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OVERNIGHT SENSATION!
Issue #45 - November 27, 1998


OS: Live Album
OS: Remastered Albums
OS: Words on participation et al.
OS: Motorhead?Metallica
OS: Bits 'N' Pieces
OS: Newsgroup
OS intro
OS: fighting indifference
OS: stuff
OS: apology regarding Radiator
OS: Rippp, ahhhhhh my ass!
OS Request. Dr. Rock
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation
OS: motorhead misses Euopean tour
OS: Nashville Pussy


OS



Date: November 27, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: live album


Hello Friends!!

Well, I got some more concrete news on the live album! It is tentatively being called "False Teeth For The Deaf" as we had previously reported. It looks like it will come out in March 1999 (the 9th I think) on CMC in North America. SPV will be releasing it in Europe. It looks like it will be a single CD, but filled to the max capacity. Management also tells me that there will be a North American tour to support this release, probably starting in March as well. ALRIGHT!!

As far as the Motorhead website, ran into a small SNAFU with the provider I thought I had made arrangements with (*^&$%$ ISPs!!!). Anyway, things seem to be in place with a new one and it could be up and running as soon as today.

There will be some great new features and some awesome new graphics. One of the coolest new features will be the implementation of the long awaited "Tour Through Time". The first show that will be provided is live at the Circus in Stockholm, Sweden on March 17, 1997 during the Overnight Sensation Tour. The show will be presented in Real Audio and you will need Real Player 5.0. This plug in is free and instructions for it's download are on the webpage. Also available (FINALLY) will be the complete internet Motorhead tribute MAKE 'EM DEAF FOREVER that you have all patiently been awaiting.

Well, thats all the news for now. Until next time...

Ace Trump
http://www.imotorhead.com
ICQ: 6055706



Date: Fri, 13 Nov 1998 21:37:05
From: Dave - dhmusic@warwick.net
Subject: os: remastered albums


Hi Ace and motorheadbangers!

I have three questions
I love "No Sleep Til Hammersmith", but my cd version leaves something to be desired when played. It does not have the sound quality that the remastered CDs like Orgasmatron and No Remorse. Is there any pssibility that this will be re-released, or is it lurking somewhere? Is there an official release date for "False Teeth for the Deaf" yet? By the way, great archive concert on liveconcerts.com especially the last song Overkill that is one of the best live renditions I have heard ever.
When is Lemmy's book coming out? OK, so I have five questions: when will Motorhead tour the States again? Last question: Has Lemmy and the band ever been on Howard Stern? Now there would be a great interview with glass breaking mini gig.

Stay Clean,

Dave H.

**Editor: New album (live) March 9/99 (tentative), tour to follow. Don't know when the book is coming out. To quote Lemmy "when I find a publisher that is not a comedian". I have a re-release of No Sleep that came out a couple of years ago and I am happy with it.



Date: Fri, 13 Nov 1998 23:17:50
From: zughiaq@juno.com (Eric R Chetkauskas)
Subject: OS: Words on participation et al.

The reason that there isn't much participation is that there is a lack of Motorhead happenings. I know they are touring in Europe or wherever but aside from the occasional review, there isn't much to write about. When this list first started, there was a lull similar to this but everyone was too busy telling of their past. Then a new album was released. Then OzzFest was on. Now, everything's died down and people are at a loss of what to say. (We're even talking about how little we talk now!). Hopefully, something will happen soon to undo this or else the entire issue will be etirely like this. Ace, I was just reading the end notes you put in at the end of each issue (yes, I was bored) and just have to ask: has anyone ever asked to be removed from this list?
By the way, that whole MacBeth thing went right over my head. I read the story and all but the characters just don't seem Lemmy-a-fyable.

**Editor: Yes, people have asked to be removed... probably 100-200 over the last 18 months, but we always get more joining then leaving. New memeberships have been on the decline since the Motorhead site has been done... but that will be rectified ASAP. The mailing list is currently about 1000 headbangers strong.



Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 06:11:09
From: Eric - wbjrace@mindspring.com
Subject: os: motorhead?metallica


>I picked up the ECW Extreme Music CD yesterday. Quite a number of
>good tunes here (mainly covers). Unfortunately,
>Motorhead's cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman" is not one of them.
>I'm not sure if our boys simply weren't trying, or
>(gasp!) they can't play up to the level of the Gods named Metallica.
>This version can't hold a candle to the original, end of story.

Hey! Come on! Listen to Kill Em All and No Life Til Leather and then tell us that Metallica isn't a Motorhead (and Diamond Head and who else?) cover band! Listen to Another Perfect Day or 1916 and tell us Motorhead can't play! Besides, Metallica died when Cliff died. The Black album sucks shit. But this is a Motorhead site, I don't want to stray. Maybe the Motorhead cover of Enter Sandman sucks because the original version sucks. Listen to Lemmy on It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock And Roll) if you want to hear a real cover song!

Cheers



Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 13:42:31
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: bits 'n' pieces


Hi there MotorNet Surfers,

SKEW SISKIN VIDEO CLIPS:
With regards to my last OS #44 post, I forgot to give the location of where to find the excellent "B4" video on the 'Net. Access my web-site on:

http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/8273/motorhead.html

and go to the "Special Guest: Skew Siskin" section. You've probably worked it out for yourselves anyway. Since my last message I also managed to upload some more video footage that you've got to check out. There's a clip of "Born To Raise Hell" live performace from the German tour with Skew Siskin's Nina C. Alice providing backing vocals, Lemmy talking about the band in an MTV interview and a couple of promo videos. UK fans can see more of what we Brits were denied of when tour promotors MCP ignored Lemmy's plees to allow this band onto the UK tour.

METALLICA:

I've read mixed feeling of Motorhead's cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman". I have yet to hear it, but from what I was told by Motorhead's management at the London gig, Metallica were totally blown away by Motorhead's version. But why "Enter Sandman" was chosen for the 'Heads to cover is anybody's guess when I thought there were other songs that would've suited them more. I know Psycho Squad, fronted by Phil's son Todd, cover this song at their gigs (they didn't at London), so perhaps there's a link there. But I personally thought that something like "Whiplash", "Damage Inc" or "Dyer's Eve" would be great for Motorhead to cover, fast and aggressive songs which Lemmy could do in his own way. Just imagine those songs with Lemmy's vocals! Or if he wants to go slower, "Bleeding Me" from the Load album would be great with its calm verses, and Lemmy can make those fast choruses kick extra hard and make it a better song than Metallica managed (not that it's a bad song, I still like Metallica's version).

BRIXTON GIG:

Cheers for the report, Oliver. That guy from Groop Dogdrill was in a right sorry state at the after-show bash. I didn't hear him calling Lemmy "Motorhshit" but that prooves how worn out my ears were after Motorhead's monstrously loud set! Hell, even when Lemmy was trying to have a conversation with me I couldn't hear what he was saying - just my luck, all I could hear was "hshfshpshsshtsh..." from him! Next time I'll have to try and talk to him BEFORE the gig.

Groop's attitude thoughout their support set was unnacceptable and I'm sure Motorhead won't be allowing them back in a hurry. When one of the band members aggressively threw a full can of beer at the audience, out of anger, that was totally uncalled for. OK, so the audience were booing and throwing empty plastic glasses at them, but how can throwing a heavy filled beer-tin be justified in return for a harmless plastic cup? I don't know what kind of music Lovebite does, the support-band who was cancelled at Holland, but if they're not appropriate to open a Motorhead show then the audience is not going to appreciate them anyway. Lemmy is very concerned about how his audience interact with his support bands and the last thing he wants is for the audience to be off-mood by the time his set starts, all because there's been a rift between the crowd and opening act. Lemmy's real pissed off because tour promoters don't always listen to his advice in choosing support bands, especially in England. Whether such audience/band rifts are the audience's fault or the support-band's faul, Lemmy would rather avoid it. By seeing how he acted in Holland, if Lemmy has his way he'll only allow appropriate support acts or no support act at all, to ensure a 100 per cent pure rock 'n' roll line-up.

Things weren't easy for Psycho Squad yet they still kept their cool against the abuse from the crowd. I think the crowd would've been more appreciative if they knew that it was Phil's son in Psycho Squad. At Motorhead's London Astoria gig in January 1997, Todd Campbell was called up on stage and introduced by proud dad Phil and the audience response was amazing. Everyone loved the idea of having father and sone performing together. Motorhead together with Todd played Ace Of Spades and the audience had so much respect for the kid.

KERRANG:

Anyone read the November 7th issue of this mag? There's a Motorhead/Groop Dogdrill article. The reporters devised a drinking game between the two bands before the show - perhaps that contributed to Groop's behaviour in the evening. If anyone hasn't read it, I recommend it as a very funny piece of reading. At one point, Groop's lead singer is asked "Who don't you like in your band" and he replies "All of them." Lemmy responds by saying "Good answer!" Lemmy and Mikkey also slag off Phil because he wasn't present at the game - he was in fact at the mixing desk with a few of us at the time, supervising Psycho's sound check.

Take care,
Sarmad.
http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/8273/motorhead.html



Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 21:33:40
From: "DaMummy" MUMMIFIED@email.msn.com
Subject: os: newsgroup


Ace
I was thinking of starting a Motorhead newsgroup.I was wondering if anyone was interested in helping support the proposal in alt.config



Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 17:20:36
From: Mark - rmr@csj.net
Subject: re: os intro


Hi Ace and MHB's,
I was curious as to Lemmy's intros. When I saw them in 95 with Black Sabbath in Chicago, he opened with "We're Motorhead.....and we Are rock and roll!" I dig the shit out of that one. I saw them again this year at Ozzfest in St.Louis and he opened with "We're Motorhead.....and we are going to kick your ass!" Can anyone add any other intros that Lemmy has said from past shows they have seen?
Keep it loud and raw
Rube
http://fly.to/Revelation



Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 21:20:31 -0300
From: "Jose M. Villar" josemv@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: os: fighting indifference


Buenos Aires, november 15

Randy Walton - waltonrandy@yahoo.com wrote:
Subject: os- metallica covering motorhead


Great sound (radio broadcast). I guess Swedish radio is one of the very few that have the balls to broadcast a live Motorhead show. When the Bastards played here in Argentina for the second time, their complete performance was also aired, and of which I own a 45 minute tape with Ace of Spades, Sex & Death, Over your shoulder, Metropolis, On your feet or on your knees, Liar and Stay clean among others. The sound quality is very good, considering it was recorded on a TDK normal tape. I will be more than happy to transfer this tape to MP3 or Real Audio format (whichever occupies less space) and send it to whoever demands it, but I need some technical assistance on this matter as I am not familiar with it. If anyone of you bastards can aid me on this one, believe me, you wont regret it !!!!!

And to the guy from Australia on OS 44, I know how you feel. I?ve been waiting for MH return since 1995, and I still mourn my voluntary indifference to their first visit ever to Argentina in 1992 (I accept I was an ignorant asshole at that time).

With nothing more to say, saludos,

JoSe
(a.k.a. Dogo)



Subject: os: stuff

Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 08:48:01
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr

Hello All,
just a few comments on what i've just read: Lemmy goes to the pub:I thought this was for Robinson??? Mettalica where good til and including 'Load', reload is rubbish! shouldn't Judas priest be a support band for Motorhead, and not the other way around??? look out for the girl with the Motorhead t-shirt in 'golden child' with eddie murphy ....\
Daniel the super-sayajin.



Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 15:58:30
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: apology regarding radiator


Hi Motorhead fans,

Oops ... unfortunate to find out that I insulted the wrong band. Reading OS issue #44, two of you mentioned that it was Groop Dogrill instead of Radiator that had fucked up the show. I was wrongly informed by some Dutch Motorheadbangers that had seen the show. Sorry! But all I blamed Lemmy of, was letting support acts feel the consequenses of the shit put up by somebody else.

Greetings from Holland,
Ice Thijs

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Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 21:11:01
Subject: os: rippp, ahhhhhh my ass!


From: wiggedywak@juno.com (Joey Joe joe J Joe)

=46rom: "Henrik Persson" shitpersson@mail.bip.net
Subject: os: enter sandman


Date: Sat, 7 Nov 1998 14:33:30

Hi there all you fellow MHB! I have been a fan or Motorhead for half a year so I don't know so much about them. I was wondering about Motorhead's cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman". Where can I find it?
I agree with the-odd-couple@juno.com that Metallica today is chickenshit compared to what they were in the 80's I had the opportunity to see Motorhead live in Malmoe, Sweden at a club called KB 28th Oct. Opening act was a Swedish band called Hardcore Superstar. They were fairly OK and sounded a lot like the Swedish glampunkband Backyard Babies. After they had finished their set, me and my friend who also is new to Motorhead looked at the merchandise and my friend bought a Motorhead England t-shirt.
After a half hour of wait, Motorhead came up on stage and completely ROCKED the place for the next 90 minutes. Since I am new to Motorhead, I don't really know which songs the played, cause I have never heard them before, but I recognized Stone Dead Forever, Killed By Death, Amazing if you compare them with KISS. The members of M'head and KISS are about the same age, but M'head kicks more ass in one show than the reunited KISS does on a whole tour. I know, cause I've seen both. Henrik

The fact of the matter is that Motorhead has more energy than any of today's bands, anywhere. Lemmy can rip today's "hot" bands a new asshole, without even trying. Here's to the 'head. Oh, if anyone gets a chance check out the Drain S.T.H. version of Ace Of Spades- I ever really cared for the original, but their's is great. It's twice as long {5 minutes} and superb. Her vocals are what a female Lemmy would sound like! The rest of the album is awesome too.
Torgo



Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 15:36:49
From: Master PVC or someone I dunno - masterpvc@earthlink.net
Subject: os request. dr. rock


Hello to all

A few random MOtorhead related questions.
1. Whatever became of the Motorhead, W.A.S.P. tour? I saw on eof the first shows in Michigan and I heard a rumor somewhere that the rest of it was cancelled after Motorhead blowing W.A.S.P. off the stage. WASP sucked and it was an obvious taped performance. Of course Lemmy and crew wiped the stage with their arses with one hand tied behind their backs. Ha

2. I have seen Motorhead about three times in the last two years or so and they will not play Dr. Rock. I love that song.

3. Where in the heck can a band get a LARGE banner made? Obviously not as big as Motorheads, but something large and well done. I have no clue as to where to start calling.

Thanks
MasterpVc



Date: Thu, 19 Nov 1998 10:17:48
Subject: re: overnight sensation


From: Paul_Hicks@neob.com (Paul Hicks)

whassup ace?
Just wonderin' when the new live album and tour in US is coming around? Keep up the good work. I haven't been able to check the new website, but possibly this weekend. hungry for some 'head. By the way, I read that some people don't like the cover of "Sandman." Well I think it's a fine tribute, especially since 'tallica already gave there appreciation to Lemmy on the b-sides as well as the soon to be released Garage Inc.



Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 16:50:14
From: Francisco Manuel Lorenzo Diaz - PROVISIONAL - lorenzo@hercules.uca.es
Subject: os: motorhead misses euopean tour


Ive heard something like phil campbell have an arm or a finger or wathever broken... 1 week just after one GIG on Jerez, Cadiz, Spain, im sorry for phil and unhappy for not seeing motorhead, but the man on the big heavy (the only one too) radiostation in spain has insinuated for two times that there are some problems or somethin strange in the band...

... Anyone to talk about this, thanks.

Ive been fucked up for two times about motorhead concert, one time they had to play with very low volum because close stages, and now the fucking suspension of the tour...

(in spanish)
Me cago en los muertos de todo, joder quiero ver otra vez a motorhead en un puto concierto de verdad de una puta vez, cojones. Y que pongan un volumen brutal y que se me salga el pancreas por la boca... ... ... joder!...



Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 15:31:45
From: "Reijo Venalainen" rvenalai@edu.espoo.fi
Subject: os: nashville pussy


Hi again,

I was last night at Tavastia Club in Helsinki, Finland to see Nashville Pussy gig. That was exellent! I think they sound a little bit like Motorhead and band which have guts to come to stage after DJ stopped playing Ace of Spades can't be bad.. Still waiting for the day Motorhead comes to Finland again..

Repe


OS



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