Muscat Says Faster Pussycat Has Used All 9 Lives

(SleazeRoxx.com) In a recent interview with SleazeRoxx.com, former Faster Pussycat guitarist Brent Muscat talked about his feud with vocalist Taime Downe. Sleaze Roxx: For awhile you and Taime Downe were battling over control of the Faster Pussycat name, why did you decide to end the legalities?

Brent Muscat: In my opinion the band was dead since we broke up in 93. Taime hasn't helped things by putting out sub-par records that sound like a poor man's Ministry. I was only planning on using the name for one year anyway. The only people who won are the lawyers and the only people who lost are the fans.

Sleaze Roxx: All accounts say that Taime said some horrible things about you at Rocklahoma. Have you forgiven him or just moved on?

Brent Muscat: The day it happened I got 10 calls from people saying Taime said something to the effect of, a lot of people die from cancer, why couldn't it have killed Brent. It was pretty hurtful and classless, not to mention there was a cancer charity at the event. I'm glad I gave him that show, so he could show everyone his true colors. Not only did at least a 1000 people hear him say it, he had the balls to deny he said it. I'm not sure I have forgiven or forgotten, but I can say I've moved on.

Sleaze Roxx: After everything that has happened between you two could you ever see Faster Pussycat reuniting? Hell, Van Halen managed to do it!

Brent Muscat: Comparing Faster Pussycat to Van Halen is funny, we're not even in the same league. I tried to reunite with Taime and Greg, they are obviously not interested. In my opinion Faster Pussycat is dead. - Read the full interview

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