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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,506,677 - Total Helpful Votes: 21 of 31
Vulgar Display of Power ~ Pantera
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Cowboys from hell is an amazing album, and Vulgar Display Of Power takes it to a whole new level. Dimebag the late great metal god who will never be forgotten riffs away like there no tomorrow! The solo's are simply amazing, although a bit short but then it's about quality not quantity! Quality being something this album has All Over!
Phill Anslemo's vocals like always are amazing and Vinnie Paul drums so god damn well that the drum kit must have to replaced after every song! Rex is brillaint bass player!
R.I.P Dimebag! You live forever in your music! And will never be forgotten!
Dimbag Darrell god of music!
Aint Life Grand ~ (Musician) Slash
Aint Life Grand ~ (Musician) Slash
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Slash has always been one of my idols and when i bought this album i was bit pretencious about how it may have turned out because the 1st Snakepit album was less than impressive!
But i was amazed when i heard this album because of it's originality and it has a very good front man as the 1st Snakepit album had Eric Dover who in my opinion was not a very good singer! This album had a more bluesyer aproach to rock than GN'R does, it has a very original sound and has lost that GN'R sound (which is a good thing for a new band coz you can't be original and sound like another band) GN'R have always been one of my favourite bands and i'd hate to see someone try and recreate the GN'R… Read more
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere ~ (Musician) Slash
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere ~ (Musician) Slash
7 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good but not amazing!, 4 Mar 2005
This album isn't amazing it's good in some parts for instance "dime store rock" and "Good to be alive" they are probably two of the best songs on the album.
I give Slash 10/10 for effort on this album the only problem is it lacks originality because it has the tendancy to sound a little to like GN'R (who i regard as my favourite band) and that unfortunatly says alot about this album ' that slash was trying to re-invent GN'R which cant realy be done, ok he's was the life and soul of GN'R but then so was Axl and GN'R without Axl can't really be done coz he's alot of other things but he's also one of the best front men ever! and trying to re-invent the GN'R phenomenon will never be… Read more