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OVERNIGHT SENSATION!
Issue #81 - October 29, 1999


OS: Come Join SETI
OS : Motorheadbangers@SETI
OS: Message for Imie Nazwisko
OS: AC/DC TRIBUTE
OS-What's goin' on?
OS: Help!
OS: Mikkey Dee, the best
OS: Censor
OS : Lemmy & Wurzel nightclub recording.
OS: Motorhead show in new orleans
OS: supposed PA show
OS: We the Brazilian
OS: atlanta show
OS: Motorhead Rocks Austin
OS: Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #80
OS: Reply to Jim Robertson
OS: Austin show (10/01/99)
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #80
OS: Motorhead over the years
OS: Beer drinkers and hellraisers
OS : US gig set list???
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #79
OS: Censor
OS: Chicago Kicked Ass!!!
OS: Going to Brazil
OS: NWOBHM
OS: Re: Motorhead/Nashville Pussy Tour
OS: hello all motorhead's lover
OS: Milwaukee & Chicago
OS: Shit happens sometimes...
OS: from Mike Lemster. Gustavo, censorship and stuff...
OS: Motorhead In Chicago!
o.s.:shirts&ebay
OS: Drummers
OS: Set List
OS: Mickey Mouse Dee
OS: Motorhead@Daytona's in MD
OS: Censor among other things
OS: Lamours 10/22/99
OS: Motorhead in Boston
OS: whatever from down under
OS: Lemmy On "Philharmania" CD.
OS: Censor
OS: a letter from Mister Kill-mister / August 1992
OS: Motorhead on tour...again
OS: Alive? Wurzel 50!
OS: Charts
OS: Beerdrinkers
OS: Lemmy owe me a pint
OS: DOES BOSTON SUCK OR WHAT(WIZZO WAS PISSED i could tell)


OS



Date: October 29, 1999
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: come join seti


Greetings Friends!!

First, I apologize for no post last week... I was in Seattle seeing another band that I really enjoy, The Misfits. They played a killer gig with Gwar... what a sight!

MOTORHEADSHOP!

Added some posters to the Motorheadshop recently. Working on more stuff.

SETI and MOTORHEAD

Alright! We are up to 27 members of the Motorheadbangers SETI group.... and we have collectively contributed over 1 year of computing time. But I know that we can do WAY more! Compared to the size of the list, only 1% of us are participating in this adventure. What have you got to lose? Join in the fun and let's make our mark.

So, if you are interested in participating, just head on over to http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu and download the screen saver software that analyses the data from the radio telescopes. All the instructions and details are there.

Now, we want our rather loud voices to be heard! To this end, SETI also has allowed groups to combne the efforts of computer owners to show relative rankings in participation. In other words, who has crunched the most data! So, I have created a group for all of us Motorheadbangers! After you have signed up for the SETI@home project, mosey on over to the groups section located at http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/team_list.html. Once you are there, use the search engine to find the group called Motorheadbangers. Follow the instructions there on how to contribute your efforts to the group.

Lets show the world that Motorhead fans can do their part!

FAVOUR

As a final note for this newsletter, I want to call upon you to help me out with a quest I am on. As previously mentioned in this post, I am also a big fan of the Misfits. They recently released a new album entitled FAMOUS MONSTERS. I understand that the European and Japanese versions have some extra tracks. I am asking OS members in Japan or Europe who can obtain a copy of this for me to contact me directly and see if we can work something out. I apologize for using this forum this way, but this is important to me... If you can help, email me directly at acetrump@bigfoot.com. Thanks!

TOUR NEWS

MOTORHEAD & NASHVILLE PUSSY

Sat Oct 30 Hermitage, TN Nashville Shores
Sun Oct 31 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
Tue Nov 02 Ybor City, FL The Masquerade
Wed Nov 03 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues

MANOWAR
w/ Special Guests
MOTRHEAD & DIO

Nov 09/99 DK Copenhagen - KB Hall
Nov 10/99 S Malmoe - Baltic Hall
Nov 12/99 S Hlsingbro - Sportshallen
Nov 13/99 S Borlnge - Kupolen
Nov 14/99 S Vaxjo - Strandbjrkshallen
Nov 16/99 S Gothenburg - Liesebergshallen
Nov 18/99 S Stockholm - Solnahallen
Nov 19/99 S Norrkoping - Himmelstalundshallen
Nov 20/99 S Karlskoga - Nobelhallen
Nov 21/99 S Sundsvall - Nordichallen
Nov 23/99 S Umea - Sportshallen
Nov 24/99 S Lulea - Arkushallen
Nov 26/99 FIN Oulu - Icehall
Nov 27/99 FIN Turku - Elus Arena
Nov 29/99 FIN Helsinki - Icehall
Nov 30/99 EST Tallinn - Linnehall

UK TOUR

Dec 3/99 London, England Astoria
Dec 4/99 London, England Astoria

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



Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 07:46:04
From: Bruce Ryland - BRYLAND@compuserve.com
Subject: OS : Motorheadbangers@SETI

I have to say that I am not very happy with the few numbers that have joined this project. SETI is a very important part of the space programme at NASA.

We all can do are bit and its cost's you hardly anything. The cost of your CPU time is about as much as leaving you clock/radio on.

IF you are the one that finds ET then the headline could read "Motorhead Fan finds life in space". Now that would be cool. Lemmy might even get to reply with "only way to feel the noise, is when it's good & loud". hang on I've heard that line already somewhere else.

Kris, RogerH and myself seem to be running away with the top three slots on this scoreboard. Nice one lads, I think were going to be the top three for a little while until somebody else gets some processing going. Anyone out there care to challenge us for a top three slot. NO!!!!!

Anyway, get that screensaver going and lets get the Motorheadbangers into the top 100 of all the groups. And just to prove I'm doing my bit you will find me at Number 1 in the Motorheadbangers group at the time of writing.

See you all at the London Astoria on Dec 4/99 dudes

Jesus
Bristol
England

UP THE GAS!

**Ace: Thanks for your support Jesus... for only 27 of us, we are doing well, but with more people, we will do awesome! Come on people, show us your stuff!



Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 14:43:34
From: Denervaud Thierry - DenervaudT@romande-energie.ch
Subject: Message for Imie Nazwisko

Message for Imie Nazwisko :
"Ballroom blitz" was the B-side of the Damned's single "I just can't be happy today". You can also find it on the album "best of the Damned", but only on the vinyl version I think.

Best regards.
Thierry Dnervaud



Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 20:26:22
From: haigd@gis.net (Haig Demarjian)
Subject: OS: give the gift of liquor

This is a question for anyone with any information on Lemmy's taste in liquor. I want to bring a gift for Lemmy to my next M'head gig-- all the years of pleasure that his music has brought me, I figured I owe him at least a token of my appreciation-- and I thought what better gift than ALCOHOL. But I'm stumped. Apricot brandy? Jack Daniels?
Any help would be appreciated.

HAIG DEMARJIAN

DIE YOU ZOMBIE BASTARDS!
Pre-Production HQ for 1999
c/o Glow Muse
210 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930

phone/fax: 978-281-8936
check out ZOMBIE BASTARDS! online at... http://www.gis.net/~haigd

**Ace: I saw him drink Jack a lot... but he gets that pretty easily... maybe something a little special...?



Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 09:52:49
From: "Jeff Vance" vancejeff@hotmail.com
Subject: AC/DC TRIBUTE

>**Ace: I know this would come up eventually... my role here is to
>moderate this forum and get the info out. I do not take the
>role of a censor in this newsletter. I think it is important to let
>people speak their minds in the form that they feel comfortable
>with. This is my current position. If you (as a group) wish me to
>become a censor, I will do it... but I need your mandate to
>do it. Motorhead has always been about being who you are.
>If your an asshole, be an asshole. I can gag these people if you
>want me too... but remember, the next person that might get
>gagged could be you. Too all of you, let me know your
>opinions... send an email to acetrump@bigfoot.com witht eh
>subject being "OS: Censor". Let me know if you want me to
>poilce these things more.... its your list, time to be heard.

Please, DON'T be a censor! I agree with you when you say that people must be able to speak their minds the way they want. The reactions on this list to this Gustavo guy make perfectly clear that he has gone way over the limit. Isn't that enough? The true Motorhead fans have proven that they can draw a line to point out what's acceptible and what's not. We are able to be self-regulating. To all members on this list: please remember that it's our adoration for Motorhead that unites us! I myself, being a Motorhead fan for over ten years now, have never seen anything stupid as this regarding Motorhead ...

Greetings to you all,
Ice Thijs
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Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 10:40:27
From: "Robert N. Whitney" rwhitney@supernet.com
Subject: os : lemmy & wurzel nightclub recording.


I got a audio tape from a friend of mine, who knows I worship Motorhead, of Lemmy and Wurzel jamming in a club that I can only guess at the year and have no idea of the location. How about some help? The band is made up of Lemmy, Wurzel, Mick Green of the "Pirates", a member of the "Band" that I can't make out the name, sounds like Rats Skeegees, and Dave Goodman. They play "Please Don't Touch", "Shakin All Over", "Money" (the best song they do by far), and "Let It Rock". In his typical style, Lemmy opens the show greeting the crowd as follows: "Hello you sons a bitches, this should be funny. It's funny already!". Later he comments on Mick Green saying "He was so pretty as a child". Great stuff but as I said I don't know where it came from. Any help greatly appreciated. Anyone like a copy? It is only about 17 minutes long. The sound if really rather decent for a club recording or dare I say bootleg or is it a pirate? Sorry Ace but no money was exchanged so I feel exonerated from any crimes against the state or Motorhead!
Best wishes,
Bob
Lancaster, PA
MHB #1852

**Ace: PLEASE don't authoritize me like that on the bootleg issue. I stated an opinion... I am not the bootleg police... in fact, I would love a copy! :-)



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 12:49:47
From: Mike Antisocial - antisocial_2000@yahoo.com
Subject: motorhead show in new orleans


Man, I was pissed when Motorhead cancelled the New Orleans show in September at the HOB. The House of Blues reps had told me that Motorhead is/or was supposed to reschedule the date. I am a Motorhead worshiper and have been ever since I've been listening to metal (13 yrs). The fans in New Orleans are begging Motorhead to come back and do the city righteously and shake up the scene. If you have any info on this please contact me. Thanx.
Sincerely,

Mike Antisocial

**Ace: Last word I had is that they would make up the dates, but I do not know when...



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:10:38
From: "*" benos@clam.rutgers.edu
Subject: os: supposed pa show


>Hey Ace,
>Just checked out the TLA website and it has some dude named Warren Zevon(wtf!?) scheduled for Oct. 28th... what gives? >Did this guy bail and Motorhead is now on the agenda? I hope so... I'd love to see Motorhead AND Nashville Pussy at the >same time.

Man, I really hate the way shit works out for me sometimes! This date was the only chance I had to see them, and it just happens to be the only one that isn't happening. Apparently, http://www.electricfactory.com is selling tickets for that Warren Zevon guy, so it doesn't look like Motorhead is going to be there. Ace, I know you relate whatever management tells you, but if you get any word on that show, PLEASE post it on the site as soon as possible. Thanks a lot.

**Ace: Sorry, no word... :-(



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 18:44:23 -0200
From: "Alpendre" alpendre@mandic.com.br
Subject: os: we the brazilian


Howdy. OS 80 was a real piece of history, complete with intelligent arguments and tuff rants. Now it's time for one more proud scream: Come on Brazilian bangers, let's do like the Aussie bros (hello again) and send the most positive of the mails. And, of course, let's tell how we want to get Motorhead playin' Brazil again - it's been a long long time. Ace, I don't understand why my messages, unlike some others', have been packed entirely into one big paragraph. They look like a big block, that kind of stuff some of us may be lazy to read. Great big doses of Caipirinha (the nektar of the gods) to you all. See ya. Ricardo
Alpendre do Brasil

**Ace: Sorry, I post them like I get them.... mayb it is some settings on your email program(?)



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 14:26:23
From: "brandon maynard" a6663db1@hotmail.com
Subject: os: atlanta show


hello, fellow motorheadbangers. this message is going out to anyone who is planning on taping the atlanta show. i will unfortunately be unable to attend, so if someone out there tapes the show, please contact me and maybe we can work out a trade.

bran



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 16:31:53
From: "Ellard Yow" eyow@gte.net
Subject: os: motorhead rocks austin


Due to poor internet service I missed several issues of OS. From reading Issue # 80 it sounds like somebody said something stupid and made a lot of people mad. Whatever happened I tend to agree that censorship won't solve that problem. The show at hte Backroom in Austin was a blast! My buddy, Robert, and I got there early. Given the security I could not get in to shake Lemmy's hand, but I did manage to shout "Welcome to Austin" and salute him. He responded with a thumbs up. We went to get some food to keep our strength up and when we walked back Nashville Pussy was sitting outside by the tour bus. I told them how much I liked their CD and that we had metal Friday at the machine shop where I worked, boombox style. Another cool band. Thanks to New American Shame, Nashville Pussy, and Motorhead for a historic night in Austin. Ellard



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 23:37:21
From: "Oliver S Cornfield" zckls04@zckls04.screaming.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #80


Hi all- just going to spout a bit of drunken drivel if that's ok!

>Nov 30/99 EST Tallinn - Linnehall

Alriiight!! I am half estonian myself! i love estonia and would recommend it as a holiday destination. the linnehall is great for gigs as well.

>UK TOUR
>Dec 3/99 London, England Astoria
>Dec 4/99 London, England Astoria

Anyone more going to email me re. meeting up at this gig??

>*Ace: I did not post the second email from Gustavo only because it was peppered with racial slurs. Please refrain from this >sort of bullshit... I WILL NOT POST RACIAL SLURS!

Quite right too. I know this subject has been completely hammered but i wanted to put in my 10 cents worth. I think we all agree that the censorship issue isnt down to what you say, its how you say it. gustavo showed us how not to write constructive criticism but at least he showed a bit of a sense of humour about it. Short of all out abuse I dont think censorship is a worthy use of Ace's or anyone elses time- after all who censors the censor? you ever think of that?? hahahaha

On the "what albums are worst" issue I think Alan Burridge said it best when i spoke to him recently "well they're all great aren't they?". Argueing about whether philthy was better or not is a waste of time- the fact is in lemmy's own words phil became "unbearable to play with- his timing was gone completely". Mikkey stepped in and was the best drummer i've ever heard though others may disagree (politely!) I think some people on this list should be a bit more grateful that Motorhead are still around at all to keep putting out the albums and music we all love.........

Actually having read os 80 again i think jim robertson summed up what i dislike about these critical posts. Patronizingly implying that newer motorhead fans are "incapable" of understanding that eddie was a better guitarist or whatever really rattles me. I think the most intelligent sum-up of the situation was:

>"People come and people go and that's what life is all about. I'm glad they try different things. How boring would it be if we >got the same thing over and over and over again???"

Sounds like a Lemmy quote, dontcha think? Incidentally, the guy who posted this was complaining about a post from someone called "Oliver". Hope it wasn't me.............

>I'm 35 and among my circle of friends a devotion to Motorhead is considered an ecccentricity at best and a pathology at >worst.

Interestingly enough it's the same for me. I'm only 21 but people are generally surprised when i mention the name of my favourite band. I have however managed to educate some people (including my hardened anti-metal brother) of the brilliance of motorhead. Failed with me girlfriend though...........

I'll stop burbling now. Ace am I making any sense??

Oliver Cornfield
Motorheadbangers World UK

**Ace: Oliver, your rants... er... opinions are always welcome! :-) Several people have said it in other words, but the bottom line is this... we all love Motorhead... that is why we belong to this list(!). I think we also belong to the list because we are looking for others that feel like we do... that live and breath the music of this awesom band. Finding people that have the absolute passion that a hard core Motorhead fan has is not easy, we are scattered all over the globe. When I look at the recipient list on this newsletter and see the absolute diversity of people and places that have come together under the Motorhead banner, it brings a lump to my throat. I started this list so that I could communicate with others that love music and Motorhead as much as I do. It has been resoundingly successful in that aspect. I have made many new friends from this list...
I have met some of you at gigs... the bottom line is this... it is about the music. It is about the music... it is about the music. The rest is window dressing... I consider all of you to be family... and sometimes family members fight... be they also forgive. We all must remember... its about the love of the music.



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 00:58:55
From: Matthijs Withaar - mwithaar@dds.nl
Subject: os: reply to jim robertson


>Just like Motorhead today really - Power Trio is what it should have been but for fuck's sake change the guitarist!

Can't agree with you - I've seen Motorhead three times now and the band, including Phil, really rocks. He creates a wall of sound that's as solid as concrete.

Greetings,
Ice Thijs
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Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 19:04:46
From: Nakmuay - nakmuay@eden.com
Subject: os: austin show (10/01/99)


Hey all. Just wondering if anyone on the list caught the Austin show. Didn't see any OS shirts.....

I got a chance to talk to Lemmy, he and Mikkey Dee auto'd my ticket. The show was great, it took 3-4 days for the tinnitus to die down, but it was worth it.

btw, does anyone know who opened the show (the guys before Nashville Pussy).



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 00:35:10 -0200
From: "Gustavo" overkill@bhmail.com.br
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #80


Yeah, may my english is poor, I agree, maybe because I don't have much time to review the mail at all. But you all have understanded my (in fact is our) point. I read almost all the letters about our mail and stuff, and I realized that some guys take this personal. We didn't pointed to anybody, and our intention wasn't to fuck the OS, or the subscribers. Some just thought that we was talking with them. I don't have to tell why... Answering the guy who said that I should stop to receive the issue, I won't. We read it and visit the official website for some time ago. We enjoy all the stuff. But there are some things that piss us off just like my mail pissed some of you. Some guys didn't realized that the thing about lemmy was a joke, but we prefer to make some critics to the band that we love, trying to do some good, to just send mails kissing motorhead's ass like: lemmy rulez, motorhead rules, I love that song, bla bla bla bla. The guy who said that the real fans have to stay with the band even if it was good and get worse: we don't dislike motorhead, we still love it, but pre mickey mouse ages are so much better.
Almost none agreed with mike pig lemster, about the thing about "censorship".

To ace, the other mail wasn't racist, we just sweared his country just like we sweared ours.

**Ace: PLEASE NOTE: This post has been edited to remove racial slurs and pointless flames.



Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 21:32:06
From: rockit666@excite.com
Subject: motorhead over the years


Hello Ace,
I recently subscribed to the newsletter and I really enjoy reading other peoples opinions however much I may think they might be full of shit. I see alot of people from around the world speaking their minds, so here's my 2 cents worth. Being American and proud of it we are guaranteed rights under our constitution and one of those is the right to free speech and to freedom of expression. This certainly has it pros and cons. A wise man once said "Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and they all stink". Because of our rights we get subjected to every wacko and zealot with some axe to grind who can nearly form complete sentences. It does however allow for the concept of an "open" forum. I am a 33 year old male and I've been a fan of Motorhead since I was 13 when I heard a live version of "White Line Fever" and thought what the fuck is this. I was drawn in immediately. I know everyone has there favorites, mine are pretty loose and encompass different periods in the bands history.
Basically, I love it all. Whose to say which member of the band made a more solid contribution. Philthy and Fast Eddie laid the foundation, but Lemmy is the one who kept building it up. Philthy is a great drummer, but so is Pete Gill as is Mikkey. Same with Fast Eddie being great guitarist as is Brian Robertson as is Mick Burston as is Phil Campbell. I think ultimately the band is Lemmy's vision and the others have helped shape it. Lemmy is one of the few true icons left in Rock as is Joey Ramone and Iggy Pop. You don't see Lemmy hanging out with Tommy Hilfiger or walkin out of Armani or Versace in some god awful outfit. He doesn't make some obnoxious pretense about being Rock n Roll, He is, period. I manage a record store and everytime I see some kid walk in wearing jeans that are 18 times too big and a tshirt down to his knees with his Manic Panic dye job buying the new Korn, Kid Rock or whatever I just wanna say: A.Pull up your fuckin' pants!!! B. Forget that shit, Try some Motorhead I get middle age people come in and tell me how cool they think Keith Richards or Mick Jagger are because they still Rock and Roll in their 50's. I say the Stones have been on cruise control since "Some Girls" and probably should have broken up after "Black and Blue" and if they wanna see someone really cool in their 50's who can still rock, Lemmy is it. Like the line in Airheads, Who'd win in a fight Lemmy or God? Trick Question, Lemmy is God!!!! Anyway to wrap my little rant up. If people want so desperately make assholes of themselves and show the level of ignorance they exist on, go right ahead. Let the more levelheaded majority weed them out. Just my thoughts and excercising my right to stink.
Rockit666



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 12:36:04
From: Francisco Lorenzo Diaz - lorenzo@dammedia.es
Subject: os: beer drinkers and hellraisers


> Didnt know berr drinkers... was from ZZtop, it has been a happy surprise, and more surprised i was when i heard the >original song... so cool!!!



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:56:26
From: MCCARNA@uk.ibm.com
Subject: os : us gig set list???


Ace,

Aaron Caswell sent in a short gig review which was great but can any of the US guys send pass on the set-list?? I didn't get to see Motorhead last time they came to England (my daughter decided to coincide her birth with the tour!!! :-))

Oh yeah and on the censorship thing I totally agreed with everything Robert from Stockport said.

Cheers,
Nic MHB 163



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 07:17:06
From: "marina bleifer" dim-sam@worldnet.att.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #79


Saw Lemmy and the boys at LAmours in Brooklyn Friday night - my first time ever seeing the band! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! My ears are still ringing..... seriously! My favorite tune of the night - Sacrifice with drum solo. Nashville Pussy was EXCELLENT - they're kind of like a nasty Nancy Wilson on lead guitar, Lemmy's long lost brother on vocals, Johnny Winter's long lost sister on vocals (who put on an awesome flame throwing act with a torch and bottle of vodka) -- what more could you ask for when the 2 girls start making out during an extended jam!??!?!?!



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:51:11 +0300
From: obocharov@fcsm.ru
Subject: os: censor


Hi everybody!

I can't tell that I bought Motorhead Album 20 years ago, I am rather young for doing such a thing. I began to listen to Lemmy and his group only two years ago. But I think I listened enough to say: it's real pleasure for me to listen to all songs. To my mind main idea is WHAT they are singing and HOW they are singing. They really do it from the heart and it's nice for me to understand that in everyday life these musicians are like their songs. And I ready to listen Motorhead again and again (any Motorhead, no matter, past proup or a group of today) and to have problems with people who have the slightest chance to work with me to...

See you here in Russia, Oleg "Barrel"

**Ace: PLEASE NOTE: Post was edited to remove pointless flames. I will NOT tolerate racial slurs or name calling... I really hate that a handful of you are putting me into this position. The masses have spoken and censorship will not occur on this list, with the exception of direct name calling (pointless) and racial slurs (pointless). What is the point?



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:12:20
From: "Jeff Vance" vancejeff@hotmail.com
Subject: chicago kicked ass!!!


I'm back from Chicago. The 4th time that I've seen Motorhead, and I can't wait for number 5. All 3 bands kicked ass. Does anybody know what the name of the first band was. I know they were from Norway. Nashville Pussy was a pleasant surprise. It was the first time that I heard their stuff, and I must say that the bass player was the tallest chick that I've ever seen.
JESUS!!! She has to be about 6'5 I would think. I loved that rendition of Ted Nugent's Wang Dang, Sweet Poontang. KICKED ASS I MUST SAY!!!

My favorite Motorhead song of the evening was "Dead Men Smell Toenails". HA!!!!!!!! That was fuckin hilarious!!!
Thanks to Lemmy, Mikkey, and Phil along with Nashville Pussy for making this a night to remember.



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:42
From: homer@cix.co.uk (Homer)
Subject: going to brazil


Anyone know where I can get the music/tabs for this ?

----------------
Homer Ramone



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 15:05:21
From: "John \"spanky\" Barleycorn" spanky@ilm.com
Subject: OS: NWOBHM

Hey to all.

I wanted throw in my two stinkin' cents about some posts.

Someone posted about Fast Eddy being THE MH sound. That's a hard call. He is definitely underrated as a contributor to their overall initial sound (I saw the ACE OF SPADES tour in Toronto and his guitar sound was killer) but I think the real MH kicker is the way Lemmy plays power chords on his bass. That sound is so damn distinctive and it kicks you right in the head when he joins in the song. Just like the excellent gravel voice...the best!

This sort of brings me to someone seeing them listed as the leaders of the NWOBHM. To me they were the grandfathers of raw punk as opposed to the "finesse" of the British HM bands. I mean Philthy practically learned to play the drums while they were trying to record the first album. How can you get more punk then that!? I think they just needed to lump them in with something.

he he

Actually, speaking of the Toronto ACE OF SPADES tour, does anyone have a vhs copy of the CITY-TV broadcast they did of that show? It may have been an early NEW MUSIC special. I vaguely remember it contained almost the whole set. I would love to see that again.

Enough rambling, back to work....

cheers
Spanky



Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 23:08:38
From: "crazy willie" crazywillie@hotmail.com
Subject: re: motorhead/nashville pussy tour


I think you boys are forgetting a band, I heard yet another band is touring with Motorhead/Nashville Pussy in the Midwest:
GLUECIFER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, the best rock 'n roll band in the world right now, besides the wonderful Motorhead. Everyone knows that Nashville Pussy is a fucking gimmick, but Gluecifer is Scandanvia best rock export since the Nomads. The beat out all the bands from there, including the allmighty Hellacopters or Flamin' Sideburns. So if you're lucky enough to see Motorhead this tour, make sure you get there early enough to catch the best rock 'n roll band before they tour the arenas by themselves, GLUECIFER!!!!!
DFFD,
Willie



Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 08:32:41
From: "Robu Emanuel" emiuk7@hotmail.com
Subject: hello all motorhead's lover


hello to all, i wanna have friends who love motorhead, wrote me please and, if some one can geve me some lyrics is ok, i dont mind.. with love a motorhead lover



Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:13:28
From: Greg Havemann - ghavemann@wii.com
Subject: milwaukee & chicago


Well Ace Milwaukeeon 10/13/99 was great for one reason I met Mr.Rock'nRoll himself again. I got their early and I heard a voice at a bar in the venue that was not open for business yet and it was Lemmy himself. You be glad to know he noticed the website shirt right away and he had never seen it before and the review was good. He liked it. He also noticed the other Motorhead pins etc. that I had on and he was impressed. This guy is the GREATEST ROCK'N ROLL HUMAN ALIVE just a real nice regular guy. The show was great except for the butt heads throwing beer cups at the stage. Motorhead walked off after three songs and I don't blame them. They came back and finished a great show.

10/16/99 Chicago The best Motorhead Show I have seen in 15 years. The House Of Blues was SOLD OUT. I did not have any room to move it was packed to the ceiling. The band fed off it too, they played their asses off for Chicago. Before the last song Lemmy said"the last time they were in Chicago it was crap, this time was great. I would have to agree except no Motorhead show is crap but the crowd can be crap and this crowd was all Motorhead fans old & new a great crowd. The sound was crystal clear my ears rang all day Sunday. They should play this venue evreytime time they hit Chicago the promotion is 10 times better than any other venue in the city. Cheers to greatest band to ever walk the earth I cannot wait for the 25th anniversary tour.



Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 18:16:17
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: os: shit happens sometimes...


Heelo to you all!
Not very good news for all Russian Motorheadbangers: TCI concert agency cancelled both MOTORHEAD shows in Russia.Due to financial reasons (what else?!) they will bring here only Manowar.So all of us Russian fans have nothing to do but to go to Helsinki or (more likely) to Tallinn. Hello to all Estonian fans! Hey,guys,how it is going? How much will the tickets will cost? And where is the concert hall is located? Hey,somebody from Estonia,we need your help! Hope to see all of you at the gig! All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB1916
Russia



Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 20:58:16
From: Mike Lemster - wizzzo1916@yahoo.com
Subject: os: from mike lemster. gustavo, censorship and stuff...


Hello everybody.

I didn't even consider that my reply to gustavo will cause so many responses. You didn't leave our polemics unnoticed, and this is really good. I'd like to thank you all.

People started to discuss the thing about censorship, and this is my fault, really. I just had to be wise and remember an old russian saying "ne trogai govno - ono i ne vonyaet" which means "don't touch shit and it won't stink".

I don't want to and I won't response anymore (according to the saying), but now I got myself together and doing it. I became a fan after March or Die album, so I listen to Motorhead for about 6 years. Not so long time, but not short. So he just doesn't have the right to say anything like that. How the fuck could he say it to me?

Real fan and real man will never say 'fuck you all' to people who like the same band and listen to the same band.
-------------
About censorship, again. As I said, I didn't even consider my note about censorship will make so heated reaction, but it's ok. Somebody wrote:

>>Now, if someone where to post something to the effect of "All you people are pussies! Lemmy eats shit!" This should be >>censored. It is pointless and just detracts from the overall content of the list. It offers no actual points, or information on >>Motorhead, and it basically just a random, juvenile, and as stated previously, pointless flame. Censoring things to make the >>content more readable and enjoyable is one thing. Censoring things purely because someone might find them offensive is >>another thing entirely.

Excellent speech, excellent position, Totally agree. Well, we all know that sometimes opinions are like assholes. They all stink but everyone has their own.

Well, now let me COMPLETELY CLOSE this subject. I won't return to it anymore and I won't waste your and my time. Thank you for your attention.

All the best for everybody,
Mike Lemster,
Russia.

P.S. I have to refer my apologies to all brazilian people that read this mailing list. In my previous letter, I used words like 'dumb ass from Brazil', 'brazilian bastard', 'shitty brazilian bands'. These words might get somebody from Brazil offended, but sorry, no offensive. I was in such a hasty mood. Yes, I know some brazilians (that's why I know a bit in portuguesse, like cachaa, cerva, merda, buceta and so on) and they are nice people.

**Ace: This post was edited, removing pointless flames. We can state our opinions WITHOUT resorting to name calling, etc.



Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 00:46:12
From: Tim Shockley - ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: motorhead in chicago!


Here we go again! My wife, Ellen, and I arrived early at Chicago's House Of Blues for dinner. On the way in a total stranger said my name. I later found out he was Freddie, the road manager! While waiting for dinner, I took a walk outside to look for the tour bus. On my way back, I heard a familiar voice say "Tim Shockley". It was Phil Campbell! He and t-shirt guy, Dave, were sitting by the front door amusing themselves with a remote control fart machine! After dinner we headed upstairs for the soundcheck. It was cool to hear them warm up playing covers! We greeted our longtime friend, Tim, Lemmy's bass tech, who was celebrating twenty years of working with Motorhead! As always we gave the band gifts. We gave Lemmy a lighter with cleavage on it shaped like an ace of spades! We gave Phil a Chicago Police hat. To hockey fan Mikkey we gave a Chicago Blackhawks hat. Ellen also baked about 100 cookies for them! After soundcheck we went backstage & accidently walked in on Lemmy being interviewed for a movie about the MC5. I later asked Phil if Motorhead ever thought about covering MC5's "Kick Out The Jams". He said they were thinking about doing "The Pusher" by Steppenwolf! This was weird 'cos Ellen & I had just seen Steppenwolf play it just a few days before! We spent the next few hours partying and listening to the latest tales from the road. We won't say who, but one band member stuck a cigar up his ass for laughs, only to find out that someone in the crew had put pepper & hot sauce on it beforehand! Needless to say, his ass burned for days! We missed openers Gluecifer and Nashville Pussy, which was a shame 'cos Lemmy later said onstage NP was the best openers they've had in years. Showtime neared so I headed to the photo pit. Ellen stayed in the balcony adjacent to the dressing room. The place was sold out and packed to the rafters! The band exploded with "Bomber". Then disaster struck- my camera jammed! I shot the next two songs with a cheapie camera. I then headed back to the balcony, stopping first at the dressing room fridge for some beers, of course! The band sounded tighter than ever. The place was going wild with a monster mosh pit. Here's the set list, though I think I missed the fourth song while in transit. Feel free to offer any corrections! Bomber, Over Your Shoulder, No Class, ?, Civil War, Metropolis, Take The Blame, Nothin' Up My Sleeve, Overnight Sensation, Dead Men Tell No Tales, Born To Raise Hell, Sacrifice, Orgasmatron, Going To Brazil, Iron Fist, Killed By Death. Encore- Ace Of Spades, Overkill.
Afterwards we partied some more before the band went out for a night on the town. Ellen and I would like to extend our deepest thanks to the usual suspects- Lemmy, Phil, Mikkey, Tim, Hobbs, Vito, Tony, and Freddie for their continuous hospitality and neverending guest to deafen our eardrums the way only Motorhead can do!

Tim Shockley MHB672



Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 11:35:51
From: jdean@lginfocomm.com (James Dean)
Subject: o.s.:shirts&ebay


First, I hope this blasting back and forth stops soon. I think 50% of the last issue had something to do with how those one or two people are displaying their opinions.Almost could'nt finish reading. I personaly think banning is the answer. We might be confusing free speech with being disruptive. This page seems to be a place for Motorhead fans of all likes, old, new, casual or hardcore ones to notifie others of rumors, news, as wellas give likes and dislikes. That all can be fun, though as with any group you have to ban the bad seeds. Otherwise we might turn into more of a Jerry Springer Motorhead type of thing. I dont know, hope you find a good sollution. Anyhoot, I'm looking for certain vinyl, and Ace you mentioned Ebay or somrthing to me before. I've never ordered anything from such a deal. Its all safe and fair priced huh? I dont have much time to brouse for info so i wanted some feedback before I go giv'in card #'s and such. Also to any one out there, I used to get Motorhead shirts years ago that had just the logo real small in black n white. I know they still exist cuz Ive seen pictures of people wearing them recently. Any mailing lists or catalogs you know of where I could find such a thing? The O.S. shirts are cool Ace I just dont think I'd ever where it, sorry. Its getting hard to throw on a shirt with armpit holes so I really need some new ones. One other thing.Sorry if this has been covered many times, I'm fairly new to this page. Lemmy has mentioned how MC5 was a big influence. If some of you have hav'nt heard them, find some their great. Way before their time. Ive got most of it. Which isnt a whole lot, but you can see why Lem digs.



Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 22:05:12
From: Mike Lemster - wizzzo1916@yahoo.com
Subject: os: drummers


Hello,

A couple of days ago, I was reading an interview with Lemmy and Phil. There was a big discussion about Motorhead drummers here, so I've let myself to send a fragment from that interview, considering that, maybe, some folks didn't see it.
---------------
Moo: Tell us about your drummer, Mikkey Dee.

Lemmy: Mikkey Dee, in a way, saved us, because he is the best drummer that we've ever had. He's excellent.

Moo: What about when "Philthy" (Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor) came back? Lemmy: Philthy was never as good
when he came back. He was great before he left.

Phil: He just didn't have it for some reason.

Lemmy: He had to come back because his band that was going to be so much better than Motorhead failed miserably. So I gave him his gig back and I don't think he ever forgave me for giving it to him. (laughing) He's a strange bird.

Phil: It was getting bad. He couldn't play four bars without fucking up. For three years when he rejoined, we gave it our best shot, but ...

Lemmy: He got worse, not better. When he first got back, he wasn't that bad; then he went ... well, by the end, it was like "What the fuck was that?"

Phil: But he couldn't see anything wrong with his drumming, which was even worse.

Lemmy: His excuse was, "Oh, I was improvising."

Phil: If he would say, "I know where I fucked up," that's one thing; but what he didn't realize was that he was a major fuckup. We'd be in the studio practicing and he'd be out washing his car.

Lemmy: And he couldn't remember any of the new songs.

Phil: In L.A., two days before we do the recording for the new album, he breaks his Walkman. We'd go into rehearsals, and they were crap, and I'd say, "Philthy, you don't know any of the fucking songs, man." And he'd say, "Well, the thing is, my Walkman's broke." So we got him in the studio and he's got the arrangements written down on about 15 sheets of paper.

Lemmy: (laughing) And every time someone would open the door, they would blow all over the place.
-----------------

The whole interview can be found there:
http://users.aol.com/jatnebo/motorhead.text.html

>>Mr. Dee ranks up there with Scott Travis of Judas Priest and even Lars Ulrich. Oh, maybe that person knows nothing >>about drumming.......

In my opinion, Mr. Dee definitely does Ulrich. We have a clear opportunity to compare and feel the difference - just listen to 'Overkill' played by Metallica and 'Overkill' from Everything louder than everyone else. So what about Lars? Fucked up, in my opinon.

I'm not sure about Travis, however, he definitely kicks ass, but so does Mikkey! Yeah, Mr. Travis started to kick ass in Painkiller album and continued to kick in Jugulator....

Keep rocking,
Mike Lemster
Russia



Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 07:08:37
From: william blazesjr - pscbb@yahoo.com
Subject: os: set list


The set list for the Motorhead show at Daytona's,
Pasadena, MD 10/21/99:
(1)11:35 Bomber
(2) No Class
(3) I'm So Bad
(4) Over Your Shoulder
(5) Civil War
(6) Metropolis
(7) Take The Blame
(8) Overnight Sensation
(9) Nothing Up My Sleeve
(10) Born To Raise Hell **Amps blew on this song**
(11) Dead Men Tell No Tales
(12) Sacrifice
(13) Orgasmatron
(14) Going To Brazil
(15) Iron Fist
(16) Killed By Death
-----
(17) Ace Of Spades
(18) Overkill 1:05a

Seen only (1) O.S. T-Shirt in the crowd, mine!



Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 16:56:56
From: Carlos Alho - CarlosAlho@mmv.pt
Subject: os: mickey mouse dee


Hi Ace, my name is Carlos I'm from Lisbon/Portugal and I'm writting to you to say that I'm tired of reading bad stuff about Mickey Dee. My opinion is that he's a great Drummer. I don't care if Phil Animal is better People who wrote that kind of thing does not know nothing about music and drummer stuff. That people maybe have started to listen METAL MUSIC right now and because they use a headbangers Tshirt and listen last IRON MAIDEN CD think that understand a lot of it - Do you know what I mean?

Sorry about my english! :o)
Cheers
Carlos Alho

PS- I've seen Motorhead twice in Lisbon and that was the best shows I've seen in my life.



Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 17:45:01
From: "Benjamin Ballard" bballard@loyola.edu
Subject: os: motorhead@daytona's in md


Last night I had the privilege of seeing Motorhead in a very intimate setting in a small club in Maryland. Despite apparently blowing a fuse in the middle of "Born to Raise Hell," the boys rebounded quickly and amazingly started playing at the exact point where the amp blew. I also had the honor of meeting Lemmy during Nashville Pussy's excellent set. He proved to be more of a gentleman than I had figured. All in all, I thought that the guys hadn't lost anything and sounded better than the last time I saw them. What an outstanding night!!!!



Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 02:48:04
From: Eric R Chetkauskas - zughiaq@juno.com
Subject: OS: Censor among other things

First off, no way should there be censorship on the OS list. I say if someone wants to post something possibly offensive, let them, and let us read it and then we can take it into our own hands by flaming the appropriate parties. Besides, Motorhead is built on anti-censorship, it almost seems hypocritical to censor a "Motorhead mailing list". Although I do agree with Ace for keeping out racist/ethical slurs and bullshit like that.

As far as March or Die being a weak album, I have about 150 CD's and I can't find one that is perfect all the way through. Usually there is at least one song that isn't as good as the rest. It just so happens that the not-so-good songs on this album are even more not-so-good than any others. There are quite a few songs on it that kick major ass, Jack the Ripper, Bad Religion, Too Good To Be True, March or Die, to name a few. Besides, each album has it's own unique sound so comparing it to the rest is pointless.

>Has anyone heard No More Tears? Better question would be Have you listened to Hellraiser on it and noticed that Ozzy >fucks the lyrics up six ways from Sunday?...

Since No More Tears was released before March or Die, I'm going to conclude this was Ozzy's song first, and Lemmy is the one who fu....changed the lyrics. Don't believe he would do such a thing? Check out the original version of Cat Scratch Fever. That would also explain why Lemmy sounds like he has a cold when he's singing it, since people use the inflections of the original singer when covering a song.

And I believe that's it for now......



Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 11:58:01
From: Andrew and Risa - medusa@akula.com
Subject: os: lamours 10/22/99


WOW!!! My ears are still buzzing but I wanted to get this out before I had to go to work. It's been a long time since Motorhead played in Brooklyn and this show made the wait worthwhile. The new Lamours is half the size of the old one, (the larger room is now a fuckin russian disco, UGH!!!!) but Motorhead packed the place good. Nashville Pussy opened and rocked big time. Nice dance step during Wang Dang Sweet Poontang, Blaine. Nice tits Ruyter. Motorhead came on bout 12:35 and played til 2:00. I was up front for most of the show and wasnt able to write down a list and do to excessive brain damage dont have the memory I used to have but after opening with Bomber and No Class they played in no particular order: Civil War, Sacrifice, Metropolis, Goin to Brazil, Iron Fist, Take The Blame, Dead Men Tell No Tales, Nothing Up My Sleeve, Orgasmatron, Killed By Death, All Gone To Hell, Ace Of Spades, Overkill. Most notable songs missing since the last time I saw them (Irving Plaza May 18th,1999) no Too Late Too Late or Chase. I may have missed one or two songs but I know Mike Bennett will correct me on order and setlist, right Mike (allways good to see ya, too bad it's only at Motorhead shows-throw that fuckin party for me-I'll come). And a last HEY NOW, to the guy that accompanied me in screaming out the words to Dead Men... after the PA was unhearable, drop me a line (you said you were on the list)

Later
Andy
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Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 21:44:21
From: dakotad@mediaone.net
Subject: motorhead in boston


Just wanted to let you know that Lemmy and crew will be in Beantown on 10/27/1999, not 10/26/1999 as indicated on your site. The Boston Phoenix, the venue and the ticket agency for the show all have it listed for the 27th. Just thought I'd let you know because I'm going and I wouldn't want others to miss this gig. Funny thing, the ticket lists Motorhead as the opener and the headliner as "Nashville Pully"!!!!! Shit you not. Enjoy if you go.
Pat M.



Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 16:06:41 +1000 (EST)
From: CHRISTOPHER JOHN JENNINGS - chrisjen@deakin.edu.au
Subject: OS: whatever from down under

I've had a listen the other day to march or die album it does have it's moments but the bastard album was a better listening to I like the ace of spades album the most one thing I am wondering about is that is there an album of all the b sides etc that have been issued with the re issues It can be very expensive to have to replace all my current albums to buy the new ones on cd as my originals are mostly on vinyl up until 1916 album.I have bomber and overkill to 1916 in Australian pressings (no compilatiopns) and from there oon on cd. The worst album all depends on your taste for the day Also is the re issue of the "Sam Gopal" album going to appear and on what label.
bye for now until next time



Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:15:52
From: "Robert N. Whitney" rwhitney@supernet.com
Subject: os: lemmy on "philharmania" cd.


This is supposed to be the first time that Lemmy has done a recording with any full orchestra let alone the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. He does a cover of Barry McGuirres's "Eve Of Destruction" and it is rather good surpassed only by the original. Lemmy's voice is perfect for this song. Available on the Stella Music label catalog #559618-2. Could be old news to all of you "on the ball" Motorhead fans.

Best wishes,
Bob
MHB1852



Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:42:25
From: "Robert N. Whitney" rwhitney@supernet.com
Subject: os: censor


I have been sickened by all of the crap I have been reading in OS especially what I refer to as "The Gustavo Incident". Sarmad Sheikh spoke well for me. I think everyone should read his posting in OS #80. The worst of it is the "hostile environment" that Sarmad touches on that darkens the world surrounding Motorhead if this kind of talk continues.
Rock'n'Roll is supposed to be fun not a war zone for ignorant punks. I have been reading less and less of the OS postings as I am interested in Motorhead as a band, and as great, loud, fun music. I am forty five years old and a Motorhead fan for over twenty years and I don't need to read this depressing shit! Also don't expect Ace to censor this shit as it is the responsibility of the individual to take responsibility for what he says and does.

"I am a warrior for Crazy Horse"
"I am the sword, I am the hand of the Lord"
"I don't want to live forever, but apparently I am"!

Stay clean,
Bob
MHB1852



Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 14:36:31
From: Stefano - nuraxi@yahoo.com
Subject: os: a letter from mister kill-mister / august 1992


Hello friends and neighbours, Just a quickie (where?) to tell you from the horse's mouth (careful!) about how Philthy came to leave the band, as I know lots of you will be upset, as I am, believe me.
Over the 5 or so years that Phil's been back, it was never really the same as before. I would say that perhaps the feelings that led him to leave the band in 1983 never really left him. I know he was glad to be back in Motorhead, because I know him, but I don't think he ever felt like he felt before about the music. A lot of his attack was gone, and he never rehearsed on his own, whereas 1st time round he had practice pads round his house all the time.
Things came to a head really at the Ozzy Osbourne concert at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre this year.
We talked it out, finally, and we decided that it was inevitable. To all his special fans, I'm sorry, but believe me, I've been with Phil for 17 years and I know him better than his FAMILY. Christ, I AM his family. The hardest thing I ever had to do. I wish him luck and success and I hope he doesn't hate me.
For the plus side: Mikkey Dee is playing the Ozzy tour that we're doing in the summer, and for the forseeable future.
After the tour, we'll see. Mikkey's an excellent drummer, and we've known him for a long time through tours with Mercyful Fate + King Diamond. Lately he's been with Dokken, but you can't blame the British Rail for that!
Anyhow, there's the inside scoop or whatever. I hope you're all well, and washing your private parts regularly.
Love + woop! woop!
Lemola

Sent by Stefano Loi mhb #1053
Courtesy Alan Burridge, copyright Motorheadbangers World No 34, August 1992.



Date: 26 Oct 99 09:22:09 MET DST
From: maatz maaatzzzz - maatzylon@usa.net
Subject: os: motorhead on tour...again


Hey All Motorheadfans Worldwide! Motorhead is on tour again! And why have I been waiting for this for so long? The last time I saw them was on Sweden Rock Festival in June. And that seems to be all to far away!! It must be because Motorhead is the Greatest, Loudest and the best live band worldwide!! Can anybody out there mention an other band that you can see five times one year and be as nervous before everyone as if it was the first time ever? I want to congratulate everyone who listens to Motorhead Because they have decided the best way of life!!!!

Keep up the GOOD work Ace and dont forget you are writing about a Religion!!!

See ya on the road
Maatzylon



Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 03:04:47
From: Ola Nyberg - ola.nyberg@ebox.tninet.se
Subject: os: alive? wurzel 50!


Hello Ace,

I wonder if you could mention Michael "Wurzel" Burston's 50:th birthday somewhere in there?! As you know, Wurzel played guitar with the band from 1984 (Killed By Death) to 1995 (Sacrifice) and is much missed by most fans as he was a great player and songwriter, and looked and acted as one would expect from a true Motorhead guitarist.

All the best,

Ola Nyberg
Sweden
Day-time E-mail: ola.nyberg@system3r.se



Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 08:58:42
From: "Thorsten Grade" grade@gmx.li
Subject: os: charts


Hello,

my name is Thorsten, and I`m from Kiel, somewhere in the north of Germany. Im 25 years old and a law student. Im listening to MH for almost a decade, but Ive been joining this list ten issues ago. My intention to write this stuff down is my interest in what your favourite MH albums and songs are. Its more a statistical interest than some naive thing. To get some represantative "charts", Id be very happy if as many of you as possible can send me a mail including your 5 album and 5 song faves during November. When I get enough response, I`ll post the results in December.
Thanks,

Thorsten



Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 15:20:35
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: beerdrinkers


> From: "Alberto Real Martnez" areal@ciberia.es
> > Subject: os: beer drinkers


> Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 21:39:34

> I have read in a magazine that the "Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers"
> LP has old songs recorded again by the band in Paris in
>1983 (With Brian Robertson? Very strange). Does anyone know if this is true?
> Alberto

>From: Riedlberger Martin - martin.riedlberger@lfstad.bayern.de
> >Subject: os: beer drinkers, motorhead.com, ...


>Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 08:51:19

> I would also like to know more about background.

Well, certainly Robbo wasn't involved,but it's a good idea,he's doing nothing now,so if he would do something of that kind,it would be interesting to hear it! 'Beerdrinkers' album was a reissue of some songs from the 'Motorhead' album
plus some stuff that wasn't included in the album,they were recorded at the same recording session when the tracks of the 'Motorhead' album were recorded - the 'new' songs were Beer Drinkers And Hellraisers(ZZ Top cover),On Parole,Instro and I'm your Witchdoctor(john Mayall cover).For the first time thy appeared at the 7''( Big Beat NS 61) & 12''(SWT 61) which had the title 'Beerdrinkers And Hell Raisers',and two years later the album appeared( cat #: Big Beat A 120 174),issued on the Big Beat French sublabel called Milan. The significance of that LP is not only in the 'new' songs,but also in the exellent cover - the hand in the riveted leather bracelet helds the can full of beer.

All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB1916
Russia



Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 21:11:43
From: Klavs Donadoni Petersen - donadoni@get2net.dk
Subject: OS: Lemmy owe me a pint

Hi!

Just wanted to tell you that I did a bit of promotion for Lemmy & Co. in Denmark. We have a website called http://www.aok.dk which basically is a place where you can find information about every upcoming event, concert etc. in Copenhagen. For some unknown reason they didn't mention the "Monsters of the Millenium" gig that Motrhead will headline on November the 9th. So I wrote the bastards to get their fingers out and start typing. And they did. So now everybody can see that Lemmy will actually come here, then they can decide whether they wanna attend or run away. Well I guess that it's fair to say that Lemmy owe me a pint of lager after this!
Anyway looking forward to see the guys again, haven't seen them since 1987.

-Klavs



Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 23:38:40 EDT
From: BASSMANSVT@aol.com
Subject: does boston suck or what(wizzo was pissed i could tell)


Just saw the Boston Gig @ Axis !! What a shithole venue!!!!!!!! Plil was trying to get the crowd into it( what a bunch of Lamo's) and they were half dead >> When Motorhead come's around it's better than X-MAS I hope you Guy's Can come back and play @ The Orpheum Theatre 2.500 +(Much better venue) Lemmy know's it. Ithought the band was killer it was the first time I saw Mickey What a Fuckin Animal !!!! Ihave never heard any drummer hit that hard It was great!! Don't get me Wrong I still love "PHilthy" Taylor .. I hope Wizzo wasn't to upset Please come back again THANK'S on another note NASHVILLE PUSSY WERE GREAT and what was Wizzo doing wearing CORY PARK'S LEATHER HAT ?
OR VICE-VERSA (she is a chick I'd like to drink with>>>>>>>>>


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