Pantera added to the style of Thrash Metal with a collection of studio albums that started back in 1983 with their self-issued debut, Metal Magic. Over the years, Pantera released nine albums, of which the last five were best-sellers. Their final album was Reinventing The Steel, released in 2000.

On October 30, Elektra Records will revisit Reinventing The Steel with a 20th Anniversary reissue that will deliver the Pantera set in a new 3CD package. The 3CDs will contain a new remix of the album, a remastered version of the album, and a collection of bonus tracks that include non-album songs, and instrumental rough mixes.

Reinventing The Steel 20th Anniversary will be released on 3CD, DD, and 2LP Silver-colored 180g-weight vinyl (will contain new remix, and 8 bonus tracks). The 2LP set is limited to 5000 copies.

Reinventing The Steel (20th Anniversary Edition) – Pantera

CD1 (2020 Terry Date Mix)
01 Hellbound
02 Goddamn Electric
03 Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit
04 You’ve Got To Belong To It
05 Revolution Is My Name
06 Death Rattle
07 We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time
08 Uplift
09 It Makes Them Disappear
10 I’ll Cast A Shadow

CD2 (2020 Remaster)
01 Hellbound
02 Goddamn Electric
03 Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit
04 You’ve Got To Belong To It
05 Revolution Is My Name
06 Death Rattle
07 We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time
08 Uplift
09 It Makes Them Disappear
10 I’ll Cast A Shadow
Bonus Tracks (Radio Mixes/Edits)
11 Goddamn Electric
12 Revolution Is My Name
13 I’ll Cast A Shadow
14 Goddamn Electric

CD3 (Bonus Tracks)
Non-Album Tracks and Covers
01 Avoid The Light
02 Immortally Insane
03 Cat Scratch Fever
04 Hole In The Sky
05 Electric Funeral
Instrumental Rough Mixes – Previously unreleased
06 Hellbound
07 Goddamn Elecric
08 Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit
09 You’ve Got To Belong To It
10 Revolution Is My Name
11 Death Rattle
12 We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time
13 Uplift
14 It Makes Them Disappear
15 I’ll Cast A Shadow

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