Issue #92 - March 3, 2000

OS: Album and Tour
OS: Motorhead T-Shirts
Re: Overnight Sensation Issue #91
OS: Re: Lemmys boots
OS: Topshop shirts
os: motorhead t-shirts in a girlie shop
OS: Re: Album etc
OS: The T shirt mystery & Bruces comments in issue 91
OS: tablature
OS: Motrhead tabs ...
OS: A.N.I.M.A.L.
OS: Re-acquainted with old memorabilia
RE: Overnight Sensation Issue #91
OS : House of Blues Webcast
OS: Black Leather Jacket Track
OS: Ace of Spades Dance Remix
OS: No Sleep At All Mystery
OS: Ozzy Osbourne Tribute
os: OZZFEST 2000
OS: Fast Eddie Is Back!
OS: Bitz
OS: Lemmy in Hustler's Jailbabes
OS: Fallen Comrade
OS: Possible Motorhead Cover Tunes
OS: Ace of Spades dance remix
OS: belt buckle
OS: Grammy
OS: MOTORHEAD tributes
OS: Some questions
OS: On Parole
OS: Bootleg T-Shirts
OS: Motorhead BBC sessions
OS: New Releases


Date: March 3, 2000
From: acetrump@bigfoot.com
Subject: os: album and tour

Greetings Fellow Motorheadbangers!!

First off, sorry for no newsletter for the past few weeks. I have be so incredibly busy it is not even funny. But, it is all in a good cause which I will tell you all about in the next week or two.

Second, I got the latest on the album and subsequent tour. The album is scheduled to be released May 16th. A North American tour that is shaping up to include Canadian dates as well will take place in late May and most of June.

Also got this from Sony (for those of you that did not already know...)


This year's Grammy voters chose to honor the legendary UK metal band Motvrhead with a nomination in the Best Metal Performance category for the track, "Enter Sandman," a cover of the Metallica classic which appeared on the album ECW Extreme Music (Slab/CMC International Records).

As it turns out, the actual recording of "Enter Sandman" features lead vocals by Motvrhead's Lemmy with instrumental backing by the Orange County, California, punk/rock band Zebrahead. Scheduling conflicts had made it impossible for all the members of Motvrhead to gather at the recording studio, so Zebrahead (which, like Motvrhead, are managed by Singerman Entertainment) were invited to handle the instrumental portion of the track.

The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) is now crediting the nomination as Motvrhead with Zebrahead. Which means that Zebrahead have officially earned a Grammy nomination.

The other nominees for Best Metal Performance are Black Sabbath ("Iron Man"), Ministry ("Bad Blood"), Nine Inch Nails ("Starf***ers, Inc."), and Rob Zombie ("Superbeast").

Meanwhile, the members of Zebrahead are getting ready to release the follow-up to the group's debut album Waste Of Mind. The new Zebrahead album, as yet untitled, is due out in June 2000.

That is about it for now...

Ace Trump
ICQ: 6055706

Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 17:29:57
From: "Tayva G. Martinez" tayvagm@cybertrails.com

RE: Ace of Spades Dance Remix, by Ryan.

The Dance Remix of Ace of Spades, on the All The Aces/Muggers Tape double set made me cringe. Don't get me wrong, Motorhead is, indeed, the most fucking rockingest band out there, but a dance remix? Please. Take that garbage elsewhere.
- tayvagm@cybertrails.com
"What is not open in the streets is false, derived, that is to say, literature." --Henry Miller

Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 17:34:06
From: "Tayva G. Martinez" tayvagm@cybertrails.com
Subject: motorhead t-shirts

I really, really want to score on some Motorhead shirts. However, I am not too sure on where to find any. Does anyone know of a reputable online dealer who carries these?
- tayvagm@cybertrails.com

Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 20:47:30
From: "Richard A. Safran" rsafran@telerama.com
Subject: re: overnight sensation issue #91


Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 19:05:44 PST
From: "Stuart Fleming" stuartfleming@hotmail.com
Subject: re: lemmys boots

Hi everyone,
Just read in last OS about lemmy getting his boot from ken market. I was in London a year ago and went to that shop. I had my motorhead tshirt on and the salesguy instantly started telling me about how they made the boots lemmy wears on stage. I didnt really believe him as the guys who work in those leather shops tend to make used car salesmen look easy going. Just intersting to hear that he was telling me the truth, maybe i should be a bit less cynical from now on. Well thats enough crap from me, cant wait to hear that new album.

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 08:56:25 -0000
From: "Peter Golding" peter.golding@virgin.net
Subject: os: topshop shirts

Saw these and went straight in the store to check em out. If they are 'bootlegs' how come they're top qaulity 'Redwood' shirts as sold on tour??
Perhaps the guys merchandise company are ripping them off??
Yes, thats libellous, so fuckin sue me!!

Pete G

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 02:57:06 -0800 (PST)
From: Pyscho Lemmy - lemmy2001@yahoo.com
Subject: os: motorhead t-shirts in a girlie shop

when going through a local shop after being fucking dragged in by my mother(I am only 15)I was disgraced to see some girl who liked steps buying a motorhead t-shirt I was disgraced I hated being in there I felt sick to see a symbol of my children a forthcoming craze I felt like twating who ever orthorised this. as if this wasn't bad enough I looked through MTV too see that Mel C from the spice girls was wearing one what is going on this is the last straw some ones gotta hang for this.

Phil Primmer aka Lemmy

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 04:46:42 PST
From: "Tom Marshall" dwarfer41@hotmail.com
Subject: re: album etc


I was wondering if anyone knew anything about a Motorhead box set spanning their entire carreer?? I read about it in this months metal hammer and it also said that they are releasing the album in April/May, are gonna do a tour, Todd Campbell's band Phyco Squad are gonna be on the tribute album as well. Also Lemmy's film is gonna be out, but not at the film festival and it's gonna last 80 min.
Lemmy also said in the sutdio report that there gonna do a Rolling Stones cover and that the albums gonna be called either "Out To Lunch" or "We are Motorhead".

Hope that saisfies you

Ace: I have also heard all of the above. Looks like Metalhammer has got it right.

Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 09:42:16
From: "Fuller, Ian" ian.fuller@gecm.com
Subject: the t shirt mystery & bruces comments in issue 91

Dear Ace, Bruce et al.

My instant reaction was to agree that we ought to log on to the Top Shop web site and give them hell, however thinking about it :-

The more agro they get the more likely they are to pull the design. They pull the design and royalties are a non issue.

IF There is a copyright protection on either the logo or the band name then the Motorhead management company / lawyers should be on the case. (I am sure Ace would know who to call and mention this to ???)

If there is a legal case, let the lawyers deal with it, they are the evil buggers on $$$$$ per second. If there is no legal case and no legal copyright then all we would accomplish would be for the store to remove the T shirts. Which would be counter productive in the long run

The ultimate objective for all of us band included is to make Motorhead as successful as possible, the free advertising that this gives them is worth a fortune. If we assume a possible sale of 20000 shirts (on the conservative side) then assume that out of that another 1000 people either come to the shows or buy a CD or two and the benefits are clear.

lets see what the Motorhead management / lawyers say, then take it from there.


Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 05:19:54
From: "Roadrash" dfenske@dtgnet.com
Subject: os: tablature

Vesa Karppinen,
I sure could use, and would greatly appreciate some of that bass tab. Any you could forward me or any sites you could recommend where it can be found would be great. Thanks.
My E-mail is at roadrash@netscape.net

Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 15:35:02
From: "Shaman" shaman.clandunord@wanadoo.fr
Subject: os: motrhead tabs ...

The old "No sleep 'til Detox" website got a lot of tabs ... there you could find almost everything Motrhead did, including rare version.

Now that it's over, most of the tabs have been transfered to : http://www.redstart.demon.co.uk/

Sadly, there aren't any drum tabs. No matter, for Mickey is constantly improving them : just listen to "The Chase" 1980's version, and the one played in Hamburg on "Everything ..." ... He really rules.


Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 12:26:00 -0300
From: "Jose M. Villar" josemv@cvtci.com.ar
Subject: os: a.n.i.m.a.l.

Regarding Alain Poncelets question, the name of the CD is "Usa toda tu fuerza", which is the spanish for "Use all your power", but I would discourage all of your from buying it, apart from the track with Lemmy (which is AWESOME !!) the rest of the CD is crappy. I have that track on .wav format, if anyone of you mortal souls could give me suggestion on how to post it on the net for you to download it, I d do it happily (maybe click2send, but I do not have cablemodem nor DSL). Its size is 31 Mb uncoded.


From: MCCARNA@uk.ibm.com
Subject: os: beeerdrinkers and hellraisers

Hello.Who was the original performer of "Beerdrinkers and hellraisers?".Also,i know that motorhead made in the first times an ep with the same title.Which songs were in it? Thanks

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 15:43:40 +0300
From: MCCARNA@uk.ibm.com
Subject: os: black leather jacket track

Hello to everybody!

>From: "Ian Jamison" ian@halberdier.freeserve.co.uk
> >Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 18:18:28 -0000

>I once saw a programme called "Black Leather Jacket" (no prizes for
>guessing the subject matter); with (very brief) appearances by Lemmy
>and Wurzel, lots of Motorhead on the soundtrack, and one track by
>"Lemmy and the Upsetters" (I think); very old fashioned and non-
>motorhead Rock and Roll called "Black Leather Jacket"; "Got a piano,
>and a sax to back it, here to rock and roll in my black leather
>Jacket". Has this ever been released on vinyl or disc; does anyone

As far as I know, this track was released on a couple of bootlegs: " 20 Years of Motorhead, 50 Years Of Lemmy" (1996 Damage Case 2 CD, Japan) "1975-1995 Black Leather Jacket" (special 20th Anniversary edition digipack, cat. #DR 1096) I don't know who originally wrote this song, maybe Elvis or something like that, but I also heard Stray Cats' version of that song. By the way, "20/50 Years" CD also features 'Good Golly Miss Molly' by 'Don't Forget Your Toothbrush' project featuring Lemmy. Does anyone know who played with Lemmy on this song?

(To Terry Roberts: hello, I'm listening this digi, thanks!)

All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB 1916
Moscow Russia

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 15:45:23 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: os: aos dance remix

Hello again!

>Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2000 16:28:47 -0800
>From: Ryan Randall - busylife@earthlink.net
>Subject: os: ace of spades dance remix

>Hello all. I recently bought the double cd of "All The Aces" and
>"The Muggers Tapes" and absolutely cracked up over the dance remix
>version of Ace of Spades! This may quite possibly be the only song
>that I would willingly dance to. If any of you have heard it, please
>let me know your opinion.
>Regards, Ryan

Yes,you're right, this version shoots to death. As far as I know, Lemmy wasn't very happy with this remix, cause it was made without his permission, they didn't even asked him! But nevertheless, the track turned out to be an exellent remix, and it reached some respectful position in the charts, somewhere between 50 and 60, so Unkle Lem & guys were ought to play on Top Of The Pops for a 101 time with Ace Of Spades! By the way, 'Overkill' dance remix also exists, does anyone have this version?

All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB 1916
Moscow Russia

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 15:47:12 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: os: no sleep at all mystery


>From: "John A. Norris" jn1@zdnetonebox.com
> >Subject: os: no sleep at all bonus tracks mix-up

>Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 02:55:44 -0800

>Ahoy all Motorheadbangers!

>Here's a mystery I just discovered concerning the remastered version
>of No Sleep At All, which contains live versions of Stay Clean
>and >Metropolis tacked onto the end as bonus tracks. The recording of
>Stay Clean does appear to be from the same Finland gig as the main
>album itself [really, the only clue is that Lemmy says "Its much too
>hot in this freezing country" after the song ends].However, the live
>version of Metropolis which appears on this cd is not from this
>Finland gig at all, but was taken from the Live At Brixton recording
>from the same tour. Does anyone care to speculate on why, if
>Metropolis was played as part of the set in Finland, that version
>was not used as the bonus track on this album?
>Also, can anyone verify whether or not the included recording of
>Stay Clean is really from the same Finland concert as the rest of
>the album?

>War for war - a sabre in every fist!
>-John "The Watcher"

As far as I know, "No Sleep At All" is a pain in the ass for all maniac collectors. When it was issued on CD for the first time on now defunkt Enigma Records (cat. # 7 75409-2) it had 'Stay Clean' and 'Metropolis' in the same running order they were played on that concert in Finland - tracks #2 & #4. This edition had no booklet. Later in 1992 "No Sleep At All" was reissued on CD by Castle (cat. # CLACD 285), 'Stay Clean' and 'Metropolis' disappeared from the track list, but this edition has a booklet with lyrics and pics. When it was reissued as a remastered CD by Castle in 1996, those idiots put long suffering 'Stay Clean' and 'Metropolis' onto the end of CD, while originally they were played at the begining of the set!But the real masterpiece of such idiotism is a Korean "No Sleep At All" LP - thanks God it features 'Stay Clean' and 'Metropolis', but Korean censors take off 'Dr. Rock', 'Eat The Rich' and 'Built For Speed' from the album! The reasons of that are known only by themselves, but my version is that they were drunk when they decided which tracks to take off, 'cause ' Just Cause You've Got The Power' is much more 'dangerous' to society than simple rock'n'roll hymn 'Dr. Rock', Their hands were shaking because of the amount of whiskey they drank on that day, so they crossed out 'Dr. Rock' instead of 'Power'.I am not sure if 'Metropolis' version was taken from 'Brixton' CD, maybe it was, but I read somewhere that in 1988 Motorhead wanted to issue a Brixton recording as a live album, but they decided to issue the Finnish recording, 'cause it was of the better quality.That "mystery" with those two tracks was created by the idiots from the recording companies, and now we have to look for all this editions and to spend five times more money. But that's our destiny, ha-ha!

All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB 1916
Moscow Russia

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 18:44:18 -0000
From: stuarthamilton@connectfree.co.uk
Subject: os: ozzy osbourne tribute

The forthcoming OZZY OSBOURNE tribute album will actually have a few surprises and doesn't seem half-bad. Singer Lisa Loeb and her boyfriend Dweezil Zappa will offer their take on "Goodbye to Romance". The tribute will also include Jack Blades, Bobby Blotzer, Reb Beach and Jeff Pilson providing their unique take of "I Don't Know" as well as Motorhead's Lemmy offering up "Desire". Vince Neil will cover "Paranoid".

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 20:22:42
From: silvia - silviag@ctv.es
Subject: os: ozzfest 2000

Do you want Motrhead at the Ozzfest 2000? Vote for them:

YOUR OZZFEST!: Those who wish to see improvement over previous OzzFest lineups can vote for acts for this Summer's tour. Fans are invited to list the top give acts they'd like to see support Osbourne on the 2000 bill in an e-mail to Ozzy@artistdirect.com. The final lineup will be announced in March, with PANTERA expected to make the list.

Silvixxx, The Queen of Spades

Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2000 12:59:34 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: os: fast eddie is back!

I read somewhere that Cleopatra will issue a ZZ Top tribute, and it will feature Fast Eddie!!! Eddie's back, last time I heard something about him was two or three years when he recorded guitar parts for Necropolis album. ZZ Top tribute will feature all the old British fighters- Steve Grimmett, Paul DiAnno, Lee Hart, Paul Samson, Neil Murray and Eddie's Brother Steve Clarke on drums. As far as I remember, most part of this company Recorded True Brits CDs.

All the best for everybody,
Artyom MHB 1916
Moscow Russia

Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2000 22:18:20
From: Sarmad Sheikh - sarmadsheikh@compuserve.com
Subject: os: bitz

Apologies for the delay in completing my forthcoming Astoria article, with the photos and Real Video footage from the gigs. I've received so many emails regarding this. So much has been happening both at work and at home, and now I'm off abroad for most of the next few weeks (on business and then on vacation) which has only slowed things down even more. The article is being produced, very slowly I'm afraid, but it's shaping up pretty well and I'm sure the wait will be worth it! You will all especially apreciate the Real Video clips when their unleashed. Both bands Motorhead and Skew Siskin allowed me to film their shows for my web-page.

Take care,

Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 00:47:30
From: "Simeon Slaveykov" simeon2@home.com
Subject: os: lemmy in hustler's jailbabes

Hello friends,

Recently Lemmy appeared in Larry Flynt's Jailbabes. If anyone hasn't seen the photoshoot, I have uploaded a zip file in the 'Picture Archive' section of my site, which is about 1 MB and has all the pictures in it. I would spread them around the site, but I didn't want to get kicked out of Geocities. The text part of the article can be found in the History section.

Also recently I made a few improvements to my Motorhead Web Site and I hope you like it. http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Towers/1628

Until next time,

Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 20:59:37
From: "Casey Hendley" cdhendley@cfl.rr.com
Subject: os: fallen comrade

I hate to have to do this, but I must report that my best friend, and THE biggest Motrhead fan I've ever seen, Matt A. Vanderjagt has passed away. He was involved in a motorcycle accident about 1 a.m. February 18th, 2000.

He didn't know ever single detail about ever album or every band member. But his pure love for the music of Motrhead and Lemmy's musical and philosophical genius was unparalleled as far I'm concerned...

Mattie lived fast, and died young, but to his family and friends he was a wonderful part of our life. He will be sorely missed but he lives on forever in our hearts and minds, and in the music of Motrhead...

You know we're going to lose, and gambling is for fools, but that's the way Matt liked it, baby, he didn't want to live forever!!

Keep rocking, brothers, and if you can find time, say a little prayer for Matt...

Matthew A. "Mattie" Vanderjagt
9th, 1968 - Feb. 18, 2000

Rest in Peace, brother.

-=Casey Hendley=-
Melbourne, Florida

Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 14:34:56
From: "Steven Mathena" jagdpanther1@angelfire.com
Subject: os: possible motorhead cover tunes

Organization: Angelfire (http://email.angelfire.com:80)

Hey, Ace! Just thought I'd share some cover tunes that would be just about right for the band to do.

1. Hippy Hippy Shake--The Early Beatles version
2. I like it like that(the name of the place) by the Dave Clark Five
3. Frankenstein--Edgar Winter
4. Tube Snake Boogie--ZZ Top

That's all I got for the moment--I tried to pick songs that I could actually hear the guys doing, and these aren't too far off. I was also wondering if Lemmy was ever going to do a movie in which he had a larger part--he deserves more than what he got in "Eat the Rich," "Hardware", and "Airheads." I got a couple ideas, but don't know where to send 'em. And these are the kind of movies that would scare the crap out of Hollyweird--Heavy Metal Action Movies. Almost forgot--Lemmy was also in "Tromeo and Juliet."

- jagdpanther1@angelfire.com

Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 09:15:09
From: Mark_Twissell@mrn.co.uk
Subject: os: ace of spades dance remix

Hi Ace
This is the first time I've posted to OS as I was interested in the contribution from Ryan Randall in OS #91 concerning the dance remix . My mates couldn't believe their ears when I first played it but the kids think it's great (they also like the real version as played on the previews of Xena the Warrior Princess)! The version I have is on CD single - a Castle Communications compilation from 1983 (CD WGAF 101) with the following tracks:
It was also available at the time on 12" (12 WGAF 101), Cassette (MC WGAF 101) and picture disc (PD WGAF 101)
Keep up the good work on OS Ace, it's a great read and really appreciated.

Mark T

Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 07:38:20 -0800
From: Ryan - rtaylor1@cgocable.net
Subject: belt buckle


Any chance you would know where I could pick up a Motorhead Emblem belt buckle??

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 14:36:50 +0300
From: "Artyom Golew" artyom1916@mail.ru
Subject: os: grammy


Motorhead lost in Grammy lottery once again, but I'm sure Lemmy don't care, 'cause the complete Grammy thing became the masterpiece of stupidity - Metallica won Grammy for a cover (but for a good cover, I can say), Motorhead niminates also for a cover, and loses to Black Sabbath, who won Grammy for their 30 years old song! I have nothing else to say!

All the best,
Artyom MHB1916
Moscow Russia

Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 01:01:33
From: BBigJBoy@aol.com
Subject: motorhead tributes: from bbigjboy@ aol.com

Excuse me, Ace? You mentioned MOTORHEAD not having a decent tribute: Were you unaware of the Victory Records release called "Built For Speed?" It's one of two recent tribute cd's to Lemmy & the Boys: It features a smoking rendition of "Ace of Spades." (There's also one with a purple cover, but it's not nearly as good.) ---Been a Motorheadbanger since just before Philthy Taylor left the band (the first time). Eat the Rich! --Michael

P.S. I was aware of it... I didn't care for it.

Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2000 04:26:00 PST
From: "Patrik Friberg" lemmy_rules@hotmail.com
Subject: some questions

Hi Ace!
Good job with the website and the OS issue!

I will engrave a zippo lighter with the classic Motrhead England logo (I think its going to be really cool, something for the
Motrheadshop!) but I dont have any good pictures of the warpig. I would be very happy if you can send some to me (if you have).

Then I have to ask you some questions about the book (White Line Fever); When will it hit the stores? Will it be sold in Sweeden? If not, how can i get a copy? Will it be translated?
The last thing I want to know is the following. I am writing a special work in school abuot Motrhead and i want to copy some tracks on a CD. Is it against the law to do so? Can I get any license?
Thats all! Sorry for my english! Patrik Friberg, Sweeden.

Ace: Check the site. I do not know. No. Yes. I do not know... I guess it is possible but costs $$$.

Date: Thu, Mar 02 2000 03:10:20
From: mung@planetarymotion.net
Subject: os: bastards!

Hello everyone!

My name is Rob and I live here in the bowels of Orange County California. I have been looking for a copy of BASTARDS for about a year now, and I needta hear it..... Also, I have a live MOTORHEAD lip sync video for sale. It's called the best of Motorhead, and it's manufactured by VIDEOARTS in Japan, 1991. 14 songs. Let me know if you are interested.

Smell toenails,

Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2000 21:27:36
From: alain poncelet - poncelet.alain@skynet.be
Subject: OS: On Parole

hi everybody,

I just found an issue of the "On Parole" album I've never seen before: white cover with black snaggletooth; the nine original songs + four alternate takes : On Parole, City Kids, Motrhead, Leaving Here.
-> Motrhead "On Parloe": EMI 1997, 7243 8 54794 2 7

Another interesting double-cd is the "Best of Wacken Open-Air" which celebrates the 10 years of this big german Metal Festival. 34 songs of 34 bands with Savatage, Blind Guardian, Metal Church, Saxon, Mercyful Fate, Twisted Sister, Raven, Overkill, D.A.D., Rage, Pretty Maids, Anvil, Doro, Virgin Steel, Hammerfall.... and of course Motrhead's Bomber (live).
-> Best Of Wacken Open-Air "10 Years Louder Than Hell": Steamhammer 1999, SPV 087-21452 CD


Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 08:25:46
From: Lemmy51@aol.com
Subject: bootleg t-shirts

Ace you have bootlegger in your backyard in Vancoouver. They are selling T-shirts,Sweatshirts and anything else they can think of to Motorheads name on. Buyers beware the shirts will probably fall apart after the first washing.

Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 08:58:06
From: Chris MacDermott - cmacdermott@book.com
Subject: os: motorhead bbc sessions

Did Motorhead ever do any BBC sessions? If so, when & does anyone have a copy. Also, do any live recordings exist of The Doomed (Lemmy with the Damned)?

Chris MacDermott
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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 12:56:54 -0800
From: Tim Shockley - ellentim@megsinet.net
Subject: os: new releases

I picked up a few Motor-items of interest recently. The first is a green vinyl re-issue of the Overkill album. It's darker than the original green version, but still way cool! I don't have the catalog # in front of me, but I can tell you I got it for $25.00 from http://www.musicmachine.comhttp://www.musicmachine.com The 2nd item is the cd Swing Cats - A Special Tribute To Elvis (Cleopatra). Lemmy sings on three tracks, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Trying To Get To You", & "Stuck On You", & plays acoustic guitar on the last two. My jury's out on this one. It sounds a little "tired". Much better was Lemmy & The Upsetters' "Blue Suede Shoes" from years ago! Also, I saw an advance advert for the cd "Lemmy & Friends". The title escapes me but it was another tribute to Elvis and/or 50's music. It'll be out March 23. Apparently, the cover has Lemmy wearing a silver suit!
Be very afraid!

Tim Shockley MHB672(H)


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