We wanted to spend some more time in the early 2000s era of Motorhead before we moved on to the later stage of the decade so we found this documentary.
This is a quick upload, a rare unedited episode, because yeah, we have shit going on in o
The 2006 album Kiss of Death may be a modern classic, or a throw back, depending on your point of view. Join us *and Matts dog* as well look what may well be the start of the end of Motorheads Modern era.*apologies for sound quality, Matts dog
We are recording in lockdown so the audio is not as clean as it is on other episodes but we are back to albums. Hammered is a sentimental favourtie and an album that is a big part of the bands second big run.
at some point Phil Taylor and Eddie Clarke got drunk in a recording studio and made up some lyrics to some classic Christmas carols. It is a bad album that is hard to find any information on and there is language on there that should not be use
Larry Willis who died in September 2019 was the first guitar palyer of Motorhead. Though his work witht he band was not released till after they had broken through with a different sound, it stands as an interesting note on what could have been
Okay so this might be a bit of stretch but I think this movie is worth talking about. Airheads is, as we cover in the episode, part of a now extinct tradition of rock and roll movies and a time capsule that captures the hight of commercial meta