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Issue #82 - November 5, 1999

OS: Tribute
OS: Mikkey Dee
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #81
OS: Boston show
OS: Censor (I think we've had enough crap)
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #81
OS: Re: norwegian support for 'head
OS re:WIZZO WAS PISSED i could tell
OS: Motorheadbanger Ted
os:gift of liquor
OS: M'head/N'Pussy opener
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #81
OS: Seti
OS: Motorhead-OS newsletter
OS: "What The Hell"
OS: Boston show
OS: Composition of Motorhead
OS: Re: atlanta, Ga motorhead gig
OS: Lemmy's drink preference
OS: Seti the Yeti
OS: psycho squad
OS: Motorhead videos
OS: Motorhead-Exotic Erotic
OS: Poll results
OS: L'amours show
OS Jaxx show 10/29
OS: i just got home from Motorhead at lake buena vista show
OS: Philly gets the shaft again!
OS: Orlando show
OS: Motorhead Rocks Ybor, FL
OS: Computers And Motorhead
os: ecw recording
OS: Replies to Spanky (OS#81) + Paul Grogan (OS#80)
OS: Motorhead At Lamours Pictures
OS: reply to Robert N.W./ Lemmy and Wurzel nightclub...


Date: November 5, 1999
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: tribute

Greetings Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

The second internet tribute to Motorhead is really shaping up well! Over 20 bands have committed to participating and more inquire almost everyday! I plan to have this up and running before the end of the year. Current deadline for materials from the bands is December 10. This is going to be AWESOME!! It's not to late for your band to participate.... If you are interested, please send me an email to acetrump@bigfoot.com. Make sure that subject of the email is "OS Tribute 2". I will send out the band-related tribute info on a seperate emails.


Here I am flogging my dead horse again! They say in sales that a customer will statisically buy after the tenth time they are offered something.... you don't have to buy, just participate. We are up to 31 members of the Motorheadbangers SETI group.... and we have collectively contributed over 1.3 years 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!


The European leg of the tour starts later this week. I look forward to the reports you send in from the road!

w/ Special Guests

Nov 09/99 DK Copenhagen - KB Hall
Nov 10/99 S Malmoe - Baltic Hall
Nov 12/99 S Halsingbro - Sportshallen
Nov 13/99 S Borlange - Kupolen
Nov 14/99 S Vaxjo - Strandbjorkshallen
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 - Eluse Arena
Nov 29/99 FIN Helsinki - Icehall
Nov 30/99 EST Tallinn - Linnehall


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

Ace Trump
ICQ: 6055706

Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 18:39:46
From: Mats Stromberg - speaking@swipnet.se
Subject: mikkey dee

Mikkey Dee is number one! Then comes nothing, then nothing... then.. nothing, and then perhaps... ? Have you listen on Mikkey at a soundcheck? Then you know! He's doing Motorhead the greatest heavy band on earth!

Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:47:05
From: gaumann@webtv.net (Eric Gaumann)
Subject: os: boston show

Hey everyone. just letting you all know that the Motorhead/Nashville Pussy show in Boston kicked ass! Motorhead played most of the classics. Of course they couldn't play them all, or else we'd still be there! it is now 4 days since the show, and my hearing is just now coming back. I was in the front for the whole show, and let me tell you, Motorhead isn't showing their age at all. They looked great! this should encourage all of you who are waiting for the show to come to your town.

From: "Kelly Harrison" outlawrebel76@hotmail.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #81

> 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.

I don't see how release date has anything to do with it. Ozzy and Lemmy co-wrote the song. It's both of theirs. However, Ozzy screwed up a whole lot and made them Bad. Example time! Ozzy sez: "People keep telling me it's bad for my health But kicking back don't make it Out of control I play the ultimate role But that's what lights my fire." Lemmy sez: same thing, except the last line, which is "Don't know how to fake it." Lemmy's line rhymes AND makes sense, and hasn't already been uttered once in the song.

> 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

There's a cd of all the b-sides (I THINK it's all the b-sides) called Dirty Love. It's in print, and I've only seen it in HMV. It's about $15 American, which is a good price relative to HMV's typical gouging.

> 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

What the hell? Did we see the same show? Motorhead in Boston was great, as was the crowd. Lemmy told us to yell, and we yelled. Sure, others like Ozzy do that, too, but I've never heard an audience that loud. Lemmy said we were the best audience on the tour, and I've never heard him say that before. Besides, he's a sincere person.
Now, ye olde writeuppe. Gluecifer was at the height of Norwegian mediocrity. They were all wearing shiny red shirts and looked ridiculous. Nashville Pussy (or, as the ticket said, Nashville Pully) were surprisingly good. I know I wasn't expecting much. It had all the marks of a great show: some ass-kicking music, fire-spitting, lesbian antics, and a weirdo singer-guy who looked just like a bald southern hillbilly. Amazing!
When they were done my group quickly squirmed our way to the near the front (5 people or so). After a hell of a long, hot, boring wait (during which they placed the same AC/DC song, from the beginning, they'd been playing the whole damn night!) they came on and Lemmy said "We are Motorhead, and we're gonna kick your ass" (just like he always says). And boy did they! The crowd immediately surged forward and I was thoroughly crushed through the first 4 songs. Neat! I was almost able to stand on one foot through all of Over Your Shoulder. Needless to say, there wasn't room really to headbang, so I didn't get whiplash this time!
Almost immediately after the crushing ended, the being pushed all the way to the left started. In about two minutes I was standing right in front of Phil Campbell. I stayed there until right before they left the stage (before the encore). It was a great spot. Almost the entire time I had two (not always the same two. they changed periodically) chicks in short sleeves on either side of me at all times. Instead of rubbing weird lumpy hairy smelly guys I got to rub nice soft smooth girls who smelled nice.
During Sacrifice Lemmy and Phil left the stage and Mikkey went into a drum solo that lasted what must have been 4 minutes. It was incredible. Truly a most competant of drummers be he. It went on and on and on and everyone just stood there, staring, amazed.
Then I got pushed back to about as far away as my starting position. Out there I could headbang and yell to my heart's content without fear of suffocation. And the band played on, ever more frenzied. Lemmy called the song Dead Men Smell Toenails. he and Phil also exchanged humorous banter. I only remember one of their conversations. Lemmy said a few sentences. Phil responded "I couldn't make out a goddamn thing you said." The Lemmy said "Well, if you couldn't, then they couldn't either!" That guy is the very definition of cool.
My rapt attention to the show was shattered nicely when a very drunk girl started rubbing all over my back. It was nice. Then she asked me for a cigarette, which I didn't have (I prefer to live). Then she rubbed all over a friend of mine, and didn't ask for a cigarette. Then she wandered away. It was one of the nicest parts in the show (for me anyway).
Finally they left the stage... then came back on. Lemmy said "Wonder what song we're gonna play next! It's a real fucking mystery, isn't it?!" Then, Ace of Spades and Overkill. Then AC/DC again, and I got the fuck out.
Such a great show. Certainly the best Motorhead show I've been to, and that's pretty tough. Especially considering that I was in the front row right in front of Lemmy for the totality of two other shows!
Oh, and Gustavo, Mikkey is so much better than... anyone. That's why Lemmy always introduces him as "The best drummer in the world".

My pink half of the drainpipe separates me from the incredibly fascinating story of your life and every day to day event in all its minute and tedious attention to detail... And was it a Thursday or a Wednesday? Or, oh, no, it wasn't though. Oh, who cares anyway? Because I do not. So Norman, if you're normal, I intend to be a freak for the rest of my life. And I shall baffle you with cabbages and rhinoceroses in the kitchen and incessant quotations from "Now We Are Six" through the mouthpiece of Lord Snooty's giant poisoned electric head. So there!

Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 03:36:41
From: "Ketil Svendsen" ketil.svendsen@fiskaren.nhst.no
Subject: Re: norwegian support for 'head

> 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 they are called gluecifer (hehe, kewl name, eh? ;) ...they were invited to this tour by nashville pussies (nothing 'gainst people from nashville ;) ;) ;) oh, anybody here that subscribes to the hawkwind mailing list (BOC)?? lemme know, plz..

ketil svendsen,
(who are NOT - repeat NOT - pleased that the 'head tours the entire scandinavia SANS norway ..grrrrrr!!! not pleased at ALL!!!!)

Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 23:12:09
From: haigd@gis.net (Haig Demarjian)
Subject: os re:wizzo was pissed i could tell

Hey there!

I was at the Boston Axis Club show (10/26) and had THE BEST TIME. They played a killer set (the surprise for me was "A very old song... Dead Men Smell Tomatoes" as lem called it). Other highlights: great drum solo (I usually hate drumsolos) on Sacrifice. Metropolis was back (of course). Opened with Bomber. UNBELIEVABLY ROCKIN Goin to Brasil and Born to Raise Hell. Particularly spooky Orgasmatron. They are the Greatest Band in the World Bar None.

As for Wizzo being pissed at the "Lamo Boston crowd"... I hate to prove you wrong BASSMANSVT@aol.com, but I had the very special experience of getting to have a few with Lemmy and Phil after the show and they both said (independently of each other) that this had been one of the best shows on the tour, they had a great time and love the Boston crowd. Phil even said "we've played the Orpheum in the past but this was much better... the sound was great".

Lemmy was pleased with the show too, asking me (as he asked the crowd throughout the show) "was it loud enuff for ya!!??"

As always, those M'Head boys NEVER disappoint. Nor do they in person. one-on-one. This was my first time meeting them (although I did interview Fast Eddie many years ago, after he left The Head, and he too was a gentleman), and they were so gracious and genuine. Lemmy is truly my hero, and sometimes, as we know, our heroes can turn out to be flawed and impatient individuals that are NOT fun to be around, and that is ALWAYS disappointing. Lemmy was approachable, funny, courteous and willing to spend time with the fans, clinking glasses, sharing pats on the back, etc. As was Phil. Motorhead has always been NUMBER ONE in my book giving me many years of enjoyment with their music and live shows and now these guys have given me yet ANOTHER fond memory.

Thank you Motorhead. May you rock for another twenty-five years at least.

I, for one, will be there.


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Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 00:44:00
From: Linda Horner - lschai@sk.sympatico.ca
Subject: motorheadbanger ted

Hi Ace
Hav'nt written in a while. Gettin kinda tired of the select few bitch'n and complain'n. You started the OS phenomen so you run it the way you think it should be run. If it aint worth sayin 'cause its full of crap... delete it!!! Only you and the jerk who wrote will know. If the select few need to express thier opinions with pointless racial slurs and ramblings let 'em write to Oprah. 'Nuff said.

What's the chance of Motorhead makin thier way back to western Canada? Be nice to see a few more gigs come this way. Most people think Canada is the cold barren north. Well hey... it does get cold and it is north, but listn'in to MTHead keeps the blood pump'n.

Keep up the good work. The majority of us really appreciate what you are doing, although sometimes it's hard to tell with all the "B & C"


Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 22:32:25 +0800
From: Tully Potter - tpotter1@earthlink.net
Subject: os:gift of liquor

if you want to give agift of alcohol too lemmy, bring him carlsberg special brew. it is his favorite, it got my friend on the tour bus. he hung with him for an hour and drank jack daniels. it is only available in europe though i think.
good luck!!!!!!!!!
tully in port orchard wa.

Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 16:47:27
From: silvia - silviag@ctv.es
Subject: os: alcoholic answer

> Subject: os: give the gift of liquor

> Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 20:26:22
> From: haigd@gis.net (Haig Demarjian)

> 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....


Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 10:13:10 PST
From: "Aaron Caswell" aaronccaswell@hotmail.com
Subject: m'head/n'pussy opener

I noticed a lot of people asking who the opener for this tour was. Well here's what I know...
The first part of the tour was supposed to be New American Shame (they opened for the Cult this past summer, they're OK), but they bagged on the tour and were replaced by the Unband. The second part of the tour was taken over by the Scandanavian band Gluecifer. They do seriously kick ass! I don't know when the cheange took place, but those ar the two I know of for sure. I know Minneapolis got the Unband and they were so-so, they played covers for crying out loud.
We were bummed that we didn't get Gluecifer.


Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 16:02:41
From: "Ken" suprnaut@tampabay.rr.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #81

I will be seeing Motorhead tomorrow and Wednesday! YES!


From: mstarkweather@webtv.net (Michael Starkweather)
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 16:16:57
Subject: os:

MIME-Version: 1.0 (WebTV)

HI Ace, I just wanted to let every one know that the Boston show kicked ass! I also just read that Castle is reissuing MOTORHEAD's Protect The Innocent Boxset. Is this true? If so, when will it hit te streets?

**Ace: According to http://www.mtledge.com: A four-CD MOTORHEAD boxed set called Protect the Innocent will be out November 30. The collection contains studio and live material from 1976-1992, a poster, and a 60 page booklet. In addition, remastered versions of the albums Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades, and No Remorse with new artwork will be issued at the same time, and Another Perfect Day, No Sleep at All, and Rock 'N Roll on are being readied for release on March 7. Motorhead begins a European tour next week.

Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 22:09:14 -0000
From: "Monford Milner" Monty@milner89.freeserve.co.uk
Subject: seti

been doing this for the last few months as well, you never know, do you? love the mail, never knew Motorhead were still this popular, they seem to be a bit quiet on the british front, but nice to see people still care. I'm not sure whether you know about it, but a while back Bob Geldof had a show on Xfm (uk radio station), and every friday there was a phone in, do you want to hear 'Ace of Spades', if anyone voted no, they were threatened with having their number given to lemmy. Needless to say every friday at 6 we heard the song. They also mamnaged to dig up a french acoustic version, sung I think by Francoise Hardy, and at christmas they even made a special festive version, which just seemed to be the original with a sleigh bell being rung all the way through. Perhaps we should all get together and mail the current dj robin.banks@xfm.co.uk, to try to get him to reinstate it, the station is available on the net, not too sure how you go about getting it tho' anyway keep up the good work cheers

Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 14:51:05 -0800 (PST)
From: Steve Ogilvie - theost99@yahoo.com
Subject: motorhead-os newsletter

Dear Ace,
I enjoy reading your newsletter each week.I was also surprised to see you had a similar taste in bands that I did! My favourite band is (guess who?) Motorhead, and my other favourite band is the Misfits!! I would also like to see if anyone could sell me a copy of FAMOUS MONSTERS with extra tracks.. down here in New Zealand we got the US version.

"I Can't wait to hear you Scream.."
The Ostrich,
- TheOst99@yahoo.com

Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 17:32:07
From: "Ellard Yow" eyow@gte.net
Subject: "what the hell"

In my musical pilgrimage through life Motorhead has led me to many wonderful sounds. One of my favorite "discoveries" is Skew Siskin, who I'm sure many of you already know. Their new CD, "What The Hell" deserves your ears' attention. It is available from "Rockhouse", http://www.musicmail.com.
Don't miss it! Ellard.

Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 16:37:09 PST
From: "Not Lemmy" notlemmy@hotmail.com
Subject: boston show

Hey man, I was at the boston show, too, and i thought the crowd was pretty good (as did Lemmy, and no, he doesn't say that everytime. i've seen him four other times, and he never said that, so you know he wasn't bullshitting) The pit was great, not wussy, but no-one was out for blood either. the venue, however, is kind of small, but the orpheum would be too big. Motorhead doesn't work unless you have an open floor. they are definitely an up-close, in-your-face act, and they'd lose that at the orpheum. the old mechanics hall in providence was cool, but it is dead now, i think. the palladium in worchester is probably their best choice these days, until boston gets its shit togethr and builds a decent medium-sized venue.
the actual show rocked. i can't really say anything about MH. they are their own descriptive.(Best Orgasmatron I've ever heard, Lemmy was having fun) Gluecifer was lame, but not painful to listen to. Nashville Pully (as the ticket put it) kicked ass. damn good show. especially the fire. monster guitar playing, too.
the only complaint i would have was that it was kind of hard to hear Phil at times, but that may have been due to me misplacing my earplugs.

Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 17:09:11 PST
From: "Not Lemmy" notlemmy@hotmail.com
Subject: composition of motorhead

Although I do not entirely agree with this statement, it is still relevant to the who's-a-better-drummer\guitarist sniping that's been going on of late. Somewhere (In the Boston Glob(e), I think) i once read that "Motorhead is, and has always been, Lemmy and two or three guys who aren't Lemmy."
I think every line-up has been good, and brought something unique to the band. I've only personally the seen Mikkey\Phil\Lemmy line-up, but I can't imagine anyone being better than them. Motorhead is the best live band ever, and that is largely due to Mikkey being a fucking loony. No-one moves like he does. he is a joy to watch.
Wow, that went from an impartial comment to an endorsement very quickly indeed. Oh well.

Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 20:32:17
From: "tommy" mtrhd98@alltel.net
Subject: re: atlanta, ga motorhead gig

Hey Ace, thought i would drop you a line about the Motorhead gig last night on halloween night in Atlanta. The band was in top shape, saw Mikkey pulling up in a taxi when i was walking in, i asked him how he was doing he said he was feeling much better. The place was packed pretty good, lots of people dressed up. Lemmy and Phil had some war paint on around their eyes when they came out. I think i pretty much remember most of the songs they played but i dont remember the order of them here goes: "bomber", "no class", "nothing up my sleeve"(babe), "over your shoulder", "sacrifice", "orgasmatron", "killed by death", "overnight sensation", "take the blame", "iron fist", "civil war", "born to raise hell", "metropolis", "I'm so bad baby i dont care", "going to brazil"( lemmy called it going to england), a great oldie too "dead men tell no tales" (lemmy said this one is so old that are fathers would play this one for us before bed) , and then they ended with "ace of spades", and "overkill" ( dedicated to nashville pussy-who put on a good show too, i had not seen them before). The show was a typical Motorhead gig or as Lemmy said "We are Motorhead, and We are going to kick your ASS", they kicked mine along with my ears(still ringing good next night) I have to tell you Ace for those that want merchandise they need to get to a gig, cause they had lots of stuff, i bought 2 shirts, one of them is long sleeved with snake bite love cover. I have to say that if anyone is wanting to see the band live, it is a must see concert, it amazing how much they still kick ass after all these years. I say my first motorhead concert in 1987 Rock-n-Roll tour and they sound better today then i ever remember them. This concert marked the tenth time i have seen them, and it still feels just as fucking great as the first show. The guys sure kick some serious ass i hope that the year 2000 and beyond holds many more motorhead albums. Well Ace catch u later thanks for the great job with the page."only way to feel the noise is when its good and loud"

Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 22:56:39 EST
From: "KRYS PARADIS" motorhead_666@hotmail.com
Subject: motorhead song


Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 01:29:18 +1300
From: Vit.Drga@vuw.ac.nz
Subject: os: lemmy's drink preference

Hi all,

Haig Demarjian asked what Lemmy likes to drink. He probably has a tipple of Jack every Sunday (for medicinal purposes), but I read somewhere that he favours Makers Mark bourbon. If someone buys him some, I'm sure he'd enjoy.


Vitus McD
MHB 452

Date: Tue, 02 Nov 1999 13:44:06
From: Etudiants U394 - Etudiants.U394@bordeaux.inserm.fr
Subject: os: seti the yeti

Hi all,

I wish to push everyone who can to join the seti program, I personnally use internet on my work computer so I can't participate directly(it's not my PC). But there are alot of people on this listwho are just passif members, so get involved! By the way how many poeple ordered the t-shirt? This seti program is not only a good cause for science but it's also good for motorhead if it can make them as famous as they used to be!

see ya' & have fun
Have Fun,


**Ace: 82 OS Shirts have been sold.

Date: Tue, 02 Nov 1999 06:52:54 PST
From: "noel l" noel60@hotmail.com
Subject: os: psycho squad

question: how can i purchase a copy of psycho squad online using my credit card? i've looked everywhere for it (cdnow, cduniverse, etc.) i would love to own this cd.

just bought me a copy of "another perfect day". what a killer album. gonna buy "overkill" and "bomber" today. any recommendations on which one i should get next? eventually i'll own every single one of their albums. take care, Noel....

**Ace: I am not sure where yo can buy their CD... but I will forward your request...

Date: Tue, 02 Nov 1999 15:07:14
Subject: motorhead videos

Subject: os: motorhead-exotic erotic

Anybody from the SF Bay Area see Motorhead at the Exotic Erotic Ball? I have to know how great it was and what the set list was! I know I missed a big show!

Mike G.

Metal by Punks from the South Bay!

Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 00:20:21 -0000
From: "Oliver S Cornfield" zckls04@zckls04.screaming.net
Subject: poll results


Best Song

1) Overkill - 11 votes
2) Orgasmatron - 9 votes
3) Ace of Spades - 8 votes

Best Solo

1)Killed By Death - 13 votes
2)Stay Clean (Bass) - 8 votes
3)Ace of Spades - 8 votes

Best Lyrics

1)Orgasmatron - 14 votes
2=)Ace of Spades - 5 votes
2=)1916- 5 votes
2=)Lost In The Ozone - 5 votes

Best Album

1)Bastards - 17 votes
2)NSTH - 12 votes
3=)ELTEE - 10 votes
3=)Overkill - 10 votes

OK folks so we've got 98 votes. Good response but that's only 4% of you. If you haven't voted go to:

http://freespace.virgin.net/oliver.cornfield and click on the pink 2000 link............It'll only take 2mins of your time.


Oliver Cornfield
Motorheadbangers World Online

Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 11:56:48
From: Thomas_Flynn@chcmail.com
Subject: os: l'amours show

L,amours, Brooklyn. Friday, October 22nd.

I thought this place was closed down a looong time ago. It,s basically a rundown warehouse in the dead part of town. And since it,s on the small side, you have no choice but to be smackdab close to the stage. Plus, they have a bar that serves nice cold beer. In other words, the primo place to see Motirhead. Man, did they have it. Not that you should be surprised: when did Motirhead never have it when the stacks were turned loud and the cigarettes lit? What a band. The best. Hands down.

To me, Motirhead live-and-in-my-face is not a concert: it,s a travelling roadshow specializing in good old fashioned Health Tonic. I stood between two dudes who were as plugged in as me. Boogie-ing to the beat, yelling all the words, doing the
punch your fist to the door slam in &I,m So Bad.8 It was great.

I went to the show with some real close people: my brother Tim and my buds Joe, Michael and Jeff, all +heads brought into the fold by my enthusiasm and their good sense. After we stood outside in the pre-bombardment stupor, one of the guys who stood next to me stumbled out. I staggered over to him, hugged him and croaked out a laugh. He looks at me and dazedly says &Are you attacking me?8 After I finished peeing in my pants, I told him that I was the guy who pounded away with

him in near perfect synchrony to the best damn &Mean Machine8 I ever heard. I,m

still not sure if he knew who I was, but it really didn,t matter. I,ve never gotten that whole Deadhead thing, but I get the whole Motirhead thing. It,s my own personal lovefest that makes me smile for days after.

Sorry it took me so long to check in with my take on the show. But you know how things pop up.

One more thing: I was introduced to Motirhead by a guy named Jim Plate. I,ve lost touch with Jim, so if he or someone he knows reads this, drop me a line.

OK, so I have one more one more thing: why bother getting worked up? Past, present: flesh-and-blood doesn,t matter. All are Motirhead, and Motirhead is all.

Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 21:25:50
From: John Opitz - dmginc@erols.com
Subject: os jaxx show 10/29

The boys kicked ass!! I had a blast! After some delays the show started with Glucifer, they were pretty good, the Nashville Pussy came on and the two women on each other was hot. Motorhead blew them all away! A nice set and 1 1/2 hours later and my hearing was gone. There was a slight problem with Phil's microphone, after the second time it was not working he told the sound guy "You're dead later". Hope he really didn't kill him. Before the show while sitting in the bar outside the club Lemmy came in and sat down to watch a game of pool. Security wouldn't let anyone near him, but it was still cool to see him up close.

John Opitz

Date: Thu, 4 Nov 1999 03:05:46
From: "jmihm" jmihm@cde.com
Subject: i just got home from motorhead at lake buena vista show

I have seen Motorhead two times before but this time was the best!!!!!!!!!!! The set was the same as the other sets posted In O.S. very good set I might add we were impressed the sound was excellent .Nashville Pussy was impressive.Their set was cut short due to their use of fire in the act.as soon as that tall blond did two displays of shooting fire out of her mouth security for disney /[house of blues]came out with fire extinguisher and on her next attempt they shot the fire out with it.Andthey then cut off the microphones so Nashville Pussy could not continue. So the man in Nashville Pussy threw the microphone and the stand in the security pit in the front of the stage .And H.o.B. cut their set short by closing the curtain;.at the end of the show lemmy let them come out on the last couple songs to play along . A few times Lemmy adressed were playin at fucking Disney and then because of the Nashville Pussy said Fuck Disney. Too which us locals enjoyed and readily agreed. Before the show we seen Lemmy in the bar at HoB we sent him a shot of his Maker's Mark. to Which we received a congratulatory nod from the man himself.
Stay Clean

Date: Thu, 04 Nov 1999 10:10:32
From: "Frank J. Wagner" wagnerf@rowan.edu
Subject: os: philly gets the shaft again!

Fellow Rivet Heads,

Once again us in the philly PA area miss out on Captain Krunch. Last tour there was a schedule conflict and the powers to be moved the show one day earlier....WITH NO NOTICE. I am needing a fix fast!

Up the Irons,
Philly Frank

PS Just joined the group glad to be here with all my fellow hell rats....Always looking for tape trades!!

Date: Thu, 04 Nov 1999 15:36:28 PST
From: "jarjar65" jarjar65@excite.com
Subject: os: orlando show

I am so pissed off about the House of Blues and Disney's treatment of the bands last night that I had to let everyone know about it. First off, Motorhead and Nashville Pussy ARE rock n roll! It's nice to know that despite everyone's efforts to kill it...IT LIVES!!!! Ok, back to my rant: First of all, the HOB's use of guerilla sized guards and metal detectors was a little ridiculous, considering the pathetic size of the crowd. I personally felt the fact that I couldn't even bring a pen in was a little much. (Good thing they didn't spot the asthma medicine...ooh, drugs!) Next, as many of you know, Cory from Nashville Pussy breathes fire during their show. Obviously this is a no-no at the HOB, since the stage guy rudely sprayed her with a fire extinguisher and stopped the show! ( I later heard that a Kiss tribute band had played there before and the "Gene guy" breathed fire.) The band, being the cool folks they are, tried to placate the "bullshit" chanting crowd by handing a few beers to the people in front...another F up. The security, or Disney Gestapo, as we in Orlando refer to them, confiscated the beers (bottles are forbidden in the HOB) and threw out the unfortunate underage fella that had one given to him...he hadn't even drank any! Next up...Motorhead! As I expected, they Fn' blew me away! The older Lemmy gets, the harder he gets....gives us all hope! I would have loved to have seen a longer set (how long did they play elsewhere?), but I think the lack of monitors caused them to cut a few songs out of disgust. Lemmy said some fine comments reguarding the HOB and Disney, in particular. There were lots of "Disney Sucks" chants. Despite all the BS, Motorhead put on a hell of a show for the few of us there.
Orlando sucks for music, anyway. No one supports anything that actually rocks, locally or nationally, so I wasn't surprised by the lack of turnout. At the close, they played a kickin version of " Overkill" with the Nashville Pussy folks and some guy I didn't recognize (anyone know who that guy playing guitar was?). I just hope this doesn't stop them from coming to Orlando again. There are alot better places to play than Disney's House of Blues.

Date: 4 Nov 99 20:34:39 PST
From: Jamie Brown - sisterjulian@netscape.net
Subject: os: motorhead rocks ybor, fl

Hey, fellow motorheadbangers! My friends and I attended the show in Ybor, FL on Tuesday and IT WAS AWESOME!!! We had seen Motorhead before at Ozzfest in Orlando, where I narrowly missed a chance to meet Motorhead backstage - sigh. Glucifer played quite well, especially for guys who look young enough to be my children (I am 36). The big surprise was Nashville Pussy - from what I'd heard, and based on the name, didn't know if they could REALLY play, or just put on a good show - THEY DID BOTH! VERY WELL! As a woman, it was really inspiring to see those girls jam. And I was totally impressed at how the bassist could spew fire from her mouth. Also, they both could play actual music WHILE making out - no mean feat, I'm sure, and no doubt a BIG thrill for all the guys in the audience. My friend Marilyn and I were so inspired, we want to start our own chicks' metal band - call it "St. Pete Snatch," ha, ha! I wish more women had been there to see it - actually, there were very few chicks in the audience, but those who attended, were very enthusiastic. In fact, a couple of other women joined me on the dance floor/ mosh pit. It was the "nicest" mosh pit I have ever seen. Being 5'5" and just 115 lbs., I am usually not comfortable in mosh pits because of the amount of severe slamming, suffocation, etc. But, at this show, the guys were very polite, and at times, they gave us chicks the whole floor to ourselves. I fell down twice because the floor was wet with beer and very slippery, and both times, hands reached down immediately to help me back up! Thanks, guys! And as for Motorhead - well, what is there to say, really? THEY WERE AWESOME. AS ALWAYS! And louder than anybody. I danced my ass off. I regret not being able to go backstage this time, either, to express my appreciation.
Maybe next time, guys?! Anyway, keep on moshin', friends!

Date: Sat, 06 Nov 1999 02:36:30
From: "Mike McIntyre" mrm420@enteract.com
Subject: Computers And Motorhead

Hello, my name is Mike. I'm 39 years old, and have been a Motorhead fan for about 18 years. However, my introduction to the Internet came on Oct. 12. "99. The first website that I visited was the Motorhead site. I've learnd a lot of shit from the site in 25 days. Ilearned what the Real Player was , finally downloaded it successfully, and learned how it worked from the concert on the site.
I also made my Internet debut by signing the gusetbook. When I got those addresses in my e-mail, I downloaded the screen saver. I don't knoew if I'm doing any good for the project with it, bit it's fuckin' cool. I also went to the other site at Berkley and looked up that Motorheadbangers group. It said sign up, and I tried, but I think that's still a bit over my head.
What I liked is what you say about Motorhead fans not being a bunch of dumbfucks, and how you are using Motorhead as a vehicle to show people about the computer. Man, I'm all fuckin' for that! I want to learn as much as I can about the computer using things like rock and roll, the NHL, etc. I'm with you all the way dude! Fuck those that naysay about Motorhead and us fans. Keep up the good work, man!
One last thing. Would you know the address to the offical Hawkwind website?

Thanks man,
Mike McIntyre

Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 07:02:18 -0800 (PST)
From: M J Perry - mklpryy24@yahoo.com
Subject: os: ecw recording

Just saw Lemmy on vh-1 "behind the music", was great!! it shows Metallica performing with lemmy for a birthday show?, if you dont already know check out Moterhead version of "Enter Sandman" on ECW Extreme Music CD,Fucking Awsome,avail. on Slab/CMC international.

Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 18:12:02
From: por917k@webtv.net
Subject: OS: Replies to Spanky (OS#81) + Paul Grogan (OS#80)

In OS 81, "Spanky" mentioned a CITY-TV broadcast of a Toronto show in the early 1980's. I think this was the 1982 CNE Coliseum show, when "Iron Fist" had been released and Fast Eddie was in his last few days with the band. CITY-TV and radio station CHUM-FM (no longer a rock station) simulcast about 50 minutes of that concert a week or two later.
Although I did tape it on a friend's top-loading VCR, it has deteriorated so much over 17 years that it is not watchable. I think it was released for sale a couple of years later on video tape, so hopefully someone out there can find it for you.

If my memory is correct, that was only the second Motorhead appearance in Toronto, and is still the biggest place they've played here as a headliner (Maple Leaf Gardens was opening for Alice Cooper). I don't think their Toronto "Ace of Spades" concerts were shown on CITY-TV. They took place in May(?) 1981 at the Danforth Music Hall (as headliners, even though they were opening for Ozzy in the USA for the rest of that tour).

Paul Grogan's comments in OS#80 about Lemmy's sense of humour were completely accurate. Apart from the music, this is what makes people Motorhead fans. Lemmy's lyrics and on-stage rants show that he doesn't always take himself too seriously, like most other bands do. A good example of this was his introduction for "(Don't Need) Religion" at a Toronto concert in 1983 (or maybe it was 1984). This happened at "The Concert Hall" which was part of the Masonic Temple. He said,"You people... you go to church all the ffffuckin' time, don't you? ... It makes me ssssick." Too bad the next time there (1986) someone ruined his good mood by spitting on him.

That Masonic Temple building is now a TV studio for "Open Mike With Mike Bullard", a talk show seen weeknights on Canadian TV. Canadian Motorhead fans should send e-mail there to suggest either Motorhead as a music guest, or having good ol' Uncle Lemmy by himself guest on the show when his book is available. They are not afraid of hard rock acts (Sepultura was on the show last year),and they invite people to send suggestions to their e-mail address every night.

- KRB in Mississauga Ont., Canada

Date: Sat, 06 Nov 1999 18:43:17
From: Andrew and Risa - medusa@akula.com
Subject: os: motorhead at lamours pictures

Come by and check out the pics from the show: http://www.akula.com/~medusa/Motorhead

der Hohepunkt des Ganzens..........die Explosion im Festspielhaus
Lair of the Gorgon: http://www.akula.com/~medusa
Medusa and Stheno's Candid Quakeworld Camera: http://www.gibbed.com/medusa
3Dfx Quake Screenshots: http://www.akula.com/~medusa/3dfx/3dfx.htm

Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1999 03:39:33 -0800 (PST)
From: Stefano - nuraxi@yahoo.com
Subject: os: reply to robert n.w./ lemmy and wurzel nightclub...

Some stars decided to play a gig in honour of Boss Goodman, ex-roadie and manager of Pink Fairies, promoter for 13 years at Dingwalls. That gig was played on 2nd Sept. 1986 by Lemmy, Wurzel, Mick Green and Rat Scabies and (entirely?) put on the "Slayground" bootleg. The tape is well known as "Boss Goodman's testimonial".
Stefano Loi
(Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy)


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