Sound — 10
This album is their most underrated. The sound is Dimebag, man. You can't beat it, his tone alone could take over the world. Powerful is one way to describe it, but that's not enough credit. Phil Anselmo, man. His voice is amazing, clean singing and screaming. Powerful. During Goddamn Electric, when he's screaming "electricccc," it sounds Goddamned Electric. Pantera in itself defines power metal, this CD is power. My favorite song on this is Revolution Is My Name. The intro to that song is awesome. And Dimebag, man. His solos are epic, so full of soul and heart and so mindblowing, mindblowing in amazing and that they explode your head. Plus a guest appearance of Slayer's Kerry King on Goddamn Electric. Sweet.
Lyrics — 9
The lyrics are just as good as the other CDs, nothing to really stand out though except Goddamned Electric and Revolution Is My Name. Phil can really sing though and he sounds so awesome. And, in true Pantera fashion, everything fits, drums, guitar, bass, and Phils voice. It's all one huge roundhouse kick in the face, and then a few more while you're down.
Overall Impression — 10
Pantera was so origional and so good. They are the lords of power, so damn almighty that its amazing. This is a CD you have to listen to loud as balls. It stands with Pantera's other gems i.e. their whole dicography. Don't underrate this album, buy it.