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#1
come in and post anything. hate on them if you want. it doesnt bother me. i just want to see what people think of the band.
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#2
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That aside.. I've always liked a good portion of Pantera's music, but I think the worldwide necro-fellation of Dime's corpse is appalling (and there will probably be lots of it in this thread).
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#3
true that
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#5
dimebag was like a riffmachine! soooooo many amazing crushing riffs the one i can't get out my head though is 'Where You Come From', cracks me up every time!
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#6
i truely loved their music.dime was one badass mofo.with the guitar heart of a demon.i will truely miss his playing.if anybody learns any of his riffs,solos,or any guitar part he has on a song.learn it note for note.no halfassing it.and you will understand.get ur pull.
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#8
Pantera's an okay band my favorite band just four guys that wanted some heaviness, and they succeeded

THE TREND IS DEAD!
#9
ive got like just 4 different albums of them.
their okay, love cemetary gates.................
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#10
i liked their groove style....feel that 'The Great Southern Trendkill' is quite an underrated album
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#11
They are one of the greatest bands ever and dime is possibly the best metal guitarist to live
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and dime is possibly the best metal guitarist to live


Oh man do I feel like a bastard for laughing so hard at this.
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#13
Thanks to all who posted comments in this thread
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#14
Overrated, but good none the less, VDoP was the only album I really got in to.
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#15
pantera pwned

in my opinion, dimebag great guitarist, anselmo great vocal, drums n bass are ok but anyone with little expirience can replace them
#17
one of my favorite bands of all time... honestly (flame on this if you want), i think Pantera is the best example of what a metal band should be, in terms of attitude, songwriting, etc. etc.

favorite album is a toss-up between Far Beyond Driven and Great Southern Trendkill.
#18
Pantera Owned, pure and simple.

I've paid enough respect to Dime, I won't overmilk it, like a lot of the Rock Press have. But he was amazing, nonetheless.
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#19
I love Pantera. Dimebag is hella overrated but he was damn good. Trendkill is a superb album.
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#20
CFH is where it's at, with Trendkill being a second. The problem with the other albums IMO was that they were kind of inconsistant, one song will crush and one would suck (IMO, like Walk). I got really obsessed with them for a while, but the original impact faded somewhat. Great band, albiet flawed.

Dime was fucking killer, regardless of the mallcore kids who worship him as a trend. While he deserves the respect and reverance after his death, it's not that metalheads over-do it, it's that the mallcore kids first getting into metal put him on a pedestal like a god when they know nothing about metal and use Dime to pretend like they do. That's the bad part.
#23
I was listening through Cowboys From Hell today...and I realised something.

There are times on that album when Phil Anselmo sounds like Bruce Dickinson and James Hetfield.

On Cowboys he sounds like Hetfield when he sings "Cowboys from heh-oo-uuuurrlllll"

And he sounds a bit like Bruce on Cemetary Gates chorus.
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#24
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Dimebag wasn't that great but he was decent. I'm not really a fan of their style!

Just because you're not a fan of their style doesn't mean he was a bad guitarist.
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#26
Great stuff. Dimebag was great, but overrated, blah, blah, blah. Favorite album is Cowboys from Hell, with VDoP coming in at a close second.
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#27
I heard at their last concert the singer had a beer in his hand and was a little more pissed than usual and abused the crowd...

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#28
im just woundering why there hasnt been a pantera thread already.. i think they should be able to have their on thread, not only in the thrash thread. but yeah, one of my favorite bands, and one of the better bands too.. amazing skill in all of them.
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#30
The art of shredding was my favorite song. Pantera is one of my favorite bands, but I really didn't like Damageplan.
#32
I absolutely love Pantera, and I have way to many favourite songs. I'm extremely anxious about the "Rebel Meets Rebel" stuff that's coming out.

Anyone know what Rex is doing these days anyhow?
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#33
Look, plain and simple. Pantera were tremendous, they realeased some killer albums. They had there glory days. Dime was a great and original guitarist, but for a lot of wankers, it's time to move on. Seriously, how about I use a pantera song as an example for you? 'Yesterday don't mean Shit.' We don't want the next wave of 13 year olds wearing Dime shirts and proclaiming that it was actually his girlfriend who shot him, I meaaaaan.......NEEH! Give it a goddamned rest.

This thread is open for plain old Pantera Discussion, but if I come back in a days time and it's full of 'omg dime so gret, r.i.p i mis him! hey iz it true hiz name is abut a bag of pot? lol? dimebag? haharofl.'

Seriously, watch out.
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#34
^ I agree. Damageplan just continued the decline..
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#35
Always loved Pantera since I first heard them. Cowboys from Hell is their best, not one skippable song on there. Only Pantera song I really hate though is Good Friends and a Bottle of Pills.
#36
Pantera helped drag me put of my "mall metal" phase. They are my favorite band right now. Cemetary Gates - cliche I know - is one of my favorites, but I like Floods a lot more. That lead part at the end is amazing... its not real technical, but I love it.

Never a big Damageplan fan, although a couple of songs were okay. And I also am looking forward to Rebel Meets Rebel (thank you... freakguitarist).
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#37
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Pantera helped drag me put of my "mall metal" phase. They are my favorite band right now. Cemetary Gates - cliche I know - is one of my favorites, but I like Floods a lot more. That lead part at the end is amazing... its not real technical, but I love it.

Never a big Damageplan fan, although a couple of songs were okay. And I also am looking forward to Rebel Meets Rebel (thank you... freakguitarist).


I loved the end of Floods, especially how it's "blended" with the sound of rain.
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#38
^ Floods is ****ing beautiful.
I'm obsessed with Pantera. Trendkill is my favourite album, but I liked them all. I haven't heard anything they released before they signed to ATCO.
#39
im addicted to floods.. such a cool outro + solo.. and the intro and chorus is pretty good..overall probably my favorite song by them.
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#40
I was once a pretty big Pantera fan, but around the time of his death I was strangely getting distant from them. Once he had passed I didn't seem to get into them again...I just kept slowly backing away....until I stopped listening to them almost completely, accept for when I would go through all my cd's.

However, I just listened to some Pantera the other day and even though I don't overly like the band still, I still think they're pretty talented and the Hollow is a sweet song.
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