Lemmy was as much a collection of myths and legends as a man. In the popular imagination, he was made up of equal parts Jack Daniel’s, amphetamine sulphate, Nazi memorabilia and extreme-velocity noise. The myths and legends cloak him as surely as the black shirt, the black jeans, the custom-made boots, the cowboy hat with its “Death or Glory” insignia and the Iron Cross around his neck. In 1975 he told Sounds that Motörhead would be “the dirtiest rock’n’roll band in the world. If you moved in next door, your lawn would die.”
He was a very bad boy – my mother did not approve – and we loved him for it!
Skrip Black blended with Waterman Brown on a Bockingford 200lb Rough with extra strength bleach detailing.