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- 1975-1976: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Larry Wallis / Lucas Fox

- 1976-1982 : Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / “Fast” Eddie Clarke

- 1982-1983: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / Brian “Robbo” Robertson

- 1984-1987: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / Phil “Wizzö” Campbell / Michael “Würzel” Burston / Pete Gill

- 1987-1992: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / Phil “Wizzö” Campbell / Michael “Würzel” BurstonPhil “Philthy Animal” Taylor

- 1992-1995: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / Phil “Wizzö” Campbell /Michael “Würzel” BurstonMikkey Dee

- 1995-2015: Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister / Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor / Phil “Wizzö” CampbellMikkey Dee

There are of course many forms of representation; art forms a single, highly visible example. In the wildest sense, representations are those artificial (though seemingly immutable) constructions through which we apprehend the world: conceptual representations such as images, languages, definitions; which include and construct more social representations such as race and gender. Although such constructions often depend on a material form in the real world, representations constantly are posted as natural “facts” and their misleading plentitude obscures our apprehension of reality. Our access to reality is mediated by a gauze of representation.
—  Brian Wallis, from Art after Modernism: Rethinking Representation (1984)