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  • Audio CD (9 Feb 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: ATLANTIC
  • ASIN: B00015VVNE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,761 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  2. Breathing New Life 3:49£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. New Found Power 3:25£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Pride 4:17£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen  6. Reborn 4:02£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen  8. Save Me 3:34£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen10. Crawl 5:29£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Blink Of An Eye 4:18£0.79  Buy MP3 
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New Found Power is the debut album from Damageplan, but those involved are by no means amateurs. After the break-up of Pantera, guitarist Dimebag Darrell and drummer Vinnie Paul teamed up with vocalist Pat Lachman (formerly of Diesel Machine and Halford) and bassist Bob Zilla to keep the metal dream alive. As expected, Pantera's influence looms large--an aggressive one-two punch of crunching riffs and heavy beats. But, as if keen to distance themselves from their former band, they add a few new sounds to the mix. "Pride" and "Save Me" each display a bit of post-grunge introspection, while "F*** You" updates their sound by incorporating the rapid-fire beats of Slipknot (and even features a guest spot by Corey Taylor). For the most part, though, Damageplan stick to what they know best, which is straightforward thrash metal ("Explode", for example, is perfect mosh-fodder). Inevitably, Pantera fans will bemoan the loss of Phil Anselmo, but New Found Power should get Damageplan the attention of a whole new generation. --Robert Burrow

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Spider Monkey HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 Dec 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Being a huge Pantera fan it was a foregone conclusion that I would buy Damageplan's album at some point. But it's unfair to compare this to Dimebag's and Vinnie's previous band as this is a different beast.

You still get the raw drumming beloved of Pantera fans and Dimebag pulls out his trademark guitar squeals and divebombs here, but the vocals are different enough to keep things interesting and the music is of a different nature.

I love `F**k You' with that awesome riff at the start before it kicks into a fast drum/bass/guitar combo, with the angry lyrics spewing over the top. Great stuff. I also enjoy `Pride' which is one of the softer tracks on offer, but still heavy enough for most metal fans. It's no softer than some tracks by Pantera (I'm thinking `This Love') and for those detractors to discount the band based on this and similar tracks is unfair.

I am a huge Pantera fan and feel their loss as keenly as other fans, but taken on it's own merits this is a solid metal album, that offers up some fast, heavy tracks to keep most people happy. It is unfair to mark this down in comparison to the previous bands heritage and I happily listen to this as some storming metal in it's own right. With the death of Dimebag we'll never know where this band may have gone, but based on this album it can only be a good place. Give it a try with open ears and make up your own mind.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Rhind on 10 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
for pantera fans looking for more awesome riffs, guitar solos and raw vocals, this is not what you would expect. New found power is a decent album, but it lacks the cutting edge that pantera had. Dimebag is nowhere near his best with only a few notable moments, the song writing sounds rather new metal and lacks originality. The singer on this album does display immense talent on a few stand out tracks such as pride, but he lacks a consistent character. Im not sayin its a bad album, but i think it would be better to download the stand out song "pride" than to spend money on an album which probably wont live up to your expectations.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kalgoroth on 16 Feb 2004
Format: Audio CD
A warning to those Pantera fans hoping the rumours that Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul's new band were basically just more of the same: it is true, but only in the way that they have taken all the power, vitriol and spit from their old band and discarded it somewhere safe (or perhaps Phil took it with him for SJ?), just leaving them with the sense of a half-decent riff and kick-ass solos. Really there is nothing more to Damageplan than that, and I have to say that I for one am quite disappointed. There is nothing wrong with the album per se - as a debut CD for a new band it still impresses - but somehow even supposedly 'aggressive' songs like 'F**k You' manage to sound fairly tame, even with help from Zakk Wylde and Corey Taylor. The super-slick production job does not help, sometimes even evoking the sound from Corey's 'side project' band Stone Sour. In fact I would attribute this as 'New Found Power''s biggest weakness, the fact that it sounds like every other metal album you've ever heard before, there is simply nothing to make it stand out from the ever-increasing crowd of Pantera wannabies. What made the Texans so special was their 'don't give a f**k' attitude which is so dearly missed on this CD, in fact I would go as far to say some songs, like 'Save Me', smack of blatant commercialism. Oh, and Pat Lachmann? Again, nothing wrong with his voice, save that it's nothing I haven't heard on a Soil or Spineshank CD. Overall, let's just say good, but could have done WAY better, boys.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "arunsmith667" on 16 Feb 2004
Format: Audio CD
Youll notice straight away that ive given em 3 stars. Ill tell you why no beating around the bush. These guys can do better so much better. My Fave pantera album is Great Southern Trendkill. It is absolutely amazing its heavy and beautiful at the same time. Theres so many different sounds and floods is by far there best song. Back to damageplan its similar to Reinventing the steel. It just seems rushed and absent of soul. The hardcore pantera fan will be disappointed. The new singer just has not got the power, dave williams RIP springs to mind. Who are they trying to appeal to, damageplan is no pantera, yeah theres solos and all that but there not amazing and the riffs. Im sure they can play them asleep. Its very nu metal in its approach. Slipknot fans will love it Coreys presence is very evident. Theres nothing really wrong with this album, people who are new to the scene will love it. But if your like me, youll be bored after a couple of listens. Its NOT going to have the life span pantera albums have the exception being Reinventing the steel. Christ theres also a single in the waiting with Save Me which was just horrible.
Hopefully i will love this one day. But that day wont be anytime soon. Buy it but dont expect it to change your life. Try Down or even Super Joint Ritual instead.
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By R.Taylor on 6 July 2013
Format: Audio CD
I'm a huge fan of all of Dimebag's work. Damageplan is nothing like Pantera,since Dime and Vinnie aimed for a new style, but I really like how diverse the band is. From light, and mellow songs, to slow and heavy. I think that Damageplan could have done very well if Dime was still alive to this day. The best song of the album I'd say is Pride. Patrick's vocals are brilliant, and Dime's solo is magnificent. Same for 'Save Me' The vocals, and rhythm of the song. I've learned almost every song from the album, and Dime's techniques are very unique, and different from the techniques he used in Pantera. Overall, I'd give the album a four star rating. It's a very enjoyable album.
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