Billy Sheehan, Mike Portnoy and Richie Kotzen join the show together for the first time as a band (The Winery Dogs). Vinnie Paul puts rumors to rest and the rest of it on the table. Volbeat’s Michael Poulsen dials up the Metal Modem. Guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen shreds.

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  • Buddy VOZ Zappa on

    Another great episode last night Eddie, cudo’s to you and Don and Jim.. I loved it when you asked Ritchie about putting another album out this year and he was incredulous.. “THS YEAR”???? LOL..
    Was it a weird a coincidence, me asking you about TMS sponsorship the other nigh in Largo, then out comes a new sponsor on the show… that was a first… hopefully more will jump on board and sponsor more episodes….

    Buddy (the flash light kid) Zappa

  • Hellhammer on

    surprised that you have not mentioned the release of UFO: The Complete Studio Albums 1974-1986 10CD boxset yet on TMS.

  • Jason Kentros on

    Hey Eddie, thanks for asking Vinnie about the possibility of a Pantera reunion, even though everyone probably already knew what the answer would be. I think everyone understands his response to that, being that you can’t have a “reunion” without Dimebag. However, I think everyone throws the word “reunion” around and really in this case it should be considered more of a tribute or celebration of the music Pantera made, and more specifically, that Dimebag made. I’m surprised you didn’t mention Phil, did you just not want to stir that up? I think aside from the possibility of any kind of performance including Phil, Vinnie and Rex, fans are wondering if Vinnie and Paul will ever talk, even if didn’t lead to anything but peace between the former members. Some people say “who cares” but considering how many people are interested in the KISS soap opera, people do actually care and for some reason feel like there’s no sense of closure without the members parting on good terms.

  • jase on

    What the??? NO WAY Rush shouldn’t be number 1. Cream isn’t even on their level. And Jimi Hendrix can’t compare either. FAIL LIST.

    • Les Binks is better than Jar Jar Binks on

      You know who would laugh at you and your “epic fail” opinion?

      The members of Rush.

  • Doug on

    Yeah, I kinda thought Rush should have been number 1 too, but the conversation and in how the list should be compiled sorta got off track. GREAT TMS episode. Loved it. Man, Yngwie was phenomenal. In the Winery Dogs you have 3 great musicians and they wouldn’t look up because they probably knew they could not keep up with his speed and technical prowess. Intimidating.

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