Pantera ‎– The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000

Rhino Records (2) ‎– R1 550793, ATCO Records ‎– R1 550793, Rhino Records (2) ‎– R7 550793, Elektra ‎– R7 550793
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, White
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Red
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Blue
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gold
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Orange
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Translucent Yellow
Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition

Trackliste Verberge Mitwirkende

Cowboys From Hell
A1 Cowboys From Hell 4:07
A2 Primal Concrete Sledge 2:13
A3 Psycho Holiday 5:19
A4 Heresy 4:46
A5 Cemetery Gates 7:02
A6 Domination 5:04
B1 Shattered 3:21
B2 Clash With Reality 5:16
B3 Medicine Man 5:14
B4 Message In Blood 5:10
B5 The Sleep 5:47
B6 The Art Of Shredding 4:20
Vulgar Display Of Power
C1 Mouth For War 3:56
C2 A New Level 2:57
C3 Walk 5:15
C4 Fucking Hostile 2:49
C5 This Love 6:32
C6 Rise 4:36
D1 No Good (Attack The Radical) 4:50
D2 Live In A Hole 4:59
D3 Regular People (Conceit) 5:27
D4 By Demons Be Driven 4:39
D5 Hollow 5:45
Far Beyond Driven
E1 Strength Beyond Strength 3:39
E2 Becoming 3:05
E3 5 Minutes Alone 5:50
E4 I'm Broken 4:25
E5 Good Friends And A Bottle Of Pills 2:54
E6 Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks 7:01
F1 Slaughtered 3:57
F2 25 Years 6:06
F3 Shedding Skin 5:37
F4 Use My Third Arm 4:52
F5 Throes Of Rejection 5:01
F6 Planet Caravan
Written-By – William Ward*, Terence Butler*, John Osbourne*, Frank Iommi*
The Great Southern Trendkill
G1 The Great Southern Trendkill
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
G2 War Nerve
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
G3 Drag The Waters 4:55
G4 10's 4:49
G5 13 Steps To Nowhere 3:37
H1 Suicide Note Pt. II
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
H2 Living Through Me (Hell's Wrath)
Keyboards – Big Ross*
H3 Floods 4:50
H4 The Underground In America 4:33
H5 (Reprise) Sandblasted Skin 5:39
Reinventing The Steel
I1 Hellbound 2:40
I2 Goddamn Electric
Lead Guitar [Outro] – Kerry King
I3 Yesterday Don't Mean Shit 4:19
I4 You've Got To Belong To It 4:12
I5 Revolution Is My Name 5:15
J1 Death Rattle 3:17
J2 We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time 3:44
J3 Uplift 3:45
J4 It Makes Them Disappear 6:21
J5 I'll Cast A Shadow 5:23
Bonus 7" Single
K Piss 4:21
L Avoid The Light 6:27

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Sticker on front reads: "LIMITED EDITION VINYL BOX. Includes Five Studio Albums On Colored Vinyl. Plus Bonus 7" Featuring "Piss" and "Avoid The Light"

The catalog number R1 550793 is taken from the box and R7 550793 is taken from the bonus 7" only available with this set.

Warning to owners and re-sellers who have a loose / stray copy of [i]Piss[/i] / [i]Avoid The Light[/i] 7 inch yellow record and colored versions of the albums as well: please *DO NOT* add them as a separate entries, as they were only and exclusively released for this boxed set.

Cowboys From Hell:
Recorded at Pantego Sound Studio, Pantego, Texas.
Mixed at The Carriage House, Stamford, Connecticut.
Atco Records, Division of Atlantic Recording Corporation, ℗ © 1990 Atlantic Recording Corporation.

Vulgar Display of Power:
All lyrics © 1991 Power Metal Music / Cota Music, BMI. Administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
Recorded & mixed at Pantego Sound Studio, Pantego, Texas (R.I.P.)
ATCO Records, Division of Atlantic Recording Corporation, ℗ © 1992 Atlantic Recording Corporation.

Far Beyond Driven:
All songs © 1993 Cota Music, BMI, administered by Warner-Tamerlane Music, except "Planet Caravan" © 1970 Tro-Essex Music International, Inc., ASCAP.
Eastwest Records America, Division of Atlantic Recording Corporation, ℗ © 1994 Atlantic Recording Corporation.

The Great Southern Trendkill:
Recorded in DWG, TX at Chasin Jason Studios.
Mixed in Los Angeles, CA at Larrabee Sound Studios.
Vocals recorded at Nothing Studios, New Orleans, LA.
Mastered by Tom Baker at Future Disc & Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound.
Seth Putnam appears courtesy of Earache Records. Big Ross appears courtesy of himself.
Eastwest Records America, Division of Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company.
℗ & © 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International for the world outside of the United States.

Reinventing the Steel:
© 2000 VDPR Music/Cota Music (BMI), administered by Warner-Tamerlane Music.
Recorded in DWG, TX at Chasin Jason Studios.
Mastered at MasterDisk.
Kerry King appears courtesy of Columbia Records.
This record is dedicated to Carolyn Abbott.
Elektra Entertainment Group Inc., a Warner Music Group Company.
℗© 2000 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp./VDPR Music (BMI).
℗ 2012 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

Avoid the Light:
Published by VDPR Music/Cota Music, Inc./Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)
℗ 2000 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

This collection ℗ & © Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Barcode (Box Text): 0 81227 95368 3
  • Barcode (Box Scanned): 081227953683
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): RFI-91372-A GI エ∽ MASTERED BY CAPITOL MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): RFI-91372-B GI エ∽ MASTERED BY CAPITOL MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): RFI-91758-A GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): RFI-91578-B GI エ∽ MPO MASTERED BY CAPITOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E): RFI-92302-A GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F): RFI-92302-B GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side G): RFI-61908-A GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side H): RFI-61908-B GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side I): RI-62451-A2 REI エ∽ MASTERED BY CAPITOL MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side J): RI-62451-B GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side K): R7-550793-A GI エ∽ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side L): R7-550793-B GI エ∽ MPO
  • Rights Society (C1 to F5, I1 to L): BMI
  • Rights Society (F6): ASCAP
  • Label Code: LC02982
  • Other (Cowboys From Hell catalog number): RF1 91372
  • Other (Vulgar Display Of Power catalog number): RF1 91758
  • Other (Far Beyond Driven catalog number): RF1 92302
  • Other (The Great Southern Trendkill catalog number): RF1 61908
  • Other (Reinventing The Steel catalog number): RF1 62451
  • Other (Piss / Avoid The Light catalog number): R7 550793

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081227953690 Pantera The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000(Box, Comp + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Al) Rhino Records (2), ATCO Records, Warner Music, eastwest 081227953690 US 2015 Diese Version verkaufen


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17. Dezember 2018
geändert 10 months ago
"Cowboys" sounds better here than the original 1990 cd. Slightly warmer, richer and punchier.

"Vulgar" becomes a matter of taste, the original 1992 cd has a bit more air to it (typical pre-remaster 90's cd) but also maybe a bit thinner. This ends up being a matter of digital/analog taste. Either you like the original 90's cd sound (after all, this album was made in the big-time cd-era, but still recorded on analog tape), or you go for the more analog sounding vinyl here and lose a bit of top-end, which can be a blessing.

"Far Beyond Driven" is the worst sounding record here. Flat, muddy and dull at a very low volume gives this album NO justice. The original 1994 cd, or even better: the double Rhino R1 92302 vinyl is definitely the pick here, as it sound exactly like this album is supposed to sound: POWERFUL, dynamic, crystal clear and beautiful.

"Trendkill" sounds much better than the 1996 cd. The drums really comes out here and it has much better dynamics than the thin sounding cd. I personally like that they have edited out Suicide Note pt. 1 and the outro of Floods, as I never liked them (I mean, go ahead and listen to Led Zeppelin in the studio, but don't copy them and put it on the record.) I never felt they belonged on the record, and their absence here makes this album better than ever, as it becomes a more focused and heavy record. Good riddance, and a great upgrade.

"Reinventing the Steel" is the same as for "Trendkill", a absolute upgrade soundwise from the cd, for the same reasons as mentioned above. Punchier and more PANTERA.


10. November 2018

My only complaint with this collection is that on the great southern trendkill they omitted suicide note pt 1 and the outro solo to floods, however that being said it is cool to have the albums on coloured vinyl i may end up buying the black vinyl true to the cd version of trendkill at some point though we shall see.


10. März 2018
geändert about 1 year ago
Personally, I would also add entries for the individual records. All copies aren't likely to stay together forever.


15. Januar 2018
geändert about 1 year ago
I just bought this set recently and so I thought I’d do a little review. I also recently bought the gatefold Rhino Pantera reissues – all of which were double LP except Reinventing the Steel (RTS). I’ll refer to the other albums as Cowboys From Hell (CFH), Vulgar Display Of Power (VDOP), Far Beyond Driven (FBD) and The Great Southern Trendkill (TGST) similarly. I should also mention that I own all the originals on CD and have been a fan since CFH was released (I learned of their earlier stuff far later). Some comparisons to the gatefold reissues may be mentioned as well as my recollection of the original albums I had some time ago. I have not spent enough time to compare these sonically to the gatefolds. Even if I did I would convince myself the gatefold double lps are better because isn’t more always better? No, is the answer. That brings me to my reason for buying this set. Side 3 (particularly Clash and Medicine) of the CFH gatefold reissue was so atrocious that I bought another, then another and then I gave up. I figured maybe buy the box set so that’s what landed me here. Getting back to sonics – they sound just fine (probably great in my mind). I run all my vinyl in a very modest system – a Denon DP-300F with an Ortofon Blue cart – pre-amp disabled as to use the one in my system which is an Emotiva XSP-1 preamplifier going to 2 Emotiva BASx amplifiers powering 2 zones – one with Polk Ti300 towers and the other is Klipsch. Visually these records are pretty cool. I must note the artwork is identical in terms of quality to the gatefold reissues Rhino did. The fronts and backs are indiscernible (no barcodes on the box sets jackets). TGST has a different track listing than the gatefold but more on that later. They are all colored – which I am a big fan of. Now for the stuff everyone seems to care about – the rest of the product. I’m trying hard to NOT be a collector. I’m a listener. However I do love a complete product. The first Rhino reissue that pissed me off was in the Dio box where they left out a printed insert for The Last in Line. By the way – they did the same for the very recent reissue of that same album on blue vinyl. Just sayin’. Ok – so for CFH… nice white vinyl probably to match the band and album name logo (could have gone white/black marble but whatevs). I’m seeing some comments about the lack of a printed insert. It’ true. No printed insert. I’m 99.9% sure my original CFH did not have one neither. Note that the gatefold reissue DOES have printed inserts but it’s just black with the Pantera logo. Nothing that special except that the gatefold does have lyrics printed inside the gatefold but hey… that’s why you pay extra for gatefolds. Next up is VDOP. It DOES have an insert and it is, in fact, a printed sleeve. Looks like the original. On the gatefold it was doubled up (duh) to be one black and one white. The record is translucent red, I guess, to match the red of the album logo. Next up is FBD. Blue record. No printed insert. However – I do not recall there ever being a vinyl release of this with the blue skull cover (at least in the USA). There was a limited issue of the brown vagina cover that DID have a printed insert and that was also brown. But for the blue – no. So I’m not really mad there is no insert for this. In fact I am almost disappointed they manufactured this at all instead of going with the brown cover with the proper insert but its fine. Next up is TGST. It’s gold. Yes it has an insert but it’s not a sleeve – just a double sided sheet which looks just like what the gatefold has inside the gatefold. I saw somewhere there is a misprint on TGST label on the record but mine appears fine. As for the songs… here we go – the perpetual debate. As far as I know – there has NEVER been Suicide Note Pt. 1 on any incarnation of TGST vinyl except for the Rhino gatefold reissue. However – there is also the issue of the outro to Floods. The gatefold lacks this. This issue ALSO lacks the highly-loved outro. Guess you need to have the CD if you want Suicide Note Pt. 1 and the Floods outro. So for vinyl my opinion is that the gatefold reissue is the way to go. Lastly – RTS. It’s orange vinyl. Orange is fun. No printed insert but the gatefold did not have it neither probably because it’s a gatefold (lyrics are printed on the inside of the gatefold). In summary – I bought this mainly because of the botched side C of the CFH gatefold but I ended up also with some colored vinyl and Suicide Note Pt. 1. Was it worth it? I’m not sure but my wife sure wonders why I have so many duplicates of so many albums. What could Rhino do to make this perfect? Come up with printed inserts would rule but not a deal-breaker. I understand Suicide Note Pt. 1 will probably never happen (but Rhino certainly could have added it to the gatefold issue which has VAST amounts of dead vinyl begging for it). Oh yeah – the 7” of Piss was cool. This set reminds me of the Dio set. It’s adequate. They would do well to being in subject matter experts to ensure the product they think hits the spot does. I rate this set at a solid B.


12. Februar 2017
geändert over 2 years ago
This seems to be the red edition which is part of the 2015 reissue box-set, no original 1990 press. The barcode-number belongs to the box-set.


12. Februar 2017
geändert over 2 years ago
This seems to be the white vinyl edition which is part of the 2015 reissue box-set, no original 1990 press. The barcode-number belongs to the box-set.


30. Januar 2017
Do you have printed inner sleeves for Cowboys and Far Beyond? I have only for Vulgar / Great and Steel and have pure white inner sleeves for my favs.


29. Dezember 2016
How do these sound as single LPs? This band tends to have some longer songs & cramming them all on to two sides seems like it could make them suffer in terms of sonic quality


25. Juli 2016
Want to buy this to get all records at once cheap....But I prefer first press :/


12. April 2016

What is the limitation on this boxset? Where can I see that?