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Pantera

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Pantera were an American Metal band that founded in 1981 by the brothers Vinnie Paul Abbott and Darrel Lance Abbott in Fort Worth, Texas. With Vinnie on the drums , his brother Dimebag Darell on guitar, bassist Rex Brown and their Singer Phil Anselmo, Pantera reinvented the Heavy Metal and shaped the face of todays Extreme Metal.


The Early Years: Glam Metal

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No More Spandex:Cowboys From Hell

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1. Cowboys From Hell
2. Primal Concrete Sledge
3. Psycho Holiday
4. Heresy
5. Cemetary Gates
6. Domination
7. Shattered
8. Clash With Reality
9. Medicine Man
10. Message In Blood
11. The Sleep
12. The Art Of Shredding

In Your Face:Vulgar Display Of Power

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1. Mouth For War
2. New Level
3. Walk
4. Fucking Hostile
5. This Love
6. Rise
7. No Good(Attack The Radical)
8. Live In A Hole
9. Regular People(Conceit)
10. By Demons Be Driven
11. Hollow

Brutality on Billboard #1:Far Beyond Driven

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1. Strength Beyond Strength
2. Becoming
3. 5 Minutes Alone
4. I'm Broken
5. Good Friends And A Bottle Of Pills
6. Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks
7. Slaughtered
8. 25 Years
9. Shedding Skin
10. Use My Thurd Arm
11. Throes Of Rejection
12. Planet Caravan(Sabbath Cover)
13. The Badge (Bonus Track)

Band Tensions:The Great Southern Trendkill

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Welcome Back To Life, You Overdosed On Heroin

The End Of Pantera:Reinventing The Steel

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On-Stage Murder

Side Projects

Dimebag Darrel Lance Abbott

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Vinnie Paul Abbott

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Rex Brown

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Phillip Hansen Anselmo

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Discography

Studiorecords

   * 1983: Metal Magic
   * 1984: Projects in the Jungle
   * 1985: I Am the Night
   * 1988: Power Metal
   * 1990: Cowboys From Hell
   * 1992: Vulgar Display of Power
   * 1994: Far Beyond Driven
   * 1996: The Great Southern Trendkill
   * 2000: Reinventing the Steel

Live-records & Compilations

   * 1994: Driven Down Under (Live)
   * 1997: Official Live: 101 Proof
   * 1998: Singles 1991-1996
   * 2003: Reinventing Hell - The Best Of

Singles & EPs

   * 1992: Mouth For War
   * 1992: Walk
   * 1994: I'm Broken
   * 1994: 5 Minutes Alone
   * 1994: Planet Caravan
   * 1994: Walk EP
   * 1994: Alive and Hostile EP

Videos & DVDs

   * 1985: The Hot 'N' Heavy Home Vid (VHS)
   * 1991: Cowboys From Hell - The Videos (VHS)
   * 1993: Vulgar Video (VHS)
   * 1997: Pantera 3 - Watch It Go (VHS)
   * 1999: Pantera 3 - Watch It Go (DVD)
   * 2006: 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell (Re-Release) (Doppel-DVD)

Chart Entries

Vulgar Display of Power

   GER: 69 – 01.03.1993 – 9 Weeks. [2]
   US: 44 – 14.03.1992 – 77 Weeks.[3]

Far Beyond Driven

   DE: 7 – 04.04.1994 – 26 Weeks. [2]
   AT: 8 – 03.04.1994 – 22 Weeks. [4]
   CH: 21 – 03.04.1994 – 9 Weeks. [5]
   UK: 3 – Apr 1994 [6]
   US: 1 – 09.04.1994 – 29 Weeks.[7]

The Great Southern Trendkill

   GER: 29 – 20.05.1996 – 9 Weeks. [2]
   AT: 14 – 19.05.1996 – 16 Weeks. [4]
   CH: 37 – 19.05.1996 – 3 Weeks. [5]
   UK: 17 – May 1996 [6]
   US: 4 – 28.05.1996 – 16 Weeks.[8]

Official Live 101 Proof

   GER: 84 – 18.08.1997 – 1 Week. [2]
   AT: 46 – 07.09.1997 – 1 Week. [4]
   US: 15 – 16.08.1997 – 12 Weeks.[9]

Reinventing the Steel

   GER: 18 – 10.04.2000 – 7 Weeks. [2]
   AT: 26 – 09.04.2000 – 3 Weeks. [4]
   CH: 84 – 09.04.2000 – 2 Weeks. [5]
   UK: 33 – Apr 2000 [6]
   US: 4 – 08.04.2000 – 12 Weeks.[10]

The Best Of Pantera

   US: 38 – 11.10.2003 – 5 Weeks.[11]