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Former Motorhead Guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke Remembers Lemmy (Top Story)


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On Tuesday Former Motorhead Guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke Remembers Lemmy was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Former Motorhead guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke says "the world seems like a really empty place" now his former leader Lemmy has died. The rock icon passed away on Monday.

Clarke was a member of the band from 1976 until 1982. Along with drummer Philthy 'Animal' Taylor - who died last month - he was part of the classic-era lineup. They appeared on five albums together: their 1977 self-titled debut, 1979's Overkill and Bomber, 1980's Ace Of Spades and 1982's Iron Fist.

Clarke says: "I have just been told that Lemmy has passed away in LA. Like Phil, he was like a brother to me. I am devastated. We did so much together, the three of us. The world seems a really empty place right now. I am having trouble finding the words... He will live on in our hearts. RIP Lemmy!" See his full post and photo - here.

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