My first live Motorhead experience was the 4 piece with Phil and Wurzel in '84.
So, i think it'd be interesting to go back to when Robbo joined and the making of 'Another Perfect Day'. Seeing how Lem and Philthy related with him in the studio and writing process resulting in, imo, one of Motorhead's greatest albums.
Of course, i'd then go out on the road on the subsequent tour.
Catching the Lem, Eddie, Philthy line up in action would be the other.
I'm shootin' out your lights, bring you eternal night