Band Name: Pantera
Album Name: 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell
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Originally released on DVD in 1999, this updated version features the same content, all of Pantera's VHS home video releases, plus Pantera Live From Monsters Of Rock In Moscow. The addition of Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound alone makes this collection worth buying. The DVD's also feature videos, live performances, and the band's personal footage filmed on the road.|
For those that missed the original DVD, this is a must for any Pantera fan. The DVD features both live and studio videos, commentary from all members of the band. What Pantera video wouldn't be complete without drugs, alcohol, swearing, mayhem and nudity? This has all that and more.
The first DVD (Cowboys From Hell Videos) features everything from the bands first national tour. Although the band don't look too much different from their glam days, they rip shit up with live performances of "Heresy" and "The Art Of Shredding" plus studio versions of "Cowboys From Hell," "Psycho Holiday" and "Cemetery Gates." The rest of the DVD is pranks, nudity and alcohol consumption. Although not as good as watching them perform, the outtakes and behind the scenes commentary is hilarious.
The second DVD (Vulgar Video) has live performances of "Domination" and "Primal Concrete Sledge". It also contains studio versions for "Mouth For War," "This Love" and the classic pit anthem "Walk'. Aside from the videos and outtakes, there is footage of the band before they take the stage at 'Monsters of Rock'.
On 'Watch It Go', there are no full length videos of the live songs which is a little disappointing. It does contain studio versions of "I'm Broken", "5 Minutes Alone", and the making of the video, "Drag The Waters" along with Black Sabbath's "Planet Caravan." The destruction of the backstage at the venues along with all the other crap is worth the price of the DVD alone and proves Pantera were the original Jackasses long before Johnny Knoxville lit his nuts on fire.
If you own the 1999 version, the updated version is well worth it for the improved sound quality alone, not to mention the extras contained on 'Watch it Go'.
Review by: Jason Fisher
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