(Gibson) In a new interview, Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister discussed a variety of topics from living in L.A. to his current reading fare, which curiously includes a certain willy, nilly, silly old bear.

"I'm reading the report about the Dresden bombing," the bass-playing anti-hero told LA Weekly. "It's a good one, the new one. And uh, what else am I reading? I'm reading Winnie-the-Pooh for the first time. It wasn't written for kids, believe me. I mean the TV show, the Disney show, is (expletive) atrocious. It's an abomination. The book is fantastic, it's so sarcastic."

In addition to maintaining a diverse reading list, Lemmy has also been keeping tabs on the young bands in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles. "There's a lot of good bands around. I don't always remember who they are. There's one called the Sex Slaves from up in North L.A., they're really good. Um, who else? I dunno man, I see a lot of bands. There's a lot of good bands around." more on this story

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