Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee discussed Lemmy being upset with Motorhead’s treatment in a new RRBG podcast interview.
The interviewer asked, “Motorhead was very involved with the WWE. I know Lemmy was close with Triple H and did a song for him. How much involvement was there for you in that whole thing? Were you there writing music for Triple H?”
“Yeah, I was. When you talk about Motorhead, you talk about three people, not just Lemmy. Lem was furious about that himself. He really hated being singled out. Motorhead is a band and we’ve been writing music, me and [guitarist] Phil Campbell have been writing 12 records together musically, and of course, Lemmy writing melodies, lyrics, and of course, music too.
By the end of each session, whatever we did, was pretty much equal – three people writing things together. And that’s why it came so strong, and that’s why we’ve become such unity, the unique band. A lot of people might think that, but I think over all the years that we played we’ve managed to bang into people that definitely we were a band. And it was the same way with WWE.” Ultimate-Guitar transcribed his comments from the new podcast interview.