To coincide with the 20th anniversary of their iconic album “Vulgar Display of Power”, PANTERA will release a the first-ever vinyl reissue of their long-out of print EP “Walk”.
From a press release:
To continue the year-long celebration of the 20th-anniversary edition of Pantera’s “Vulgar Display of Power”, Rhino has announced the first-ever vinyl release of the band’s “Walk” EP. The six-track collection will be available on red and black swirled vinyl as a limited edition of 2,500 copies on November 6 for a suggested retail price of $16.98. The vinyl will be available exclusively at Hastings and FYE stores, as well as a few additional music retailers.
In May, the “Walk” EP was made available for the first time in the U.S. at all digital retail outlets for a suggested list price of $3.99. Previously released in Japan in 1993, the six-track EP includes two “Cervical” remixes of “Walk” by J.G. Thirlwell and “Biomechanical” remixes of both “Fucking Hostile” and “By Demons Be Driven” by Justin K. Broadrick of the band Godflesh. The EP is rounded out by live versions of two tracks from Pantera‘s previous album “Cowboys From Hell”, the title track and “Heresy”, recorded live in Moscow at the Monsters of Rock in 1991.
1. Walk (Cervical Edit)
2. Fucking Hostile (Biomechanical Mix)
3. By Demons Be Driven (Biomechanical Mix)
4. Walk (Cervical Dub Extended)
5. Cowboys from Hell (Live)
6. Heresy (Live)