11 August 2014

Pantera - Cowboys From Hell (1994) [20th Anniversary Edition]


Disc 1:

1. Cowboys From Hell
2. Primal Concrete Sledge
3. Psycho Holiday
4. Heresy
5. Cemetery Gates
6. Domination
7. Shattered
8. Clash With Reality
9. Medicine Man
10. Message In Blood
11. The Sleep
12. The Art Of Shredding
13. Cemetery Gates (Edit) (Bonus Track)
14. Cowboys From Hell (Live) (Bonus Track)
15. Heresy (Live) (Bonus Track)
16. Domination (Live From Moscow) (Bonus Track)
17. Primal Concrete Sledge (Live From Moscow) (Bonus Track)
18. Cowboys From Hell (Live From Moscow) (Bonus Track)
19. Psycho Holiday (Live From Moscow) (Bonus Track)

Disc 2: Live Foundations Forum (1990)/(aLIVE And Hostile [EP])

1. Domination (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
2. Psycho Holiday (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
3. The Art Of Shredding (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
4. Cowboys From Hell (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
5. Cemetery Gates (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
6. Primal Concrete Sledge (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
7. Heresy (Live At The Foundations Forum 1990)
8. Domination (aLIVE And Hostile [EP])
9. Primal Concrete Sledge (aLIVE And Hostile [EP])
10. Cowboys From Hell (aLIVE And Hostile [EP])
11. Heresy (aLIVE And Hostile [EP])
12. Psycho Holiday (aLIVE And Hostile [EP])

Disc 3: Demos

1. The Will To Survive
2. Shattered
3. Cowboys From Hell
4. Heresy
5. Cemetery Gates
6. Psycho Holiday
7. Medicine Man
8. Message In Blood
9. Domination
10. The Sleep
11. The Art Of Shredding

Artist : Pantera
Country : USA
Release : Cowboys From Hell [20th Anniversary Edition]
Year : 1994
Genre : Heavy Metal
File Type : mp3 320
Download :  Get It Here


Although Vulgar Display of Power remains Pantera's best and definitive album, Cowboys from Hell was the creative breakthrough that set the stage for its conception. Not only were its demos responsible for getting Pantera signed to a major label in the first place, but its fresh musical perspective also gave them a much-needed blank slate with which to conquer the 1990s and, first and foremost, erase their 1980s failures. These failures were cataloged on no less than four independently released LPs packed with largely derivative and thoroughly unimpressive hair metal, and only the fourth of them even counted with recently installed lead vocalist Phil Anselmo, whose broader influences and irrepressible energy cannot be underestimated in altering Pantera's fate.


bringbackextreme said...

could some one please email me the link for the cowboys from hell anniversary edition please

Kammenos said...

Hello, if you provide a mail then I can send it to you !!! \m/

The L-RV said...


thank you!

Kammenos said...

Mail Sent.

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