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Back in 2010, Lemmy Kilmister was still going strong for an aging veteran rocker. While Motörhead was quiet on the tour front that year, the iconic bassist with lungs full of gravel did offer up the band's 20th studio album The Wörld Is Yours and make an unfuckwithable appearance with guitarist Slash and drummer Dave Grohl for a rumbling rendition of "Ace of Spades" at that year's Revolver Golden God Awards.
Fast, furious but also fun, the performance saw the three rock icons clearly having a blast, and after the cut's sing-along breakdown ("You know I'm born to lose/But gamblin's for fools/That's the way I like it, baby/I don't want to live forever") Kilmister even takes artistic license and pokes fun at himself with a little ad-libbed line: "That's right, baby/But apparently I am." Grohl bashes away at with his signature precision at whirlwind speed, and Slash shows off his virtuosic chops with a soulful solo mid-song that challenges the blurred perfection of the original.
Sadly, of course, Lemmy was killed by death just a few short years later on December 28th, 2015, but luckily for posterity, clips like this remind us of the gift we had in the late mutton-chopped hero.