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Pantera - Metal Magic album mp3
Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Pantera
  • Title:
    Metal Magic
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    1983
  • Size FLAC version
    1492 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1878 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1899 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
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    125
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Metal Magic is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on June 10, 1983 by Metal Magic Records. Like the band's next three releases, this album is musically oriented toward a glam/heavy metal sound influenced by Kiss and Van Halen, rather than the groove metal style they became famous for playing in the 1990s, starting with the release of Cowboys from Hell.

Metal Magic is the first album by the heavy metal band Pantera, released in 1983. Like the band's next three releases, this album was musically oriented toward a hard rock/heavy metal sound influenced by Kiss and Van Halen, rather than the groove metal style they became famous for playing in the 1990s, starting with the release of Cowboys From Hell.

Genres: Glam Metal Members: Terrence Lee, Dimebag Darrell, Rex Brown, Vince Abbott.

Tracklist: 1. Ride My Rocket, 2. I’ll Be Alright, 3. Tell Me If You Want It, 4. Latest Lover, 5. Biggest Part Of Me, 6. Metal Magic, 7. Widowmaker, 8. Nothin’ On (But The Radio), 9. Sad Lover, 10. Rock Ou. 5. Biggest Part Of Me. 6. Metal Magic. 8. Nothin’ On (But The Radio).

Credits

Rex Brown - Bass, Group Member
Diamond Darrell - Group Member, Guitar
Terry Glaze - Group Member, Vocals
Pantera - Primary Artist
Vinnie Paul - Drums, Group Member

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ride My Rocket Pantera
2 I'll Be Alright Pantera
3 Tell Me If You Want It Pantera
4 Latest Lover Pantera
5 Biggest Part of Me Pantera
6 Metal Magic Pantera
7 Widowmaker Pantera
8 Nothin' On (But the Radio) Pantera
9 Sad Lover Pantera
10 Rock Out Pantera

Monn
Long before Phil Anselmo had ever tasted a drop of alcohol too much and the Abbot brothers hadn’t become the conservative, white pride Southern supporters (a similar controversy employed also by Lynyrd Skynyrd), Pantera were a Hard Rock/Heavy Metal band designed to make positive, showy and hyped rock ‘n’ roll music. The band’s debut album, Metal Magic, comes from a long time, in 1983. If it had been recorded by British men, now it would be considered as a New Wave of British Metal classic. All the ingredients are in their place: pentatonic driven, rocking soloing by Darrel (still far from the future superhuman dual riffing of the band’s 90’s material), Judas Priest/Iron Maiden/Kiss worship, standard guitar tuning, ragged demo production and very amateurish, apathetic vocals by first singer Terry Glaze. The album includes scared rockers (in the sense that the band seemed almost fearful to rock), synth-driven pseudo-ballads (“Biggest Part of Me”), pseudo-epic rock codas (“Rock Out”) and even a bit of The Cars electronic Pop/Rock (“Nothin' On (But the Radio)”). It’s an album so ingenuous that it doesn’t even seem the same band who recorded “Fucking Hostile” and “The Great Southern Trendkill”… and, in many ways, it wasn’t. Recommended only for fans of such sonorities, since even the band rejected their past career prior to 1990.