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Issue #47 - December 18, 1998

Today's topics:

OS: Happy Birthday Lemmy!
OS: Re:intros
OS: Re Motorhead in OZ
OS: Motorhead Tribute
OS: Re: Whats all this about a Motorhead cover of Enter Sandman?
OS: Tribute Sound...
OS: enter sandman
Re: OS tour
OS: How I became a Motorhead fan
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #46
OS: When Lemmy was young
OS: Intros
OS: Bits and pieces


Date: December 18, 1998
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: happy birthday lemmy!


Well, I believe that this will be the last post before Lemmy's birthday, so.... HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEMMY! Your response to the Birthday card for Lem has been overwhelming!

No new news band-wise for you this week. I am eagerly awaiting the release of the new disc... and a tour! This time of year always makes me look back over the last 12 months. It's had it's up and downs, but everything works out in the end. I am proud to be a part of this and a part of the Motorhead family. I look forward to spending 1999 with all of you!

Ace Trump
ICQ: 6055706

Date: Sat, 12 Dec 1998 17:02:47
From: goposta2@ix.netcom.com
Subject: re:intros

Chicago, Oct 31 (Halloween) 1988: "Are you ready for some spooky rock n roll?"

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 12:46:07 +0800
From: "Graham" stalite@iexpress.net.au
Subject: os: re motorhead in oz

Motorhead with an Allegiance support hey Helen .....Great idea ..... But for one small problem .......... Since Dave Harrison left the band last year there is no such thing as Allegiance anymore .....this for me is very sad as they used to employ me....... But Lemmy did promise faithfully to return when he was here in 86 playing to crowds of 1500 in rooms that were built for 800 , so let's just see if he keeps his word ... There are thousands of Aussie Motorhead fans , but we're so spread out across this country it makes it a rarity for most bands to be able to afford to come see us all ...(Austarlia is generally where you go to write off taxesand losses vs. profits from the other more populated legs of your average world tour )
Graham -------------------------------------
"Was that ...See that German from the back of the hallway ????"
My friend Russell on hearing the first line of Robert Plant's " The Way I Feel "

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 01:16:55
From: "Frank E. Savage" tinman@laplaza.org
Subject: Motorhead Tribute

Good to see the site is up and running again. Is the Motorhead Tribute available anywhere else, ie. for purchase? Do to systems requirements (among other things) I am unable to listen to any of the songs. :-<
Hope you can help.

Frank E.

**Editor: Not at this point. I'm working on it...

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 10:32:38
From: cea20@cus.cam.ac.uk
Subject: os: re: whats all this about a motorhead cover of enter sandman?

On Sat, Dec 12, 1998 8:38 am -0800 "Ace O Trump" acetrump@bigfoot.com
> **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.

Does anyone know if it has seen a British release?


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

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 12:09
From: ton@ur.se (Nissila Tommie)
Subject: os: tribute sound...

Hi Ace.
I'm just wondering if it's possible to put up the songs on the tribute as mp3's as well as real audio? The sound quality now is rather bad and I think that it would be more enjoyable to listen to if they were mp3's. Though, I must say that all the bands have made great interpretations of their chosen material. Keep up the good work y'all!
/Tommie and Pump
- tommie@verymetal.com

**Editor: I'll check into the legalities of it...

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 15:46:56
From: "Daniel Gaunt" gaunt@pomerol.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr
Subject: OS: enter sandman

I heared the Cover of Enter sandman on 'EWC extreme Music' and it's a real fine version. As good as the original if not better! In fact It's the only decent song on the compilation!
As for the MH covers on Metallica's 'Garage inc', they're very disappointing- The sound is urendous(and other words I can't spell), and the playing is quite poor too. as for Ulrichs singing- well i expected better!

Date: 14 Dec 98 15:41:02 CST
From: Rube - mtrhd@netscape.net
Subject: re: os tour

Greetings gang!
People here in the states are wanting Motorhead to tour here more often, (as do I) but if you stop and think about it Motorhead tours relentlessly, mainly in Europe but from what I gather they are constantly blowing roofs off of buildings world wide. Unfortunately my jet is out of gas therefore I can't go to those gigs. I understand that you must cater to your biggest fan base ( which is Europe )so it doesnt bother me that much, still it would be nice if the guys would tour the states more often. This didn't make a lick of sense but I don't have any so..........Rock on!


** Editor: Count me in on that... !

Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 21:52:18
From: Dave - dhmusic@warwick.net
Subject: os: how i became a motorhead fan

Well, when it comes to being a fan, I have my own story of how I became a motorhead fan. It goes back to the mid 80's when I was in high school, and a school mate of mine let me listen to "killed by Death" The sound quality was bad, but what I noticed in the song was the singer was giving it his all. As a fan of Maiden, I used to play air guitar heavily for an aerobic workout. Years later, after not hearing Motorhead for about 8 years, I grew sick and tired of the bands who had no originality and did not have any sense of humor. Winter '92 I'm in the K-Mart record section, and I pick up a copy of (I think its out of print) Motorhead--the Collection. Iwas looking for some music that would not quit and put others to shame, and had a sense of humor. After cranking that tape up, I really got into Motorhead for good! I compare Motorhead to what I listened to years before and I say--what was I thinking?

Anyone else have any stories on how they got to be such devoted 'head fans? This would be a cool subject.


Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 11:46:13
From: Bart - homer@snpp.demon.co.uk
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #46

>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 saw them on the Iron Fist tour, where some gut decided to throw an orange at Lemmy. His missed, and Lemmy looked at
>the are the orange came from said 'Nyah Nyah Nyah Nyah Nyah', called the guy a twat, at which point he had the shit kicked
>out of him. So it wasnt big or clever :-)

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 13:10:53 EET
From: "Hermanni Virtanen" tohevi@hotmail.com
Subject: when lemmy was young

I found an old finnish music magazine at my band's bunker and it has some kind of Lemmy history in it. If you people want me to translate it into english and send it to you, just drop me a line. There is only one but. I think it will take few weeks to find time for the job. But I try Hard.

Keep on rockin'

Because e-mail can be altered electronically,
the integrity of this communication cannot be guaranteed.

Hermanni Virtanen Forget the Tuesday baby
a.k.a. Lord Holochaust Let it be a doomsday baby
Come on and suck a megaton
Omega Therion
/Ike Vil

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 16:25:35 -0000
From: Stephen Cunningham - stephen.cunningham@pegasus.co.uk
Subject: os: intros

Startime tour, December 1990 - The Hummingbird, Birmingham, England.
(Silent Night plays as band take the stage).....
"That's enough of that fucking bollocks!"....and straight into Iron Fist (I think - sorry, pissed).

Love and biscuits dipped in soup,

Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 07:39:05
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: bits and pieces

Hi all,

My article on the London Brixton Academy concert is at last uploaded onto my web-site. It includes photos taken live on stage and backstage. Look for the links "No Speak With Forked Tongue 1998" or "Gig/Backstage Review 1998". The URL is: http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/8273/motorhead.html

Thanks Ace for resurrecting the official web-site! The Real-Audio live show is brilliant! I just closed my eyes while listening to it, imagined I was being crushed and hurtled around by a thousand moshers around me, and it really made me feel like I was there. Will Phil Campbell's Liquor Store Adventures still go ahead for your web-site as initially planned?

I bought the Metallica "Garage Inc." CD with the four Motorhead covers. I wish they stop saying that the four Motorhead covers they put on it is "The Complete Motorhead-Ache". They sang six covers at Lemmy's 50th Bithday party yet they're not releasing all of them. We're still missing "We Are The Road Crew" and "The Chase Is Better Than The Catch". The complete set is only available on the various bootleg CD's going around and I thought the music industry is supposed to discourage this.

A note on support bands. Rifts between audience and the performing band, like Groop Dogdrill's set at Motoread's Brixton show, are usually started off by the no-IQ brigade in the audience. It's a shame there's always such a gang at every gig. However, for a band it's part of the job to cope with such hecklers and not to make matters worse. It's not the support-band's fault that they're picked to play in the wrong type of gig - blame the tour promoters. At the end of the day we have to respect that support-bands deserve a break and that they're looking forward to having a top-brand name like Motorhead on their CV's once the tour is over, to further their careers.. A new band called Huge Baby, who are acquaitances of mine, suffered racial abuse from some members of the audience when they supported Napalm Death at Birmingham, England, this season. Yet they kept cool and didn't let this turn their set into a disaster. (they also played at Metallica's "Load" launch party in London). Psycho Squad, the youngest band on this year's Motorhead UK tour, suffered the most initial abuse from the audience than the other support bands at the Brixton show but they too handled the situation very well and just got on with their set. Groop Dogdrill, in the other hand, who were the most experienced support-band of the three (I think they also have a record deal, Kerrang magazine are always raving about them) just made matters worse for themselves the way they tried to handle the hecklers badly during their set and they showed total lack of professionalism turning their set into a complete disaster. I don't have respect for a member of the audience who tries to ruin the show for a performing band, but neither do I have respect for a band who retaliates badly and make fools of themselves.

MHB #1881

**Editor: Thanks for your kins words Sarmad... they are very special coming from you, webmaster of one of the finest MH sites out there! As far as Phil's adventures... I am hoping he will do it. He was initially VERY excited about being involved... but I have heard little since. I'll keep all posted.


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