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Great Southern Trendkill Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (April 18 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Musicrama
  • ASIN: B000002HLY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,766 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Great Southern Trend Kill
2. War Nerve
3. Drag The Waters
4. 10's
5. 13 Steps To Nowhere
6. Suicide Note Part 1
7. Suicide Note Part 2
8. Living Through Me (Hell's Wrath)
9. Floods
10. The Underground In America
11. (Reprise) Sandblasted Skin


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By van Oos TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 1 2013
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Its Pantera.....its amazing. Excellent album, just another one of their classics. Recommended to all metal lovers and thanks amazon for the excellent service.
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By A Customer on Dec 12 2005
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This was an album people either love or hate. I love it. It's easily Pantera's darkest and heaviest artistic statement. It's got a real good flow to it, and doesn't just sound like a collection of songs like Cowboys From Hell or Far Beyond Driven does. The Highlights for me are "The Great Southern Trendkill" "Floods" "13 Steps" "Suicide Note Pt1 & 2." So If you're into dark, brutal metal, this album's for you.
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Pantera's fourth Album (note this review is 4.5 stars not just 4)
The Great Southern Trendkill is just a completly brutal album. This is unarguably Pantera's heaviest album. They took thier brutality to a new level just like the albums before this. At first you may be a little turned off by TGSTK attitude of being heavy for the sake of being heavy. However with all good albums most bad first impressions should fade quickly to unveil the masterpiece within. Highlights Include; The title track, Drag The Waters and Floods.
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In a time of weak p*ssy trends that dominate the music market, Pantera come back unscarred and unaffected with their most overlooked and underated album of all time The Great Southern Trendkill. On this album Phil Anselmo and Co. continue to stay true to their metal roots. Experimentation is within this album, from slow jam headbanging, to acidic guitars, to death metal riffs. The title track begins with an angry Phil screaming along Dimebag Darrell's charging riffs, and the speeding rhythm section of Rex Brown and Vinnie Paul. War Nerve has Phil madly raving against the media like a mad street preacher. Other great songs include Drag The Waters (my personal favorite), Floods, Suicide Notes 1 and 2, 10's, and Sandblasted Skin. Pantera rules, buy this album now.
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By Shawn on April 20 2004
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When people think Pantera, it's all Cowboys from Hell, and Vulger Display of Power, and with good reason. This album however should not be overlooked, as it is an amazing album in it's own right. Powerful, fast, loud, without neglecting slower more melodic songs such as one of my personal favorites,'floods'. The title track is fast heavy, and full of awesome time changes and beats. Dimebag really shines in this album as well with in addition to his faster solos, really displays his more melodic side with amazing solos such as the ones found in 10's and floods. An awesome album. If you like Pantera, this should be no exception.
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I've been a Pantera fan for years, and this CD still kicks ass, Far Beyond Driven and this are the best ones, BUY IT!
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I like Pantera a lot but like Slayer I keep the volume down because I dont want to disturb my parents.I think it disturbs them enough that they know I listen to this stuff but thats cool with me.I also dont listen to it very loud because its pretty loud to begin with and very rarely do I listen to music on my speakers really loud unless its something more accesible like Guns N Roses or Metallica.Still Pantera is a great band and this is a great cd.My favorite songs by far are Drag The Water Some More,Floods and the unbeatable title track but the other songs are really cool too.Some of them are slower than others but just as good.I love metal and Pantera is one of the best bands in the genre but my favorite is Slayer.This is still awesome though.
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I know, I know, you are all saying another metal head writing a review about a metal CD... right? because that is what i say when reading these reviews, but anyway, enough of that. This is a great CD for so many reasons. First, it was my "gateway" CD. Before this CD, i was listening to Metallica (Load era mind you) and thinking that it was so awesome and hard. Then I got this and was completely blown away. this CD pretty much encompasses my emotions of the time as well, so angry and against everything. This CD is also so differnt from anything else they have done, and I wouldnt be ashamed to call this experimental Pantera... They cover quite a range of songs on this CD, from both Suicide Notes, to 10s, there is not a song on this CD that i dont love. Dont get me wrong, I love all of their CDs post-power metal era (which they have conveniently shoved under the rug). I do hate phil though, I mean look at his choice of music... Superjoint? they suck! if he had to quit pantera, he could have at least stayed with down, they were awesome. Anyway, I love this CD, and you should buy it now (why doesnt Amazon have the American version?)
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