Monday, February 14, 2011

Episode 25--Lemmy, Robyn, and Valentine

Good evening, my lovely deviants!

This week, I dig up the dirt on LEMMY--the new documentary about Lemmy Kilmister, the voice of MOTORHEAD! He's an icon of heavy metal, a living legend, and THE ultimate rock star. Lemmy has survive, and thrived, in an industry that leaves behind a body count. Lemmy pays tribute to a rock pioneer by turning on the camera, and presenting the man himself--warts and all. The result is time well spent with the real deal.

I also discuss Jonathan Demme's concert film Store Front Hitchcock. From 1997, this film showcases British rocker and songwriter, Robyn Hitchcock. A true musician, story teller, and songwriter--Hitchcock is one of the all-time great cult music heroes. 

Also, I read an original piece that I wrote just for Valentine's Day. The text of which can be read at

I think you'll like it. I call it, A True Personal Ad Found Online

The music featured in this week's episode is...
Vibrator--by Motorhead, from their debut album
Damage Case--also by Motorhead, from the OVERKILL album
Creeped Out--by Robyn Hitchcock, from his album Spooked.

I also mourn the loss of Gary Moore--the legendary guitarist from Thin Lizzy (see this week's videos).

Always, you can listen to the Eldritch goodness here, or download me from

This Week's Videos
Gary Moore's Over the Hills and Far Away

Marvel Zombies dance to Thriller...sort of. (Check out Stan Lee's awesome voiceover!)

Motorhead's I Ain't No Nice Guy! (unplugged)

We are also soliciting donations for my friend, Leda Locke. She is battling cancer, and so we pass the hat around to help her out. You can donate via paypal at:

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