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Issue #70 - July 9, 1999

OS: Official Site Additions
OS: Concert in france ????
OS : Fast Eddie and Philthy too
OS: Re: Rickenbackers
OS: Hey, check out
OS: Subscribe
OS: Best of tape, Metal Prejudice
OS: for sale
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #69
OS: Website, MTV
O.S metal prejudice
OS: Motorhead Hat
OS: Motorhead and morals
OS: Russian & Ukrainian Motorfans Unite!!!
OS: Metal Prejudice in Russia


Date: July 9, 1999
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: official site additions

Motorheadbangers Everywhere!!

Alright! Things are really coming together now! I added some cool new stuff to the website yesterday. First, I have added several new tattoos to the Motorhead for Life section. If you have a Motorhead tattoo that you want the world to see, send it in! Also, after many, many requests and a lot of work, I am proud to unveil the new Motorhead Gallery. Lots of pictures of the band live. There is also a section that will be nothing but pictures of fans with the band. So, if you ever had your picture taken with Motorhead, send it in. The third (as of yet unreleased) section will be the Memorabilia section. If you own an interesting piece of Motorhead memorabilia, send me a picture and I will add it. This includes concert posters and handbills. I would also like to add a section of artwork from the fans. The artwork would have to be about Motorhead. Sharpen your pencils all you artists... let the world see your talent!

A quick note on the t-shirts (for those of you that have ordered them). I have delayed production of them for a few days. The silkscreener wants a minimum of 60 when they print and we still need some more orders to make that. Also, I have got several emails from people indicating that their orders are on the way. So, I decided to hold off for a few more days. For the new people on the list, check out http://www.imotorhead.com/tshirt.htm. I will announce the winner of the poster in the next week or two. Remember, the shirt is fully endorsed by the band, making it an official product!!

* When I went out on the road with Motorhead, one afternoon Phil and I sat down before a show and did a formal interview. That interview is available now in Real Audio format at:

The guys are currently on a much deserved break, having all returned to their various homes. I will be talking to Lemmy soon and get an update for you on how the rest of the tour went and the recoridng sessions.
Ace Trump
ICQ: 6055706

Date: Sun, 04 Jul 1999 20:06:44
From: jean marc Harang - jeanmarc.harang@wanadoo.fr
Subject: concert in france ????

>From an old fan of motorhead since '81

And what about a concert in the south, why not in TOULOUSE ????
We've a new Concert Hall called Zenith, a perfect place for a great Motorhead show....

Thank for all !!!!

Born To Lose, Live to Win,

Jean marc

Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 08:15:43
From: MCCARNA@uk.ibm.com
Subject: os : fast eddie and philthy too

Hello All,

I have often wondered where Eddie and Phillthy have gone, what they are doing etc. After Eddie finished Fastway I think he dropped out of the limelight a bit. He has though played again with Motorhead on encore numbers, I know I've seen him play 3 times @ 10th Anniversary, Cambridge Corn Exchange and also at London Forum. Philthy did have a band called GMT I think that he played in with Brian Robertson (somebody correct me if I'm wrong). That's all I know, anybody got any other info???


Nic (MHB163)

Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 22:15:30 +1000
From: Conrad Standish - Conrad@access.net.au
Subject: os: re: rickenbackers

>Never seen a Lemmy signature model in person yet. I'd like to give one a spin, but I would never abandon my beloved
>'76 4001 for anything else!
Lemmy's been playing one live for awhile. When I saw them last year at Ozzfest he had one. I know that they sell for about $2,000 here in the US, which puts them well out of my reach!

> Any other Ric-owners out there?

I too own a beautiful '76 4001, mapleglo and it is without a doubt the sweetest bass I've ever played. I must admit that Lemmy was a big influence, but also guys like Paul McCartney, Geezer Butler and John Entwistle. You just can't beat that Ric GROWL...


Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 07:22:38
From: "Billie G. Eyeball" eyeballs@ix.netcom.com
Subject: hey, check out

Bobby Castro's Punk Rock Picture Galleria at http://www.crecon.com/davidwomack Pics of Lemmy, Wendy, Kennedys, Crime, Avengers, Ramones, Dictators, etc, etc, etc.

Date: Mon, 05 Jul 1999 10:22:51
From: "R.Sjoberg" rikhard_sjoberg@hotmail.com
Subject: os: re: "os: subscribe"

Okay, Eija, here's the setlist from the great Motvrhead show at the Nummirock festival, Finland. The list isn't in anyway in the order Motvrhead played the songs, because I just scribbled down the songs on a piece paper afterwards. But let's cut to the chase:

No Class
Nothing up My Sleeve
Over Your Shoulder
Going to Brazil
Born to Raise Hell
Civil War
Take the Blame
Iron Fist
I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)
Killed by Death
Ace of Spades

The gig actually started with Bomber and No Class and as far as I can remember they did continue with Broken. Having played everything but Spadez and Overkill, the guys went back stage for a while, supposedly to check if the crowd wanted to hear more. And they sure did, I for example got my throath all sore by screaming "Iron Horse". Anyways, the guys came back and played Spadez and Overkill. Eventhough tight schedules were put toghether by the arrangers, Motvrhead played an extra 15 minutes, playing totally for 1 hour and 25 minutes.

An interesting point that Phil made was that his first tour ever with Motvrhead started here in Finland 15 years ago. Cool, eh?

I believe Lemmy, Phil and Mikkey were pleased to play for 15 000 people, as the last time they were supposed to play in Finland only some 1000 tickets were sold and the gig was moved to a small club. They cancelled that show, but they sure as hell didn't do it this time. Lemmy said at the end of the show that Finland hadn't heard the last of Motvrhead because they are coming here again soon!

To me it seemed crazy for Motvrhead to play a festival that was held practically in the middle of nowhere, some 200 miles from Helsinki. I and my friend started driving to Nummirock at 5.30 am (my friend had actually left home at 5 am) and we were happy to arrive in time at Nummirock a bit past 10 am. From the very beginning there was little doubt whether it was Scorpions or Motvrhead people had come to watch. Lots of Motvrhead t-shirts and flags could be seen throughtout the festival area and you could hear people talking "yeah, if I met Lemmy it'd be..." or "yeah, if I was Lemmy i'd..." and so forth.

As a conclusion I'd like to say that no matter what people say about rock 'n roll being dead - don't listen to those people!

Date: Mon, 05 Jul 1999 17:00:50 CDT
From: Kelly Harrison - outlawrebel76@hotmail.com
Subject: os: best of tape, metal prejudice

Hey al, regarding the "Play it loud, the Best of Motorhead" tape, It sounds like All of the album On Parole with the exception of the title track. Fore those who don't know; especially those in the States like me, On Parole was the first Motorhead album ever recorded, but the third one released. It was recorded in 1976 with Lemmy on bass and vocals, Larry Wallis on guitars, Philthy Phil on drums and Lucas Fox on one track. It was shelved by the record company until after Bomber was released. Most of those same tracks Appeared on the album Motorhead, with Fast Eddie on Guitar. Lucas Fox left/was replaced in the middle of or right after the sessions, Wallis left right after the auditions with Fast Eddie in which they were trying to get a second guitarist. BTW None of those albums are available in the States except on Import :( On to a more Serious subject, I must put my two cents in about the prejudice issue. As a white Male with long hair, who wears Metallica and Motorhead t shirts, and has the Lemmy/James Hetfield moustache, I too have had a lot of Prejudice directed at me. In high school I incessently got asked, "Do you worship the Devil?" When I would respond "No" People would say, "well don't those rock groups worship the devil?" You see, In the States there are all these arrogant right wing religious groups who are the self appointed moral guardians of everything. They're responsible for the V-chip, ratings of television, Protests against anyone and everyone that does not share their narrow, ignorant views on everything. Any kind of alternative lifestyle falls under their disfavor and they try to stop it. I think they're the ones who are responsible for all the rumors regarding Marilyn Manson ( the killing puppies, The one about him removing two of his bottom ribs so he could fellate himself, etc.)I'm rather surprised that this kind of stuff was going on in Britain, I always thought people were more open and tolerant there. Me personally I'm a 22 year old college student who loves heavy metal and punk music, is into photography, and has maintained a consistent "B" average all throughout high school and college. I may be a little goofy, but other than that, I'm a normal, adjusted person, like everyone else. I think that it's them with the problems, not any of us. Laters, Kelly Harrison, outlawrebel76@ hotmail.com - ordeltwo@aol.com

Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1999 12:13:03
From: "Turner, Karl J. (EXCH)" KJTURNER@exchange.intermedia.com
Subject: os: for sale

Greetings once again Fellow & Lady Motorheads !!!

After enduring many obstacles, I've finally completed my collection of original Motorhead CD reissues. However, I've got a copy of "Welcome to the Bear Trap", which, song-wise, is now obsolete to me. Before you flame me, I have all the songs on it. It is a UK-import 20 track collection spanning the Bronze years, and I'd love to sell it to a fellow fan who would appreciate it properly. It is also AUTOGRAPHED by the entire band (Lemmy Phil & Mikkey). It's in teriffic condition and I would like to sell it. In addition, I'll include a ticket stub and 2 different handbills from their May 22 Lackawanna NY concert, as well as the guitar pick I caught from Phil at the show.

$30 US, INCLUDING shipping to anywhere in the world in a padded package to ensure safe arrival takes it all. I'm keeping my autographed copy of Bomber though.

E-mail me at kjturner@intermedia.com for track listing or if you're interested. I only have 1 of each of the aforementioned items, and I'm only selling the stuff as a complete set.

Stay clean,
Karl Turner

- kjturner@intermedia.com

Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1999 19:34:07
From: "Dhira Lalita" dhira.lalita@virgin.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #69

>>Subject: what's words worth.

> > Anyone know anything about this tape I found in a dumpster the other day?
>> It's called What's Words Worth, was
>> printed in Holland with no date but seems to be a live show from the On Parole tour.

>It is from an early MH gig 2/18/78 at the Roundhouse where
>MH played as "Iron Fist & The Hordes From Hell".
>It has been released on CD, but not under the title "What's Words Worth"...
>It can be found on the Cleopatra label titled "Iron Fist & The Hordes From
>Hell Live at the Roundhouse 1978", Catalog #CLEO9413-2
>Cleopatra, 8726 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. D-82, Los Angeles, CA 90045 USA
>Amazon.com lists the cd, but states that the label is out of stock. See:
>Keep checking chain stores like Circuit City...eventually you'll find it.

I managed to locate this CD via Tower Records in London, thanks to those who gave me some help. Some say it is crap, others love it. I really like it, it gives a good idea of the bands development over the years.


Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 10:34:33
From: " jwhitesi@cts.com" jwhitesi@cts.com
Subject: os: website, mtv

Hey Ace, this is John. I was wondering when the Motorhead Homepage might be having downloadables like an official Motorhead desktop theme, screensaver, or some real great background files? Also, when is Motorhead going to have another music video on MTV?

**Ace: Well, to answer question number one... sounds like a good idea... can anyone help me by providing these files in the first place? To answer the second question... when the corporates at MTV get their heads out of their asses... and THAT could be a VERY long time....

Date: Thu, 08 Jul 99 00:29:03
From: "Joжo Gabriel B.Souza" jmotorhead@uol.com.br
Subject: o.s metal prejudice

Hello Motorheadbangers arond the world!!
I'm writing this because on OS 69, Oliver Cornfield wanted to know about the headbangers in south america .... Well, I am from South America and Brazil is my country. Here the headbangers are almost in the same situation,people think we are stupid,stinking,dirty and other bullshit.Here there's a TV network that made some dumb soap opera where there was some headbangers,their image was related to everything that could be of decadent and nasty in a human being.Can you imagine that?It was the biggest bullshit I've ever heard.They think that just because we use a black T-shirt with a Iron Boar we aren't normal people. In the Hollywood Rock that happened here some scumbag politician prohibited that beer could be sold near the stadium. And some ridiculous old woman who presents a Tv show, dressed in a ridiculous way and said that she was a headbanger.She told the brainless crowd that headbangers are a waste. It was pathetic! But among the others comunications means that really know what's metal about,They see us like normal people and have a lot of respect,but infortunately these means of comunication are low in number.No matter because we stay strong until the end!
Motorhead forever!

Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 15:13:21
From: Greg Havemann - ghavemann@wii.com
Subject: motorhead hat

Did anybody get an extra Motorhead Everything Louder then everyone else Hat from the recent tour? I am looking for one. I think it was going for $20.

Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 19:33:25
From: "ellard yow" eyow@thegateway.net
Subject: os: motorhead and morals

Recent issues of OS show concern with fighting at concerts and the moral image of MH fans. My opinion is that violence has no place at MH performances. Think about it. In how many songs has MH condemned lying, war making politicians an their anti-social status quo? Violence is exactly what the Establishment wants to do their dirty tricks. Ellard.

Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 14:14:56 +-400
From: Victor Blinov - vikor@cityline.ru
Subject: os: russian & ukrainian motorfans unite!!!

Thank you for your outstanding activity in running MOTORSTUFF on Internet,I don't know what should we do without you!
I'm asking for your help now.I watched the picture of Slavik Bukato in Motorhead For Life contest,he's from Dneprodzerzhinsk,Ukraine.Can't you help me with his e-mail address?There are not too much such a die-hard MOTORHEAD fans here in Russia and the nearest areas (Ukraine was a part of a Soviet Union,now our countries parted ways in politics,but we are still close on a personal level,many of us here in Russia have friends or relatives in Ukraine),so the time came for us, THE DIE-HARD MOTORHEAD FANS IN RUSSIA & UKRAINE, to consolidate and unite into a one East European Fraction Of Die-Hard Fans.It would be exellent,if you'd give me his e-mail address,and we would find a contact with each other. Also if you're gonna publish this message in your mailing list,I appeal to all MOTORHEAD fans here in Russia,Ukraine and the nearest territories:lets drink vodka,gorilka & beer and listen to MOTORHEAD together! Let's consolidate! In union we'll stand! If anyone has the same thoughts, Please,write me at - vikor@cityline.ru Hope for your reply, All the best,
Artyom Golew

**Ace: Well, I can't give you his email address due to confidentiality, but by publishing your request, I hope that Slavik Bukato will contact you himself. Fair?

Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 16:58:48 +-400
From: Victor Blinov - vikor@cityline.ru
Subject: os: metal prejudice in russia

In response to Oliver Cornfield

>I'd be interested to hear people's views in other countries- is there the same stigma attached to the 'head in South America, or >Eastern Europe, for example?

Hi Oliver and all the OS users!
Greetings from Victor (Moscow, Russia) I've read your thoughts on 'Metal Prejudice' subject and I have to say that you're right in your every word. You're interested in people's views in Eastern Europe... well, here's my story!

I was born and raised in USSR and of course I remember all the shit that was happening with Heavy Metal fans till the end of '80. Officially Metal bands were banned here 'cause their music, style and appearance didn't fit the communist ideology. I know that there was a list of bands whose albums were prohibited to be sold or translated here. This list was compiled by the Ministry of Culture of the USSR and I'm sure Motorhead was also on this list. But noone could prohibit people to listen to their favourite bands. Most part of the albums came to USSR and were duplicated illegally on tapes or flexi-discs. First HM band that I've listened in 1985 was Iron Maiden and their album 'Powerslave' and it really turned my life. Most of us metallers were not able to wear long hair, HM attributes or so 'cause it could seriously influence their job or studies. That's how the things were going till the end of the 'Soviet Empire' in 1990-1991. But now there are still a lot of people here who think that a man listening (or worse playing) Heavy Metal is a low class unintelligent drunk who can hardly find a good job or graduate university. Some years ago I'd explain it with the fact that all those people got this prejudice during the 70-years of the communist regime and they still can't get rid of it. But now I see a lot of young people who hate Heavy Metal and headbangers. They are much younger than me and I really don't know what influence their opinion. Maybe TV, press or something else. Is it the same thing in UK? Here in Russia most part of the people listen to what is shown on MTV or translated by radio. They even don't know what it means - 'Motorhead' or 'Black Sabbath', but the one word 'metal' makes them think that it's a bullshit.
Of course there are some metallers that are taking drugs, drink a lot or don't want to work. But how can they judge all of us by this minority. People usually pay much attention to the bad sides and don't want to notice good. I think it is not fair. Make an intelligent test between metallers and people who don't like us, and we'll see who will be the first! I was not surprised to know that some politician in UK is campaigning to call off the OzzFest. The same thing could happen in Russia too. There are a lot of so-called 'defenders of morality' speaking from the TV screen and sitting in the government. But I don't think they will be the winners, because we are standing for what we love. Heavy Metal really unites people!

Now some words about Motorhead.
It is not my favourite metal band, but I respect Lemmy for what he done for the world's metal scene. He's great! Unfortunately I was not present at the Moscow MH concerts (my friends say that I missed a lot), but I hope that they will come to Russia again - there a lot of Motorheadbangers here waiting for the gigs.

All the best


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