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  1. #1
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    Default RIP Jeff Hanneman

    Wrote a lot of the best riffs in Slayer.

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    played all the good solos in slayer

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    talked the least, too.

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    was the least steroid pumped, tribal tattooed, chain dangling bald head in the band.
    no hannemann, no lombardo.....slayer light.
    pöster | müsic | posterkrauts ja

    »You're funny... for a German.« – Crosshair

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    Agree with the author that they are trolls best ignored, but I do wonder if Slayer fans would be the ones to say fuckit and deliver the mass beat-down WBC so richly deserves.

    MetalSucks | The Westboro Baptist Church Collectively Sucks Jeff Hanneman’s Cock in Hell

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    ugh. seems that there is always the "why couldn't it have been ____ , instead" and in this case, it could not be more applicable. my two fave members of the band, are no longer in the band, and that equates to much more than a 50% loss of current love.

    it was sad, yet comforting to hear Reign in Blood playing at nearly every place I walked into the last few days, from cafes, to shows, to record stores.

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