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View Poll Results: Favorite Pantera Album?
Metal Magic 1 2.22%
Projects in the Jungle 0 0%
I Am The Night 0 0%
Power Metal 4 8.89%
Cowboys From Hell 7 15.56%
Vulgar Display of Power 14 31.11%
Far Beyond Driven 8 17.78%
The Great Southern Trendkill 10 22.22%
Reinventing the Steel 1 2.22%
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:27 AM
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I went with Vulgar. That album just blew everyone away at the time and it was one of the lone shining beacons of light in the dying metal scene in the 90s. In fact, i'll go as far as to say that if this album wasn't released, the future of the metal genre would've have been in serious trouble. I know some of you youngins might not understand that, but if you were around at that time you know exactly what i'm talking about.
Pah. All this "dying metal scene in the '90s" stuff is total bullshit. People need to stop repeating it like they're quoting Rolling Stone or something. Sure it wasn't as popular as it was in the '70s and '80s, but there were a fuckton of awesome albums and awesome tours throughout the whole decade. It was a great decade for metal.
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:17 AM
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Pah. All this "dying metal scene in the '90s" stuff is total bullshit. People need to stop repeating it like they're quoting Rolling Stone or something. Sure it wasn't as popular as it was in the '70s and '80s, but there were a fuckton of awesome albums and awesome tours throughout the whole decade. It was a great decade for metal.
The only thing more bullshit than this is the fact that Reinventing The Steel has zero votes.
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:48 AM
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Power Metal for me. Also, agreed with ravenheart. Lots of great stuff happened in the '90s. No doubt that Pantera helped metal, but did they single-handedly save it? No.
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:26 PM
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I think the whole "Pantera saved metal" thing is really just about metal in the mainstream. If anything I think the '90s is probably the most important decade for underground metal, as that's when it really started diversifying, along with the end of the '80s.
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I think the whole "Pantera saved metal" thing is really just about metal in the mainstream. If anything I think the '90s is probably the most important decade for underground metal, as that's when it really started diversifying, along with the end of the '80s.
Pretty much this. The 90's is when things like Stoner Metal, Black Metal and Death Metal were really taking off. But if you're talking metal in the mainstream, yeah, there were better times than the 90's.
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I think the whole "Pantera saved metal" thing is really just about metal in the mainstream. If anything I think the '90s is probably the most important decade for underground metal, as that's when it really started diversifying, along with the end of the '80s.
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not to necro post... but i dont see all the hype for vulgar display. that album bores me to tears. it has some good songs, but i really lose interest fast.
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not to necro post... but i dont see all the hype for vulgar display. that album bores me to tears. it has some good songs, but i really lose interest fast.
I'm bored by it now because I've listened to it so fucking much, but in 1992 that shit was awesome.

And that new song they released from it last year...that was terrible.
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