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The Song Remains Not The Same
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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Entertainment One Music
Catalog Number: EOM-CD-2363
Zakk Wylde Vocals, Guitars, Piano|
Nick Catanese Guitars
John DeServio Bass, Backing Vocals
Will Hunt Drums
|1. ||Overlord Unplugged version ||5:06|
|2. ||Parade of the Dead Unplugged version ||3:55|
|3. ||Riders of the Damned Unplugged version ||3:46|
|4. ||Darkest Days Unplugged version ||4:05|
|5. ||Junior's Eyes ||5:26|| ||Cover: Black Sabbath|
|6. ||Helpless ||4:36|| ||Cover: Neil Young|
|7. ||Bridge over Troubled Water ||3:42|| ||Cover: Simon and Garfunkel|
|8. ||Can't Find My Way Home ||3:38|| ||Cover: Blind Faith|
|9. ||Darkest Days featuring John Rich ||4:04|
|10. ||The First NoŽl ||2:54|
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|Total Running Time:|| 41:12|
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||Date: December 13, 2021 at 21:37|
|We know Zakk the guitar god, we forget that he's also a great pianist. Blind Faith cover is pretty cool. He struggles a bit with the Simon & Garfunkel tune.
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