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It's a very common theme in rap music and it shits me, to be honest, but i was just thinking about it in "our" music. Here's one off the top of my head. Actually, it's the only one I can think of at the moment. Axl v Vince and others.

 

 

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The song that initially comes to mind for me is Slaughter's "Burnin' Bridges" which was written about former bandmate Vinnie Vincent

 

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42 minutes ago, Crazysam said:

The song that initially comes to mind for me is Slaughter's "Burnin' Bridges" which was written about former bandmate Vinnie Vincent

 

I didn't know that

How about Little White lies, Borg Sides Now and a few others from Sammy Hagar solo after VH.

I think he said they weren't about the brothers but I don't believe him :)

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2 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

How about Little White lies, Borg Sides Now and a few others from Sammy Hagar solo after VH.

I think he said they weren't about the brothers but I don't believe him :)

Yeah, several of the songs on Sammy's Marching to Mars album had themes that seemed inspired by how things went down with Eddie and Alex, especially "Little White Lies", as you mentioned

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5 hours ago, Crazysam said:

The song that initially comes to mind for me is Slaughter's "Burnin' Bridges" which was written about former bandmate Vinnie Vincent

 

I didn't know about this one either. Nice one.

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