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The best album credited to Pantera is Vulgar Display Of Power which is ranked number 952 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2,668.

Pantera is ranked number 428 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 5,693.

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Pantera best albums

The following albums by Pantera are ranked highest in the greatest album charts:

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1.

Vulgar Display Of PowerUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1992Appears in:164 charts
Rank in 1992:18Rank Score:2,668
Rank in 1990s204Overall Rank:952
Average Rating:  77/100 (263 votes)
Comments: 16 comments
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Cowboys From HellUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1990Appears in:122 charts
Rank in 1990:21Rank Score:1,679
Rank in 1990s306Overall Rank:1,427
Average Rating:  76/100 (205 votes)
Comments: 6 comments
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Far Beyond DrivenUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1994Appears in:52 charts
Rank in 1994:74Rank Score:631
Rank in 1990s600Overall Rank:3,095
Average Rating:  75/100 (117 votes)
Comments: 6 comments
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The Great Southern TrendkillUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1996Appears in:35 charts
Rank in 1996:90Rank Score:433
Rank in 1990s821Overall Rank:4,169
Average Rating:  72/100 (86 votes)
Comments: 4 comments
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United States Pantera
Year of Release:2003Appears in:2 charts
Rank in 2003:257Rank Score:134
Rank in 2000s2,481Overall Rank:10,415
Average Rating:  65/100 (21 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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Reinventing The SteelUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:2000Appears in:15 charts
Rank in 2000:242Rank Score:113
Rank in 2000s2,817Overall Rank:11,878
Average Rating:  65/100 (49 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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Power MetalUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1988Appears in:3 charts
Rank in 1988:549Rank Score:13
Rank in 1980s5,135Overall Rank:39,663
Average Rating:  65/100 (16 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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I Am The NightUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1985Appears in:5 charts
Rank in 1985:547Rank Score:8
Rank in 1980s5,990Overall Rank:46,559
Average Rating:  59/100 (15 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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Metal MagicUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1983Appears in:4 charts
Rank in 1983:625Rank Score:6
Rank in 1980s6,664Overall Rank:51,797
Average Rating:  57/100 (16 votes)
Comments: 3 comments
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Projects In The JungleUnited States Pantera
Year of Release:1984Appears in:3 charts
Rank in 1984:687Rank Score:5
Rank in 1980s7,198Overall Rank:56,273
Average Rating:  60/100 (11 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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Overall band rank: 428

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Pantera best tracks

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1.Walk
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 87/100 (69 votes)
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2.Cowboys From Hell
(from the album Cowboys From Hell)
 86/100 (55 votes)
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3.Floods
(from the album The Great Southern Trendkill)
 85/100 (18 votes)
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4.Cemetery Gates
(from the album Cowboys From Hell)
 85/100 (44 votes)
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5.This Love
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 85/100 (55 votes)
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6.Domination
(from the album Cowboys From Hell)
 85/100 (39 votes)
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7.5 Minutes Alone
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 85/100 (31 votes)
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8.Planet Caravan
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 85/100 (28 votes)
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9.I'm Broken
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 84/100 (32 votes)
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10.Fucking Hostile
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 84/100 (47 votes)
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11.Mouth For War
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 84/100 (50 votes)
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12.Hollow
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 84/100 (43 votes)
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13.Becoming
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 84/100 (29 votes)
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14.A New Level
(from the album Vulgar Display Of Power)
 83/100 (46 votes)
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15.Strength Beyond Strength
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 83/100 (21 votes)
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16.Suicide Note, Pt. 2
(from the album The Great Southern Trendkill)
 83/100 (13 votes)
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17.Goddamn Electric
(from the album Reinventing The Steel)
 82/100 (6 votes)
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18.Great Southern Trendkill
(from the album The Great Southern Trendkill)
 82/100 (14 votes)
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19.Use My Third Arm
(from the album Far Beyond Driven)
 81/100 (14 votes)
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20.Revolution Is My Name
(from the album Reinventing The Steel)
 81/100 (5 votes)
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Pantera ratings

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73/100 (from 42 votes)
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From Fischman
Massively heavy thrash metal outfit; fast, harsh, and uber aggressive. You want extreme heavy, look no further.
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Some of the heaviest and best (metal) music ever written.
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From Strangel
Pantera played their part in ridding me of my anger cathartically as a youngster. Now I look back on them with a shrug and wonder why I needed to listen to such aggressive gnashing of the teeth. Having said that, they didn't write a bad thrash tune. Vulgar is one of the top albums from this genre and Cowboys was a solid album that gave them wider recognition. They begin to lose their relevance from around Far Beyond which I didn't mind as an album. Their version of Planet Caravan was an interesting listen. I saw them live in Australia at their height and had opportunity to meet Phil. I went to introduce myself and he just screwed his face in this imbecilic silent growl. I immediately lost respect for the twat at that moment and whilst I judge the music on its merits I look back at the band with not too much fondness.
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From zags7000
Cowboys From Hell & Vulgar Display are masterful. After that it can get hit or miss but still plenty to like. One thing that is constant going back to Metal Magic & Projects in the Jungle is Dimebag's guitar. Even on those albums that are not really good at all, Dimebag makes them at least worth one listen. He was and forever will be the greatest metal guitarist ever & one of the greatest regardless of genre. We will always miss you Darrell.
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From Smithy98
Pantera may have to be my favourite heavy metal, really.
Cowboys From Hell is probably one of the best heavy metal songs of the 90's and all time.
They have other tracks that I have heard but they not all at the top for me, songs such as Cowboys From Hall and This Love are probably my only favourite Pantera songs, Walk and Becoming aren't half bad, also.
But yeah, Pantera are my favourite heavy metal band and they're the only band (that are heavy metal) I actually like.
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They're pretty good, but I find them highly overrated, and this is because they are almost always put in front of much more talented bands.
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Few bands can truly reinvent metal music. Pantera just might have done it better than anyone else, and it all started with Cowboys.

True, the follow-up album might be the angriest album ever recorded, but it only hints at what Phil Anselmo's vocal range is capable of.

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I sailed on a day cruise with my old buddies from Turku, Finland to Mariehamn, Åland Islands - where we would board our skipper's yacht and cross over back to mainland in due course - two summers ago and what do you know: a tribute band called Plantera (from Gothenburg, Sweden if memory serves me right) had a gig in town the vey night we arrived.

Of course I told everyone to come check it out with me. I was myself half-joking, not really expecting much. I mean I don't really listen to music much these days, let alone metal. And some hobbyist posse trying to imitate Phil's register AND Darrell's guitar virtuosity?

Please...

Well, they all tagged happily along even though none of them had ever really - if at all - listened to Pantera back in the day. I guess we were all euphoric on drink and in anticipation of the upcoming days of sailing and mooring on random islands, and just wanted some place to fly the night away in any case.

At least I was, and just about perfectly sedated on deceptively tasty mixture of cheap red and coke, too, of which nickname I kept forgetting all the time, so I just started calling it oxymoron, the first thing that sprang to mind (ed. note: it's of course called kalimotxo and you should try it too if you haven't already - cheap AND good, there's god after all, eh?).

Trust me the whole house was on fire on that already warm summer night. Even my "big daddy" buddy who is something of a musiikkikyttä when he's borderline sober couldn't resist the temptation to mosh. It was surreal, but good fun.

And get this: back at the boat after the gig my friend's GF asks out loud that why aren't we listening to this sorta music all the time? Okay, she was well wasted - we all were - but she kept yakking the whole trip back to mainland about how fucking good the band had been.

She's a drummer herself, and used to tour with other bands (in a small scale), so I trust her judgment. Most of our little posse seemed to share her positive view anyways. As for myself, I only wished they would have played more stuff from Cowboys and Vulgar which I'm far more familiar with.

Yeah, guess I'm just one of those "the glass is half empty" -kinda people.

But suffice to say that nostalgia rarely feels that good. It sure brought back some fond memories. Never did catch real Pantera play but I'm sure they would have slaughtered Plantera (even when they were exceedingly good). That really says everything.

There's Pantera and then there's the rest. ;)
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Heaviest band of the 90s! Incredible that they were able to be such a success when metal was basically being persecuted. It was all grunge rock... except for Pantera! Dimebag is one of the most influential metal guitarists and he left us too early. Anselmo has some of the most "punch you in the face" vocals. Love this band. Instantly pumps you up.
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