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Pantera - The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 mp3 Performer: Pantera
Album: The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000
Country: UK, Europe & US
Released: 18 Dec 2015
Style: Heavy Metal, Sludge Metal, Thrash, Hardcore
Label: Rhino Records , ATCO Records, Elektra
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: R1 550793, R7 550793
Size MP3: 1644 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 580
Record Source: 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




Tracklist


1Uplift3:45
25 Minutes Alone5:50
3The Art Of Shredding4:20
4 Reinventing The Steel
5Strength Beyond Strength3:39
625 Years6:06
7Domination5:04
8Shedding Skin5:37
9Cemetery Gates7:02
10Death Rattle3:17
11Drag The Waters4:55
12Good Friends And A Bottle Of Pills2:54
13Mouth For War3:56
14Live In A Hole4:59
15Throes Of Rejection5:01
16The Sleep5:47
17Revolution Is My Name5:15
18We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time3:44
19Regular People (Conceit)5:27
20Medicine Man5:14
21 Cowboys From Hell
22 Far Beyond Driven
23Piss4:21
24(Reprise) Sandblasted Skin5:39
25Becoming3:05
26Planet Caravan
Written-By – William Ward, Terence Butler, John Osbourne, Frank Iommi
4:04
27No Good (Attack The Radical)4:50
28The Underground In America4:33
29You've Got To Belong To It4:12
30Use My Third Arm4:52
31Hellbound2:40
32Heresy4:46
33War Nerve
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
4:53
34Slaughtered3:57
35A New Level2:57
36By Demons Be Driven4:39
37 Vulgar Display Of Power
38Goddamn Electric
Lead Guitar [Outro] – Kerry King
4:56
39I'm Broken4:25
4010's4:49
41Clash With Reality5:16
42I'll Cast A Shadow5:23
43This Love6:32
44Living Through Me (Hell's Wrath)
Keyboards – Big Ross
4:19
45Rise4:36
46Yesterday Don't Mean Shit4:19
47The Great Southern Trendkill
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
3:47
48Hollow5:45
49Shattered3:21
50It Makes Them Disappear6:21
51Floods4:50
52Fucking Hostile2:49
53Primal Concrete Sledge2:13
54Suicide Note Pt. II
Vocals [Additional Screams] – Seth Putnam
4:44
55Psycho Holiday5:19
56 Bonus 7" Single
57Walk5:15
58 The Great Southern Trendkill
59Message In Blood5:10
60Avoid The Light6:27
61Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks7:01
62Cowboys From Hell4:07
6313 Steps To Nowhere3:37


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
081227953690Pantera The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 ‎(Box, Comp + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Al)Rhino Records , ATCO Records, Warner Music, eastwest081227953690US2015
081227953690Pantera The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 ‎(Box, Comp, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD)Rhino Records , ATCO Records, Warner Music, eastwest081227953690UK, Europe & USUnknown


Credits


  • A&R [Coordination]Derek Oliver (tracks: C1 to D5, G1 to H5)
  • Art DirectionBob Defrin (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Art Direction, Design"Wild" Jim deBarros (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Backing Vocals [Here and There]Dimebag Darrell (tracks: G1 to H5), Rex (tracks: G1 to H5), Vinnie Paul (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • BassRex (tracks: A1 to D5, G1 to H5), Rex Brown (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Booking [Agency]John Dittmar (tracks: G1 to J5)
  • Booking [European Agency]Ian Sales (tracks: G1 to H5), John Jackson (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Co-producerPantera (tracks: A1 to D5, G1 to H5, K), Sterling "Starling, Staggering, Struggling, Stumbling" Winfield (tracks: I1 to J5, L)
  • Cover [Cover Photo Courtesy]Zig Leszczynski (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Crew [Band Assistant/Video]Daryl Arnberger (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Crew [Buzz Driver]Tony "Fuckn" Wiggins (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Crew [Monitors]Frank "The W.O.P." Scrambologni (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Crew [Philip's Assistant]Howard Rapp III (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Crew [Production Assistant]Kim Van Loon (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Crew [Security]Chris "Crusher" Kinzy (tracks: I1 to J5), Val Bichekas (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Crew [Video & Band Assistant]Daryl "Bobby" Arnberger (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • DesignLarry Freemantle (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Design [Assistance]David Manteau (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • DrumsVinnie Paul (tracks: A1 to D5, G1 to J5)
  • Edited By, Sequenced ByRoger Lian (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • EngineerSterling Winfield (tracks: I1 to J5, L), Vinnie Paul (tracks: I1 to J5, L)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Matt Lane (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Engineer [Mix Assistant]Lamont Hyde (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Engineer [Monitor], CrewHeger Levine (tracks: G1 to H5), Kevin "Captain Cainvin" Gill (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Engineer [New Orleans Assistant]Sean Beavan (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Engineer [Sound]Aaron "Crank Wires" Barnes (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Engineer [Sound], CrewAaron "Ajax Maclarin Dallas Texas" (tracks: C1 to D5), Aaron Barnes (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Engineer [Studio Assistant]"Crank Wires" Aaron Barnes (tracks: G1 to H5), Sterling Winfield (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • GuitarDiamond Darrell (tracks: A1 to D5), Dimebag Darrell (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Guitar [Axe]Dimebag Darrell (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Illustration [Photo Illustrations]Exum (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Lacquer Cut ByIS
  • LegalDavid Codikow (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Legal [Representation]Gendler, Codikow & Carroll (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • LightingMark Coleman (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Lighting DirectorSonny "Lighting Bringer" Satterfield (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Lighting Director, CrewSonny "George" Satterfield (tracks: C1 to D5), Sonny Satterfield (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • ManagementKimberly Zide Davis (tracks: A1 to D5)
  • Management [Business Manager]Steve Cantrock (tracks: G1 to H5), Todd Gelfand (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Management [Tour Manager]Guy "Fucking" Sykes (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Management [Tour Manager], CrewGuy Sykes (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Management [Tour Manager], Technician [Bass], CrewGuy "Hardon" Sykes (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Management [Worldwide Representation]Andy Gould (tracks: G1 to H5), Kimberly Zide (tracks: I1 to J5), Walter O'Brien (tracks: G1 to H5), Walter O'Brien (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Mastered ByHowie Weinberg (tracks: I1 to J5), Ted Jensen (tracks: G1 to H5), Tom Baker (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Mixed ByPantera (tracks: A1 to B6), Terry Date (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Other [Merchandising] – Winterland Productions (tracks: G1 to J5)
  • Other [Merchandising], CrewDaryl "Tongs, Thongs, Bob The Nob" Arnberger (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Other [Sound] – ML Procise (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Other [Studio Dog] – Grady "GD" Champion (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Photography ByJoe Giron (tracks: C1 to D5), Scott F. Caliva (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Photography By [Band Photo]Joe Giron (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Brad Guice (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Photography By [Digital Retouching By]Eric Altenburger (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • ProducerDimebag Darrell (tracks: I1 to J5), Vinnie Paul (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Producer, EngineerTerry Date (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByTerry Date (tracks: C1 to D5, K), Vinnie Paul (tracks: C1 to D5, K)
  • Producer, Mixed ByDimebag Darryl, Vinnie Paul (tracks: L)
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed ByTerry Date (tracks: G1 to H5), Vinnie Paul (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Recorded ByUlrich Wild (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Technician [Bass]Ragman Robert "How" Long (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Technician [Bass], CrewSterling Winfield (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Technician [Drum & Marijuana]John "The Katt" Brooks (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Technician [Drum], CrewJohn "The Cat, The Clown, The Clit" Brooks (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Technician [Drums], CrewJohn Brooks (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Technician [Guitar & Booze]Grady "Grand Dragon" Champion (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • Technician [Guitar], CrewGrady "Grand Dragon" Champion (tracks: C1 to D5), Grady Champion (tracks: G1 to H5)
  • Technician [Occasional Bass Tech], Crew [Leaner]Jeff Judd (tracks: I1 to J5)
  • VocalsPhilip Anselmo (tracks: A1 to D5, G1 to J5)
  • Written-By, Arranged ByPantera (tracks: C1 to F6, I1 to L)


Notes


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.

Piss:
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.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Box Text): 0 81227 95368 3
  • Barcode (Box Scanned): 081227953683
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  • 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


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Copyright (c) – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Recorded At – Pantego Sound Studio
  • Recorded At – Chasin Jason Studios
  • Recorded At – Nothing Studios
  • Mixed At – Carriage House Studios
  • Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Future Disc
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Capitol Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO


Album


Формируйте собственную коллекцию. Listen free to Pantera The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 Cowboys from Hell, Primal Concrete Sledge and more. 57 tracks 269:31. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue their 1990 album Cowboys From Hell, Pantera debuted their signature sound and invigorated the metal scene while enlisting legions of devoted fans around the world. For the next decade, the band continued to ascend to the top of the music world, earning four platinum albums and, with 1994's Far Beyond Driven, a 1 debut on the Billboard album chart. To celebrate Pantera's raucous legacy, Rhino will release both a new 5-CD boxed set and single disc compilation. The Eagles & Van Halen Studio Albums Box Sets - Продолжительность: 5:39 Mark P. Recommended for you. Judas Priest Complete Albums Collection - Продолжительность: 2:27 Michelangelo Gräser 12 COMPLETE STUDIO ALBUMS 1990-2000, compiled of Cowboys From Hell 1990, Vulgar Display Of Power 1992, Far Beyond Driven 1994, The Great Southern Trendkill 1996, and Reinventing The Steel 2000. Audio CD December 18, 2015. The box set includes the five albums that have given Pantera their name for brutality and sheer anger. Cowboys From Hell, Vulgar Display of Power, Far Beyond Driven, The Great Southern Trendkill and Reinventing the Steel. These all come on individual coloured vinyls. Not only do you get them, you also recieve a coloured 7 single that includes two songs. The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000. Pantera discography all. History of Hostility 2015. Live at Dynamo Open Air 1998 2018. The Complete Studio Albums. loading notes. The Great Southern Trendkill. Show disc notes. Click to enlarge. Additional site navigation. Safety Centre. The following is a discography of Pantera, an American heavy metal band. Pantera formed in the early 1980s and released four studio albums in their early years through its own record label, Metal Magic Records. The band's major-label debut, Cowboys from Hell 1990, peaked at number 27 on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart, and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America RIAA. The following year, Cowboys from Hell: The Videos was released it included video clips produced. An unboxing video for The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 can be seen below. Speaking about PANTERA's commercial success following the release of the band's 1990 major-label debut, Cowboys From Hell, bassist Rex Brown told the Do You Know Jack radio show: Everything was kind of changing at that point. All the hair bands and all that kind of stuff. Everybody was kind of stale


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"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.
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.
Personally, I would also add entries for the individual records. All copies aren't likely to stay together forever.
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.
You made me run and compare CFH. My copy of the gatefold reissue sounds perfect, even on side 3. Compared with the box and the Brazilian 90's release. The gatefolds reiusses are the best, but they MUST be the US versions. The European versions sound lower and opaque. The brazilian release comes with insert.
Fair enough. If what you say is true and there is an outro on the OG beyond the 6:15 mark then I'll believe you. As for the latest gatefold and boxed set version - there is not. Nor is there on the single LP version in the boxed set which, supposedly, is the same as the OG. It's my understanding after much research (and purchases) that the OG single LP vinyl length could not accommodate Suicide Note Pt. 1 and that the outro (heard at the 6:15 mark for 45 seconds) was an add-in after the vinyl masters were made. If I see an OG vinyl I'll grab it and re-verify. Too bad we can't have the best of this entirely on vinyl though. :(
the original 96’ vinyl pressing has the Floods outro intact.
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.
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.
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.
My copy of the boxset also has plain white inner sleeves for "Cowboys from Hell" and "Far Beyond Driven" without a lyric sheet, and this confused me. Since my copy of the boxset is second-hand, I figured the previous owner might've screwed something up, so I've went and watched a couple of unboxing videos of this boxset on Youtube.Unfortunately, this is "working as intended" -- in other words, the boxset was indeed manufactured with plain white sleeves for these two albums. I've got no idea why the record company has decided that it's a good idea, because it sucks. Given that "Great Southern Trendkill" copy in this boxset omits some music, I'll be definitely looking for a separate 2LP pressing of it, and maybe other albums as well.
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
I don't like the sound at all. Sounds like mastered from the CD. I have the CFH double, which sounds much better.
I feel like these are definitely lacking in some of the sonic quality that a double would have allowed the room for. I had to turn the volume up on my player, which I don't have to do often. And the mix feels a little more lacking in low-end than I thought it would have. Other than that they are clear sounding, and have a good mix. Everything is present in the mix, but definitely has left me wanting more.
Want to buy this to get all records at once cheap....But I prefer first press :/
What is the limitation on this boxset? Where can I see that?
No limitations. They have lower sound compared with the gatefolds, but the sound quality is perfect, they were cut by MPO!!!!
Hmm let me think for a second... Umm, I do.
Nowhere. No one knows how many were pressed. Who cares anyway?
Haven't given any of the albums a spin yet, but immediately noticed that one of my records was mislabeled - my copy of the Great Southern Trendkill received a (strangely color-matched) label for Far Beyond Driven. I verified that the number etched in the inner ring of the record matches that on the spine of the album cover - and it does so I'm not overly concerned about it. Hopefully I can get the pics posted.
My copy of FBD came in blue wax. I don't know why doesn't come with an insert...
I received mine yesterday and the labels are all correct.
holy Texas cow!! you´re right! in the pic Far Beyond driven come in gold color.... but it must be blue! it´s problem in all prints?
I'm really disappointment when dont see the " Suicide Note Pt 1 " track list.. 1st press lp has 1 lp and contains all tracks !! i dont understand.. Fuck!!
no way man. the 1st press of the great southern trendkill (1996) never have Suicide note 1 . because the long time running of the recording of all grooves
Where the hell is Suicide Note Part 1? Why would they cut out an entire song?
I believe it was because they had to compress the album onto a LP, and they would have had to turn it into a double if they included that. Not 100% sure though. I know I was disappointed to see it not on there. Also the guitar at the end of 'Floods' hasn't been included. Has to be an issue with fitting it all on one vinyl.
No problem getting the records out of the box. They fit fine for me.
Does Cowboys From Hell skip at all during Shattered, Clash With Reality and Medicine Man? The 2-LP Rhino release sure as hell does.
Why would this version skip exactly where the 2 lp issued by Rhino does? It's a different pressing!
Mine doesn't skip either. Did you wash it?
No it doesn't. Not for me atleast.
Does anyone know why they left Suicide Note Pt. I out?
Not enough room on the wax probably. They also cut the ending outro solo to "The Floods". This usually is for the sake of the album not having to be pressed on 2xLP because that would not only cost the factory more, but also the customer more. Along with causing for a bigger box to make room for a 2xLP. Also because if they kept those few extra minutes, sure would please some but also would cause for a bad pressing since too much grooves on one side of an LP, causes for a lesser sounding quality record, especially once the needle gets closer to the deadwax.
People are complaining about the box being 'tight'. It's a boxset people. That's how boxsets work - if it rattled every second it would be annoying & not well packaged. I mean they all are pressed on a single LP, 5 LPs, that are SAFELY stored into a well-produced box itself. I highly enjoy this boxset & feel there is no 'tightness', it's a boxset, that's how all boxsets arrive & should so, I would feel robbed if there was extra space in a boxset after paying that price, which is a steal considering just one of the 2XLP Rhino reissues is $24.99, might as well get all 5 of their later albums in one $99.99 buy, & a bonus 7". All on colored wax. In poly inner sleeves. In single jackets like some of them originally were released as.
So The US/UK releases share the same info in the deadwax? There's no difference?
Do the records come with printed Inners?
Cowboys from hell original 1990 vinyl never had a inner sleeve, so don´t worry the Factory respect all the original artwork.
Not all, VDOP and RTS have printed inner, GST has an insert, the other two have no innersleeve or insert.
Why did they make the box so super tight? Leaving all records in the box will end with damaged covers or a bad ringwear at least.
Unbelievably tight. I fear that given many plays the covers are going to become knackered. Shame
Is there a UK and USA press of this? Is the box really THAT tight? I was thinking of ordering from UK, but is they are the exact same in US, I'll just buy it locally. How do all the single LPs sound?
I cannot find something about the limit. But the sound is great imo. Nice box!!
Limited to how many? Hows the sound quality on these?
Bought this in the UK. Sleeves not tight at all. The box however is!!! Getting just 1 LP out is quite difficult. easier to remove them all. Sound is decent but nothing spectacular. Nearly 30 mins a side will do this. Vinyl is very quiet tho.
i just entered the matrix etchings and after placing back all the vinyls i can confirm that the box is too tight.
I listened to VDOP and FBD and they sound really good. I guess they used the original 1LP masters. But I haven't heard the 2LP releases, so I have no comparison.
It's the box itself that is too tight. The sleeves are alright.
Is it causing an issue? Too tight in the box? Or too tight around the record? Have you heard the vinyl? I'm wondering how the single LPs sound compared to the 2 LP releases
I heard that the sleeves are too tight.