Yeah, I used to have a vinyl copy of 'Motorheadbanger special'. It came in a black cover that opened up and had silver lettering on the front and possibly had a white label. As I remember, it was a horrible quality recording of what sounded like an exciting gig. Rather like the Lemmymania boot with 'The Hellcats' on the label. The drums sounded like someone playing on a biscuit tin. Not as bad as the Bolton Technical College 1977 boot, which was barely audible but notable for Lemmy's between song patter. Back in 1982 in Shrewsbury, there was a record shop called 'Charlie's'; which was where I bought all my Motorhead vinyl including boots. I remember working like hell to buy the boots, which were incredibly expensive at £10 each back then, being excited picking them up and then incredibly disappointed at the sound quality. This was when you could get Motorhead/City Kids on Chiswick or Big beat on white, pink or blue vinyl for £1.50 each. It wasn't until Mad max 3 came out in 1983 that we got a decent quality boot - the set in Lyons with Robbo and the wonderful version of Nadine.