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OVERNIGHT SENSATION!
Issue #89 January 21, 2000


OS: NAMM
OS : Overnight Sensation.
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #88
OS: INTERVIEW WITH LEMMY
OS: Endless Debate
oc:can you tell me more about the movie
OS: grammys
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #88
OS: WARNING!!!!!
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #88
O.S.: All that drug blah-blah-blah
O.S.: Me again. Rock'n'Roll this time!!!
OS: Heavy Metal and Motorhead to the next millennium
OS: Motorhead for your cellphone!
OS: TALLINN STORY PT.2
OS: it's all right?
OS: Iron Fist COLLECTABLE (for sale)
OS: Greetings + any CDR traders here?
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #84
OS: On Parole
OS: TALLINN STORY PT.3
OS: TALLINN STORY PT.4
O.S.: Record Collector Mag feature
Re: OS: #88
OS: motorheads first single???
OS: I Ain't No Nice Guy -March or Die album
RE: Overnight Sensation Issue #88
OS: OVERNIGHT + SEE MY MOTORHEAD WEB SITE
OS: a reply
OS Motorhead Themes
OS: : Motorhead


OS



Date: January 21, 2000
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: namm


Greetings Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

Sorry about no post last week. I was in Seattle catching Marty Fiedman's last show with Megadeth... AWESOME! I was also the only photographer there!

Anyway... I will be heading to Los Angeles on Feb 2 to attend this year's NAMM show. I asked Lemmy if he was attending when I spoke to him a couple of weeks ago and he said that he had not yet been invited. Anyway, I will get the opportunity to see him while I am there and hopefully hear some of the new tracks.

Until next week....

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



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 16:50:25
From: MCCARNA@uk.ibm.com
Subject: os : overnight sensation.


Ace,

I have to say this. You do such a bloody good job with this news list. It's fantastic, bringing together so many Motorfans from ALL over the world. It's good to see contributions/ideas/threads/reviews etc from so many people. Long may this continue................................

Thanks,

Nic -> MHB 163.

**Ace: Thanks for the kind words... its comments like yours that make all the hours of work worth it!



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 19:09:15
From: "gmx" juergen.fueloep@gmx.de
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #88


Hi Ace
Who are the guys playing on Lemmy`s Solo album? Never heard about Slim Jim. Would be nice to get some details.
Greetz
Joey

Ace: First things first, this is NOT a solo album of Lemmy's. Slim Jim is a fellow who used to play with a band called The Stray Cats. He was making a new album and asked Lem if he would play on it. From what I can gather, Lem was supposed to play on one track but liked it so much he played on most or all of the album. The album should be released soon. More details as I get them...



Date: Sun, 09 Jan 2000 20:10:43
From: silvia - silviag@ctv.es
Subject: os: interview with lemmy


Hi everybody out there,

all of you know (or should) that last December 24th was Lemmy's birthday. As every year, I call him to LA to congratulate him. This time, I also interviewed him (I'm writing an article on MH for a Spanish magazine). Although, supposedly, the Spanish magazine should have the exclusivity rights, you, my dear OS little Angels, deserve to "hear" Lemmy's words before anybody else, so I'm gonna transcribe the interview for you. Don't tell anybody, otherwise the magazine's editor is gonna kill me, Ok?

The Queen of Spades: HOW'S BACK AT HOME?
LEMMY: BORED ALREADY. I'VE BEEN DOING A COUPLE OF THINGS AT THE STUDIO FOR THE NEW RECORD?

QUEEN: ISN'T IT FINISHED YET?
LEMMY: NO, NOT YET. I GOTTA ADD VOCALS.

QUEEN: WHAT HAVE BEEN THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE AMERICAN AND THE EUROPEAN "EVERYTHING LOUDER.." TOUR. WHICH ONE DID YOU LIKE MOST, AND WHERE DID YOU FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE WITH THE AUDIENCE.?
LEMMY: WELL, IT ISN'T THE AUDIENCE. THE AUDIENCE WERE GOOD EVERYWHERE. ACTUALLY, IS JUST THAT WE HAD A BETTER TIME IN AMERICA AND IN ENGLAND. IN AMERICA, WE PLAYED WITH NASHVILLE PUSSY AND THAT WAS GREAT, AND IN ENGLAND WE PLAYED WITH SKEW SKIN AND THAT WAS GREAT TOO, YOU KNOW. SO IT WASN'T THE AUDIENCE, IT'S JUST THE WAY IT WAS.

QUEEN: YOUR NEW ALBUM IS GONNA BE IN THE STORES AROUND MAY 2, ISN'T IT?
LEMMY: YEAH, IT THINK SO.

QUEEN: IS THE TITLE FINALLY GONNA BE "WE'RE MOTORHEAD"?
LEMMY: I REALLY DON'T KNOW YET. I'M NOT SURE BUT I THINK SO. AND I THINK IT SHOULD BE.

QUEEN: RELIGION, POLITICIANS, WARS, LOVE, DEATH, AND THE LIKES HAVE BEENUSUAL SUBJECTS FOR YOUR LYRICS UNTIL NOW. TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT THE SUBJECTS YOU'VE TOUCHED IN THE NEW SONGS.
LEMMY: SAME STUFF, YOU KNOW.

QUEEN: WHY DID YOU DECIDED TO DO A VERSION FROM "ORGASMATRON"?
LEMMY: WE'LL WE DID IT ONLY FOR THE JAPANESE.
(When Lemmy said this, I couldn't avoid yelling that it wasn't right to do that. Last August, Lemmy let me hear the songs Motorhead had almost finished for their incoming album. One of the songs was a new version from Orgasmatron. It was just great, it really kicked ass. I complained so much about the fact of not inluding that version in the new record, that, at the end, Lemmy said something like "WELL, I DON'T KNOW. MAYBE YOU'RE RIGHT, MAYBE WE SHOULD INCLUDED IN THE EUROPEAN ALBUM" We'll see what happens, although I'm afraid it may be too late for changes.

QUEEN: YOU'VE DONE A COVER OF A VERY FAMOUS SONG FROM A VERY FAMOUS BAND. ARE YOU GONNA INCLUDE THAT COVER IN THE NEW ALBUM?
LEMMY: YES, I THINK SO.

QUEEN: UNTIL TODAY, YOU'VE KEPT IN SECRET BOTH THE SONG AND THE BAND'S NAME. CAN I TELL PEOPLE WHAT'S THE SONG?
LEMMY: NOT YET.

QUEEN: WHY NOT?
LEMMY: 'CAUSE IT'S A SURPRISE. IT'S A SECRET AND, IF YOU TELL PEOPLE, IT WON'T BE A SECRET ANYMORE. (outrageous laughing)

QUEEN: IS IT TRUTH THAT YOU DID A COVER FROM THE SONG "EVE OF DESTRUCTION" WITH THE ROYAL PHILLARMONIC?
LEMMY: YEAH. (not a very proud "yeah")

QUEEN: WHERE CAN IT BE FOUND, AND WHAT KIND OF RECORD IS IT?
LEMMY: IT'S ON PHILLARMANIA, AND IT'S DIFFERENT PEOPLE DOING SONGS FROM THE PHILLARMONICA.

QUEEN: I WAS KIND OF SHOCKED WHEN I HEARD ABOUT THIS RECORD
LEMMY: ME TOO. IT'S TERRIBLE, ISN'T IT? (laugh) I'VE JUST ALSO FINISHED A COVER OF AN OZZY OSBOURNE'S SONG FOR AN OZZY'S TRIBUTE RECORD. WHAT SONG DID YOU COVERED? "DESIRE".

QUEEN: WHAT ABOUT THE VERSION MOTORHEAD DID OF METALLICA'S "ENTER THE SANDMAN" WHICH IS INCLUDED IN THE EXTREME CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING CD?
LEMMY: ACTUALLY, IT ISN'T MOTORHEAD. THE RECORD SAYS MOTORHEAD, BUT IT'S JUST ME SINGING WITH THE ZEBRAHEAD.

"Enter the Sandman" is the song that has taken Motorhead to the final nominations list of the Grammy Awards:

Category - Best Metal Performance
For solo vocals, or Duos/Groups with vocals. Singles or Tracks only.

- Iron Man, Black Sabbath - Track from: Reunion
- Bad Blood, Ministry - Track from: The Matrix
- Enter Sandman, Motorhead - Track from: ECW Extreme Music (Various Artists)
- Starf**kers, Inc., Nine Inch Nails - Track from: The Fragile
- Superbeast, Rob Zombie - Track from: Hellbilly Deluxe

QUEEN: YOUR BIOGRAPHY IS FINISHED, AND IT'S GONNA BE CALLED "WHITE LINE FEVER", CAN YOU GIVE PEOPLE A GOOD REASON TO BUY IT?
LEMMY: 'CAUSE I WANT THEIR MONEY. (evil laugh)

QUEEN: A FILMMAKER NAMED PETER SEMPEL HAS MADE A FILM ABOUT YOU AND MOTORHEAD. NEXT FEBRUARY, IT'S GONNA BE SCREENED AT THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN BERLIN. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS PROJECT?
LEMMY: IT'S MORE A DOCUMENTARY THAN A FILM. IT HAS SCENES FROM DIFFERENT CONCERTS IN 99, INTERVIEWS...

To make an abstract of what Lemmy told me and the information I already had, I'll tell you that the project is a compilation of scenes from six different concerts in 99, interviews with him backstage, at the studio, at bars, and at his apartment in LA. There are also stories from Mikkey Dee and Phil Campbell, and shots from the band with Dereck Green (sepultura), Nina C. Alice (Skew Siskin), Slim Jim (at his "Cat Club" in Sunset blvd), Ace and Skin (Skunk Anansie - at the Astoria, London, Dec. '99), and many other Motorhead's friends, helpers and fans.)

QUEEN: ARE YOU GONNA ATTEND TO THE PREMIER?
LEMMY: I DON'T KNOW. WHEN IS IT GONNA BE?

QUEEN: I THINK IT'LL BE IN FEBRUARY.
LEMMY: YEAH, I MAY BE THERE.

QUEEN: THE SWING CATS (EX-STRAY CATS'S SLIM JIM AND LEE ROCKER AND DANNY B. HARVEY) ARE ABOUT TO RELEASE A TRIBUTE TO ELVIS CD, IN WHICH YOU'VE TAKEN PART DOING A COUPLE OF ELVIS' COVERS "LAWDY MISS CLAWDY" AND "STUCK ON YOU". THE FIRST ONE ISN'T AN EASY SONG TO SING. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE IT?
LEMMY: WHY NOT? WE'VE PLAYED LIVE LAWDY MISS CLAWDY IN THE PAST. IT SOUNDS OK.

QUEEN: DID YOU ALSO WORK ON THE PRODUCTION OF THE ALBUM?
LEMMY: NO, THEY PRODUCED IT THEMSELVES.

QUEEN: HAVE YOU WORKED IN ANYTHING ELSE WITH SLIM AND THE SWING CATS?
LEMMY: A CD WITH COVERS OF MOSTLY BUDDY HOLLY SONGD.

QUEEN: WHEN IS THE RECORD GOING TO BE IN THE STORES?
LEMMY: I THINK IN MARCH.

When I was almost finishing typing the interview, I got a mail from Danny B. Harvey, the guitar player who put together the Slim Cats along with the Ex-Stray Cats Slim Jim and Lee Rocker. In his mail, he gave me a bunch of info about all the work Lemmy and they have done together. Here's a copy for you:

Asunto: Lemmy, Slim Jim and Danny B"
Fecha: Fri, 07 Jan 2000 00:08:19 -0800
De: Danny B Harvey - honeydipper@earthlink.net
A: silvia - silviag@ctv.es

Silvia,
Slim Jim and myself have a CD coming out this month, around 01/25/2000, in which we got a lot of our friends to perform with us doing covers of Elvis songs. The CD will be called "A Special Tribute To Elvis" and features artists like Johnny Ramone, Michael DesBarres, Lemmy, Kathy Valentine from The GoGo's, Jamie Jame and The 13 Cats.

Lemmy wasn't involved with the production of this CD because Slim Jim and myself had recorded it over three months and in numerous studios and Lemmy was originally going to sing the vocals on the two tracks we cut with Johnny Ramone. However, the two acoustic Elvis songs we ended up doing for the CD, "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" and "Stuck on You", were so much fun we went in the studio a couple of months later and recorded an entire CD of fifties covers, mostly Buddy Holly songs, which will be out later this year on Cleopatra Records.

For that CD Lemmy, Slim Jim and myself were in the studio everyday and all three of us took part in the production and recording. We're very happy with how it turned out. The CD will be called "Lemmy, Slim Jim and Danny B".

On another note Lemmy, Slim Jim and myself rang in the New Year's at the Cat Club here in Hollywood by playing a short set in front of a live audience. I'll be posting pictures early next week of that show.

Take Care
Danny B Harvey

Not bad, eh? And now, the interview goes on:

QUEEN: SUPPOSEDLY, THERE'S A MOVIE WITH YOU, SEBASTIAN BACK AND JOE RAMONE. IT SEEMS IT'S ABOUT A SICK BALD GUY WHO KILLS LONG HAIRED ROCKERS?
LEMMY: YEAH, THEY TRIED TO GET ME IN, BUT I REJECTED THE OFFER. I DON'T KNOW IF THE FILM WAS FINALLY DONE.

QUEEN: EARACHE RECORDS IS PLANNING TO PUT TOGETHER A TIME CAPSULE WITH THE ARTIFACTS THAT WOULD BEST DESCRIBE METAL AND DESERVE TO BE PRESERVED FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS. IT SEEMS YOU HAVE ALREADY DONATED YOUR FAMOUS BULLET-BELT.
LEMMY: NO, I GAVE THEM A PAIR OF BOOTS.

QUEEN: BY THE WAY, WHICH GUN THE CARTRIDGES IN THE BELT WERE USED FOR?
LEMMY:A MACHINE GUN

QUEEN:YOU MUST HAVE RECEIVED LOTS OF GIFTS FROM YOUR FANS, HAVEN'T YOU?
LEMMY: YEAH, I'VE RECEIVED A FEW.

QUEEN: WHAT IS YOUR MOST TREASURED ONE?
LEMMY: IT'S A HUGE BED COVER A JAPANESE GIRL DID FOR ME. IT'S ALL HAND STITCHED AND IT HAS THE MOTORHEAD'S LOGO.

QUEEN: WERE ARE YOU GONNA BE THE MOMENT OUR CLOCKS SAY WE'RE ALREADY IN THE YEAR 2000?
LEMMY: I DON'T KNOW. PROBABLY I'LL STAY AT HOME THAT NIGHT. IT'S GONNA BE AWFUL OUTSIDE.

Thru Danny B. Harvey's e-mail, now we know that Lemmy didn't stay home that night!
-------------------
Silvia Grandio Luque
Barcelona, Spain
January 2000



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 21:16:04
From: "Rudeboy" rudeboy@pp.htv.fi
Subject: os: endless debate


In OS #88 Ola Nyberg wrote about the endless debate:

>That was a pretty lengthy contribution to the debate about drummers and guitarists, I hope you all didn't fall asleep while >reading it...

Well, I thought it was a great sum-up to this issue!

I completely agree with you on everything (which is actually very strange): Pre-Motorhead, Animal's "flowing" style on drums, Robbo's great guitars (I think the live recording of "I don't need religion" is awesome!), Pete Gill being perhaps too straightforward with his style (but still he did better on Orgasmatron that Philty would have done - thanks to Mr. Laswell, I guess), Philty's losing the original flame in the early 90's, Wurzel being the wrong guy to leave etc. etc.

The best thing was your description about older Motorhead songs "being in the field between rock'n'roll and metal". I think that has been the key to Motorhead's original sound. On last years "Monsters Of The Millenium Tour" they were in totally wrong company, I think. I mean, I liked Dio and Manowar when I was 13 years old, but I've forgotten them like I've forgotten W.A.S.P. and Twisted Sister. I'm still stuck with M'head thanks to how they treat rock'n'roll...or perhaps because they are rock'n'roll!

I remember Lemmy saying in Metal Hammer interview in '87 that they spent three weeks thinking of a good name to their brand new album - then they said "Fuck, let's call it Rock'n'roll and go to a bar!"

Anyway, thanks for a great sum up, Ola!
VU



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 11:22:45 -0800 (PST)
From: beverly butler - bevzepp@yahoo.com
Subject: oc:can you tell me more about the movie


ace
grammys suck didn,t jethro tull get one in 89/90 insted of metallica i,m sure of it.anyway my favourite motorhead moment came on 12/1/97 when fast eddie got on stage at the london astoria and did overkill what a night.



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 15:37:55
From: "Brad Bartelt" branic@powerweb.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #88


hawkwind reunion! i'm there!



Date: Sun, 09 Jan 2000 15:09:00 PST
From: "Brian Cooper" piratepete_@hotmail.com
Subject: os: warning!!!!!


Hello, I am a recent subscriber. I want to warn anyone out there who has a girlfriend that doesn't love Motorhead to be careful. I'm a fairly new fan and I had a chance to see them just months after my discovery, with another of my favorite bands, the Dropkick Murphys. Unfortunately, I decided to be the nice guy and actually go with my girl to the friggin' prom!!!! I have kicked myself daily for not going, so someone, Please Keep Me Informed On Tours!! Thanks, and keep up the good work, Ace.



Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 19:57:34
From: jaybundy@webtv.net (debE)
Subject: o.s.: all that drug blah-blah-blah


Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 02:26:20 -0200

Okay, girls, that's enough of all that chickenish fussin' 'n' fightin' about drugs into a ROCK 'N' ROLL MAILING LIST. You can use drugs and be happy for yourself. While I can eat rice and beans and my beloved barbecue and be a happy guy too. I don't think that the other guy can tell you what to let in your body. On the other hand, it doesn't seem a tuff job to stay bragging loud to all the world 'round that you smoke this and sniff that. It isn't necessarily related to a Motorhead list, despite what someone said. The biggest part of the drug consumers I know must not have heard Motorhead yet. To say the truth, most of them are NOT into rock 'n' roll or any music. Some of them like to dance to the shit that the radio blares destroying what once was Brazilian music. I could start bragging here of how much I'm a good football beck, or how fine my club is doing or which part of a bull gives you the best bar-b-q, but... this is a ROCK 'N' ROLL MAILING LIST. Better yet: a Motorhead one. So, brothers and sisters o' faith, you can EVEN say something about drugs, like passin' by ;-) But to dedicate an entire post to it, well, no need. Or I'll be postin' 100 lines on ''why you must support my town's football team" (Football, women and Rock 'n' Roll, mighty God, how much it's good) Take care of y'all
Ricardao Alpendre do Brasil



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 02:27:04 -0200
From: "Alpendre" alpendre@mandic.com.br
Subject: o.s.: me again. rock'n'roll this time!!!


This is it, now here we go... Greetings, all ye faythfull. As an enduring and proud die-hard Rock'n'Roller, I'm so glad and kickin' because not only Motorhead has an album's worth of material bound to hit the streets to follow-up a blockbuster, but too 'cos Lemmy has another album to take off anytime with another true Rock'n'Roll person, Slim Jim Phantom!!! And I really like when Lem covers the oldies. And then a Lemmy documentary movie, and then a Lemmy book. These seem magic times for Motorhead. I'm sure they are. I hope this side-project won't be ill-fated like that one with WOW, when despite the good song "Masterplan" Eddie Clarke (may he live forever, though) felt betrayed (?). Bye for now. All the best. Ricardao Alpendre do Brasil



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 14:00:37 -0000
From: "percy" percy@tinyworld.co.uk
Subject: os: heavy metal and motorhead to the next millennium


Ace... First of all thanks for your'e time and efforts in putting OS together. i am a first time mailer and one of Englands many mot fans. Ever since I first saw them at Dudley Technical College (I was eight - my sister smuggled me in !!) in '78 Iwas hooked. Even at that young age all I can remember was thinking - LOUD....DIRTY....AND HEAVY, this is definitly music as it should be. That day set me on a path, the way of the music fan. People slag motorhead off without even listening to them, and I really cannot stand that. I think the Beatles were talentless, limp-wristed tossers who just played to girls, many will dissagree, but at least I listened to them and made up my own mind. Not like the mindless idiots listening to todays music on the radio......absolute shit. Fatboy slim for example, people say he's a great musician. If thats the case then why isnt he playing guitar, bass, drums, synth or some other musical instrument in a great band ? I'll tell you why...he hasn't a clue about music....he's a fuckin' sampler who does for a living what I've been doing all my life...putting a record on a record player and ripping everyone else off. I really hate scum like that. As for Motorhead in the millenium, well, its hard to say really isn't it. To ask me I thought that Snake bite love was an excellent album, and if thats a taster then I cannot wait for their next. I think that metal in general has gone down hill over the past 10 years or so, motorhead,priest,saxon,maiden,ac/dc and so on, doing it practically all by '85, and Metallica,slayer and guns n' roses up to present....with some sorry impersonations bringing up the rear such as Sepultura and thunder. Motorhead really have stood the test of time, like the Beatles, and deserve all the credit and grammy's they receive. I cannot think why they should wish to cover a metallica song, I havent heared it yet, but they probably do it with a lot more style than Hetfield and co, who to me, are one of the most boring sounding bands on the planet. I dont mean to slag bands off but my views are my views. I havent wore a metal T-shirt for years now, I have a house, a steady girlfriend who's nagging to become my wife, I dont drink that much anymore and I've stopped smoking old faithfull. Whatever happens to motorhead in the y2k can only be of their own doing and no one elses, unlike the other bands who bow down to commercialism. My favourite album is ace of spades, my favourite single is one to sing the blues and my favourite album track is I'll be you're sister. Maybe they can change those few stats in the new millenium. I wait with baited breath. All the best, and thanks again !!!
PERCY



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 07:47:53 PST
From: "R. Sjoberg" rikhard_sjoberg@hotmail.com
Subject: os: motorhead for your cellphone!


Hello and happy new year etc.
Just thought I'd write to tell you that if you have a Nokia cellphone you could have "Ace of Spades" as the ringtone! Yes, believe it or not, the finnish mobile phone operator Sonera offers a couple of hundreds of new ringtones for Nokia-made cellphones, and one of these tones is Spadez! You can listen to it at
http://www.sonera.fi/gsm/doris/soittoaanet/tones/aceofspa.wav

(Naturally only we finns can enjoy having Spadez on our cellphones, because you have to subscribe to Sonera in order to get this ringtone)

Greets,
Rikhard



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 19:29:05 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: tallinn story pt.2


Hi,Ace! Sorry for The break,but here's the continuation of my review:

I got my guest pass, and sat to talk with Lemmy, he read some book about Hitler,but he immedeately put it aside when I sat next to him. He was very glad to take my small presents, I presented him the badges of Russian military forces and badge of our elite forces 'Guardian' ( I presented the same to Phil) and for the whole band I gave the bottle of elite Rissian vodka called 'Moscowskaya', Mikkey immedeately jumped and grabbed it and buried the bottle in his bag saying that he will drink it when he will be alone, cause his bandmates always drink everything lefting nothing to him, everybody in the room laughed a lot to that! We spoke with Lemmy a lot about lots of things, he and Mikkey are unbeluevably open to relate, they chat with you like with an old friend, and it was a great pleasure to relate with them! Dio already began to play, but I decided to stay in Motorhead dressing room and to hang out with the guys. After some time I said to Lemmy that I need to go to buy a t-shirt, but Lemmy said: " Wait! Hey, Freddie, give to Motorheadbanger from Russia a t-shirt that he will chose!" We went with Freddie to the place where t-shirts were sold, I take one that I liked most of all (with a classic Motorhead England design on the front and with a tourdates of the fall tour1999 on the back), later I bought a couple of the same t-shirts for friends. I returned to the dressing room to say thanks to Lemmy, spent there some time more and then went to see Dio a little. His sound was not very good, and the audience was not as crazy as during the forthcoming Motorhead set. Dio played all his classics, the set list was superb, everything that a real fan wants. It was great to see Craig Goldie back, he's an exellent guitarist, I like him much more than Tracy G, Craig is a real rock star. Dio played on the Motorhead equipment, his band had only their instruments with them, and the drums, amps, etc. were Motorhead's. During the break I moved closer to the stage, and after 20 minutes IT STARTED! Crowd went crazy, I appeared in the eye of the mosh pit storm, and quickly moved a little bit far from it. The crowd was so crazy, it became understandable what for they were waiting during Dio set! It wasn't seemed that it was the last show of the tour, they were not tired at all and played unbelievable energetically, and the crowd gave it back to them, answering with applauses and wild headbanging to every song. They played nothing special, all the songs were usual, no surprises at all, but it was so driving, I could never believe it, it was easy to see that they love what they are doing every night and concert halls are second home to Motorhead. The sound was exellent, much better than Dio's, everyhting was clear and loud enough for any experienced Motorheadbanger. After some song Lemmy said: "Tallinn, you are the best audience of this tour, and if I say that you're the best audience, you ARE the fucking best audience!"The tracklist was the following: Bomber/No Class/I'm So Bad/Shoulder/Civil War/Metropolis/Born To Raise Hell/Sacrifice/Drum solo/Orgasmatron/Brazil/Iron Fist/Killed By Death/Guitar solo/Ace of Spades/Overkill. My highlights of the show were drum solo during 'Sacrifice' (it's exellent that they brought back this classic accesorie of rock concerts into their show, they never played drum solos since '95 ), 'Going To Brazil' ( I had never heard before such a storming and killing version, they played it unbelievable!).
All the best,
Artyom MHB 1916
Russia



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 11:24:08 -0800 (PST)
From: Sam - lucas1982@yahoo.com
Subject: os: it's all right?


Hey, read what said the spanish Kerrang! about Mot-rhead:

"Lemmy, who in the past was a motorist and formed part of the Hells Angels..."

Sure? In many ocasions I heard that Lemmy never rode a Harley and he have never been in the Hells Angels, I'm right?

**Ace: You are correct.

And read this other:

"Lemmy actually is having health problems because of whiskey..." sure??

**Ace: Not sure... but he does drink a lot... it's gotta catch up with you eventually, even a rock God.

And finally this other:

"Mickey Dee* (ex King Diamond) since his aparition as a substitute for Pete Gill in March or die..."
PETE GILL???????????????????????????????????????
*it's Mickey or Mikkey??? - the magazine say Mickey...

**Ace: Mikkey



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 20:24:39
From: Shane Mawe - smawe@tcd.ie
Subject: os: iron fist collectable (for sale)


Hi Ace and fellow bangers,

Due to cash shortage, I have to sell off my limited ed Iron Fist cd/cast metal fist package. Anyone who has seen this item will know how cool it is. Basically, Castle Communications put out 1000 of these and this one is in the 250s. It is a full size metal cast of the cd cover weighing at least 3 or 4 lbs. and comes with the Iron Fist cd (which fits neatly behind it). A truly love collectable item, great for any motorheadbanger still in original box If anyone is interested they can mail me bids at smawe@tcd.ie Also, postage will be from Ireland, but I can promise that the buyer will charged the exact postage rate only and not a penny more.

Keep on rockin' in 00 and belated heavy new year to all

Shane



Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 18:30:05 -0800 (PST)
From: David Plunkett - natural_d@yahoo.com
Subject: os: greetings + any cdr traders here?


Greetings everyone. I'm new to the list. Wondering if anyone here trades CDRs. I'm mostly interested in acquiring ... Motorhead. For trade I have a few Motorhead boots (Switzerland 88, Germany 92, and coming in the mail, Lemmy's 50th Bday (1995) and a boot called Titty Twister (1997), though I haven't heard these yet), plus lots of Hendrix and Coltrane, and other assorted items, mostly punk and indie. If you're interested, please contact me off list at natural_d@yahoo.com and I'll send you my complete list.

Cheers,
DP



Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 10:51 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)
From: homer@cix.co.uk (Homer)
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #84


>
> MOTORHEAD 25th ANNIVERSARY
>
> Next year will mark Motorhead's 25th year. Any ideas on what we should do to celebrate?
Yes, Motorhead should play a special 1 off gig in my back garden. Id love to see what the neightbours thought of that :-)

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



Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2000 22:49:23 EST
From: NibberyWard@cs.com
Subject: on parole


When can I get the ON PAROLE stuff on disc?


Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 16:56:24 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: tallinn story pt.3


After the show (they played for 1 hour) I returned back to the back stage and headed to the dressing room, but the security guard stopped me in the doorway and said that the band is taking bath and changing their clothes and I need to wait a little. So I decided to walk on the corridores, I saw Ronnie Dio, he talked with some journalist and he gave an interview, but when I walked nearer, he said to the journalist: "Excuse me, guy" and turned to me. I reminded him about their show in Moscow half a year ago, he said that it was one of his best concerts in a year, we talked a little bit more, after some time he remembered that he is giving the interview and the journalist is waiting, so he offered me to continue the talk after a couple of minutes. I walked further and saw some guys in the distance, when I came nearer, they appeared to be Dio's band, headed by Simon Wright, we chated a little and I invited them to Motorhead dressing room to talk over a cup of beer. They said 'O' and promiced to come in. So I returned to Motorhead dressing room, everybody was ready for party now, and alcohol began to flow. It was a special night, the last night of the tour, and all the musicians gathered together for a last time before partying ways. Dio came in first, then his whole band entered the room, roadies of the both bands were here, Manowar managers, so it became a little bit crushy, but was very fun - endless remembrances, thousands war stories, kiddings about common friends, jokes, I read somewhere that Dio and Lemmy hates each other, but I witnessed with my own eyes that it's a lie, they're a very good friends. I talked with Craig Goldie, he's an exellent guy, it was great to share a company and to chat with him over a bottle of beer, he adviced me to listen to their new album which will be out next year, he is responsible for all guitar parts. All guys bouth of Dio's and Motorhead like to tour together and say that two bands touring together are an exellent bill. I am sure that everybody will agree that those were three best concert bands in one pocket and it was a big luck to witness all of them together at one concert. Then we heard some noise behind the door and we came out to see what s going on. Those were Manowar who came right before their set to bring special souvenires to Motorhead Mikkey got a wonderful corkscrew, Lemmy got some knives, Phil-something else, it was impressing to see that ceremony, it was very touching. The bands shaked the hands, Manowar headed to the stage, and Motorhead with Dio continued to party. When I was drinking some beer from the can, Mikkey showed me some trick he took my can and pushing it with his fingers in a special way, turned it into a wonderful souvenire, he said proudly that no one can do this exept of him, I took this can with me to Moscow. Then we went out to tha corridore with Lemmy to talk, it turned to be too noisy inside the room. It was great to talk with him, he told me a lot of interesting things about the band and himself which I had never knew before. Then he invited me to aftershow party at the Hollywood club, but to his complaint, there were no places left in the bus, so I had to go by walk, but it was not far. After some time I went to see the last few songs of Manowar, and soon after that we headed to that club.
All the best,
Artyom



Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 17:31:17 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: tallinn story pt.4


When we came, we saw the writing on the door that said that the club is closed. Well, we didn t want to surrender, I had to kill the night before my bus to Russia, so we headed to the nearest bar. It was easy to see, that all the fans melted in the bars after the show, and continued to party. We had some beers, than some others, than a little bit more. And about 3:00 AM the doors opened and Mikkey came in in a company of roadies! He came immedeately to our table, I wondered why they re not in the Hollywood club, and he answered that when they came, it was closed. Oh, such shit happens also with rock stars, not only with us! He said that Lemmy and Phil headed to hotel,they were tired and wanted to sleep, and iron Mikkey was full of energy to continue the party! They took some alcohol, and sat at the table neighbour to ours, than Mikkey moved to our table, and we talked about various things, he was very interested in how the life is going in Russia, well, I told him a lot about it and I think that he was satisfied with my stories. He said that after London shows they will go to South America, he like that countries very much, cause usually there are lots of fans there. To the morning all of us became a little bit tired, so we began to say good-byes, and promiced to each other to met in a short time, Mikkey said at first: Met you in Russia! , but I said in reply that it will be more likely to met somewhere in Europe during 25th anniversary tour next summer, Mikkey understood everything immedeately and said : Well, but then you will have to save some money for a trip! , Yeah , - I said, - I will began to save some money right after I will return home and to my job! , we shaked our hands and drink one for the road, and parted - I went to the bus station, and Mikkey to the hotel. Well all I can say it was an exellent trip, and I will try to do the best one next summer!
All the best,
Artyom MHB 1916
Russia



Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 20:44:56 -0200
From: "Alpendre" alpendre@mandic.com.br
Subject: o.s.: record collector mag feature


Hello all. Have you seen the Lemmy feature in Record Collector Magazine (Jan 2000 issue)? The feature is titled MIL-LEMMY-UM, bringin' you a great interview, with the man in top-notch humor, tellin' such stories from his past tours, buses and pranes, arrestments and all. Then comes a short list of 25 Lemmy rarities from MH and before. The photos are great, too. There's even a shot of the Rocking Vickers. I reccomend it. Record Collector is a good mag, bein' you a collector or not, 'cos they know Rock 'n' Roll from all time. But of course there should be Motorhead and Hawkwind features more regularly. That's all of my voice for now, ladies and gent... Elvis has left the building. Good Night.
Ricardao Alpendre do Brasil



Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 10:31:00 +1300
From: Vit.Drga@vuw.ac.nz
Subject: re: os: #88


Hi all,

To Ola Nyberg: Bloody well done.

To anyone who missed or skipped over Ola's article in OS#88: go back and read it.

Vit



Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 15:34:21 -0800 (PST)
From: ray martin - ray75live@yahoo.com
Subject: motorheads first single???


just found a motorhead single it says on it "special 12" s13 limited edition" side 1 is motorhead side 2 is city kids its dated 1977 on chiswick lable producer is speedy keane. What i want to know is how rare is this single and is it there first single?



Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2000 02:29:00
From: Walt - microvisions@idirect.com
Subject: I Ain't No Nice Guy -March or Die album

Hi

Love your site.
I'm hoping you could assist me in locating a sound file. Preferably a midi, but any will do.

The song is called I Ain't No Nice Guy off the 1992 March or Die Album.

Any help in pointing me where to find this file would be appreciated I've spent many hours searching many sites and have come up empty handed.

Thank you in advance for any help you can give
Walt



Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 00:21:14
From: Mike Kruchen - kruchen@cybersurf.net
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #88


WELL FELLOW MOTERHEADS .DOES ANYBODY HAVE THE GOLDEN YEARS ON CD THAT THEY WOULD LIKE TO PART WITH. THAT WOULD MAKE MY COLLECTOIN COMPLETE. PLEASE REPLY.
MIKIE THEONE ARM BANDIT CALGARY CANADA
PS NO SLEEP TOLL DETOX
ROCK ON



Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 08:29:43
From: "BRICE FIQUEMO" bricefiquemo@voila.fr
Subject: overnight + see my motorhead web site


Dear M Ace Trump

Don't hesitate to take a look at my collection of MOTORHEAD autographed vinyl including bootlegs on my web site :
http://site.voila.fr/LEMMYMANIA



Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 19:50:28
From: Matthijs Withaar - M.Withaar@12move.nl
Subject: os: a reply


>Yes, ICE, you're right they are called Disgust, a little hard to come by in Canada, though, where did you get your copy??

A friend of mine has a huge collection of this obscure interesting stuff. I taped it - would have bought it if I could get my hands on it.

>I have smoked grass all my life and that hasn`t prevented me from doing anything.

Born with it? I agree with you when you say that grass isn't very harmful as a drug, but it IS a drug just like tobacco and alcohol. All drugs have their risks.

>I wanted to send good wishes to all for the new year from me here in Great Britain, but in today's politically correct world it is >difficult.
...
>comes first, and warranty is limited to replacement of this wish or issuance of a new wish at the sole discretion of the wisher.)

Man/woman, you are a genius ...

Greetings,
Ice Thijs
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Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2000 17:03:58 -0000
From: "Ian Holt" pob@holtyshouse.freeserve.co.uk
Subject: os motorhead themes


Greetings Worldwide Motorhead Lovers. Listen, does anyone know of any decent Motorhead Desktop themes ? I've found a couple which have been average and toss respectively. Surely there must be something out there where I can remind myself what a great band they are whenever I'm on my P.C.

POB



From: stuarthamilton@connectfree.co.uk
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2000 19:30:00 -0000
Subject: os: : motorhead


There's an interview with Lemmy in this months Record Collector (UK) magazine, with some nice b&w pics.

He also talks about his forthcoming rock'n'roll covers album.

.."Being fired from HW is rather like being pushed off the Empire State building for liking height.."

SAH


OS



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