Official Live: 101 Proof
Released July 29, 1997
Recorded 1996-1997
Label EastWest
Produced by Vinie Paul and Dimebag Darrell
Official Live: 101 Proof is the only official live album by Pantera. It was released on July 29th, 1997. It served as the only release between 1996's The Great Southern Trendkill and 2000's Reinventing the Steel.

Album InformationEdit

The first fourteen tracks are live recordings of songs from previously released studio albums (starting with Cowboys From Hell); the last two songs ("Where You Come From" and "I Can't Hide") are new studio recordings. Official Live: 101 Proof reached #15 on the Billboard Top 200 charts.

The track "Dom/Hollow" is an amalgamation of parts of "Domination" (originally from Cowboys) and "Hollow" (originally from Vulgar Display of Power). The band played "Domination" leading into "Hollow" virtually every time they played either song live.

The track "Hostile" is simply a live version of "Fucking Hostile" (from Vulgar Display of Power) with a shortened title.

The album cover is meant to look like a whiskey bottle label with 101 Proof referring to alcohol content and No 5 referring to the brand (Like Jack Daniels Old No 7 brand) and the fact that this is their 5th release (Starting from Cowboys From Hell and not counting their four earlier independent albums)


  1. A New Level
  2. Walk
  3. Becoming
  4. 5 Minutes Alone
  5. Sandblasted Skin
  6. Suicide Note, Pt. 2
  7. War Nerve
  8. Strength Beyond Strength
  9. Dom/Hollow
  10. This Love
  11. I'm Broken
  12. Cowboys from Hell
  13. Cemetery Gates
  14. Hostile
  15. Where You Come From
  16. I Can't Hide