DVDRip | AVI | 608 x 336 | XviD @ cd1 - 1429 Kbps; cd2 - 1837 Kbps | 111 min | 1,44 Gb
Audio: English MP3 @ 128 Kbps | Subs (idx/sub): Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian
Genre: Documentary, Music
Ian Fraiser Kilmister, better known to the world as Lemmy Kilmister, is arguably the single most indefatigable character in the history of rock & roll. Born in 1945, Lemmy played in a handful of small-time British acts before joining the pioneering "space rock" band Hawkwind in 1971, and sang lead on their best known song, "Silver Machine." But it was when Lemmy formed Motorhead in 1975 that he took his first steps towards becoming a living legend. Motorhead played heavy metal faster and louder than anyone dared in the mid-70s, and their relentless aural assault, fueled by Lemmy's bruising staccato bass lines and howling leather-lunged vocals, ushered in a new era of metal and was a key influence on Metallica, Anthrax, Slayer and literally hundreds of other bands in heavy metal and punk.