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Origin Country: United States
Style Genre: Groove Metal
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: image+.cue
Length: 00:53:07 + 00:53:44
Catalog ID: R2 643432
Label: Elektra Entertainment
Social: Pantera Twitter
Size: 824 MegaBytes.

About this Album

As I would see it, the lone time Pantera really “reinvented” anything was themselves c. 1989, before the mammoth release of “Cowboys from Hell” the following year. That’s not to say that this album, their “fifth” and final album, is all that bad. In taking a gander at Pantera, whether you love em, hate em or wouldn’t fret em, you can easily characterize each of their albums post-Cowboys From Hell.

“Power Metal” (1988), their first with Phil Anselmo and their last “glam” record, began to show traces of their new trajectory. “Cowboys from Hell” was heavy, thrashy, and still fundamentally “heavy metal” at heart. “Vulgar Display of Power” expanded on the band’s freshly discovered heaviness and yielded some very great melodies. Generally at this point we can assume that Pantera got heavier with each album.

Presently, “Pantera Reinventing The Steel” is not great, and you cannot blame this completely on musicianship. Pantera circa turn of the millennia were about to, dislike in 1990, there was pressure. This album was reasonable recorded with a ton of strain between the band, least of all the Abbott brothers and Phil. The album is not lacking using any and all means, however there aren’t any “Cemetery Gates” or “I’m Broken”s on here.

Two melodies that really stand out for me personally are “Revolution Is My Name” and “Goddamn Electric”. Presently these tunes are unadulterated unabashed Pantera, I feel a culmination of their work. A few group may disregard this album and the band around the year 2000, and suppositions are warranted, and understandable, yet “Reinventing” is not all bad, simply not all great either.

Aside from those two melodies, the rest don’t really stand out, not that the musicianship is bad at all, I mean Dimebag’s on excellent condition, however maybe you can kind of feel the internal pressure. Although “We’ll Grind That Ax For A Longtime” is another nice track, and kind of ironically unfavorable. In the event that Phil had stayed companions with Dimebag and Vinnie a tragedy in the metal world might have been avoided, and maybe we’d still see Pantera, happy and grindin’ on today, yet for now we have this album, not their best, but rather hello not the most exceedingly awful piece of poo they could invoke.

Pantera Reinventing The Steel Tracklist

CD-1 – Terry Date new mix

  • 01. Hellbound (2:41)
  • 02. Goddamn Electric (4:57)
  • 03. Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit (4:20)
  • 04. You’ve Got To Belong To It (4:22)
  • 05. Revolution Is My Name (5:16)
  • 06. Death Rattle (3:17)
  • 07. We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time (3:46)
  • 08. Uplift (3:46)
  • 09. It Makes Them Disappear (6:29)
  • 10. I’ll Cast A Shadow (5:01)Total time: 43:55

CD-2 – Orginal album remastered

  • 01. Hellbound (2:41)
  • 02. Goddamn Electric (4:57)
  • 03. Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit (4:20)
  • 04. You’ve Got To Belong To It (4:14)
  • 05. Revolution Is My Name (5:16)
  • 06. Death Rattle (3:17)
  • 07. We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time (3:45)
  • 08. Uplift (3:46)
  • 09. It Makes Them Disappear (6:22)
  • 10. I’ll Cast A Shadow (5:24)
  • 11. Goddamn Electric (Radio mix) (Bonus track) (4:57)
  • 12. Revolution Is My Name (Radio edit) (Bonus track) (4:10)
  • 13. I’ll Cast A Shadow (Radio edit) (Bonus track) (3:54)
  • 14. Goddamn Electric (Radio edit) (Bonus track) (4:14)Total time: 1:01:16

CD-3 – Bonus tracks

  • 01. Avoid The Light (6:27)
  • 02. Immortally Insane (5:11)
  • 03. Cat Scratch Fever (3:49)
  • 04. Hole In The Sky (4:13)
  • 05. Electric Funeral (5:53)
  • 06. Hellbound (Instrumental rough mix) (2:41)
  • 07. Goddamn Electric (Instrumental rough mix) (4:57)
  • 08. Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit (Instrumental rough mix) (4:20)
  • 09. You’ve Got To Belong To It (Instrumental rough mix) (4:14)
  • 10. Revolution Is My Name (Instrumental rough mix) (5:16)
  • 11. Death Rattle (Instrumental rough mix) (3:17)
  • 12. We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time (Instrumental rough mix) (3:45)
  • 13. Uplift (Instrumental rough mix) (3:46)
  • 14. It Makes Them Disappear (Instrumental rough mix) (6:22)
  • 15. I’ll Cast A Shadow (Instrumental rough mix) (5:04)

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