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Par Szanza TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 15 décembre 2012
Format: CD
Cet album sorti juste avant Cow-Boy from hell constitue un album de transition entre la période glam et le Pantera nouveau des années 90. Au final un album entre titres mid-tempos et morceau plus speed (maiden , judas priest...) , rien de mémorables mais un album qui offre un moment plutôt agréable et se laisse écouter . Pour ceux qui souhaiteraient découvrir le passé du groupe renié par lui même allez y sans réserve.
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HASH(0xa325edc8) étoiles sur 5 Pantera : Proud To Be Loud In 1988 7 février 2006
Par Alex - Publié sur
Format: CD
What you think of this album(if you can find it) will depend on if your a hardcore fan or not. As for myself, I love Pantera!! They changed the path of metal with skull crushing albums like VULGAR DISPLAY OF POWER, FAR BEYOND DRIVEN, and REINVENTING THE STEEL. But 1988's POWER METAL sounds alot like a mix between early Metallica and Judas Priest(Not that thats a bad thing). Alot of people forget that Pantera were a run of the mill hair metal band in the early 80's with albums like I AM THE NIGHT and METAL MAGIC. POWER METAL is different though, it is the first to feature Phil Anselmo on vocals and the whole band go for a more heavier approach. Dimebag Darrell plays phenomenal guitar work here(As usual) and even sings on the last song P.S.T 88 and sounds alot like early James Hettfield singing. Songs like OVER AND OUT, WE'LL MEET AGAIN, DOWN BELOW, DEATH TRAP, HARD RIDE, and BURNN show that with Phil Anselmo on board there was alot of gelling going on. So I would just have to say to listen to POWER METAL with an open mind if your not a hardcore fan, because it really isn't anything like their later work. It is really interesting and exciting to see where one of the best bands of metal started from, and then to see how far they went. I highly reccomend! ROCK IN PEACE DIME
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HASH(0xa329e6cc) étoiles sur 5 Pantera Almost Found Themselves 5 novembre 2007
Par A. Capistrant - Publié sur
Format: CD

Power Metal (1988)

Review: After a fateful meeting with James Hetfield, Diamond Darrel wanted Pantera to get heavy. "I Am The Night" in '85 was still glam, but wanted to get metal. Getting better. Now after hiring new vocalist Phil Anselmo, Pantera wants to achive an excellent level of metal.

They did it. Despite the corny looking cover picture, this is actually really decent. The previous Pantera albums were heavily glammed up, but here Pantera ditched almost all of that and replaced it with fast and high paced drumming, excellent bass, intricate thrash riffs, and metal vocal shrieks. This isn't Power Metal, no, this is a re-awakening. Phil's vocals here are intense and the shrieks are just right. Phil really had what it takes back then and it shows! Diamond's leads are just killer. Every lead here is definetly worth it alone. Listen to the thrash riffing in the tune, one of my Pantera favorites, "Over and Out". Pantera delivers all out excellent thrash. It's all out menacing. There are a few glam moments here, but are so few and far in between. With tunes like "Over and Out" and "Death Trap", Pantera got their wish to be metal. Even in the final tune "P.S.T. '88", Darrel sings here and had a pretty decent voice.

Overall, Pantera's soul searching came to a near end here. It wasn't till two years later when Pantera reached their pinnacle and finally found themselves. I Highly recommend Power Metal. The only shame is that Pantera ingnored this just because of the silly picture. This is an excellent album!
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HASH(0xa326803c) étoiles sur 5 And it all started HERE! 22 mai 2005
Par L Salisbury - Publié sur
Format: CD
After three RATT soundalike LPs (Metal Magic, Projects In the Jungle and I Am the Night) Pantera got Phil on vocals and gave us Power Metal. This sounds more like the band we all knew n loved in the 90s than their other 80s efforts but this 88 album still hardly predicts their 90s sound- although at times it does sound like a rough ROUGH blueprint for Cowboys From Hell. Worth buying for hardcore Dimebag fans.
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HASH(0xa32a40e4) étoiles sur 5 I am 18 years old and this beats modern Pantera 29 novembre 2011
Par oldtree - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
People say "it's only the old heads who saw pantera come out in their heyday who miss this band", that "this was glam/hair metal trash and only cowboys onward is pantera". Those people suffer from inferiority complex and can only understand the "BR00tal dude" Pantera of the 90s. This is PanterA's 4th album and first to feature vocalist Phill Anselmo on vocals. Too bad the whole band decided in the early 90's to act like the 80s stuff didn't exist(not manly and tough guy enough?), I love Cowboys from Hell through Reinventing the Steel era Pantera, but they are making a mistake when they ignore the magic of these 80's albums.

Most all the riffs on Power metal are incredibly catchy and sick. Dime sounds like Steve Clark and Pete Willis on steroids, mixed with a bit of KK Downign and Glenn Tipton.. and the drum sound on here is great, a nice organic bass drum sound, and Phil Sounds like a beefed up, hetero-Halford, putting on the best vocal performance of his career. One of the songs, Proud to be Loud is a little weak, but still a fun little anthem. If you love good old heavy metal with that magic 80s quality, than you must buy this cd.
HASH(0xa32a48c4) étoiles sur 5 A little heavier, a lot faster, but still not the Pantera you know 29 janvier 2011
Par Justin G. - Publié sur
Format: CD
Just about every metal fan knows the name Pantera. The Texas-based band was a huge metal presence in the `90s. In a decade when metal's popularity was in decline, the heavy, thrashing Pantera became almost a household name. What's less well-known is that the band had been active since the early `80s, recording a series of albums in the glam/hair metal style before releasing their 1990 breakthrough Cowboys From Hell.

Originally released in 1988, Power Metal was the band's fourth album, and the first to feature Phil Anselmo on vocals. It's also a noticeably different album than the first three Pantera releases. Power Metal seems much less like a Britny Fox album and is closer to bands like Helstar, Apocrypha and even Judas Priest. The band seems much more aware of the emerging thrash metal sound, and has incorporated a lot more of that speed and aggression on this album. It's still a world removed from their later sound, but you can definitely hear them heading in that direction. They still serve up some cheesy (but awesome) metal anthems like "Rock the World," "Power Metal" and "Proud to Be Loud." Like all the early Pantera albums, Power Metal has some very cheesy, very amateur cover artwork.

If you're a fan of Pantera's later, more popular albums hoping for more of the same, you're in for a shock with these early releases. Power Metal is much more likely to appeal to speed metal fans and serious collectors of obscure `80s era hard rock and heavy metal. If that's you, then chances are you're going to love this album.

NOTE: Power Metal was never officially released on CD, and it seems really unlikely that it ever will. What you're looking at here is a bootleg, which is fine if you just want to hear the album. Just make sure you know what you're getting and don't pay some "collectors" price for it.
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