Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Jan 11, 2018.
He was the last surviving member of Motorhead's best-known lineup. I saw them loads of times.
and so 2018 begins RIP
RIP Fast Eddie.
Not my area of expertise but him joining the band ushered in the era that put them on the map where they stayed for 40 years. Even non-metal types can appreciate the danger wallop of Overkill and Ace Of Spades.
RIP. Fast Eddie.
they can have a proper reunion now
the Overkill era - No Class, Stay Clean, Overkill obvs - still my favourite ever Motorhead stuff - & I always liked that he came from round my way in Twickenham
All the classic members and of course the founder are gone then. RIP Motörhead, finally.
Awww, RIP Fast Eddie
RIP Fast Eddie. This is the shit:
this has to be one of his finest moments - never understood why this wasn't on the album
RIP Fast Eddie \m/
Ah fuck RIP
Only just read this. I wasn't really a fan of Motorhead but enjoyed the energy of some of their music. RIP Fast Eddy.
Such a shame and coincidence that Philthy, Lemmy and Eddie all died around a year apart.
Saw them in Belfast in about 1982 and they were great. 30 years later I thought Mrs SFM needed to see them at least once so we saw them in Leeds. Glad I did given the events of the last couple of years
RIP Eddie, thats the band all gone.
And they've left here for good now. RIP Fast Eddie.
Just been watching some footage of them from Toronto, 1982. Amazing sound.
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