The Young Ones was always surrealist and absurd but one of the very most surreal and absurd moments was when Motorhead showed up to play Ace of Spades, the title track to one of the mostly acclaimed of the 22 studio albums they released in their 40 year span. Motorhead’s high-velocity, balls-to-the-wall, over-amped, blaring guitars were the precursor to the new wave British metal that emerged from the punk rock scene of the 1970s.