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Release date: 1 August 1997
Style: Groove metal


8.5 | 265 votes


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01. A New Level
02. Walk
03. Becoming
04. 5 Minutes Alone
05. Sandblasted Skin
06. Suicide Note Pt. II
07. War Nerve
08. Strength Beyond Strength
09. Dom/Hollow
10. This Love
11. I'm Broken
12. Cowboys From Hell
13. Cemetery Gates
14. Fucking Hostile
15. Where You Come From [new studio track]
16. I Can't Hide [new studio track]


Additional info
Tracks 12, 13 and Dom (Domination) taken from 'Cowboys from Hell'
Tracks 1, 2, 10, 14 (Fucking Hostile) and Hollow taken from 'Vulgar Display of Power'
Tracks 3, 4, 8 and 11 taken from 'Far beyond Driven'
Tracks 5, 6 and 7 taken from 'The Great Southern Trendkill'
Tracks 15 and 16 were recorded in May 97.

Produced by Vinnie Paul & Dimebag Darrell.

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The first live album of Pantera was recorded in 1997 during Tourkill that has followed the release of The Great Southern Trendkill. This live, released in summer, has gone more or less unnoticed. And the least I can say is that it's only fair. This album could have been entitled 'Live from the toilets'. It could have been great, it could have kicked ass, it could have reproduced on stage all the energy that some songs like 'Walk', 'Strength Beyond Strength' or 'I'm Broken' had in studio, but hell no, the sound is so poor that you don't hear anything but an infamous sound mess. And yet, Phil 'I sing in a yoghurt pot' Anselmo and his mates seem enthusiastic, the crowd follows the band, the setlist is good, but maybe a few overdubs or a real producer would have been necessary.

published 02.09.2003 | Comments (10)

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