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Issue #83 - November 12, 1999

OS: Another Day....
O.S. video/audio trades of unofficially released materials
OS: responses to the last issue
OS: Boston gig review (long edition)
OS Yeah Man, I'm Fucking Digging This Computer Shit Almost As Much As I Dig Motorhead Themselves
OS : French Bangers in London
OS: Hell On Earth
OS: Waste of time!
OS: mtv
OS: Another AC/DC tribute song...
OS: Complaining...
OS: Copenhagen show 991110
OS: No More Tears lyrics
OS: a happy bostonian
OS: Review of Atlanta show
OS: UK support band
OS: kerrang record


Date: November 12, 1999
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: another day...

Greetings Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

Not much new stuff going on. The band is in Scandinavia kicking some killer shows in the tundra.


One more try on the SETI front. We have 33 people now... I KNOW we can do WAAAAYYYY more. Imagine, if all of us participated, we would be able to contribute approx 26,400 hours (about 3 years, based on 12 hours a day) of computing time EVERY DAY! It is actually better for your computer's components to remain turned on, so why not contribute?

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!


w/ Special Guests

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, 07 Nov 1999 12:20:12
From: Andrew and Risa medusa@akula.com

What The fuck is goin on here????? How can anyone consider Bastards a better album than Overkill. Or Iron Fist, Bomber, or Ace of Spades for that matter. Just shows that most of the people who took that poll are relatively newbie Motorhead fans. Cause anyone with 18 years experience like me would never put Bastards in front of any of the albums with Eddie Clarke. So there!!!!


Best Album

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

Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 13:20:39 -0800
From: Brent Campbell simonchaos@worldnet.att.net
Subject: o.s. video/audio trades of unofficially released materials


Thanks for the continuing super job, Ace!!! I've met a lot of sick Motorhead F*cks from this newsletter - I had no idea so many were out there, bless yer black little hearts.

I think what separates Motorhead from ALL other groups is that they have recorded virtually no outrightly crappy tracks. I'm super critical and can rank on just about anyone, but Motorhead music transends that. In an era when you're lucky if you get three good tracks on an album, Motorhead does not appear to understand the term "throwaway track". It all rocks (with the possible exception of "Lawman").

>From the first time I saw them on "the Young Ones", it has been my mission to get as much Motorhead as I can. I'm interested in trading (or buying) tapes, cd's and especially videos of anything to do with Motorhead. I do not support bootlegging of legit releases (besides I have them all and then some), but if you have something to trade, come on board!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My recommendation for a favorite song? How about the very under-rated "Blackheart"?
Oh well - let's get tradin'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 16:51:13
From: Max Headroom shluzas@softhome.net
Subject: os: responses to the last issue

> 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....

I'd say buy Sacrifice next. Then Bastards. Then Orgasmatron. Then Rock and Roll. Then Snake Bite Love. Then Overnight Sensation. Then Motorhead (it's not like other Motorhead. very Hawkwindy). Then Iron Fist, which is good, but not that good. You can mix in live albums and collections with that, but I'd only really recommend 3 of their live albums (No Sleep till Hammersmith, No Sleep at All, and Everything Louder than Everyone Else). The compliations are pretty pointless, too, except for No Remorse, which has a couple "new" songs on it.

> One last thing. Would you know the address to the offical Hawkwind website?

That would be http://www.hawkwind.com. It's not a very good website. Many of the fan sites for Hawkwind are several times better.

> Too bad the next time there (1986) someone ruined his good mood by spitting on him.

People are such assholes. Why in the living fuck do people throw stuff and spit on/at the performers? What the fuck is wrong with them? At the Iron Maiden show at the Orpheum sometime this summer it was about 120 degrees inside. Someone threw a wet towel at the stage. Bruce then looked right at the guy and said, "I appreciate what you're trying to do. It's very hot in here and you probably want to help us cool down. But if you're throwing shit on the stage we're running around up here I could slip and break my fucking neck. So stop throwing shit or I'll come down there and break YOUR fucking neck." Then everyone laughed at the guy, and he felt embarassed (as well he should).
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: Sun, 7 Nov 1999 23:54:45
From: Eric R Chetkauskas zughiaq@juno.com
Subject: OS: Boston gig review (long edition)

This is a rather late review of the show in Boston on Wed, Oct. 27. I wrote it a day or two after the show, but a slight case of the flu, and the fact that clicking "Exit Juno" is not the same as clicking "send mail", kept me from submitting it.

Saw the show in Boston on last Wednesday night. Awesome, I must say. Since this was my first time seeing them outside of Ozzfest, I panicked. The were loud at Ozzfest, really loud and that was outside. I figured, Motorhead, playing in a small enclosed room was an equation for deafness so i brought earplugs. This was surprisingly not as loud as expected (but still loud) and even Lemmy (and Phill) complained about it not being loud enough. As a result it sounded clear and crisp, even with the plugs.

The set list was: (not sure of order, must mostly this is correct) 1)Bomber 2)No Class 3)I'm So Bad (Baby, I Don't Care) 4)Over Your Shoulder 5)Civil War 6) Sacrifice 7)Take The Blame 8)Overnight Sensation 9)Metropolis 10)Nothing Up My Sleeve 11)Dead Men Smell Toe Nails (heh) 12)Born to Raise Hell 13)Orgasmatron 14)Going to Brazil 15)Iron Fist 16)Killed By Death 17)Ace Of Spades 18)Overkill

Born to Raise Hell, Overnight Sensation, Over Your Shoulder and Orgasmatron were the highlights of the show. Over Your Shoulder & Overnight Sensation are just two great songs that happen to be personal favorites of mine and rock when played live. Born to Raise Hell kicked ass in its no bullshit, straight up Rock and Roll attitude, and the performance of Orgasmatron could scare the crap of anyone not into rock music with it's lyrics, Lemmy's growl and the fact that the only light that was on during the song was a lone green light shining upwards at Lemmy, which complimented the grunts and incoherant chants between verses. Is this song always played like that (with the green light,) I mean or was it specific to this tour?

This show also provided more evidence to my therory that hearing a song live (in person or on an album) which you don't normally like changes your opinion of it. I never liked Metropoils, it wasn't a bad song, just didn't do anything for me. Until now. Same goes for Bomber.

I got my spot up front, about 10 feet away the Man Himself (give or take 5 feet at any given moment for the pushing in all directions). The crowd was a little on the dull side. For the first four or five songs I could swear I was the only one singing along. That was the problem with this venue, alot of the people who came were college kids who wanted to check out the "club scene" and had no idea who or what Motorhead was. (Don't think I'm ragging on college kids, I'm one too.) That opinion quickly changed however because when Lemmy said to shout, shout we did. Phill Campbell, who was urging the crowd on hopelessly up to that point looked at Lemmy as if to say "wow!" Lemmy then said said we were the loudest on the tour (probably) and he swore he doesn't say that everynight (maybe). Various requests were made throughout the night. I personnally heard requests for "Jailbait", "Roadcrew", "Stone Dead Forever", "Siver Machine"(Eh?), and "Burner". When I shouted for "Iron Horse" Lemmy responed by saying "We can't play that, haven't play it in 22 years" or something to that effect.

A word or ten on the opening bands; first Gluecifer came out and with one look at their matching shiny, red bowling shirts, I had very low expectations of them. And as expected they weren't cool. However, they also didn't suck. Their music was kind of generic, but catchy. Nashville Pussy sounded like a cross between Motorhead and Lynyrd Synyrd. The singer for this band is a shorter, balder, hick version of Lemmy, also in alot worse shape. This guy looks like he could keel over at any minute. I had a pretty clear view of the stage for them, except durning the part where the two chicks were making out, thanks to the fat headed guy in front of me (no offense to people with fat heads). The really tall chick had some fire breathing act which was cool and their songs kinda rocked. Judgement for this band requires further investigation.

Not only did The Boston Globe actually have a review of the show (Friday's paper for anyone interested) it was a positive review (as opposed to pretty much every other metal show), talking about loud rock music, expeltives, Hell and such.

Phill Cambell had on this cool cowboy-type hat. A pleasent change from his usual baseball cap. But what was up those leather/vinyl pants?

I saw someone with a camera recording Nashville Pussy's set, but he went out of my site (read: I moved towards the front) when Motorhead was on so I don't know whether or not he recorded that too or what. If he did, and he's on this list, I'm interested (hint hint).

I think that about covers it all. I bet you wish you had the last four minutes of your life back.

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1999 05:08:25
From: "Mike McIntyre" mrm420@enteract.com
Subject: OS Yeah Man, I'm Fucking Digging This Computer Shit Almost As Much As I Dig Motorhead Themselves

Fuckin' A man! I finally got that SETI group shit right! Now that I'm signed up, I fuckin' mean business. If I come in contact with amy extra-terrestrial fuckers, I'm gonna have them over to my house, do some fuckin' bongs with them, and listen to some really kick-ass Motorhead CD's, and then make all of the nubile nymphs, merry maidens, and delectable debutantes supplicant, shaved-pussy sex slaves, because that's what this whole fuckin' Motorhead rock and roll thing is fuckin' about!

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1999 13:36:06
From: "LEROY Nicolas" n.leroy@dunod.com
Subject: OS : French Bangers in London

Hi, we're five Motorhead fans coming out from Paris and we bought tickets for the show at Astoria in London (December 4/99). I've never been in England and I wanted to know if someone could help us with some advice. For example : is it a good idea to come by car (can we park in London ?) and especially where can we spend the night without spending to much money

If you know anything that can help us, please answer me (where are the best pubs ?, etc). Thanks and see you in London.

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1999 07:20:27 PST
From: "Rickard Andersson" rickardo_a@hotmail.com
Subject: os: hell on earth

Got the soundtrack for Hellraiser III a couple of yars ago, for the only reason that Motorhead wrote the title track. I was just wondring if anybody knows if it's available somwhere else (on CD or Vinyl), and have they ever performed it live?(Doubt it) It's not one of Mot-rheads best songs but hey, it's Motor fu**in head!

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1999 07:35:26 PST
From: "Jay Cloyd" jayrocks@hotmail.com
Subject: os: waste of time!

I became a part of the Overnight Sensation because I thought it would keep me informed about one of the best and loudest bands ever---Motorhead! It is nothing but a forum for loudmouths to spurt their "opinions" about what album they think sucks the most and which drummer is better or how they hate 1816 so much. I don't care about your opinions on the music of Motorhead. To me, each and every album is important and in the case of line-up changes, it happens, get the fuck over it. Please unsubscribe me from this total waste of time. Instead of using my time to read through a load of shit, I'll spend it listening to Motorhead. OS fucking sucks!

Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 11:14:51 -0800
From: "marcio bueno" marcio@moremail.com
Subject: mtv

here marcio bueno from falenciafraudule@hotmail.com-hotmail sucks... many rock fans hate MTV, but here in Brazil things are little diferent. for example, Joao Gordo (leader of Ratos de Porao - brazilian's greatest grind/punk band) has a daily live program, where he acts like Beavis and Butthead, shows his ass, speaks bad words and stuff. this intro just to say MTV-Brazil did a 1 hour Motorhead program, last 31 oct. songs featured are: ace of spades, iron fist, one track mind, mean machine (live), I'm so bad, no voices in the sky (live), going to brazil (live), ramones (live), I aint no nice guy, burner, sacrifice. it was a nice "good morning" on a sunday morning, isn't?

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1999 13:13:07 PST
From: "Eduardo Avello" eavello@hotmail.com
Subject: os: another ac/dc tribute song...

Dear Ace:
I've been subscribing the list for a very long time, but this is actually the first time I contribute.

I listened to an AC/DC tribute song the other day on the radio. The song: Highway To Hell. The band: A.N.I.M.A.L. (from Argentina). It features lyrics in Spanish a no other than LEMMY on additional vocals (singing some verses in English) and playing additional bass. A.N.I.M.A.L. is an Argentinian metal trio.
The song is brutally awesome!!!
I hope you can get a copy of the single...
Eduardo Avello

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 03:28:49 PST
From: "Marco Lindholm" rockmarco@hotmail.com
Subject: complaining...

Hello Ace and all other Mot-rfreaks!
Never thought I would complain about the best newsletter on the net, but well, here we go. I always enjoy getting a new issue of OS. Reading other people?s opinions about the Greatest Band on earth and fans sharing their Lem-experiences... Simply, just be able to communicate with other fans, it?s great. But in the later issues a debate, totally irrelevant for a newsletter which is built up for good clean fun, has suddenly started to stain such a nice info source, and I, as probably a great number of us, am getting sick of it. It?s this whole censor thing I?m talking about. First of all, of course there should be freedom of speech. I somebody has racist opinions well, hey, it?s OK for me. That?s their business. But why involve those opinions in the OS newsletters? No one?s is interested in that. And the worst thing is that it puts dear Ace, a messenger who couldn?t do a better job than he does, in a critical position. If somebody puts in a "fuck" between every word, hell, who cares? I bet that?s the first thing mr. Kilmister says when he wakes up! In one issue, Metal Hammer paid a visit to Lemsters apartment (what a great apartment, by the way). Of course the discussion of his Third Reich memorabilia was a big part of the interview. Lemmy said that only a few people have been offended by his collection. He also said something like "I?m no fuckin' racist...". Only because the Snaggletooth symbol features an iron cross, Mot-rhead are no racists. So why involve racism in OS? I think we should all just take our personal responsibility and not post irrelevant shitmail to mr. Trump. Enough said about that. YES! In less than three weeks Mot-rhead I?m gonna hear Mot-rhead live in Turku, Finland! It?ll be the second time in a year! Hopefully, I?ll get a chance to speak with my Heroes! In that case, I?ll share the whole experience with you guys. I had a great time hearing them at Nummirock last summer. I stood - of course - in the front row, and after unleashing the tons of decibels through "Bomber", the kings continued with a set pretty much like the one on "Everything Louder..." (in a shortened version), interesting was though that they played "Broken", which isn?t on the album. I would never have thought of it if I wouldn?t have had the song list in my hands when I came home. Yes, fellow bangers, I got Mot-rheads playlist! SIGNED by the whole band! Unfortunately, I didn?t get to speak with them, but my friend had a backstage pass (he worked for the press), so he took care of the whole thing. But wait, that wasn?t the best part. After "Bomber", Phil threw a pick into the c:a seven meter wide space between the audience and the stage. I shouted for one of the guards standing in that space. I told him to get me the pick. He searched for a while, then he came back and said he couldn?t find it. Anyway, after some five songs, Lemmy threw his shades. The guard picked 'em up, came to me and... Yes, I GOT LEMMYS SHADES!!! Thought I?d faint, really... They do now have a very special place in a glass locker in my home, next to the playlist and an iron cross, similar to the one Lemmy wears around his neck. I was offered 2000 marks for them but no, I?ll NEVER sell them. It was the greaters moment of my life.
Well, that?s it for now.

Thanx for your good work, Ace. I appreciate it!
Marco McLoud
P.S. Hopefully the second net-tribute will be a hit!

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 13:33:12
From: Klavs Donadoni Petersen donadoni@get2net.dk
Subject: OS: Copenhagen show 991110

So finally a chance to see the boys again after a pause of 2 years. They played as part of a show called "Monsters of the Millenium" consisting of Lions share, Dio, Motorhead and Manowar. Unfortunately it seemed that there is a lot more Manowar fans here than Lemmy disciples. At least to judge from the huge amount of Manowar t-shirts. However Lemmy, Phil and Mickey also have a lot of friends here and we had a great time in KB Hallen.

The setlist consisted of(in no particular order): "Metropolis, Ace of spades, Orgasmatron, Going to brazil, Overkill, Dead men tell no tales, Over your shoulder, Civil War, Sacrifice(with drum solo), I'm so bad baby I don't care, Iron Fist, No Class, Born to raise hell, Killed by death." It was a pretty short set, not much more than an hour or so. But Lemmy promised to be back soon and I hope he keeps that promise. I hopefully don't have to wait another 2 years 'till next time to have my ears blown off by "Murder One" and it's companions.

While I write this the day after the show I still have this "white noise" sound in my ears constantly reminding me why "Everything louder than everyone else" is so true. The other bands? Lions share sucked. Dio was ok I guess if you like Dio. I left a few songs into Manowar's set. They really don't do it for me.

There can be only one: Motorhead.

From: mstarkweather@webtv.net (Michael Starkweather)
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 22:33:38
Subject: 10 disc box set

MIME-Version: 1.0 (WebTV)

Hi Ace, Just letting you and every one now that MOTOR HEAD has a new box set out. The set is called BORN TO LOSE, LIVE TO WIN the bronze years 1978-1983. I just picked mine up this morning, It's a 10 disc CD single set with full back and cover art for each disc. The set is limited to 10,000 copys I got no#5,918. Here's whats in the set. Disc 1, louie louie / tear ya down. Disc 2,overkill / too late to late. Disc 3, no class / like a nightmare. Disc 4, bomber / over the top. Disc 5, leaving hear / stone dead forever / dead men tell no tales / too late to late(all live). Disc 6, ace of spades / dirty love. Disc 7, please don't touch / emergency / bomber. Disc 8, motor head / over the top(al live). Disc 9, iron fist / remember me i'm gone. Disc 10, i got mine / turn you around again / tales of glory. The set is put out by Castle music. I hope every one wants this set gets it. well thats all for now.

Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 23:46:11
From: silvia silviag@ctv.es
Subject: no more tears lyrics

From: Max Headroom shluzas@softhome.net

"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."

Wrong! Lemmy wrote those "No More Tears". Then Ozzy bought the song from him. Lemmy got $100 and Ozzy kept the rights over the song which also gave him the right to change the lyrics at his will.

Silvixxx, The Queen of Spades

Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 12:47:55
From: jeff nugent jefnug@worldnet.att.net
Subject: os: a happy bostonian

i know i'm little late with the praise for the boston show, but it was great.wouldn't have missed it! when the dates were first posted for a small us tour in october, there were no east coast dates. it didn't even look like there was time to hit the east. so i was bummed, another motorhead tour that missed boston. but as i looked at the european dates, i saw the dates for london. my heart skipped a beat. i was going to be in london as well. i can imagine motorhead fans in the us wondering how awesome it would be to see them in england(i know i have). i'll tell you when i get back. and then to have them stop and play boston was more than i could ask for.
across the pond i go, to see a motorhead show!!

Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1999 14:34:32
From: "David Weinsier" dweinsier@mindspring.com
Subject: os: review of atlanta show

The night seemed perfect: Halloween, Mickey's birthday, and the biggest crowd I have ever seen for a Motorhead show in Atlanta. Nashville Pussy put on a strong performance. The bass player came out dressed as Lemmy (I actually thought she was a guy initially since I had never seen the band before) and removed various parts of the costume as the set wore on. The fact that her nipple was hanging out the last 20 minutes of the set certainly added to the band's appeal. Impotent Sea Snakes were quite entertaining as well. Their show focuses more on visuals than music. They played "Rock and Roll all Night" mid-way thru their set which was rather strange. Before Motorhead (MH) came on, I had fought my way to the front row and was sitting pretty, right in front of Phil's microphone at stage left. Dies Irie was directly across from me, while Murder One stood firmly in place at stage right, behind Lemmy (How old are these things? They look like they're about to fall apart). Show started at 12:30am and ended at 2:00. Set was as follows: bomb class i'm so bad shoulder civil metro blame OS sleeve born to raise toenails sacrifice orgas brazil fist death ace overkill Ladies and Gentlemen, I have a confession to make. Maybe I was tired, maybe the alcohol was wearing off, maybe I'm getting old. But I have to admit that I was standing in the front row watching one of my favorite bands of all-time.....................and I was BORED. I simply felt like I had seen it all before. The same songs, just in a different order. So on the drive home, I asked myself what would have made the show something special. I came up with 2 answers:. 1) More spontaneity Why do they play the same set every night? The reason people followed the Greatful Dead all over the world is because you never knew what you were going to see from one show to the next. Now a band like Kiss has all the lights and pyro timed on computers, so they understandably can't improvise very much because it would mess everything up, but MH has no pyro and only one lighting effect (on Orgasmatron), so why not do something different every night? Some guy behind me was yelling out "Dr. Rock!" between every song. How cool would it have been for Lemmy to shout out, "this one's to get you to shut up", as he tears into the old classic (assuming the guys still remember how to play it). 2) Play a cover I have a hunch that the larger-than-usual crowd was due to the recent publicity that MH has gotten from Metallica. I'm refering to the mention on VH1's "Behind the Music" and the Garage Inc. covers. In other words, I think a lot of the crowd were not necessarily MH fans, but they were curious Metallica fans wanting to check out the band's mentors. How awesome would the show have been if Lemmy had spouted out, "There's this band out there called Metallica or something that's been covering a bunch of our songs. Here's our chance to get them back" as they tear into Whiplash or Damage Inc. The crowd would have gone absolutely crazy! You may say that MH should not lower themselves to playing covers, but if you have the opportunity to tie-in to a band with a fan base the size of Metallica's, it's stupid to not take advantage of it. That's my 2 cents. I welcome all comments.

Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1999 16:14:52
From: Nofkngood@webtv.net
Subject: motorhead

can you tell me what is writen in the banner on the cover of the hellrasier cd single .....I can't find one and need it for a tattoo

F.T.F UP THE IRONS !!!!!!!..... N.F.G

Date: Sun, 14 Nov 1999 01:11:45
From: Sarmad Sheikh sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: uk support band


Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1999 23:24:11 -0800 (PST)
From: pan0808@webtv.net (kevin sullivan)
Subject: kerrang record

MIME-Version: 1.0 (WebTV)

Hey Ace!!!! How many floppy records have you seen that came in kerrang magazines?I found one cleaning (yes I finaly did!) It's a clear plastic record, 331/3 with Bronz " Taken by Storm" then Motorhead " In their own words" Forgot I even had them. It is made by Bronze records & Kerrang magazine.

See ya when they swing thru here,



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