Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister Had Beatlemania

(Gibson) "The Beatles were my boys," Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister told Billboard magazine. "Everybody in England was either the [Rolling] Stones or The Beatles. I was the Beatles... I was always very impressed by 'You Can't Do That.' When I heard it, I thought it was a soul group. It didn't sound like white boys."

Promoting the new album Walk the Walk...Talk the Talk, by his other band The Head Cat (the one that that includes Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom and guitarist Danny Harvey), Lemmy mentioned an upcoming solo album.

He said the record could be out in 2012 and will feature guest slots from the likes of Dave Grohl, Joan Jett, The Reverend Horton Heat and The Damned. more on this story

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