Goddamn Electric

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"Goddamn Electric"
Single by Pantera
from the album Reinventing the Steel
Released January, 2000
Format CD single
Recorded 1999
Genre Groove metal
Length 4:58
Label Eastwest Records
Writer(s) Phil Anselmo
Vinnie Paul
Dimebag Darrell
Rex Brown
Producer(s) Pantera
Sterling Whitfield
Pantera singles chronology
"Revolution Is My Name"
(2000)
"Goddamn Electric"
(2000)
"I'll Cast a Shadow"
(2000)
Reinventing the Steel track listing
"Hellbound"
(1)
"Goddamn Electric"
(2)
"Yesterday Don't Mean Shit"
(3)

"Goddamn Electric" is a song by American heavy metal band Pantera. It was the second single from the band's final album, Reinventing the Steel. The song features an outro by Kerry King of Slayer. The song's lyrics mention Black Sabbath and Slayer, two bands that influenced Pantera's sound. In their greatest hits album "Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboy's Vulgar Hits", an article inside tells that in Ozzfest of 1999, the band met with King in one of the backstage bathrooms with some sound gear and had King record the outro and main riff with Dimebag and Rex.