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BRAVE NEW WORLD

Iron Maiden

 

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4.01 | 375 ratings

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bluesynight
4 stars in every first rain i listing to this album from the beginning to the end.

its actually one of the first original albums that i ever had, my x girlfriends cat screeched this album 6 years ago, and i still have it. in this album Bruce Dickinson and the guitarist Adrian Smith have returned to the band. Adrian Smith left them after Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988), and Bruce Dickinson did some live albums with them such as A Real Live One (Live, 1993), A Real Dead One (Live, 1993), Live at Donington (Live, 1993), but the last non live album was Fear of the Dark (1992). and the really interesting part was that Janick Gers stayed with the band after Adrian Smith returned, so it was the first maiden album in witch they used 3 guitar players. all the songs are great(and i mean it!), the more notable songs are The Wicker Man that was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance, and the song Out of the Silent Planet(witch is my favorite maiden songs of all time), both of them were realist as singles.i dont know if i can call it prog, well lets face it its Heavy metal, but its still god dam good!! there is something special about maidens music, something that makes them... THEM, maybe its the amazing vocal, maybe its the not to complicated but yet beautiful guitar riffs, maybe its the amazing and energetic drumming, maybe its the brilliant lyrics, maybe its eddie ;), but my guess is that its all of this things together!

maiden is like wine, its get better with age!!!

bluesynight | 4/5 |

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