Motörhead : Stay Clean
On March 24 1979, the same day AC DC began recording Highway To Hell, Motörhead released Overkill, a classic album that reveals a band that has found its sound. And that sound is thunder. Overkill peaked at #24 on the UK charts. Kerrang! magazine listed the album at #46 among the "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums of All Time".
A few years before he died Lenny Kilmister told Rolling Stone
Among the classic tracks is "Stay Clean", which is not about what you'd might think.
According to Lemmy :
Lemmy told Rolling Stone the second single from the album was eventually dedicated to Wendy O. Williams of The Plasmatics.
Wendy was a problem child. She was all over the place. It was a bit awkward all around, but we did our best. She was not easy to work with in the studio. We later dedicated “No Class” to her, ‘cause she had no class [laughs]. She was very good in bed.
Lemmy says he wanted Tina Turner to record "I'll Be Your Sister".
"..I like writing songs for women. In fact, I've written songs with women. I've been called a sexist by some factions of radical, frigid feminists (the kind who want to change the word manhole to personhole, that kind of crap), but they don't know what they're talking about.."