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R.I.P Eddie Clarke
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It is beyond a joke now, but...........

R.I.P Eddie Clarke,  massive impact on my life and influence over everything I do in my band.  I really wanted you to live on since we have also lost Philthy Animal and Lemmy and you were our only link to the classic Motorhead line up.

R.I.P man very sad that you are no longer with us!   :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

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Re: R.I.P Eddie Clarke
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Aww man.....   :'(

RIP Fast Eddie.   
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Re: R.I.P Eddie Clarke
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Aaah that sucks, he was one of my fav guitar players.


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Re: R.I.P Eddie Clarke
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After Lemmy, Eddie "fast" Clarke is gone.
I hope they're now rocking the Hell f**king HARD!  :headbanger:
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