This article is worth seeking out. Excellent writing; probably the best article I've ever seen about Lemmy, with a great two page photo on the opener. It's a long article. The writer totally gives Lemmy his due as a musical giant; admits he's not very impressed with Lemmy's Nazi gear collection but is fair enough to quote Lemmy's assistant: "I'm Jewish and this doesn't bother me". Some people might not like the writer offering his opinions on Lemmy's lifestyle (he seems to think Lemmy's life is a little sad, with no real relationships) but Lemmy gets his full due as an artist.
The "vampire" in the title is just a reference to how Lemmy never seems to age (though I think that part of the legend is a little overstated)
thanks for the "review" , sounds like it's worth looking for the mag then - i wasn't too sure about it and in the meantime it's a bit difficult to get single-issues in my area since the little foreign-press-shop here is owned by a new company...
Recorded live at Open Air Gampel, Wallis, Switzerland, August 12, 2002
Tracklisting: 01 We Are Motörhead 02 No Class 03 Bomber 04 Civil War 05 Damage Case 06 Love For Sale 07 God Save The Queen 08 Brave New World 09 Metropolis 10 Nothing Up Sleeve 11 Dr. Rock 12 R.A.M.O.N.E.S. 13 Shoot You In The Back 14 Sacrifice
Loc: Lincolnshire, England
Gregor mate, thats a good bootleg. Its proshot with good sound (Eeven if it isn't the whole show), well worth the bit of cash. Oh and Jake Brown's new book "In The Studio: Motorhead" has been released early, and it is official as it was written with Lemmy himself.