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Reinventing The Steel

Pantera

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1
EXPLICITHellbound
Pantera
2:40
2
EXPLICITGoddamn Electric
Pantera
4:56
3
EXPLICITYesterday Don't Mean S**t
Pantera
4:19
4
EXPLICITYou've Got to Belong to It
Pantera
4:13
5
EXPLICITRevolution Is My Name
Pantera
5:15
6
EXPLICITDeath Rattle
Pantera
3:17
7
EXPLICITWe'll Grind That Axe for a Long Time
Pantera
3:44
8
EXPLICITUplift
Pantera
3:45
9
EXPLICITIt Makes Them Disappear
Pantera
6:22
10
EXPLICITI'll Cast a Shadow
Pantera
5:22
Total Playing Time    43:53
Reinventing the Steel is the ninth and final studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on March 21, 2000 by EastWest Records.

Reinventing the Steel contains lyrics mostly about the band itself, as on "We'll Grind that Axe for a Long Time" (where the band members tell about how they have kept it "true" throughout the years, while many of their peers "sucked up for the fame") and "I'll Cast a Shadow" (about Pantera's influence on the genre). There are also songs about their fans, like "Goddamn Electric" and "You've Got to Belong To It". "Goddamn Electric" mentions Black Sabbath, and Slayer, two of the band's main influences. The band members dedicated Reinventing the Steel to their fans, whom they viewed as their brothers and sisters.
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