The Alcoholic: Lemmy has admitted he's an alcoholic, claiming to have consumed a bottle of Jack Daniel's on a daily basis since the late '70s, but doesn't care because it doesn't turn him into an asshole. He's also been known to say that he can't quit drinking because "My insides are in an alcohol solution, and without it they'll die."
Axe Crazy: "Red Raw" is about a murderus invidual prowling in the night, looking for someone to kill. One verse (Monster in the gaslight, shivers in the cold, looking for a bad girl) gives an impression that the song is about Jack the Ripper.
Heartbroken Badass: In his autobiography White Line Fever, Lemmy reveals that his first love was a young black girl he met when he was a teenager living in England. She was killed in a hate crime. To this day she remains the only woman he's ever loved.
Determinator: "Stand" from March or Die encourages the listener to be one, because "if you stand then you deserve it all".
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Distaff Counterpart: Girlschool were marketed this way by Bronze Records when they had both bands on their repertoire.
Do Not Do This Cool Thing: Although Lemmy is quite open about his vices (smoking, alcohol, drugs, groupies) and hard-partying lifestyle, he does not encourage others to follow his example because he's seen too many of his friends die from living the way he lives.
Drugs Are Bad: "Lost Johnny" from Motörhead and On Parole but (which was originally on Hawkwind's Hall of the Mountain Grill).
Eat the Rich: The song "Eat the Rich" was written as the title track for the Brit Com film of the same name about eating the rich and also featured Lemmy in a supporting role. However, the song's lyrics are actually a thinly veiled reference to a certain sex act.
Epic Rocking: "Just 'cos You Got the Power" (from Eat the Rich single and Rock 'n' Roll reissue) and the extended version of "Overkill" from various compilations go over seven minutes, which are a rare occurrence for Three Chords and the Truth-specific band like Motörhead.
Insistent Terminology: Lemmy used to claim they just play Rock 'n roll. NEVER tell him otherwise. According to a quote of his, it's because at the time 'heavy metal was too slow and boring' and the band were inspired by rock and roll bands. These days he seems to be more at peace with the heavy metal label, and in his autobiography White Line Fever he actually refers to Motorhead as heavy metal several times.
Many (TOO many) songs, but specially "Killed By Death".
The band's cover of Cat Scratch Fever, which if anything is even more sexual than the original.
Jailbait: Not only does the band have a song titled "Jailbait", but Lemmy mentions in his autobiography having sex with a groupie who was only sixteen years old. Incidentally this is perfectly legal in the UK.
Kavorka Man: Lemmy is not privileged in looks, and yet slept with over 2,000 women. It probably helps that he actually respects women; he takes offense if anyone claims they can't play rock as well as men.
Lighter and Softer: "I Got Mine" (still heavy but more melodic than usual), "Whorehouse Blues" (acoustic blues)
Long Runner Line Up: Type 2. Kind of a bizarre example. While most people assume the band is basically Lemmy plus two other guys, drummer Mickey Dee has been in the band since 1992 and guitarist Phil Campbell has been in the band 27 years (which makes him by far the longest remaining bandmember not counting Lemmy). But while the current lineup has been together for 1992 the lineup is technically only 16 years old as until 1995 they had a 4th guitar player who was in the band for 11 years.
Loudness War: Motorhead has been called "the loudest band in the world", and has been clocked in excess of 140 decibels, a sound level roughly equivalent to that of a jet engine or the Space Shuttle.
Made of Iron: Lemmy himself. He's in his mid-60s and he drinks at least one bottle of Jack Daniel's every day (and has for the last 35 years), he loathes vegetables and lives on a diet of mostly meat and cheese, he's been a smoker since he was 11 years old, and he also does copious amounts of drugs (mainly speed). Despite all this his liver, lungs, and kidneys are fine and he maintains a touring schedule that would exhaust men half his age.
Dented Iron: His old age and bad habits are starting to catch up with him: he has Type 2 diabetes and had to get a pacemaker in 2013, after his irregular heartbeat forced him to cancel shows. In October 2013, he admitted to quitting smoking and drinking.
NameTron: Orgasmatron, both the album and the song on it.
Name's the Same: "Killed by Death" single has two different tracks named "Under the Knife".
Off on a Technicality: In 1975, Canadian police arrested Lemmy at the Detroit/Windsor border crossing on suspicion of cocaine possession. As it turned out, what he was actually carrying was meth, which was not illegal in Canada at the time, and he was released without charge (though his brief incarceration lead to his being fired from Hawkwind).
Older Than They Look: Lemmy is 67 years old but still looks pretty damn good, appearing to be in his mid-40's to early 50's. This is amazing considering the fact that he's been an alcoholic and smoker for so many years; he's blessed considering that what he's been doing has been proven to make people look older than they are.
Lemmy likes to joke that he drinks so much that his body is being preserved in an alcohol solution, which is why he doesn't look as old as he is.
Politically Incorrect Hero: Lemmy is a collector of Nazi memorabilia, and has a very large collection. This has led some pundits to accuse him of being a Nazi sympathizer, but Lemmy has denied this. He actually considers himself an anarchist who is "anti-fascism, communism, any extreme" and claims that "government causes more problems than it solves", and he collects Nazi memorabilia because they had the coolest-looking stuff.
Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll: Lemmy has slept with more than 2,000 women, he's notorious for his love of speed and booze and hes been kicking ass around the world with Motorhead for 35 years and counting.
Take That: Lemmy says each verse of Orgasmatron represents one of man's substitutions for orgasms: Religion, Government and War. All three verses are from the perspective of the man in charge of each and none paint a pretty picture.