Pantera I Am The Night Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 03/01/1985
Tracks in I Am The Night: Hot And Heavy, I Am The Night, Onward We Rock!, D*G*T*T*M, Daughters Of The Queen, Down Below, Come-on Eyes, Right On The Edge, Valhalla, Forever Tonight
I Am The Night Album Tracklist
- Hot And Heavy Lyrics
- I Am The Night Lyrics
- Onward We Rock! Lyrics
- D*G*T*T*M Lyrics
- Daughters Of The Queen Lyrics
- Down Below Lyrics
- Come-on Eyes Lyrics
- Right On The Edge Lyrics
- Valhalla Lyrics
- Forever Tonight Lyrics
Great Conclusion | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 9/5/13
The last album with Terry "Terrence Lee" Glaze maintained the same musical technique than "PROJECTS IN THE JUNGLE", but tougher. It can shows just with the vocal testimonies, very close to the vocal style of Udo Dirkschneider (ACCEPT).
It's a mind-blowing "(pure) heavy metal" album with memorable songs, or anthems, if you prefer, like "Hot And Heavy", "Onward We Rock", "Right On The Edge"...
We got other "metal" shots as the sharp "Down Below", the "whitesnakedian" "Come-on Eyes" and the "PROJECTS IN THE JUNGLE" waste "Valhalla", which the band incorporated to this work. "Darrell Goes to the Movies/Daughters of the Queen" or the sweet ballad "Forever Tonight" gives more flexibility to the album.
This is a big f*****g "heavy metal" band. Few can rival with these guys, in other words.
Main review for this album | Reviewer: David Whitton | 8/10/07
Like their first two albums, I Am The Night also showcases Pantera as a glam-metal band, but unlike their first two albums, this album is heavier in sound than it’s two predecessors. Pantera’s thrash-metal influences on this record were more apparent, as some of the songs on this record show. This album also turned out to be one of Pantera’s biggest-selling independent albums, having shifted 25,000 copies in the US. This album also turned out to be the last Pantera album to feature Terry Glaze on lead vocals, who would leave the band the following year due to dispute over musical direction and be replaced by Phil Anselmo.
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