Pantera - Metal Magic mp3 album
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.
Слушайте и скачивайте pantera (metal magic, 1983) на Хотплеере в mp. Pantera - Metal Magic (1983) - Tell Me If You Want It 03:41. Pantera (Metal Magic, 1983) - Ride My Rocket 04:52. Pantera - Widowmaker (Metal Magic 1983) 03:01. Pantera (1983-Metal Magic) - 0. atest Lover 02:53. iggest Part of Me 04:45. ad Lover 06:11. Pantera (1983-Metal Magic) - 1. ock Out 05:42. etal Magic 04:13. Pantera - Metal Magic (Metal Magic 1983) 04:14. Pantera - Metal Magic (1983) 42:02. Pantera - . atest Lover (Metal Magic 1983) 02:53. Pantera - Metal Magic (1983) Full Album 38:37.
This album fails on every conceivable level, an impressive feat for a band that would one day rule the 90s metal scene. Where the band falters most on this album is in their astoundingly bad musicianship. A common misconception is that the legendary Dimebag Darrel Abbot performed lead guitar on this album. This is entirely false, as it was in fact Diamond Darrel Abbot who played on the album. Diamond was the larva that would eventually metamorphose into the Dimebag we know and love. On Metal Magic, as is characteristic of larva, Diamond is a mere shadow of what he would become
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So is Metal Magic worth listening to? Well, maybe, but only as a curiosity (unless you’re a huge glam metal fan). The songs are definitely derivative of KISS and Ratt, and Glaze’s vocals are pretty generic. Even if you make it past the sex moans in I’ll Be Alright and the KISS-meets-KISS progressions of Latest Lover, the power ballad Biggest Part of Me is unlistenable. But yeah, the best thing about Metal Magic is that it shows how much room Pantera had for improvement. Loudwire contributor Jon Wiederhorn is the co-author of Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal, as well as the co-author of Scott Ian’s autobiography, I’m the Man: The Story of That Guy From Anthrax, Al Jourgensen’s autobiography, Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen and the Agnostic Front book, My Riot! Grit, Guts and Glory. Pantera Albums Ranked. You Think You Know Pantera?