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  • Audio CD (22 Sep 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B0000CE9VW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,451 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Cowboys From Hell
2. Domination
3. Cemetary Gates
4. Mouth For War
5. Walk
6. This Love
7. Fucking Hostile
8. Becoming
9. I'm Broken
10. 5 Minutes Alone
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Disc: 2
1. Cowboys From Hell
2. Psycho Holiday
3. Cemetery Gates
4. Mouth For War
5. This Love
6. Walk
7. 5 Minutes Alone
8. I'm Broken
9. Drag The Waters
10. Domination
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. Wright on 5 Oct 2003
Format: Audio CD
Arguments and musical disagreements are something you may come to expect from Pantera, a band who after-all are one of the most downright angry and purely vile metal bands out there. They seem to have survived a lot of things over the last 13 years, but it seems this time, with front man Phil Anselmo's rapidly increasing obsessions with black and death metal, and his decision to make a second album with his apparent side-project, and much more extreme musical assault, Superjoint Ritual, finally ditching his other more accessible side-project, Down, and now a 'Best Of Pantera' emerging from seemingly nowhere, that Pantera a finally over, and have finally stalled their 6 litre All-American engines.
Upon first hearing, 'Reinventing Hell: The Best Of Pantera', several emotions will come through several people. There may be a slight sense of disappointment that they are seemingly finished, but as you listen through pummelling riffs, screaming choruses and ripping solos, that Pantera's muscular musical onslaught still contains all the power it ever did, perhaps more, and it always will. Behind Slayer, Pantera are the thrash metal equivalent of pure rage and insanity mixed into a pummelling mix, including some huge southern-fried riffage to blow your senses off to, and for those who have grown up with such ear-blistering intensity, and for those about to discover this terrific and highly influential band, you can't help but think that Pantera really were kings among men. They might not have been the thrash band with the most initiative and creativity, but Pantera were the greatest thing to ever happen to thrash metal...
They may have been one of the most disgusting and turgid bands to deal with throughout the 90's, but it wasn't always like that.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "ozewa" on 29 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
Woah. OK, so I think we all know that Pantera are one of the best metal bands around. I'm not talking about that hippy nu-metal kids crap where music is good based on how many times the lead singer has tried to cut himself, I mean the real stuff. The ones with solos. Sorted.
I think we also know how dodgy best of albums are... they usually mean one of two things.
1: Best of my arse, it's a load of singles.
2: The band are splitting.
Well I dunno about number 2, but 1 is a definite wrong as far as Reinventing Hell is concerned. With a couple of exceptions (Strength Beyond Strength and Yesterday Don't Mean Shit), this is brilliant. Plus it comes with that DVD with videos on it... sweet, sweet videos. Basically, if you want a taste of one of the best metal bands ever then this is for you. Plus you get free vids. If you llike Pantera and have their stuff already, well get this for the free videos. And it needs not be said that a big fan should have it for its collectability.
Yep, this and the live album are pretty much the best compilations y'all could ask for... let's hope that 2nd thing isn't true.
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So now Pantera have split and it's time to give the cash cow a good milking.
This 'best of' is, as these things are always wont to be, a slightly misleading term. What you get is a collection of Pantera's most accessible stuff, but much of their greatest work is criminally overlooked (like the entire Southern Trendkill album - Floods and Suicide Note Pts. I-II are in my opinion essential.) And where's all the sick stuff off Far Beyond Driven? No 'Strength Beyond Strength'!?
If you've never listened to Pantera this might be a good place to start. Their trademark 'power groove' is held down by four of the most badass musicians in metal and is both unrelentingly brutal, thrashy and Sabbathy at the same time, darkly melodic and gives that classic metal feeling of 'I can take on the world.' But for the real picture, get hold of Vulgar Display - Reinventing the Steel, when they were at their peak. Nice extra DVD though.
For fans like me 'Immortally Insane' is almost worth the price alone if you don't have it. So as a collection, its worth about three, but sticking it on your stereo and hearing these heroes at work you have to give an extra star.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Denis Cadogan on 1 Oct 2003
Format: Audio CD
Pantera are,quite simply,my favourite band of the nineties and now that the gruff texan quartet are sadly no more,here's a handy enough primer for any interested new fans out there.
The opening three tracks are the undisputed moshpit classics 'Cowboys from hell','Domination' and the group's best ever song,'Cemetery gates', taken from their masterful 1990 debut album.
The big singles from 1992's platinum follow up are all present and correct-'Mouth for war','walk','..Hostile',and 'this love', but sadly superior album tracks ' a new level' and 'regular people' are not.
Their biggest album was 1994's 'Far beyond driven', which changed the band's style from classic old school metal to complete balls to the wall style thrash,evidenced here by 'Becoming','5 minutes alone' and the slightly overrated 'I'm broken'.(See also that album's opening track 'Strength beyond strength',unfortunately not included here.Why that song does not have a place on this CD instead of the terrible 'Planet caravan' is baffling.)
The next album is represented by 'Drag the waters',a career lowpoint.Their fifth and final effort also has just one song here-the excellent'Revolution is my name.' There is also one song off 1998's live album,'Where you come from' placed alongside two relatively new tracks i'm fairly unfamiliar with-'Immortally insane' and 'the badge'.
Any Pantera fan that feels the collection is adequate but slightly misjudged( no 'Heresy','Psycho holiday' or 'I can't hide'?) will nonetheless be overwhelmed by the fantastic accompanying DVD.It's a collection of all their music videos from the triple vhs boxset '3 Vulgar videos from hell' minus the in-between nonsense that often plagued these,and with the bonus addition of the 'Revolution is my name' video.
I'm buying this for the DVD,as I have all the cds and videos already,and for the two new songs along with that 'revolution..' video.
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