Now that's weird. A Pantera/Rob Halford song for a Buffy movie? Huh. That's interesting. Has anyone here seen it and heard that song in the background?
Good to know, though. Thanks for the info.
Oddly enough, I had the same question the other day when I was listening to it. "Light Comes out of Black" on Halford's "Live Resurrection" album. It struck me that it wasn't on any Fight albums so I looked it up on the liner notes for LR when I got home. It reads (basically): all songs were recorded in 2000-2001 during the Resurrection tour (Halford) with "several 'Bonus' tracks which were recorded either at soundcheck before an evening's performance or on a 'non-show day.' 'Light Comes out of Black' & 'Life in Black' were slipped into the 'Live' sequence with some studio magic because that's where we believe they worked best..."
"Life in Black" is on Fight's "War of Words." "Light Comes Out of Black" was neither Halford band NOR Fight. Wiki has the following:
"In between both albums, Fight released an EP, Mutations, featuring War of Words studio versions, live cuts and alternate mixes. Immediately before this, Halford had recorded a track called "Light Comes Out of Black" for the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The song featured music provided by Pantera, although their contribution is uncredited."
How about THAT for an answer? Buffy and Pantera! LOL! (Quoting Message by Vaillant 3.0 from Saturday, October 23, 2010 10:41:16 PM)
Vaillant 3.0 wrote:
Light Comes out of Black-Fight (or is it Halford? Anyone?)