If you want explosive power, you can certainly either try the X-Comp training or even a straight Westside program. Check out the periodization articles by Dave Tate at t-mag and his website www.elitefts.com for more info on how they structure their programs.
These are both good options and people respond well to them. If you want another one, try this. Go no higher than 6 reps in your training at all. On leg days, do some Olympic lifting (cleans and snatches) before you do your deadlifting and squatting. On upper body days, incorporate some upper body plyometric training, medicine ball work, and of course use only explosive speeds. I would rather see you alternate 3 weeks of this type of training with a general hypertrophy program with reps between 6 and 10 using accentuated pauses, but your goals are a little unclear. You also sound like a relative beginner (I may be wrong), so I question whether you have enough experience to do olympic lifts, squats, and deadlifts correctly. If this is the case, you probably also won’t respond very well to heavy weights. If you are in fact a beginning trainee, you would do better to develop a base of hypertrophy in a more balanced program before you move on to power training.