Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
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deflepp0925
August 13th 2006



213 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Quote:
Originally posted by Mynameischan:
Dimebag wasn't really even that good.

ummmm.....where did that come from, you must be musically impared, doesn't matter how much you like pantera, he was one of the greatest shredders of the time, and an overall GREAT guitarist

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
August 13th 2006



17920 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Yeah. I must be musically impaired.

Bron-Yr-Aur
August 13th 2006



4405 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

:lol:

You musical retard you.

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
August 13th 2006



17920 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Oh, you know me. This Message Edited On 08.13.06

MisterPilgrim
August 13th 2006



233 Comments


Well enough, anyway.

So, Walk is a horrible song.

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
August 13th 2006



17920 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Avenged Sevenfold's version is better.

ElitistPig
August 13th 2006



146 Comments


[quote=cockmonger]a classic...except for that faggot , nerd song "walk"[/quote]
This is the most ridiculous ting I have everheard. "A classic..." wtf.


mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
August 13th 2006



17920 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

that faggot , nerd song "walk"

lol. that's funny.

metallicaman8
August 13th 2006



4677 Comments


[quote=channy wanny]lol. that's funny.[/quote]

Like your face? Feel shame now.

...I like this album.

lightningmetal666
September 6th 2006



27 Comments


I like walk, mouth for war, and this love. However, the track that stood out for me was A new Level.

I really like the chromatic riffs. I always headbang to walk, but not in the same way as when i listen to a new level.

CocaCola
September 6th 2006



18 Comments


Like your face? Feel shame now.

wow metallicaman8. that was a great comeback.

CocaCola
September 6th 2006



18 Comments


it feels pretty good

Altmer
September 13th 2006



5652 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Walk is actually the best song on this album.

south_of_heaven 11
September 13th 2006



5433 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

[quote=mudvaynian]Probably the only good one.[/quote]
Don't agree.

:angry:

Brain Dead
September 24th 2006



1150 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

My buddy just gave me this yesterday, I don't really like it. This album just feels way to repetitive, and Pantera relies way too much on Dimebag's shredding, and the songwriting really suffers. I Fucking Hostile is pretty good, but I think Walk is quite overrated.

stinkypoptart
September 24th 2006



1169 Comments


io heard some of pantera and theyre pretty cool. nice revie by the way

Brain Dead
October 1st 2006



1150 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Well, looks like this album is going to finish out at a 3.5. Not a bad album, and I quite enjoy the fast paced songs on this album such as Fucking Hostile and Rise. The slower paced songs such as Walk and This Love I find to be a bit lacking, but they are a minority. Ansuelo seems to at first be a crappy vocalist in the vein of Lars Ulrich, but his style really grew on me. I love his vocals, they really work well with Dimebag's brutal riffage.

joebass
October 12th 2006



25 Comments


i disagree with the statement about phils lyrics being bad, i think phil has written some of the best lyrics in metal. somtimes on the outside it would seem phils just mouthing about how tough he is but if you look into the lyrics you actually see they're about something which a lot of metal bands lack. he sings about things that a lot of hardcore punk bands look into: racism, violence, respect. and thats just some of the heavy stuff

XAVxDAxMAN
October 23rd 2006



7 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

RIP dimebag

piss
November 3rd 2006



3 Comments


dime's solo on walk is kick ass




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