (which sounds a hell of a lot like Built for Speed). PTI also has three songs I've never heard anywhere else: Hoochie Coochie Man (Live) (a cover), Deadman's Hand, and Eagle Rock. This set also comes with a booklet that covers the history of Motorhead from 1976 - 1992 and includes some really cool sketches by artist Petagno. It also has a really neat poster with the Ace of Spades cover on one side and the PTI cover on the other.

The last Motorhead album is the King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Motorhead. This is a live recording made at L'Amour East, Queens, NY on August 10, 1983. King Biscuit is a program that airs different bands and introduces them to the world. Blood, Sweat , & Tears, U2, The Police, and many other bands have been shown on King Biscuit. This album has guitarist Brian Robertson, Phil Taylor, and Lemmy. The end of the album has an interview with Lemmy. I think it's a fairly recent interview because Lemmy is talking about his book(???) a little bit. Ace? A book? Is there something you aren't telling us?

Ace, I just wanted to tell you that I really enjoy the OS and think you're doing a great job. Keep on rollin'.

D. L. Taylor

**Editor: Thanks D.L. I have heard things on and off over the past few years that Lemmy was writing a book, but I don't have any real info on it. I see if I can dig deeper.

Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 11:06:17 +0000 (GMT)
From: Ian Fuller +44 116 256 1597 - ian.fuller@gecm.com
Subject: participation & brixton

Easy solution Ace

1./ Start a row on something controversial.
I don't know what burning issue we could debate,.....................
Blackie lawless.....fat, old and washed up ?? Discuss Re-branding Motorhead as the new 'Take That", Lemmy doing duets with Puff Daddy, Mikkey doing dance routines instead of a drum solo.
Primal Screams cover of 'Motorhead'.................shite or a good tribute ? (Personally I quite like it)

2./ Sarmad: Great review, thanks for filling in the large gaps in my memory
Question: did that Tara Palmer Tomkinson bird turn up to the back stage party ?

3./ I reckon it's time for another Motorhead Video. At the Brixton gig I saw a video camera on the sound desk for Grroop Dogshite (Or whoever) I would have thought it an ideal opportunity to video the UK tour as the last video came out in 1991/2 , it must be time for a new one.

There you go ACE, some dribble for another edition.

Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 18:04:19
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS:

Hi again,
I just thought i'd write to recommend a book a read recently: the way of Word, by erm someone... anyway it's about medeival sorcery. If it's ever madeinto a film Lemmy could play Wulf, and Motorhead songs would be perfect to illustrate it. Anyway I don't want to spoil the fun of reading it...

Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 08:51:24
From: "Reijo Venalainen" rvenalai@edu.espoo.fi
Subject: os: motorhead comps..


Jordan Buck have bought Motorhead's compilation called Take No Prisoners in Canada. It has been sold also here in Finland and I think it's great compilation after No Remorse (can't say which one is better). In TNP the last songs are from the album Orgasmatron and like Jordan said some different versions for couple of songs which I haven't seen anywhere else.

Happy Halloween!


Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 15:44:47
From: alain poncelet - poncelet.alain@skynet.be
Subject: OS: No Sleep 'Till Brussels

Hello Ace,
hello OS fans,

Lemmy & Co were in Brussels on October 23th. It was a GREAT concert; full of surprises. First of all, "Bomber" as opening-song, followed without break by "No Class" and "I'm So Bad..." The playlist of this No Speak With Forked Tongue Tour is really different from the Snake Bite Love Tour. Exit "Stay Clean", "Metropolis" (!) but in came a lot very very old ones: " Too Late, Too Late", " Stone Dead Forever", "Dead Men Tell No Tales" and ,big surprise, "Shine" ( yes, they finally played a song from the APD album again ). So dear Motorhead, thanx and hope to see you soon again !!!

By the way, Ace, do you know why the actuel tour is called "No Speak With Forked Tongue Tour" ? Is there a live album in the air ?

**Editor: I have reports that a live album is in the works...

Date: Thu, 29 Oct 98 20:20:08
From: svendsen - ketils@fiskaren.no
Subject: OS: whatever happened to the t-shirts?

the motorhead t-shirt. the proud symbol of a motorhead fan. the signal to the rest of the world: "i prefer quality b(r)ands". now, why do i write this? last night i, for my 7th or 8th time, experienced lemmy & the boys live in concert (and what a show!).
as usual you can buy t-shirts, sweathers, caps, stickers etc. with the famous motorhead logo/petagno scull on it. only this time the manufacturer of the shirts had found a cheaper way - not the traditional, quality silk screen print, nono, - color photo RUBBER print! just like the t-shirt prints you can get produced in a few minutes with your holiday snaps on (and pizza while you wait). i mean, this is LOW-QUALITY stuff! the result? black t-shirt (or even olive green) with a thin plate of rubbery GREY logo/scull on it!!! this has to be stopped!!!! its emberassing to wear something that look as if it has come out of the same manufacturer as all the pirate spice girls t-shirts!
ok...sorry bout the outburst, but this is just plain cheap - and they cost the same as the ticket.
i will follow my mums advice to wash my old motorhead t-shirt inside-out. that way it will last longer.

best to ya all!
ketil svendsen
lemmy at: http://www.fiskaren.no/zwentzen

Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 19:34:13
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: motorhead gig 25-10-1998

Hi there, Motorheadbangers,

Finally, October 26 had come ... Motorhead in Tilburg (The Netherlands)! It was pretty hard to get in; it was the last night the hall (Noorderligt) was open. Noorderligt is a pretty well known Dutch concert hall (it is an old cinema with the stage deep down and the audience on a sort of giant stairway, giving everybody a good view on the stage) and on a last night everybody wants to get in so the concert was sold out in no time. I was a lucky bastard to know the support act (Lovebite) and after long nagging and a bit of luck I could get on the guest list ... only to find out that Motorhead cancelled the support act! Lovebite were very pissed of with Lemmy (who had already acted as a pain in the ass with irritating demands changing every day) as Noorderligt assured Lovebite that it was beyond their control; Mr. Lemmy himself demanded, only three days before the concert, that he wanted no support act. And that while Lovebite were looking forward to this important show for months!
Anyway, when we went to Tilburg in an old car (it has over 650.000 kilometers on the clock ...) we arrived way to early. We had a drink in a bar nearby, where more Motorheadfans had gathered. I spoke to some Motorheadbanger members that followed Motorhead through Europe, and they had an explanation. In England, a support act (Radiator) had fucked up the audience, spitting into the crowd and getting the atmosphere very tensed. They ruined the show for Motorhead and Lemmy went totally nuts. All support acts for the entire tour are cancelled, I was told. The Motorheadbangers, who may go backstage any show, are also not allowed backstage access anymore. That is an explanation, but I can't get out of my mind that Lemmy over-reacted. So, here are my two points.
1. If you hear anything about a band called Radiator, boycot them. If you meet them, beat them up.
2. Lemmy, please don't act like a child ... we all like the old Lemmy, talking to his fans and drinking a beer with them at the bar, a lot more. Do all support acts have to bleed for the shit caused by one band?
Don't get me wrong, this won't affect me being a Motorhead fan. I'm a fan way to long to let this spoil everything and after all, we're fans because of the music, aren't we?

Anyway, I could get in with my friens and we decided to have a great time. And so it was ... man, Motorhead is the only band that can do a show like that! From the minute they walked on the stage until the last song played, they really ROCKED! All the classics and more recent songs were played and my voice is still ruined trying to sing louder than Lemmy. They played for an hour or two, I guess, bringing songs like Bomber, We Are The Road Crew, The One To Sing The Blues, Going To Brazil (one of my favourites), Over Your Shoulder, Civil War and a lot more I can't remember right now, in a volume that was almost lethal. They ended with Ace Of Spades (of course) and Overkill. Lemmy also threw some humour into the gig by calling a song Dead Men Smell Toenails (which must be, of course, Dead Men Tell No Tales).
After the show, I was totally exhausted and we still had some beer tickets, so we drank a few and went home. After a long ride, I was finally home and slept for 13 hours.

Greetings from Holland,
Ice Thijs

P.S. Check out Lovebite - they are a band with influences from Motorhead and Exploited. I know, a strange mixture, but it works!
P.P.S. Jeroen, is alles gegaan zoals gepland? Zijn jullie binnen gekomen in Noorderligt? Ik heb wel even gekeken of ik je zag, maar ik had meer aandacht voor Motorhead, zoals je zult begrijpen.

Etalagepop, 12 december 1998 van 21:00 tot 01:00
* Optredens van: Premier Cock, Tough Daddy, Larrikin en Aberration.
* Locatie: De Binnenhof, Van der Hoevenstraat 17, Naaldwijk.
Ice Thijs' foute moppen pagina Ice Thijs' bad jokes page

Date: Sun, 1 Nov 1998 05:01:17
From: "Tin ka Nilsen" katnil@ha-nett.no
Subject: oslo gig

Since you asked so nicely for more input, here's mine on the Oslo gig: I went to see Motorhead two years ago, also in Oslo, and my expectations were high! I grew up on spaced out hippie music, and it is only in my old age (40 !), that I've discovered the blessings of music with some real power. Sort of spares my surroundings for (some of) my aggression, and channels it into pure energy! And in that respect Motorhead rules! This time I was bringing my daughter of 17 as well, who intil about a year ago proclaimed that Motorhead was only noise! The gig was in a small (comparatively speaking) cozy club, we're quite spoiled here in Norway in that respect, and we had found ourselves a perfect spot to stand right behind the sound equipment, where even my daughter (who sits in a wheelchair), had a good view of the stage. The warm up band was exactly that, but when you're waiting for Motorhead....who cares! When they finally entered the stage, I must say it warmed a mother's heart to se

stay young, alive and kicking! By the way, I really don't understand why so few women like Motorhead (in Oslo about 95 % were males), I mean, after all, Lemmy is the sexiest man that ever walked this earth! Siri Hemma at katnil@ha-nett.no

Date: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 12:33:12
From: Dhira-lalita - DhiraLalita@compuserve.com
Subject: overnight sensation issue #42

Hi, can someone help me please? I used to have a vinyl LP of Motorhead playing a gig at the Roundhouse. Good sound, but I lost it ages ago. I think it was an early gig for them. Anyone know if it is available on CD and what's it called. Thanks. DL

Date: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 23:12:00
From: Aaron Caswell - aaron.c.caswell@uwrf.edu
Subject: os trying to bring motorhead to the twin cities!

This is primarily directed at Ace, but if anyone else can help please contact me. I've recently become an unofficial employee of 'THE' club in the Twin Cities, Fisrt Avenue. I'm being contraced by their promotions department to hand draw posters for up coming concerts. My hiring is just one of a number of things they, the promotions people, are doing keep the club at the forefront of the Twin Cities' scene. Another of those things is that they are attemting to get more proactive at getting bands that are one of two things, hot and new, or mature and influential, while maintaining a quality level at the same time. I asked them today: "What about Motorhead?" They said: "Yeah!!" I told them the band is in Europe right now, but is planning a new release soon, which will hopefully result in a more extensive American tour. In which case, First Avenue would love to have them. Motorhead has played First Avenue before at least twice. The last time was in 88 with Slayer. I believe they played even with the original line up in the early 80's. Ace, if could please forward this web address to the band's management the Twin Cities' Motorhead fans would be very happy with you.


This is a cool club that anyone in the Minnesota/western Wisconsin area has had to have heard about by now. They've been around since 1970 under one of three names: the Depot, Uncle Sam's and of course First Ave. Please help me bring Motorhead to the Cities. The last time they were here was December of 96 (I'm not counting their Ozzfest appearence this summer in Somerset, WI) when they played at the Mirage nightclub, a "heavy metal," now closed. The turn out was huge, especially since there was now radio support and very little ad press. Like most place, Motorhead appeals to a wide range of music fans here in the Cities. Metal kids and punks primarily. We'd love to have them back.


Hey Voivod! You rule, as do all Motorhead fans!

**Editor: FYI... Motorhead's management reads Overnight Sensation, so consider your message past.

Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 09:07:06
From: Caleb III - cholyoke@zoo.uvm.edu
Subject: os: live recordings

To the motorheadbangers:

I have never seen motorhead live (for some reason every time I have an opportunity to see the gods of metal circumsances beyond my control deny me) and would love to get some copies of live recordings. I have all of the live albums on record or cd, but would love to get some bootleg recordings (especially 1980's shows, but I'll take what I can get). I can send tapes or recordable cds if someone is willing to make copies of shows for me. If anyone would like a list of the other (primarily metal) bootlegs I have, I can email it to you if you would like to trade tapes.


( - cholyoke@zoo.uvm.edu)

Caleb W. Holyoke, III (802) 656-3398
Department of Geology (802) 656-0045 FAX
Perkins Building cholyoke@zoo.uvm.edu
University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont 05405

Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 20:37:44
From: wiggedywak@juno.com (Edge Crusher)
Subject: OS: Macbeth

Hello all,
Ace is right, there should be more contribution from all of us, especially since he puts lots of work into this list and does a great job. If all you don't start mailing stuff in I will be forced to continue sending in more idiocy, such as the following: I've been reading Macbeth. The story is incredibly good and if you haven't you should read it. But the thing is I realized that I'm Lemmy-a-fying a few of the characters. He's so perfect for some of the parts, as i read the book I hear Lemmy delivering the lines. Hopefully since Troma had Lemmy in Tromeo and Juliet, they might also remake Macbeth, so here's wishing {they could include "Dead and Gone" on the soundtrack- it's in character}. Another thing which always amazes and impresses me about Motorhead is that so many of their fans have met them through unoffical channels. For most bands the fans have to sign up to a fan club with membership fees and then apply for a backstage pass months in advance and then possibly meet the band. But it seems that all you gotta do with Motorhead is sit around at enough bars. They're the man!

Date: Fri, 6 Nov 1998 15:24:08
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: A lap top?

I was reading a magazine the other dasy and came across an interview with Lemmy(which is nothing special, every magazine would like to get an interview with The Man'). They were just asking him about the things he was listening to now(skunk anansie) and what cd he'd offer to his enemy(Beatles tribute-you know the one with film stars singing). Anyway to get to the point in the intro they said they couldn't get him off his new laptop, which he never left...???I don't know if there is any truth to this, if so Lemmy is probably reading this right now so he can answer for himself!!!
PS the book i wanted to recomend is The way of Wurd -and not 'word'- bye...
Daniel the super saiyajin..


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