Nugent: 'Pantera Cover Lacks Balls'

Rocker TED NUGENT has poured scorn on PANTERA's cover of his 1977 hit CAT SCRATCH FEVER - branding it "exceedingly white". The guitarist was so furious, he posted the rant on his official website, criticising their "zombie"-like version of his signature tune. He complains, "It was exceedingly white. No soul, no balls, no feel. Caucasian all the way. "They appeared as OZZY-like zombies on TV. American drunks and dopers are terrorists' favourite allies. Damn them."


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