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It's a damn shame that Vinnie doesn't rerelease these old classics through his new label so all Pantera maniacs can hear Dime's potential at such an early age. They would later replace Glaze with singer after singer until two years when they found singer, Phil Anselmo.
The drums stay consistent with a good beat. I love the guitar solo towards the middle to end of the song. His solos and overall guitar playing were a lot better back in the 80s then they were in the 90s.
This is one of my favorite songs on the album. Then, the song starts up, and income the riffs. The drumming is very fast, which is of course awesome. The vocals kind of sound a bit evil as well, as it is both Glaze and Dimebag singing at the sound time. We get another solo towards the mark of the song. This, as well as the next song, screams Judas Priest. One heavy as heel song! The chorus, which is sung by Dimebag, by the way is cool as shit as well.
Add another awesome solo from Dimebag, and you get another flawless killer of a song. The song stays pretty consistent. This song appears to be about a guy who wants to rescue a couple of princesses from and castle, Album) then make love to them.
Once again, this is Judas Priest worship all over. It kind of reminds me of their song, Eat Me Alive. The songs Album) out with another heavy riff, which you absolutely have to headbang to. I do it every time I listen to it. The drumming is lighting fast, which adds to the awesomeness.
Then, the solo comes, and you start swinging your long hair around. Well, I do anyway. However, since I like glam so much, I find nothing lame about this song. It has cool lyrics about sex, and is very catchy. The drumming stays consistent and heavy as well. The song has cool riffs, and is very catchy. The riffs and drumming are heavy as fuck. Glaze is probably at his peak vocally in this song, as even he contributes to the heaviness in this song.
Add another solo, Onward We Rock - Pantera - I Am The Night (Vinyl, and you get another perfect song. I love the chorus in this song. Dimebag performs yet another awesome solo. However, for a ballad this is very good. Anyway, the song stays consistent. Dimebag nails another cool solo in this song. This is probably my favorite ballad ever. However, there are moments where even a non-glam metal fan could appreciate this album.
And so Pantera's rise in quality continues as the 80's progressed. This is an "80's metal album" by definition as over half of the album is furious metal with only a handful of laid back, silly glam rock. There's nothing here as seizure inducingly awesome as the track, "Projects in the Jungle" but it's a more consistent album with more memorable songs than before and really only 3 that are worthless. I advise you strongly to skip that as the oddness will plant sheer terror in your subconscious.
The highlights for me would be the ultra catchy and heavy, "Right On The Edge", the manic speed metal of the title track and "Valhalla" which opens up into proto-Cowboys riffwork halfway through the song and whilst "Down Below" is indeed about oral sex, but like Priest's Onward We Rock - Pantera - I Am The Night (Vinyl Me Alive" is great speed metal.
They even nail the love ballad at the end, "Forever Tonight", which has a great atmosphere. Terry Glaze is yet again the weakest link but even he showcases more range in his vocals here which half the time are more shrieky and a bit Halford esque than the pure glam style he had on "Metal Magic". Too little too late tho as he was replaced a year after this album with some guy called Phil Anselmo.
As with all 80's Pantera if you can't stand the 80's sound in your metal don't bother with this, but if you're in love with it like me you need to hear this. The soundtrack to mildly-unsettling dreams Wrong Island Communications. Why Do The Birds Sing? Wrong Island Communications. From the ever-wonderful BBs at naive. The title track still gives us dancefloor goosebumps! If you like A Farewell to Reason, you may also like:.
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