Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!
Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10" Check videos. center label misprints!

Motorhead GirlSchool: St. Valentines day massacre 10″ Check videos. center label misprints!

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SIDE 1
1 – PLEASE DON’T TOUCH

SIDE 2
1 – EMERGENCY
2- Bomber

ISSUED IN 1981 ON BRONZE

CAT NO BRONX116

1. Please Don’t Touch (Johnny Kidd and the Pirates cover)
2. Emergency (Girlschool cover) por Motorhead con Denise en la bateri­a (performed by Motorhead with Denis from Girlschool on drums)
3. Bomber (Motorhead cover) por Girlschool (performed by Girlschool)

Label: Bronze ‎– BROX 116
Format: Vinyl, 10″, 45 RPM
Country: UK
Released: 1981
Genre: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Tracklist:
A     –Motörhead / Girlschool     Please Don’t Touch  2:48
    Bass – Enid*, Lemmy / Drums – Denise / Lead Guitar – Eddie*, Kelly* / Rhythm Guitar – Kim*/ Vocals – Kelly*, Lemmy

Written-By – Heath*, Robinson*
   
B1     –Motörhead & Denise Dufort     Emergency     3:03
    Backing Vocals – Lemmy/ Bass – Lemmy/ Drums – Denise*/ Guitar – Eddie*/ Vocals – Eddie*

Written-By – Dufort*, Williams*, Johnson*, McAuliffe*

B2     –Girlschool     Bomber  3:30
    Musician – Denise*, Enid*, Kelly*, Kim*

Written-By – Clarke*, Kilmister*, Taylor*

    Record Company – Bronze Records Ltd.
    Distributed By – Polydor
    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bronze Records Ltd.
    Pressed By – Orlake Records
    Published By – Multimood Music Ltd.
    Published By – Acton Green Music Ltd.
    Published By – Motor Music Ltd.
    Produced At – Jackson Studios
    Recorded At – Jackson Studios
    Mastered At – The Sound Clinic

    Mastered By – Jonz*
    Other [Insults & Inspiration] – Philthy Animal
    Producer – Vic Maile

Produced at Jacksons Xmas 1980.
Recorded at Jackson’s Studios, Rickmansworth.

Track B1 misprinted as “Bomber” on the center label and track B2 as “Emergency”.

Publishers: “Please Don’t Touch”, Multimood Music Ltd; “Emergency”, Acton Green Music Ltd; “Bomber”, Motor Music Ltd.

Available from Polydor
℗ 1981 Original sound recording made by Bronze Records Ltd.
 

    Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): BROX-116+A JoNZ OR
    Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): BROX+116+B OR Sound Clinic

Contains the very catchy cover “”Please do not touch”” (the original by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates) also Motorhead classic “”Bomber”” interpreted by the girls in Girlschool and the Girlschool classic “”Emergency”” is interpreted by the guys in Motorhead. Poor Girlschool drummer Denise Dufort has been busy behind the drums when Lemmy and Fast Eddie, who sings on “”Emergency”” raise the tempo! Motorhead drummer “”Philty Animal”” was drunk (cracked his neck) and could not play drums on this single. So if you look really closely at the cover artwork, you’ll see that he has headrests! 

Charted in June 1959 in the UK & peaked at # 25
Johnny Kidd ( born Frederick Heath 23 December 1935 died 7 October 1966) was an British singer and songwriter . He was a pre-Beatles British rock and roller who achieved worldwide fame and wrote his own songs unlike many artists of the time. Please Dont Touch was his first hit single.
Kidd’s most famous song as a songwriter was Shakin’ All Over, a #1 UK hit for Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in 1960. Kidd’s own version didn’t chart outside of Europe, but The Guess Who`s 1965 version topped the Canadian charts and was also a #22 US hit and in Australia Normie Rowe topped the charts with his version in 1965. It was also famously covered by The Who on the Live at Leeds album.
Sadly Johnny Kidd died aged only 30 in 1966 in a car accident . RIP