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  • Audio CD (5 Feb. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean, Import
  • Label: Big Vin
  • ASIN: B000EULK3M
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 190,139 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. E. R. Lewis on 27 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
Having never heard of David Alan Coe before this I was unsure of what to expect. I knew that he was a Country singer of sorts but that was it. I kept an open mind about this album cause it could have gone either was, but it definitely mixes Metal and Country very well indeed!! At first I was unsure of David Alan Coe's voice mixed with the more Heavy Dime guitaring. However after just one listen over it I began to get used to the mix. After many listens since i bought it this is one of my favourite recent albums. Having always liked a mix off many genres, being a fan of Lynyrd Sjynyrd as well as Pantera, this is the best of both worlds.

This has some of the best all round riffs and grooves that I've heard from the Pantera guys, possibly ever!! Its just a really good Groove based album mixed with the more faster riffs. Its got some good stomping moments. These will get you moving around, even if you try to stop yourself. Well worth the listen, only downside is that this album can never be heard live!

RIP Dimebag. I've still got this in my cd player!! A fitting Memoir to Dime's abilities and life!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shane on 13 Aug. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Being a fan of both Pantera and David Allen Coe it would be very hard for me to write an unbiased review of this, so I'm not going to bother. The different styles of music complement each other perfectly, Coe's vocals are as great as ever and well, what else would you expect from the cowboy's from Hell but perfection.

Every song on this album could be a single, they're all incredibly catchy, the kind of songs that don't leave your head for months; I've got this album in my CD player, the car and my ipod because I just can't stop listening to it. The songwriting is just brilliant and tracks like 'No Compromise' show that they certainly haven't toned down the heavyness.

A classic album and another to add to Dimebag's amazing legacy.
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I personally had never really heard of David Allan Coe before this album and while its abuntantly clear this is not his day-to-day gig, his voice and delivery works incredibly well with the music and does not sound out of place at all along with the three instrumental members of Pantera (Rex, Dime and Vinnie).
Guitarists rejoice as there are more than enough Dimebag Golden Moments on this CD, the riffs and soloing are superb, any virtuoso's out there seeking a new challenge should try and nail that epic solo on 'Cowboys Do More Dope' - sounds VERY difficult to me!
The songs are great; 'Nothing To Lose,' the title track, 'Cowboys Do More Dope,' 'Heart Worn Highway' and 'Get Outta My Life' are just a handful of great tracks and are the standout moments for me. Not every track is amazing though, closer 'NYC Streets' left me wanting and is a directionless affair, and the overall quality of the last quarter doesn't match the rest of the album.
'Panfilo' is basically a short acoustic instrumental interlude as is 'Arizona Rivers' - but with added vocals, they do however show a great diversity to the band and are both well-executed. There is also some piano on 'Rebel Meets Rebel' as well and other brief country instrument trips sprinkled here and there.
Comparisons to Pantera are inevitable, and while the music will obviously share a fair amount of that great bands' musical DNA with 3 of its members present, Rebel Meets Rebel is definitely its own beast, and if anything sounds more like a superior version of Damageplan than Pantera (to me anyway) but of course with a more country / blues edge.
The production is absolutely flawless without losing any of the human element / soul that a lot of modern metal inadvertently does.
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