The Game and the rock icon, part two
In part two of the latest Superstar to Superstar, featuring WWE Champion Triple H and Mot"rhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister, The Game and the rock icon continue their conversation about the band's 24th record release, Mot"rizer, which is in stores worldwide now. The track "Rock Out" is the official theme song of WWE's Unforgiven, which airs live on pay-per-view this Sunday at 8/7 CT.
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Triple H: For our next pay-per-view, Unforgiven, we're going to use "Rock Out," the No. 4 track off Mot"rizer.
Lemmy: Yeah, that's great. Thanks.
Triple H: Hey, Jericho and I were talking yesterday, too, about this -- what's the Mojo Icon Award you recently won?
Lemmy: It's a magazine in England, Mojo. It's kind of like Rolling Stone.
Triple H: Oh, all right.
Lemmy: A bit better than Rolling Stone. It covers a lot of music, but it's mostly old music. The Icon or Hero Award it was or something.
Triple H: That's cool. So the tour's going well, then? Everybody's good? Mikkey's good?
Lemmy: Yeah, everybody's good.
Triple H: Phil sent me a picture of himself the other day. It was him and Dio, and Phil was wearing a pink tutu, with full make up on and everything.
Lemmy: I know, yeah. Very strange.
Triple H: He sent me that picture and I sent him a text back that said, "Man, that Dio, can can still pull some a**, can't he?" (laughs)
Triple H: Yeah, he still gets some weird a**. So everything else is good for you?
Lemmy: Yeah, I'm fine so far, you know. All you've got is so far, so good, isn't it?
Triple H: Yeah, exactly. Well you're at home or you're out on the road, doing what you do. So that's good.
Lemmy: Yeah, well, this is my home now.
Triple H: Exactly. Jericho was telling me he went to the Rainbow the other night and they have a big banner up with your face on it now. It says, "The home of Lemmy."
Lemmy: Yeah, apparently, yeah. (laughs)
Triple H: (laughs) Have they bronzed your seat in the corner yet?
Lemmy: They haven't bronzed it yet. I was thinking of trying to get them to make me a special one -- solid gold with jewels all over it.
Triple H: The big throne in the corner, right?
Lemmy: Like the pope, you know?
Triple H: We'll get you a pope hat and everything.
Triple H: Do you have anything else you want to say about the new album, Mot"rizer?
Lemmy: Just go out and buy two copies, you won't be sorry. It's a good album, you know.
Triple H: It's very good. I like Kiss of Death a lot, too. I thought that was a hell of an album.
Lemmy: I like Kiss of Death. I think this is just as good.
Triple H: I do, too. I think it's great. I think "Rock Out" is a really good song, too. They sent me the disc and asked me which songs I liked for Unforgiven. They were thinking about using "Heroes," and I said it was a good song…
Lemmy: It's too slow.
Triple H: It's too slow for what we want it for. You want something that has some kick to it. I think that's "Rock Out."
Lemmy: Yeah, you want power.
Triple H: "Rock Out" is the song to go with.
Lemmy: Yeah, really.
Triple H: It's good. I look forward to seeing you at the Roseland show in New York City on the 20th and we've got to get you back out to one of our shows soon.
Lemmy: Yeah, it's about time, yeah.
Triple H: We'll see if we can get that done.
Lemmy: Why don't we talk about it when I see you?
Triple H: All right, Lem. Have a hell of a show, man.
Lemmy: Yeah, I love you, man.
Triple H: Love you, too, man. Take care.
Lemmy: See you soon.
Triple H: All right, bye-bye.