I liked this film, although felt almost sorry for him, he just seems pretty lonely playing his fruit machines in these shitty, soulless aftershow areas. Lemmy certainly comes across as the thoughtful kind of guy that he is. He's actually a truly old-school sort of gentleman - you'll be hard pressed to find anyone who has a bad word to say about him.
I love his disarming honesty and wicked humour and truly no fucks are given!
Musically Motörhead are almost never less than incredible - their latest album is one of their best. Live they are fucking amazing - seeing them live in 2011 was one of the most joyous, euphoric and punishingly loud things you can imagine. One of the more intimidating looking sold-out crowds perhaps yet there was so much love in the room.
True fact: Lemmy's favourite ever album? Back in the USA by the MC5.
What albums did you buy Alan?
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