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Pantera your walls down!,
This review is from: Cowboys From Hell (Audio CD)
This is definately Pantera's best album (yes, that's better than the incredibly overrated Vulgar Display Of Power). Every song is memorable in it's own way. Songs like Primal Concrete Sledge, Cemetry Gates and Message In Blood are fantastic and shows Dime's ability being pushed to the limit. The drumming is also fantastic on this album, Vinnie Paul is a legendary metal drummer!
1. Cowboys From Hell - A fantastic opening track. Even my mother is able to get into the groove of this track!
2. Primal Concrete Sledge - My second favourite track because of it's sheer energy and fantastic sound. A live favourite. This song gives you a good idea of what Pantera is all about!
3. Psycho Holiday - Same as above, joint second favourite.
4. Heresy - Good, but not as good as the first three, although this does contain some fantastic guitar and drum work. Phil's vocals on this song and basically the whole album are phenomical.
5. Cemetry Gates - One of my favourite songs ever. Goes on a bit, but it's worth the wait!
Rating: Absolute Maximum!
6. Domination - Same as track 4. Generally, a good track. I love the intro!
7. Shattered - See above. Same except better.
8. Clash With Reality - I love this song, you will too!
9. Medicine Man - Worst track on the album. Don't get it stuck in your head!
10. Message In Blood - Fantastic chorus and solo! You will not be able to leave this track alone!
11. The Sleep - This isn't a track that you will easily remember.
12. The Art Of Shredding - Just listen to that drum line!!!
Album overrall rating: 9.5/10
Could do with some improvements, but you're not going to find a better Pantera album. If you're just getting into them buy this first and then buy the Vulgar Display Of Power album.
buy, Buy, BUY!!!
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Initial post: 13 Apr 2009 10:17:59 BDT
Fly By Night says:
You have written a good review there. This is so My favourite Pantera album
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