This is my personal favorite Pantera album. Vulger Display of Power is a fitting and strong title, but it doesn't even come close to describing the emotional, and gut wrenching context of this album. Track number 11 is the most interesting and deepest feeling track on the album. The way it switches from mellow to full tilt metal is enough to pop your musical fuse. The lyrics, talking of a lost friend, brother, it could bring the biggest speed metal friek you know down to level. Then at 3:08 Dimebag Darrel works his mastery of metal to show just how much rage it took to write this song. Track four is the ultimat power trip. Walk, This song has the capabilitie to take the most calm and mild mannerd person you know, find the one angry disrespected spot inside of them, bring it to the surface and make them rage. This song accually got mefired from a job once. I could go on and on about this album, but If you haven't heard it and I havewn't convinced you to give it a listen the it doesn't matter anyway.