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Such songs as Ace of Spades Bomber and Overkill Throughout the creation of this impressive discography the Motorhead lineup has seen many changes but Lemmy has always been firmly at the helm White Line Fever a headbanging tour of the excesses of a man being true to his music and his pleasures offers a sometimes hilarious often outrageous but always highly entertaining ride with the frontman of the loudest rock band in the world Since I was about twenty five nothing changed except I got smarter and wiser and things have an effect on you But I never thought I was any

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White Line Fever The Autobiography

To experience everything he could get his hands on And he never looked backLemmy tripped through his early career with the Rocking Vicars backstage touring with Jimi Hendrix as a member of Opal Butterflies and Hawkwind In 1975 he went on to create speed metal and form the legendary band MotorheadDuring their twenty seven year history Motorhead has released 21 albums been nominated for a Grammy and conuered the rock world with This was very offensive not sure what s worse the anti feminist vegetarianism sentiments or the astrology talk but hugely entertaining One of

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After years of notorious excess his blood would kill another human being This is the story of the heaviest drinking most oversexed speed freak in the music businessIan Fraser Kilmister was born on Christmas Eve 1945 Learning from an early age that chicks really do appreciate a guy with a guitar and inspired by the music of Elvis and Buddy Holly Lemmy uickly outgrew his local bands in Wales choosing instead to head to Manchester I ve read a whole bunch of trashy rock star autobiographies and this one stands above the rest While you do get liberal doses of drugs fuckin


10 thoughts on “White Line Fever The Autobiography

  1. says:

    I've read a whole bunch of trashy rock star autobiographies and this one stands above the rest While you do get liberal doses of drugs fucking and other rock antics what separates this one from the pack is Lemmy genuinely seems like a good guy Sure he's a bad ass and he can out drinksnort anyone but he doesn't act like he

  2. says:

    Lemmy rules This book is incredible I devoured it Read it in no time because it’s interesting as hell It’s well told I wish it were twice as long Lemmy’s story in Lemmy’s words is brilliant It’s true folklore history being passed down by oral traditionThe man has a knack for story telling and he has some fine stories to tell Of course there are tales of drugs girls clubs promoters constabulary officials recording engineers record

  3. says:

    A fun uick read for anyone interested in the music of Hawkwind or Motorhead White Line Fever is Lemmy Kilmister being as h

  4. says:

    Summary So I meet this geezer not a sissy like they are nowadays and we do a bunch of speed together while I'm shagging his bird but back to rock and roll eh The longbox CD trend was a bad idea Here are my thoughts on 911I love Lemmy I love Motorhead and I love music autobiographies but this reads like a compilation of Penthouse letters sent to Kerrang magazine

  5. says:

    This was very offensive not sure what's worse the anti feminist vegetarianism sentiments or the astrology talk but hugely entertaining One of the best autobiographies I've read It's like he's sitting across from you and just talking and joking away You don't have to be a big Motörhead fan to enjoy this one just

  6. says:

    Perhaps not the best rock bio I've read but all the same a fascinating and highly entertaining insight into the life of a legend

  7. says:

    Lemmy is smarter than you'd expect and pretty funny at times He doesn't exactly paint himself in the most positive light but he's als

  8. says:

    This is the most half assed autobiography I've ever read You get as much out of it as you would sitting around drinking with the guy And it's written just about that coherently Avoid

  9. says:

    'Since I was about twenty five nothing changed except I got smarter and wiser and things have an effect on you But I never thought I was any older really It was just a very long twenty five I can't imagine being fifty'Well there you go That tough and rock n' roll punky energy that goes on and on and never stop the louder

  10. says:

    I was left slightly disappointed by this autobiography I expected tales of on the road experiences than lemmy recounts in this bookA recurring theme was the fact that no one is able to maintain the pace for Motorhead which I can believe but gets a bit dull after several repetitionsThere are some interesting insights particularly in the way that Motorhead record and the tribulations of record contracts and labels doing the dirty on themI g

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