I like all pantera but this is my personal favorite album.
ITUNES CHANGE THIS!
ITUNES, CHANGE THIS. The title is LIVE IN A HOLE, NOT LIVE IN HOLE!
By Tejas son
Pantera are still a great influence and will be so for years to come god bless dimebag and vinnie Paul, and god bless phill you’ve been through a lot. carry on brother
Okay, this happens on so many albums where every song is labeled explicit even though some aren’t. Walk for example has no bad words and is labeled that way. Please do something about this. GREAT ALBUM THOUGH. would recommend to anybody
Long live Pantera!!!!
By Music Heals...
One of the greats................
Great album! Pantera has always been my favorite band.. Dime did what Dime did best as far as the guitar parts go. Love it.
By Destroyer 21👾
Metal at its finest
Unneccessary Explicit Labels
By Aaron Nerf
Great album, but why is every song on the album labeled “Explicit”? Walk is labeled Explicit, but doesn’t have ONE bad word in the song. Please explain this.
Weak Display of Pantera's Power
The other albums are fantastic, so I don't know what went wrong here. It's pretty bland. I don't understand the praise for this album.
Even after all these years I laugh at this lame album (and the people who think it's good). I was 12 when I first heard this and saw right through the bravado and BS this album spews. Songs like Walk and F'n Hostile are the blueprint for dropouts with sleeveless shirts that hang around gas stations talking about what they are planning on doing with their trucks. The lyrics would be laughable if they weren't so obviously phony. Phil tries so hard to be the tough guy with all of his shouting but comes off more as a clown. The riffs are simplistic and trite. The only thing more overrated than this album is brother Darrell's guitar playing. Worse than that though is this album inspired crap like Korn and other nu metal bands to crawl out of the toilet and unleash mediocrity to the airwaves. I don't hate Pantera. They have moments of decency but this album contains none of those moments.