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Rumored Faith No More reunion

Discussion in 'Anthrax' started by LouieFatterson, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. LouieFatterson

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    Arg_Hamster Not quite done yet...

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    Hmmm. I was sceptical when I first heard the eumor of a Carcass reunion but they kicked ass. Farmer Boys have reunited (and maybe it´s for longer than a couple of shows). It would be cool to see FNM back.
     
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    Thats a reunion I could endorse:headbang:
     
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    Wonder if this would involve Jim Martin??? Is it meant to be The Real Thing / Angel Dust line-up?
     
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    I think that Patton hates Jim Martin
     
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    They all did. Patton was just the most vocal one. Puffy and Jim never liked eachother even back in the EZ Street-days.
     
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    GregadetH ENCYCLOPEDIA SLAYTANICA

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    I love FNM but they never sounded right to me after they split with Jim. Something was off. If they reunite, more power to 'em. If Big Jim's in the mix, all the better.
     
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    Yes. Gould have hinted before that if they do something like a tour again Jim might make a guest appearance. I´m a fan of his work and skills as a guitarist. Maybe ít´s because I think they peaked with Angel Dust and King For A Day... was a letdown.

    I belive the problem with Jim wasn´t that everybody hated him. Sure, they were open about the band conflicts but they all got a taste of it. The problem with Jim was the same as with Joey in Thrax. Jims contributions dropped and the rest of the band became frustrated with his lack of vision and quality material.

    I could sit ananalyze this til Satan comes and grabs me so for now I´ll leave it and see what happens.

    Who else could play guitar? Hudson, Menta, Spruance... Bowen? Maybe they will reunite with Chuck or Cortney? That would be müch trüer.
     
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    DumbAss Supreme Ruler of the Sofa

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    If this happens I may need to reconsider everything I thought I knew about the Universe.
     
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    Jono Hail Satan!

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    not spruance...i hope.... he's needed elsewhere
     
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    aliasp Old School since '86

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    IF this does happen... if it really does ... then THANK YOU INDEED!!!! The one band I must see live. I don't care who's on guitar ... for me FNM was more Roddy, Billy, Bordin & Patton anyway.
     
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    One of my biggest regrets was skipping out on their last show in Milwaukee. I thought "Album of the Year" was a great album. More so, they had Limp Bizkit as
    their opening act, who were touring behind, "Three Dollar Y'all$," which was also a very good album.
     
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    Most bands did not sound right in the mid to late 90s that were from the 80s,I think they were moving ahead with the times,which would of happened with or without JIM imho.
     

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