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15 May 2012 | Format: MP3

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Video: Mouth For War (Video)
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Video: This Love (Video)
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Video: Walk (Video)
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Video: Piss [Explicit]
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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 15 May 2012
  • Release Date: 15 May 2012
  • Label: Rhino Atlantic
  • Copyright: 2012 Rhino Entertainment Company, A Warner Music Group Company.
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  • Total Length: 1:17:35
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B0081XK198
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,224 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Hereward Swallow on 22 Jan 2007
Format: Audio CD
From the first blasts of 'Mouth for War' to the dying strains of 'Hollow' this album remains one of the best metal albums to come out of the nineties. There is a not a single disappointing song, and most songs have frequently been aired at rock clubs across the world. As the name suggests, it's not for the faint-hearted, so it's appeal is probably restricted to those who already have an interest in metal. However anyone who has only recently got into metal will love it (anyone who has been into metal for a while will already have it). One of the most impressive aspects of this album is the production. Despite having been released more than 15 years ago the sound is really fresh and sounds like it was recorded just the other day. Buy it now - you'll love it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "bezzzo" on 11 Mar 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've been a Pantera fan for years now. This being my first Pantera buy, it made my ears bleed. This was my step into the world of metal and what a step! Seriously people this album is unbeleivably good! Pantera know how to build an album, Mouth for war Explodes in your face the minute you press the play button, ending with an eplosive fast beat, the intro to the next track gives you a few seconds to gain your thoughts with a slow but detuned heavy as hell intro.....That is of course until the break out of the main riff, and you'll find your jaw on the floor with the beats Vinnie Paul creates within the song. Dimebag then pulls your jaw into the ground with his solo, he is and always will be a guitarist GENIUS, R.I.P Dimebag Darrell. Songs like Rise with its mind blowingly fast solo, not only fast but imaginative and experimental, and Regular People Conciet with a riff that it would take most guitarists ages to even work out how to play, really do prove that Dimebag Darrell was at the peak of his career on this album, and i await the day that an album is made that better's the guitar playing on this one!
Phil Anselmo makes it blatently obvious that there's some Anger within him in this Album, in my opinion this album has the best vocal work ever in the world of Metal. Just listen to Hostile and you'll hear it instantly.
All in All this is by quite a Margin, not only Panteras best album, but the best Album you could possibly want to buy as a metal fan. There simply is no Better!
To Nathan Gale, Dimebags killer, you make me HOSTILE!
R.I.P Dimebag Darrell!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
The album starts with Mouth for war, which is a fantastic song, with a strong first riff that just hits the spot. This is a musical work of art and a must have for any metal fan. A new level is brilliant, what more can i say. Walk has got to be one of my all time favourite songs, what a riff, what lyrics brilliant. Fucking hostile, the name says it all, want anger, got anger. This love starts brilliantly building into a climax not to dissapoint even the most enthusiastic fan. Rise... Loved it. No good was brilliant, and i would suggest listening to it LOUD.(as for the whole album really) Live in a Hole. Screams metal until your ears bleed. Regular people... Excellent By demons be driven... Beckon the call Beckon The Call Hollow... a final brilliant end to an alround brilliant album.
BUY THIS IF YOU DON'T ALREADY OWN IT. YOU CAN'T DO WITHOUT IT IF YOU LIKE PANTERA.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By The Conman on 10 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
If only Pantera were still around today. Who knows how many more great albums they have made. Vulgar Display of Power is usually seen as their best album, and for good reason. One of the main reasons is just because the album was so heavy and aggressive. I have never seen a more fitting album title. One the intense opener Mouth For War gets underway with its absolutely crushing main riff, we can tell that this album will be as skull-pounding as anything you've ever heard before.
The band certainly decided to increase the heaviness this record, especially vocal-wise. Singer Phil Anselmo forgets about singing high notes for the most part and intsead creates an unhinged miliataristic roar style of vocals, creating perhaps the ultimate metal voice. His aggressive style was very brutal which fitted very well with Dimebag's monstously heavy riffs, but was clearly not a death growl. Every member of the band plays to their limit, especially Dimebag whose massive riffs and incredible guitar solos drove the album. All this resulted in a stone cold metal classic. The songs here are mostly very aggressive, heavy and groovy. Even the semi-ballads This Love and Hollow have some very heavy sections. The album is more consistent than Cowboys From Hell and so all the songs are great and infinitely listenable.
It should be known by all metalheads just how important a release this album was back in '92. It not only brought metal back on track after the grunge movement, it also created the groove metal movement, leading the way for bands like Machine Head, Sepultura and Korn to follow.
Overall, this album is as much a metal classic as Master of Puppets, Reign in Blood, Paranoid and The Number of the Beast. It is an absolutely thunderous listen, with a huge sense of aggression and groove. It'll make you bang your head like crazy and it will also make you laugh at all those ridiculous MTV-based emo posers who believe that they are real metal. Metal doesn't get a lot better than this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Oct 2002
Format: Audio CD
A friend introduced me to this album not long after it came out. I loved it because it had a vicious quality, a "dont f--k with me" feel. Phil Anselmo's pent up anger and frustration explodes all over this disc.
Ten years on, it is still one of the most energising pieces of music i know. In fact try listening to it when your working out, you'll find energy you never knew you had. Don't however listen to it in the car whilst gridlocked ( Beware the roadrage).
When we've all decided that we've had enough of the politically correct and start to kick ass i hope F--king Hostile is the soundtrack.
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