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Rebel Meets Rebel
s/t
October 2006
Released: 2006, Big Vin Records
Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewer: Celtic Bob

This could easily be dubbed the long lost follow-up to Pantera’s COWBOYS FROM HELL disc. It has a tinge of the southern rock elements mixed into the metal. With the band comprising of three quarters of Pantera how could it not sound like it? Take an outlaw country singer and add him into band you are in for one hell of a time.



REBEL MEETS REBEL has some really great tunes on it and it is good that Vinnie decided to release it for the fans to hear. From the beginning you are in for some pure heavy music. The disc opens with “Nothin’ To Lose” which is one heavy song with typical Dime guitar. Just imagine a rough voiced country singer singing “CFH” and that is what this is all about. The most memorable tracks here are easily “Cowboys Do More Dope” and “Get Outta My Life”. David Allen Cole’s vocals gels with the music perfectly. The gritty essence is perfect when mixed with the distorted guitar work of the late Dimebag. A must for any fan of CFH or Dime.
Track Listing

1. Nothin' to Lose
2. Rebel Meets Rebel
3. Cowboys Do More Dope
4. Panfilo
5. Heart Worn Highway
6. One Nite Stands
7. Arizona Rivers
8. Get Outta My Life
9. Cherokee Cry
10. Time
11. No Compromise
12. N.Y.C. Streets

Lineup

David Allen Coe
Vinnie Paul
Dimebag
Rex Brown

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Rebel Meets Rebel
s/t
October 2006
Released: 2006, Locomotive Records/Sound Pollution
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: Anders Sandvall

This is an album released by the ex- Pantera members Darrell, Paul and Brown together with the old country/western singer David Allan Coe. This was the last album Dimebag did before his tragic death a couple of years ago. The music style isn’t unexpected for the hardcore fans of Pantera even though it’s quite different from what Pantera sounded like. Rebel Meets Rebel treats us with a delicious dish of southern country/western/blues along with the trademark Pantera riffs.



Even though the album has its ups and downs the songs that are absolutely worth listenening twice to are “Nothing To Lose”, “Rebel Meets Rebel”, “Get Outta My Life” and “Time”. Every single one of those songs are really heavy country/Pantera metal with Dimebag in the middle throwing bone-braking scull crushing guitar riffs in the way only he could deliver them.



David Allan Coe’s whiskey soaked hoarse voice along with Vinnie Paul’s furious drum play works brilliant together. In the second track there’s a crazy violin-player that can’t keep up with the rest of the guys, it sounds like the poor bastard is high on speed when he plays, that’s how fast it goes from time to time. Dimebag shows his more sensitive side in the semi-acoustic and slower “Panfito” and “N.Y.C Streets”. Even though most of the material feels solid as a rock there are a few lows in “Cowboys Do More Dope”, “One Nite Stands” and “Heart Worn Highway” but luckily they aren’t so many.



This album lies absolutely in the outside of their discography and outside of what Pantera normally did but its fun, warm and intense to listen to. It makes you smile to hear Dimebag play like he used to so it doesn’t matter. I can strongly recommend this album to every fan of Pantera and it’s a great way of remembering the great and late Dimebag, a guitar hero for many out there.





http://www.soundpollution.se
Track Listing

Nothin To Lose
Rebel Meets Rebel
Cowboys Do More Dope
Panfito
Heart Worn Highway
One Nite Stands
Arizona Rivers
Get Outta My Life
Cherokee Cry
No Compromise
N.Y.C Streets

Lineup

Dimebag Darrel – guitar
Vinnie Paul – drums
Rex Brown – bass
David Allan Coe – lead vocals

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Rebel Meets Rebel
s/t
October 2006
Released: 2006, Locomotive Records/Sound Pollution
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: Anders Sandvall

This is an album released by the ex- Pantera members Darrell, Paul and Brown together with the old country/western singer David Allan Coe. This was the last album Dimebag did before his tragic death a couple of years ago. The music style isn’t unexpected for the hardcore fans of Pantera even though it’s quite different from what Pantera sounded like. Rebel Meets Rebel treats us with a delicious dish of southern country/western/blues along with the trademark Pantera riffs.



Even though the album has its ups and downs the songs that are absolutely worth listenening twice to are “Nothing To Lose”, “Rebel Meets Rebel”, “Get Outta My Life” and “Time”. Every single one of those songs are really heavy country/Pantera metal with Dimebag in the middle throwing bone-braking scull crushing guitar riffs in the way only he could deliver them.



David Allan Coe’s whiskey soaked hoarse voice along with Vinnie Paul’s furious drum play works brilliant together. In the second track there’s a crazy violin-player that can’t keep up with the rest of the guys, it sounds like the poor bastard is high on speed when he plays, that’s how fast it goes from time to time. Dimebag shows his more sensitive side in the semi-acoustic and slower “Panfito” and “N.Y.C Streets”. Even though most of the material feels solid as a rock there are a few lows in “Cowboys Do More Dope”, “One Nite Stands” and “Heart Worn Highway” but luckily they aren’t so many.



This album lies absolutely in the outside of their discography and outside of what Pantera normally did but its fun, warm and intense to listen to. It makes you smile to hear Dimebag play like he used to so it doesn’t matter. I can strongly recommend this album to every fan of Pantera and it’s a great way of remembering the great and late Dimebag, a guitar hero for many out there.





http://www.soundpollution.se
Track Listing

Nothin To Lose
Rebel Meets Rebel
Cowboys Do More Dope
Panfito
Heart Worn Highway
One Nite Stands
Arizona Rivers
Get Outta My Life
Cherokee Cry
No Compromise
N.Y.C Streets

Lineup

Dimebag Darrel – guitar
Vinnie Paul – drums
Rex Brown – bass
David Allan Coe – lead vocals

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