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Artist: Pantera

Title: Metal Magic

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Pantera Metal Magic Album Cover

 

Category: Glammy Hard Rock

Year: 1983

Label: Metal Magic Records

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Personnel

Darrell Abbott guitar
Terry Glaze vocals
Vince Abbott drums
Rex Rocker bass

Only available on CD as a bootleg.

Tracks

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 Out  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: K.K. Date: October 8, 2003 at 3:52
Dlaczego Pantera w pewnym momencie kariery zaczęła grać takie gówno ?? A tu takie świetne rzeczy grali !!!

From: Date: October 8, 2003 at 3:52
Dlaczego Pantera w pewnym momencie kariery zaczęła grać takie gówno ?? A tu takie świetne rzeczy grali !!!

From: K.K. Date: October 8, 2003 at 3:52
Dlaczego Pantera w pewnym momencie kariery zaczęła grać takie gówno ?? A tu takie świetne rzeczy grali !!!

From: Hunt Date: December 7, 2003 at 18:03
The songs on this album sound like classic rock from the mid to late 1970's. You hear traces of Kiss, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin. The production is terrible, but the music is pretty good.

From: Dale Jones Date: December 28, 2003 at 22:07
Excellent album showing real traces of glam rock. classic rock metal.. Mixture of American and English influences..

From: Rattlesnake Date: December 9, 2004 at 6:36
RIP Dimebag

From: Trick Taylor Date: December 9, 2004 at 10:30
Though never a huge Pantera guy, I always respected Dimebag's playing. His passing is very sad, and maybe equally as sad is the inevitable aftermath. We are very lucky to be able to see bands, sometimes in intimate environments, play live. A rock show is an exercise in passion, empowerment, love and respect. It's where like-minded people gather to hear bands that speak to them. That pact is rarely violated to the point it was last night. May it never happen again.

From: CHIRO Date: January 13, 2005 at 16:31
DIME YOU ARE ALIVE MAN...!!!! IN EVERY ROCKER FAN YOU ARE ALIVE...

From: Josh Date: February 12, 2005 at 12:23
Early Pantera kicks ass!! I was wondering if anyone who was this album could burn me a cdr of it? I would throw you a few bucks or make a trade. tyrantsreighn@hotmail.com

From: Andrew Date: December 14, 2005 at 19:41
This is a solid work of early 80s AOR and probably their best recording with Terry Glaze. Top tracks include the title track, "I'll Be Alright", "Biggest Part of Me", "Widowmaker" and "Ride My Rocket".

From: Fat Freddy Date: October 26, 2006 at 11:40
"Glam-Tera's" debut album is an interesting historical piece but truthfully it's not a very good album (go for PROJECTS IN THE JUNGLE, I AM THE NIGHT or POWER METAL over this one). The production is absolutely terrible and the songs are average at best. You can tell this was an album made by teenagers trying to copy the sound of Def Leppard and Kiss. The intro to "Ride My Rocket" reminds me of Kiss' famed "You Wanted The Best, You Got The Best!" intro tape. They would become better with time!!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 6, 2008 at 20:02
Well, as we all know, Pantera's humble '83 debut is nothing like what they would become in the '90's. Metal Magic is made up of very average hard rock, like scrappy Crue or the most aggressive Twisted Sister. Really nothing special at all, but highly sought after since the band virtually disowned it. Standouts for me are "Ride My Rocket," "I'll Be Alright," "the smooth and melodic "Nothin' On But The Radio," and the frenzied title track.

From: metalalways Date: August 26, 2009 at 13:41
This Pantera CD sounds alot like KISS espically the first song Ride My Rocket i got this recently and i think it's rocks it may not be as good as Projects In The Jungle, I Am The Night or Power Metal but it still isn't bad either i love the song Nothin' On (But The Radio), Metal Magic, Ride My Rocket and Rock Out that song just flat out rocks this is very hard to find espically since the band disowns it i don't understand why their so modest and ashamed of their past because these first four CDS kick some serious ass and they rock hard i bet if the truth was known they had a lot of fun making these CDS at the time.


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