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And this track was a crucial reason why both metalheads and punks alike immediately fell under their swell. Just one man and his machine, riding forever into the sunset.
The ultimate relationship. As an almost world weary Lemmy raises his the spectre of lost dreams, yet never loses touch with the idealism of the underlying emotion.
A song like this makes clear exactly what he meant. This tucks right down into that Chuck Berry groove, being so simple that anyone seemingly can play it.
But no-one did this sort of thing better. But underlying the sentiment is perhaps something a little closer to home, as Lemmy warns of those sinister individuals in positions of power who will mislead you into torment.
A couple of years earlier, Motörhead did a charity show under the pseudonym Iron Fist And The Hordes From Hell, from which this title was taken.
From 26 March to 3 April , the band toured Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark on their "Easter Metal Blast" and in June, played two dates in Bologna and Milan in Italy.
The court case with Bronze was finally settled in the band's favour. The band's management instigated their own label, GWR. On the same day as the release of the album, Lemmy and Würzel were interviewed by Andy Kershaw on the BBC Radio 1 Saturday Live show and "Orgasmatron" and "Deaf Forever" were played.
The single reached No. On 16 August, the band played at the Monsters of Rock at Castle Donington and was recorded by BBC Radio 1 for a future Friday Rock Show broadcast.
The performance closed with a flypast by a couple of Second World War German aircraft. Also that day Lemmy was filmed giving his views on spoof metal act "Bad News" for inclusion in a Peter Richardson Comic Strip film entitled "More Bad News" since the band featuring Rik Mayall , Peter Richardson, Nigel Planer and Adrian Edmondson were also performing at Donington.
In September the band conducted their "Orgasmatron" tour in Great Britain, supported by fledgling act Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction.
In October they toured America and in December were in Germany. In , during the filming of Eat the Rich — in which Lemmy was taking a starring role alongside well-known comedy actors such as Robbie Coltrane , Kathy Burke , the regulars from The Comic Strip ensemble, and various other musician cameo appearances  — Gill left the band and Taylor returned to appear in the band's cameo as "In House Club Band" alongside Würzel and Campbell.
The band wrote " Eat the Rich " especially for the film, its soundtrack featured tracks from Orgasmatron and Würzel's solo single "Bess".
The band's second album for GWR was Rock 'n' Roll , released on 5 September, after a tight work schedule in the studio. While having some popular tracks and using "Eat the Rich" as its second track, the band commented that the album was virtually "nailed together".
On 2 July Motörhead were one of the performers at the Giants of Rock Festival in Hämeenlinna , Finland. The tracks were released as No Sleep at All on 15 October.
A single from the album was planned with the band wanting "Traitor" as the A-side, but " Ace of Spades " was chosen instead.
When the band noticed the change, they refused to allow the single to be distributed to the shops, and it was withdrawn and became available only on the "No Sleep at All" tour and through the Motörheadbangers fan club.
While they continued to play live shows during and , Motörhead once again felt unhappy with their career, and a court case with GWR followed, which was not resolved until mid In the studio they recorded four songs with producer Ed Stasium , before deciding he had to go.
When Lemmy listened to one of the mixes of "Going to Brazil", he asked for him to turn up four tracks, and on doing so heard claves and tambourines that Stasium had added without their knowledge.
Stasium was fired and Peter Solley was hired as producer. The story according to Stasium was that Lemmy's drug and alcohol intake had far exceeded the limitations of Stasium's patience so he quit.
The single, which was issued in 7", cassette, shaped picture disc , 12" and CD single, reached No. The band conducted their "It Serves You Right" tour of Britain in February, the "Lights Out Over Europe" tour followed, lasting until early April, when the band returned to Britain to play another six venues.
In June the band played five dates in Japan and five dates in Australia and New Zealand. Between July and August, they played across the United States with Judas Priest , Alice Cooper , Metal Church and opener Dangerous Toys on the "Operation Rock 'n' Roll" tour.
The band finished the year with six dates in Germany during December. On 28 March , the band played what would turn out to be Taylor's last engagement at Irvine Meadows, Irvine, California.
Three drummers participated in the making of the March ör Die album: Phil Taylor, who was fired because he did not learn the drum tracks on the song "I Ain't No Nice Guy"; Tommy Aldridge who recorded most of the material on the album; and Mikkey Dee , who recorded " Hellraiser ", a song originally written by Lemmy for Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears album.
March ör Die features guest appearances by Ozzy Osbourne and Slash. Lemmy had known Mikkey Dee from the time when King Diamond had toured with Motörhead.
He had asked Dee to become Motörhead's drummer before, but Dee had declined due to his commitment to King Diamond. On this occasion, Dee was available and met the band to try out.
Playing the song "Hellraiser" first, Lemmy thought "he was very good immediately. It was obvious that it was going to work. The new line-up then went on tour, playing dates with Ozzy Osbourne, Skew Siskin and Exodus.
On 27 September, the band played at the Los Angeles Coliseum with Metallica and Guns N' Roses. The band toured Argentina and Brazil during October and conducted the "Bombers and Eagles in '92" tour of Europe with Saxon throughout December.
Motörhead played two dates at the Arena Obras Sanitarias in Buenos Aires in April and toured Europe from early June until early July, returning to the United States to play one show at the New York Ritz on 14 August.
The single " Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me " included the song " Born to Raise Hell ", which also appeared on the album and would later be re-recorded with collaborative vocals from both Ice-T and Ugly Kid Joe frontman Whitfield Crane for the soundtrack of the movie Airheads in which Lemmy also made a cameo appearance and released as a single in its own right.
Although Bastards received airtime, the record company ZYX Music would not pay for promotional copies, so the band sent out copies themselves.
In February and March , Motörhead toured the United States with Black Sabbath and Morbid Angel. In April the band resumed their tour of the States until early May, playing an engagement with the Ramones on 14 May at the Estadio Velez in Buenos Aires,  attracting a crowd of 50, people.
The band's touring schedule began in Europe in late April. In June, they went on a second tour with Black Sabbath, this time supported by Tiamat , until the band succumbed to influenza and headed back to Los Angeles and Cherokee Studios in Hollywood where they were to record an album.
During the sessions it became clear that Würzel was not extending himself and left the band after the recording. The band decided to continue as a three-man line-up and a tour of Europe was performed throughout October and the first two days of November.
A three-day tour of South America followed the week after. Lemmy celebrated his 50th Birthday later that year with the band at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles; Metallica played at the event under the name "The Lemmy's".
In , the band began touring the States in early January and played 30 venues up to 15 February; a seven-date tour of Europe in June and July was followed by two engagements in South America during August.
The album was released on 15 October, the first official album of the band as a three-piece since Another Perfect Day and the best distributed album the band had had for years.
During , the band toured extensively, beginning with the first leg of the Overnight Sensation tour in Europe on 12 January at the London Astoria , where the guest musicians were Todd Campbell, Phil Campbell's son, on "Ace of Spades" and "Fast" Eddie Clarke for "Overkill".
The European leg lasted until March and was followed by four dates in Japan, from late May to 1 June, and an American tour with W. In August, three dates in Europe were followed by seven dates in Britain, which ended with a show at the Brixton Academy on 25 October, where the guest musician was Paul Inder, Lemmy's son, for "Ace of Spades".
A further four dates in October in Russia concluded the year Lemmy recalled that the touring was going particularly well, with some countries like Argentina and Japan putting the band in larger venues, and the English promoters discovered that "they could turn a nice profit with Motörhead shows".
In his opinion, the three-piece line-up was performing excellently and it was high time they made another live record.
The band joined with Judas Priest at the Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre on 3 April, to begin their "Snake Bite Love" tour.
On 21 May, Motörhead were recorded at The Docks in Hamburg. The tracks from this performance were later released as Everything Louder Than Everyone Else.
The band were invited to join the Ozzfest Tour and played dates across the States during early July until early August and were in Europe from early October until late November.
The British leg of the tour was dubbed the "No Speak With Forked Tongue" tour and included support bands Groop Dogdrill , Radiator and Psycho Squad, which was fronted by Phil Campbell's son Todd.
In Motörhead made a tour of the states between 20 April and 2 June, before going to Karo Studios in Brackel , Germany to record their next album, We Are Motörhead , which was released in May the following year.
During the time the album sessions took place, the band played at venues around Europe, the first of which was at Fila Forum in Assago , near Milan , where Metallica's James Hetfield joined the band on-stage to play "Overkill".
In October and early November, the band toured the states with Nashville Pussy. Throughout the rest of November, the band conducted their European "Monsters of the Millennium" tour with Manowar , Dio and Lion's Share, ending the Millennium with two shows at the London Astoria.
The two shows were billed under the Kerrang! Alice from Skew Siskin for "Born to Raise Hell", and Ace from Skunk Anansie played "Overkill" with the band.
In May , the release of We Are Motörhead and the single from it, a cover of the Sex Pistol's " God Save the Queen ", coincided with the start of the band's "We Are Motörhead" tour across South and North America during May and June, with a further nine shows across in Europe in July.
Shows in the United States and France were followed by the release of a double-disc compilation album, The Best Of , on 26 August.
Four dates in Japan preceded the band's 25th anniversary concert on 22 October at the Brixton Academy in London, where guest appearances were made by "Fast" Eddie Clarke, Brian May , Doro Pesch , Whitfield Crane , Ace, Paul Inder and Todd Campbell.
The show also featured the return of the Bomber lighting rig. I nodded off through the 10th anniversary, we never did anything on the 20th, so the 25th made sense.
A tour of West and East Europe followed the anniversary concert, taking the band through October, November and December. After taking a month off, the band began working on a new album at Chuck Reid's house in the Hollywood Hills.
This album, Hammered , was released the following year. On 1 April , the band gave a one-song performance for Triple H 's entrance at WrestleMania X-Seven at the Reliant Astrodome in Houston.
The second leg of the "We Are Motörhead" tour began in May in Ireland, moving across to the United Kingdom. In Manchester, the band were supported by Goldblade , and by Pure Rubbish at the two London shows.
The second London show also included Backyard Babies and Paul Inder, who was guest musician for "Killed By Death". The band returned to the States for a seven show tour between late September and early October.
In April , a DVD of some of Motörhead's performances from the s and s along with some stock footage of the band was released as The Best of Motörhead.
Two weeks earlier, the Hammered album was released and supported by the "Hammered" tour, which kicked off in the States at around the same time.
The United States dates continued until late May, and a European leg followed between June and August. In October, the band played five dates in Great Britain with Anthrax , Skew Siskin and Psycho Squad.
The final venue was the Wembley Arena in London, where instead of Psycho Squad, the band were supported by Hawkwind, with Lemmy performing "Silver Machine" on stage with them.
Throughout the rest of October and better part of November, the band were on a European tour with Anthrax. In April and May , the band continued to promote the Hammered album in the States, and on the three dates Phil Campbell had to miss, his mother having died, Todd Youth stood in for him.
Between late May and mid-July the band played seven dates at Summer Festivals in Europe and from late-July until the end of August, they were touring the United States with Iron Maiden and Dio.
On 7 October a comprehensive five-disc collection of the band's recordings covering — was released as Stone Deaf Forever! On 1 September , the band returned to Hollywood's Whisky A Go-Go club for the Hollywood Rock Walk of Fame Induction.
During October, the band performed a tour of Great Britain with The Wildhearts and Young Heart Attack.
The band performed seven shows across Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain between 21 and 28 October and from late November until early December they were in Germany and Switzerland, touring with Skew Siskin and Mustasch.
On 9 December, the previously recorded Live at Brixton Academy album was released. Motörhead performed an invitation-only concert at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden , London on 22 February ; at Summer Festivals in South America during May; and in Europe during June, July and August.
They had already spent time in the studio, working on Inferno , which was released on 22 June and followed by the "Inferno" tour of Ireland with Class of Zero for three dates.
Joined by Sepultura , the tour hit Great Britain. Würzel guested on "Overkill". The band continued the tour with Sepultura across Europe through the rest of November and December.
At the show in Magdeburg , Germany on 4 December Motörhead joined Sepultura on stage during their support slot playing the song "Orgasmatron", in celebration of Sepultura's 20th Anniversary.
The show on 7 December at the Philipshalle in Düsseldorf was recorded and later released as the Stage Fright DVD.
Motörhead picked up their first Grammy in the awards of in the Best Metal Performance category for their cover of Metallica 's " Whiplash " on Metallic Attack: The Ultimate Tribute.
If they gave us a Grammy for one of our albums or songs, it would mean something. From March until early May , the band toured the United States, and in June and August were on the "30th Anniversary" tour in Europe.
In October, the band toured Europe with Mondo Generator before returning to Britain to tour with In Flames and Girlschool in October and November.
During the show at the Brixton Academy on 19 November, Lemmy joined Girlschool on stage to play "Please Don't Touch". Motörhead finished the year's tours in December, with two engagements in New Zealand and five in Australia with Mötley Crüe.
In , the band performed a four-date House of Blues tour in the States in March with Meldrum and from June until early August played at European open-air festivals with some indoor headlining shows.
On 28 October, the band performed at The Rock Freakers Ball in Kansas City before heading off to tour Great Britain with Clutch and Crucified Barbara.
During that tour, Kiss of Death was released on 29 August via Sanctuary Records , with a video for "Be My Baby". The tour ended on 25 November at the Brixton Academy, where Phil Campbell played on "Killed By Death" during Crucified Barbara's support set.
Twelve shows in Europe with Meldrum took them through the end of November to early December, the first two shows also featuring Skew Siskin.
In November, the band agreed to a sponsorship deal with the Greenbank B unders football team from North Hykeham , Lincoln , putting the band's name as well as War-Pig on the team's shirts; the unders run out to "Ace of Spades".
Lemmy is old friends with Gary Weight, the team's manager; Weight "sent an email off to them and they came back and said it was a great idea" and hopes the deal will draw inspired performances from his team.
On 26 February , No Sleep 'til Hammersmith was reissued again as a two disc CD. From March through to June , the band convened in Los Angeles with producer Cameron Webb to begin work on their 19th album Motörizer.
Mikkey Dee's drum tracks were recorded at Dave Grohl 's studio. Motörizer was released on 26 August. It does not feature artwork by Joe Petagno, the artist who designed many of their classic covers.
In June the band performed on the main stage of the Download festival. On 20 August the band played at the Roseland Ballroom , New York, as part of "The Volcom Tour ", which continued with The Misfits , Airbourne , Valient Thorr and Year Long Disaster at House of Blues , Anaheim, California on 2 September, playing a further thirteen dates.
The band concluded the tour without the supporting bands, playing one more show at the Roseland Ballroom on 20 September, and the final engagement, at The Stone Pony , Asbury Park , New Jersey on 21 September.
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