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Iron Maiden


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1 stars Iron Maiden's seventh son of a seventh son was the most advertised album in its marketing.

As far as advertising and logo artwork this album had all the bells and whistles. It was advertised at Tape World on a tape display showing the Iron Maiden logo.

The album was once more purchased as a vinyl series they let out some more than decades afterwards. The album is the most commercial sounding without any sudden or bursts in the tracks.

The commercial tracks are in the mind as the album cover suggests and actually making sense on the choice of track titles and content. This should not leave anyone to question Iron Maidens makeover progress.

The album though is not progressive and once more an album choice in Iron Maiden related to prog just because they have influences in other prog musicians will not let them off the hook so to speak.

The band started it with a land that is far more ancient than their background in the non-sensical album powerslave and now are trying to save their lives in their mind in this album.

This album is a stay away from album and a waste of consumer choice.

A performance based group that could not pay a servant lineage in reference to perform with them--The band is/are a nuissance, the eat shit or die young attitude. All that has to be done as mentioned with Metallica is not buy this album.

A group such as Iron Maiden is best kept to themselves, it was considered to be persecuted by the Catholic Church---think about it even the consideration is enough to stay away from. The album is not a necessity== be banned altogether?? They are proving to be wicked thieves such as the many others as mentioned in their generation stealing thoughts so they are not judged.

Canadians especially should be very careful at embracing and allowing the sales of these albums revealing a continuum that is in consequence. The common sense is simple to understand and encourages generation aside thought cooperation.

thewickedfall | 1/5 |


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