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Motörhead to Release Air Supply Tribute EP

Pic by Tim Shockley

Pic by Tim Shockley

Lemmy Kilmister, after some recent health scares, is back on his feet and eager to be what we wanted. The spokesperson of the legendary British heavy metal band recently announced that the band will soon be releasing an EP of cover songs by the popular late ‘70s/early ‘80s wimp rock duo Air Supply. Lemmy, “I know I’m not gonna fucking live forever now. It’s time for me to pay tribute to some of my unsung heroes. Jesus, it’s 10:00 a.m. Where is my whiskey bottle?”

Lemmy went on to note how misunderstood Motörhead has been. “People think of us only as a one dimensional metal band. That’s an insult to me. We have done a number of ballads that have been directly influenced by Graham Russell and that other guy – the cute, pudgy short bastard. Have you heard ‘Love Me Forever’ or ‘1916’ or ‘I Ain’t No Nice Guy’? You can’t dance to those tunes. There’s absolutely no Bee Gees influence on anything that we’ve done. I wrote them all after listening to The Best of Air Supply: I’m Less of a Man Than You Are. My moles get drenched in salty tears whenever I hear those beautiful voices. ‘I’m all out of love, I’m so lost without you.’ So simple, yet so fucking real.”

When asked what he’s learned from studying Air Supply’s powerful songwriting style, Lemmy chocked up. “I’ve evolved into a caring, loving person from listening to these blokes. It’s changed my life. I know just how to whisper and I know just how to cry. I know just where to find the answers and I know just how to lie.”

The legendary Kilmister completed our interview with some advice to the lovelorn, “Look, you can be stone deaf forever or you can get laid. I wish more women got warm down under to ‘Bomber’ than ‘Even the Nights Are Better,’ but that’s not reality. Buy this record. It’s cheaper than a date and a movie and you’ll have a better chance of using that Viagra pill.” Look for Lemmy and the boys to drop the Lost in Love EP by Labor Day.

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