White Line Fever: Lemmy: The Autobiography

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Simon and Schuster, 2012 M06 8 - 304 páginas
Lemmy’s name was synonymous with notorious excess. His blood would have killed another human being. This is the up-to-date story of the heaviest drinking, oversexed speedfreak in the music business who tragically passed away earlier this year.
  Lemmy had quickly outgrown his local bands in Wales, and tripped through his early career with the Rocking Vicars, backstage touring with Jimi Hendrix, and his time with Hawkwind. In 1975 he went on to create speedmetal and form the legendary band Motörhead.
  Motörhead stand firm as conquerors of the rock world, their history spanning an insurrectionary forty years. While the Motörhead line-up saw many changes, Lemmy was always the soul of the machine. In the words of drummer Mikkey Dee, ‘Lemmy was Motörhead.’
  White Line Fever has been completely updated post Lemmy’s untimely death in 2016, and offers all Motörhead fans who loved his music a sometimes hilarious, often outrageous, highly entertaining ride with the frontman of (what was) the loudest rock band in history.
  A truly epic finale, and tribute, to Lemmy from those who loved him best.
 

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Foreword
Prologue
Capricorn
Fast and Loose
Jailbait
Metropolis
Speedfreak
Built for Speed
Back at the Funny Farm
Dont Let Em Grind Ya Down
Angel City
We Are Motörhead
Brave New World
Epilogue
The Final Successful Years
Index

Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers
Keep Us on the Road
List of Illustrations
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Born Ian Fraser Kilmister in Stoke-on-Trent in 1945, Lemmy formed Motorhead in 1975. Fronting the band through the highs and lows of superstardom, Lemmy has recorded twenty albums with Motorhead who remain at the top of their profession after twenty-seven years.

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