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Issue #46 - December 12, 1998

OS: Imotorhead Returns!
OS: Re: Remastered Albums
OS: Whats all this about a Motorhead cover of Enter Sandman?
OS intro
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #45
OS: ask motorhead doesn't work!
OS: Overnight Sensation Issue #45
OS: Ace's to the new site
OS re: intros
O.S ....Motorhead in OZ???
OS. Lemmy TV appearance in the 80s


Date: December 12, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: imotorhead returns!

Hello Friends!!

Well, I didn't manage to get an OS issue out last week as I was called away out-of-town on business at the very last moment. But, on the good side, out-of-town meant Las Vegas so it wasn't a total loss... :-)

The big news this issue is that the Official Motorhead site is up and running again! There have been some cool additions that I think you all would really enjoy. There are a few minor bugs still, but I am slowly working those out.

As some of you know, Lemmy's birthday is December 24. How about we gather a big old cyber birthday card for him. Send me your birthday greetings for Lemmy by December 20 and I will gather them together and get them to him. Send your greeting to acetrump@bigfoot.com. MAKE SURE that you put "OS: Happy Birthday Lemmy" as the subject of your e-mail or it is likely that it will not get included.

Let me know what you think of the new sections of the site and I'll talk to all of you next week.

Ace Trump
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Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 21:13:24
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: re: remastered albums

>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?

As far as I know it has already been released. If I'm not mistaken, I've seen it for sale in the Netherlands. I don't know if it's available in other countries, but I would be surprised if it isn't.

Greetings from Holland,
Ice Thijs

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Date: Sun, 29 Nov 1998 20:29:08
From: "jim and arlene godby" jim.godby@sympatico.ca
Subject: os: whats all this about a motorhead cover of enter sandman?

Hey Ace, I sure would love to get my hands on a version of the Metallica song. Does anyone know where to get one in Canada? I have inquired at the local record shops but no one seems to have a clue in things Motorhead.

Just to say a bit about about myself: Saw Motorhead for the first time on May 12, 1982. This was the Iron Fist show no doubt many of you have on VHS that was recorded in Toronto Ontario. This was the second last gig that Eddie Clarke played on and although many people have said this was a bad show it was not one to be missed. The opening acts were FIST and KROKUS. The sound was ok for the first two bands but we had to wait for over an hour for Motorhead to come on after Krokus left the stage. This was so the roadies could hook up more PA!! My god it was so loud your chest could feel the bass on every note. This was somewhat aweinspiring since we were seated halfway back and up on the side of what is really a hockey rink size horse barn used during the summer exibition.

This was the first show I had ever seen and it made me a Motorheadbanger for life. Since then I have not missed a gig in the past 16 years that they have played in Toronto. That would be about 10 or 12 shows. The thing that amazes me most about this band is that they just keep getting better live and the fact that they play smaller clubs where you can buy BEER is even better.

Just a note to the guy who liked the Intros, heres one for you. The gig was at the Concert Hall in Toronto on the Orgasmatron tour. Some guy thinks he's cool and spits at Lemmy as he's playing. Lemmy immediately stopped playing and says to the crowd "Some one out their just spat flem at me and I don't like that! If you see anyone out there spit again I want all of you to do just one thing...
CRIPPLE THEM!!" and promptly resumes just where he left off. Now I know thats not an intro and there is nothing worse at a Motorhead show than a bunch of moshers who have no interest in the actual music but would rather spit at the God of his craft, but that was by far the most powerful statement I have ever heard Lemmy make.

I've waited a long time to put my two cents in but this list is a highlite to every week. Thanks Ace and to all those who post comments they are all great.

- jim.godby@sympatico.ca

**Editor: Your welcome Jim. I am a fellow Canadian and have seen the ECW: Extreme Music compilation available in my local stores (it has the cover you seek). It is released on BMG Music here.

Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 9:34:11
From: ola.nyberg@system3r.se
Subject: os intro

Hello there,

About all the cool intros by Lemmy and the boys, I think the coolest I've heard must be the one they did on the UK tour in the autumn of 1986, supporting the Orgasmatron album. Pete Gill opened up with a short, sharp drum-intro (really cool), then Phil and Wurzel created some guitar feedback, but not too loud, as Lemmy said "Good evening you sons of bitches...", then the guitar feedback got massive and climaxed in Lemmy belting out the riff to Iron Fist, a really fast and furious version by the way. Pete really rocked. Boy, that just kills me. It's available on the "Slayground" bootleg album from the Hammersmith Odeon gig of that tour (funnily enough, it was called the "Eight Days in June" tour, although it was in September...

I recently went to the Stockholm gig, which was great with lots of old classics. I'll send a review of it when I have the time. Until then...


Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 10:28:24 +0000 (GMT)
From: Ian Fuller +44 116 256 1597 - ian.fuller@gecm.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #45

Dear All

There is a good Lemmy feature in this months issue of FRONT magazine, suitably humble, & some good photos so much so that I think Uriah Heap wrote the piece.

I have read that Motorhead are releasing a new live album, all very well and good, I am sure I'll love it. I would really go mad for a new video !

We have various theories of participation, I do not think that a real time service would work, I for one do not have the time to spend answering and contributing several pieces a week.

It was a bit worrying to hear from Spain that Phil may have broken his arm / finger, anyone know anything more ?


Date: Tue, 1 Dec 1998 10:23:28
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: ask motorhead doesn't work!

I tried to ask Lemmy what he thought about the 'Notredam de Paris' opera which is happening in France now(if he's seen it)and that he should play Quasimodo(thisisn't an insult at all-see the French actor 'Garou' if you don't beleive me),if the play gets adapted into English(which it should, seen the sucess it's having here in France. Then I wanted to ask Him if He's listened to French bands like 'Noir Desir and 'Louise Attaque'. then I wanted to know when the next album was expected. Then I wanted to say How good Motorhead is and things like that.
But when I pressed the 'submit button' it didn't work. Lucky you send him print-outs of this list!!! He may answer my message after all.
See ya

**Editor: Still working out some of the bugs in the revised site. Patience.

Date: Tue, 01 Dec 1998 10:35:07
From: Os - J.J.Ostendorf@students.law.uu.nl
Subject: overnight sensation issue #45

>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?
They're bastards.

>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.

Well, I've seen Motorhead four times (in Holland) and the first three had support-bands which I've forgotten about the moment they stopped playing. So these bands added almost nothing but did no harm either. The last time I was looking forward for the show 'cause there would be two great bands: Love Bite AND Motorhead. And if there is any band that fits to Motorhead as a support it's Love Bite. They play some 'city trash' as they call it themselves but I think 'power rock 'n roll' would be a better name, very like Motorhead! Also these guys are very professional. They aren't the youngest so it takes some to piss them off. And they have great references: they supported for The Exploited! So, it's too bad that the Dutch audiance saw some crappy old video's with an awful sound instead of a professional, dedicated support-band. Als je de kans krijgt moet je zeker gaan kijken!


Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1998 09:51:03
From: "M Glick" glick@wizard.net
Subject: ace's to the new site


Great to see the new imotorhead site up and running. The live show section is fantasitc. Motorhead is live!!! - studio recordings are great, but the live stuff is what the band is all about!!! Again continue the deciation to 'the cause'. I can't wait till the boys come around to DC on the next (current??) tour...

p.s. does anyone want to trade live motorhead stuff - I've got a few older jems, but am seriously lacking in the recent stuff...

Keep up the great work ACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- glick@wizard.net

**Editor: Ya, the new live section IS really cool... one of my favorite new additions! More to come....

Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1998 21:52:09
From: Jens Kjerrstr|m - md7jensk@mdstud.chalmers.se
Subject: os re: intros

"We're Motorhead, and we're here to raise your rent!!"
Gothenburg, sweden -97

From: "Helen I'Anson" moshweed@pirie.mtx.net.au
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 13:18:12 +1030
Subject: O.S ....Motorhead in OZ???

Have to agree with Stuart in OS#44, An Australian tour by the band is long overdue and we too are hanging for the day we hear some good news in this regard. Fingers crossed eh!!! Motorhead with Allegience as support...YEHHHHH ,That for me would be concert of a lifetime. Keep up the good work Ace, We really enjoy O.S...:)

Arthur & Helen
- moshweed@pirie.mtx.net.au

Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 15:04:08
From: "Martin Hannig" hannig@dvz-002.fh-muenster.de
Subject: os. lemmy tv appearance in the 80s

Hi MH-Fans,

does anyone know something about the cooperation of Lemmy with Kirsty MacCall (irish (?) pop/folk-singer) in the 80s?

I saw them playing together in a german TV-Music-Show called "Musikladen". It was a playback-appearance of the nice popsong "Terry" by Kirty MacCall. The song featured Lemmy as the guitar (!) player, making some dance steps behind Kirsty an then playing a dirty little solo. He was wearing dark sunglasses and I think a suit and his usual white boots. I still have this strange thing on videotape, also the following appearance of Lemmy in the same show:

At the end of the TV-show they presented Frankie Goes To Hollywood, playing their 1st hit "Relax". So I guess the whole thing must have happened in 1984 or so. In the middle of this FGTH-song suddenly the one and only Lemmy appeared on stage again, doing something like a Chuck-Berry-rock'n'roll duckwalk through the leather-wearin'-FGTH-members, through disco-flashing and smoke an fakin some guitar playin. Immediately he was gettin aware of two gogo girls dancing with FGTH. And - of course - with a dirty grin he grabbed this two blond, big-breasted ladys and took them away with him.

Now this was a rare Lemmy TV-appearance in the 80s I guess. I wonder if this guitar-playback for Kirsty MacCall was just a joke? Did Lemmy really recorded the guitar in this song "Terry"? The playback seemed to be serious, as far as I see it Lemmy played all the notes - especially the solo - right.
Martin Hannig
Muenster, Germany


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