By Adam Lovinus
By Lilledeshan Bose
By Gabriel San Roman
By Rachel Mattice
By Stephanie Zacharek
By Daniel Kohn
By Nate Jackson
By Mike Seeley
1995: The Horribly Embarrassing and Traumatic Underwear Incident! (It was horrible and traumatic!)
1999: Motörhead release their first live album in 10 years, Everything Louder Than Everyone Else (their third in their quarter-century of existence). Recorded in Hamburg, Germany, it features band- and fan-favorite songs from the band's extensive catalogue, played the way the songs sound best: live and loud.
1999: Alison has been out of college for two years now and toys with the idea of getting a job. Instead, she gets a straightening iron.
2000: Their new studio album, We Are Motörhead, is a strong statement about the band's musical style and shows their commitment not to change anything about their music to fit any one particular trend or passing fancy. The band will tour the States during the summer of 2000 to promote the new album.
2000: On certain days, Alison straightens her hair. On others, she wears it curly. If there's a lot of humidity in the air, she usually opts for curly because of the anticipated frizziness.Motörhead play with Nashville Pussy, Fu Manchu and Speedealer at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, 3503 S. Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana, (714) 957-0600. Tues., 8 p.m. $27.50.