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Pantera

Reinventing The Steel

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 2000

Label: Elektra

Catalog Number: 62451-2

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Philip Anselmo vocals
Dimebag Darrell guitars
Rex Brown bass
Vinnie Paul drums
Tracks
1.  Hell Bound  2:41
2.  Goddamn Electric  4:57
3.  Yesterday Don't Mean Shit  4:20
4.  You've Got to Belong to It  4:13
5.  Revolution Is My Name  5:15
6.  Death Rattle  3:18
7.  We'll Grind That Axe for a Long Time  3:45
8.  Uplift  3:46
9.  It Makes Them Disappear  6:22
10.  I'll Cast a Shadow  5:22
  
Total Running Time:  43:59

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Existing comments about this CD

From: drakkar Date: March 13, 2002 at 14:49
man, i can't emphasize enough how much pantera sucks. they've always sucked and will continue to suck for many years to come. even you enjoy no-talent, low-grade, redneck metal that constantly rehashes itself, then by all means purchase any pantera album.

From: motley Date: July 9, 2002 at 16:20
I must agree there is a bit MANoWAR attittude in PANTERA and I respect PANTERA until Vulgar but from that on it got out of hand. Phil lost his ability to sing anymore....But the made unforgettable songs, thats for sure....

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 21, 2002 at 10:42
This album gets to the root of Pantera. It's a good mix of their 'old school' ways and their more modern sound. You putt those two together and you get REINVENTING THE STEEL. My two favorites on this compilation are 'Yesterday Don't Mean Shit' and 'Revolution Is My Name.'..................... Aggression never sounded so sweet!

From: sim Date: September 26, 2002 at 19:35
pantera is a fucking awesome band

From: The Fizzy One Date: October 27, 2002 at 21:14
Were it not for Far Beyond Shitty, this would be my least favorite. Phil has totally forgotten how to sing by this point and there are almost no melodic moments here. THe production is one thing that sets it above FBD, it's less claustrophobic and more like what we heard on Vulgar. Also some memorable tunes here. The Fizz Picks: 'Goddamn Electric,' 'Yesterday Don't Mean Shit,' 'You've Got to Belong To It,' 'Revolution Is My Name,' and 'It Makes Them Disappear.'

From: steve Date: February 25, 2003 at 19:07
have this pantera it is good enough to me.

From: Motley Date: April 5, 2003 at 21:51
Pantera used to be great but now they are over the hills and far away where they cant handle it anymore.....Cowboyz was their trademark....!

From: psychoglen Date: June 22, 2003 at 1:16
Not the best Pantera album, but still worth listening to.

From: wyldebag Date: March 24, 2004 at 18:21
Reiventing was a great end for an incrediblely awsome band motherfuckers!!!!

From: Boris (Russia) Date: March 25, 2004 at 11:37
It's really Great shit. In my Land I would say 'cutting the head fucking out'. If anyone against complain to my e-mail: Blitz-II@yandex.ru. I'II be courteous.

From: Chris Date: May 4, 2004 at 2:48
A very underrated album in my opinion. I find it to be full-on thrash metal with some 'groove' influences. My favorite songs on this album are 'Yesterday Don't Mean Shit' and 'Death Rattle'.

From: ManiaK Date: May 23, 2004 at 3:16
Shit nice album...i really enjoy listenin to it.

From: holy metal Date: September 5, 2004 at 5:32
These album is really bad you listen these album and you think is a nu-metal band. Pantera last good album is vulgar display of power.

From: Leykis101 Date: January 20, 2013 at 1:33
A Fucking completely awesome,groovy,funky,powerful,and under appreciated final album by a band that will never ever be replaced, or forgotten, it's gotta be pretty hard to be Phil, when that "Clash With Reality" occurs, and he realizes, that he isn't just Phil from Pantera, he was PHIL FROM PANTERA, and because of him, Pantera will never be again, but I knew nothing of this disc, it came out completely under the radar(to fulfill their last owed album on contract)no reviews, no samples, just bought this disc, popped it in on my way back from lunch, and Hellbound fucking blew me away, what a way to grab my attention, then Goddamn Electric showed me that with no preconceived notions , I had just been blown away by a band I figured was creatively finished, my 2nd all time fav Pantera song ever was waiting for me as track 10, I'll Cast A Shadow, what an eerie way and concept for the final Pantera song huh? buy this disc, if you've never heard it, it's completely amazing.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 5, 2013 at 0:59
Pantera go back to basics on what would prove to be their swan song, ditching the trippy, drugged-out noise that so many don't like about Trendkill. It's all about the riff on Reinventing The Steel, an album that sounds like it could have been the follow-up to Vulgar Display Of Power. Riffs and grooves galore, and the lyrics are out of the psych ward and back to the chest-thumping bravado of old. A couple maddening things about this disc: the band rarely locks into a groove for very long before jumping into another one, giving some songs a bit of a disjointed feel, and Phil doesn't do much "singing," in the "Cemetary Gates"/"Hollow" sense of the word. To me, the album tails off toward the end, but it's hard to knock tracks like "Goddamn Electric," "Yesterday Don't Mean Shit," "You've Got To Belong To It," "Revolution Is My Name" and "We'll Grind That Axe," which are all prime Pantera.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 1, 2014 at 20:04
The last album recorded by the band before vanishing away...whose fault was it?,never mind,the damage is already done ...a good album of course with some of those typical Pantera guitar riffs and solid drumming along with Phil's aggressive vocals...tracks 2,3,4,5 & 6 are in my book...80/100


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