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Dave "The Beast" Spitz (born 1 April 1955 in New York) is a Jewish American musician who played the bass guitar for Black Sabbath from 1985 to 1987, appearing on the album Seventh Star (1986). Although credited in The Eternal Idol (1987), he did not perform on the album. In fact, during the recording session of the album, he was fired by producer Jeff Glixman because of his reckless behavior.
Spitz has also been a member of Lita Ford's band, Americade, White Lion, Impellitteri, Slamnation, Insomnia, Nuclear Assault, Great White, and Bill Ward's band. He is currently a member of McBrain Damage.
Dave Spitz went to SUNY Geneseo in New York State and played in many bands around that area, including the infamous "Buzzoleo" (featuring the legendary 'Buzzo' from Buzzo Music).
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