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On the frontlines: Pantera's Rex Brown remembers the 90s

What does Pantera bassist Rex Brown remember from metal's wildest decade?

What was the general feeling in the Pantera camp when the 90s dawned?

“One word: indestructible. It was us against the world and we gave everyone the big middle finger. A lot of people didn’t know what to think of us when Cowboys From Hell came out [in 1990], but then we did 338 days on the road, took three weeks off and went into the studio and started making Vulgar… That was just a fuckin’ mindblowing experience. All these riffs coming out of us… man, it was insane. I listened to it and thought, ‘Holy shit, what have we done?’”

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