Pantera Power Metal Album
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Release Date: 03/01/1988
Tracks in Power Metal: Rock the World, Power Metal, We'll Meet Again, Over and Out, Proud to be Loud, Death Trap, Hard Ride, Burnnn!!!, P*S*T*88, Down Below
Power Metal Album Tracklist:
- Rock the World Lyrics
- Power Metal Lyrics
- We'll Meet Again Lyrics
- Over and Out Lyrics
- Proud to be Loud Lyrics
- Death Trap Lyrics
- Hard Ride Lyrics
- Burnnn!!! Lyrics
- P*S*T*88 Lyrics
- Down Below Lyrics
The Beginning of a New Direction | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 9/5/13
And...Phil Anselmo appeared.
They were sick of Terry Glaze's obsessions; while "Dimebag" and company wanted to play a kind of tougher "heavy metal", subsisting lot of "thrash metal" bands, he only sought with a "hair/heavy metal" musical group.
And the boys couldn't stand him to any further extent so...Phil Anselmo appeared. And the result doesn't changed their principles; well, "POWER METAL" sounds wilder and stronger, thanks to Mr. Anselmo voice. It seems to me that he wanted to be like Rob Halford when he screamed (and that's impossible).
The blows are the same: intense "heavy metal" hymns like "Rock the World", "Proud to be Loud" (co-written by Marc Ferrari) or "We'll Meet Again" (an unknown Phil); the approximations to "thrash metal" and the later style of "COWBOYS FROM HELL" "Over and Out", "Power Metal", "Burn!" and the adjustment of brutal "Down Below". A rarity: "P.S.T.-'88", where "Dimebag" sang in it. It was the initial blastoff of a new direction along the music business to this band.
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