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Old 08-11-2013, 01:04 PM
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Between Dimebag's death and the fact that Vinnie Paul and the lead singer hate each other, I think you can fully rule out them getting back together in any capacity.
Pretty much this and they should not reunite. It would be wrong.
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Old 08-21-2013, 11:59 PM
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Would've been Dime's birthday yesterday...sad times to not have someone as talented as Dime be around anymore because of some total lunatic...for f*ck's sake....
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I remember first reading it in Kerrang or Metal Hammer around the time "Vulgar" came out and it was in an interview with either Dimebag or Vinne Paul. Can't say 100% sure if it was either of them that mentioned it in the interview or if the journalist just chucked it in as part of the article. Apparently the track he is on is "In Over My Head". It came out in 1984. I also remember reading a few reviews of the album over the years saying David Bryan was on it...tried to google it just then and couldn't see anything other than him being rumoured to have appeared.

I do have the CD, but it was a re-release that doubled up their "Metal Magic" release with "Projects", and the only album credits on the CD is for the Metal Magic album.

So...I am pretty sure but don't have the definitive proof for ya, Mr Son
Yup - when I tried googling it, all there was was rumours. I still think it'd be quite strange to have David Bryan play on the record of some random band from Texas back in 1984. I'd think it would have been more likely in 1985 or 1986... but who knows. Will keep an eye open, see whether there's something behind it.

Same with Without Love...if there was a chance, they should've given it to them . Worst song on Slippery by a mile...
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Dimebag Darrell is my favorite guitarist of all time. I go back and forth between The Great Southern Trendkill and Far Byeond Driven for which is my favorite Pantera album, just as I go back and forth between War Nerve and Shedding Skin for which is my favorite Pantera song.
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