Motorhead Celebrates Lemmy’s Birthday With Unreleased 1998 Concert Video
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Motörhead released a never-before-heard audio footage of the song “Bomber” last December 24 to celebrate the 76th birthday of the late Motörhead legend, Lemmy Kilmister.
The concert was held at the University of East Anglia in Norwich in October 1998. Lemmy, drummer Mickey Dee, and guitarist Phil Campbell were among the lineup for the event.
Lemmy died last 2015 from multiple complications. He was best know as the bassist and the founder of the band.
The video was enclosed with a caption. “To celebrate Lemmy’s birthday, we’re very pleased to share with you the next in the The Löst Tapes Series. This previously unreleased concert from Norwich UEA was recorded on the Snake Bite Love tour in 1998 and they’re on venomous form! Crank it up hospital loud and raise a toast!”
Apart from the video, Motörhead also released a collection called Everything Louder Forever – The Very Best of, remembered by many as “the definitive collection of their loudest songs ever and the first to span their entire career.”