Pantera - Power Metal


7.3 | 198 votes |
Release date: 1988
Style: Heavy metal

Owners:

230 have it
37 want it
1 trades it


01. Rock The World
02. Power Metal
03. We'll Meet Again
04. Over And Out
05. Proud To Be Loud
06. Down Below
07. Death Trap
08. Hard Ride
09. Burnnn!
10. P.S.T. 88

Line-up
Phil Anselmo - vocals
Dimebag Darrell - guitars
Vinnie Paul - drums
Rex Brown - bass

Guest musicians
Marc Ferrari - guitar

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Comments

Comments: 15   Visited by: 438 users
22.08.2010 - 01:52
Rating: 8
hedonist

Posts: 5
From: UK

This album is one of my guilty pleasures. It's a bit cheesy at times but good fun. It also features my favourite guitar solo of all time on We'll meet again. RIP Dime
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24.08.2010 - 04:51
warrior_of_ice

Posts: 166
From: Canada

Lol
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19.10.2010 - 01:20
Rating: 10
Xim
Rocker of Worlds

Posts: 273
From: Canada

This album is actually fucking awesome. I love it.
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19.06.2011 - 20:19
Rating: 3
godisdead

Posts: 84
From: USA
They were a hair band? Not a good album.
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18.07.2011 - 10:53
Rating: 8
MickeyDeez79

Posts: 33
From: Canada

Extremely underrated! Not as good as Vulgar Display or Far Beyond Driven, but a damned great album:banger2:
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14.08.2011 - 23:03
JÄY
Metal slave

Posts: 1463
From: USA

Damn... its actually pretty good... def underrated
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03.09.2011 - 10:33
Rating: 7
beyondtehdarksun

Posts: 157
From: Germany

Not bad... not bad!
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"We are blind to the world within us, waiting to be born"
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03.09.2011 - 12:59
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck

Posts: 39151
From: The Netherlands

Worst Pantera album
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Member of the true crusade against European Flower Metal

Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
Dawn Crosby (r.i.p.)
05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996

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15.12.2011 - 00:34
Rating: 7
blacktooth85

Posts: 154
From: USA

Written by godisdead on 19.06.2011 at 20:19

They were a hair band? Not a good album.


Is that your only argument? ... Is that they were a hair band? It sounds like you didn't know that. Have you actually listened to the album?
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19.01.2012 - 04:34
Haiwaan Das

Posts: 84
From: India

Very Enjoyable Album, I feel its more Heavy Metal than Thrash Metal. fast Guitar and bass work tho.
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19.01.2012 - 04:45
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook

Posts: 7347
From: Canada

Wow, your computer flipped a bitch.
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forever bummed out
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04.03.2014 - 23:49
pkillerjp

Posts: 122
From: USA

Always felt this album was sorta like Ram it Down era Priest worship with some early Metallica influence thrown in..it's definitely worth hearing mostly to see where they started pre-Cowboys, it's also way better than their really early stuff. You can also start to hear the potency of Dime's riffs on this as well..The influences are a bit too overpowering, lots of EVH worship mixed with 80s Priest.
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01.09.2014 - 08:23
Rating: 9
AlexanderTG

Posts: 16
From: Canada

This album is awesome, really showcases how Dimebag was developing as a guitarist, and was at the time when Phil was at his best as a vocalist.
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12.12.2014 - 15:39
Rating: 7
Sepulnation

Posts: 100
From: Chile

What a great surprise! I'm listening this album and it's awesome. Obviously not as good as CFH or VDOP but it's very interesting and enjoyable
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fuck shit up!
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04.07.2015 - 14:01
Rating: 10
Best Pantera album. Stuck in between their lame glam days and boring groove days, this is a true gem. Fun album to listen to.
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