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Iron Maiden


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3.82 | 430 ratings

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4 stars From a progressive standpoint, this album would rank pretty low. But I'm going to rate it as music, not necessarily prog.

Anyways, this album was a very good debut and Paul's vocals work well for the quick but raw sound of the first albums. This album is a little bit punk, little bit metal (truly BNWOHM)

Phantom of the Opera: 5/5: best on the album, actually kind of progressive Transylvania: 5/5: incredibly cool instrumental song Prowler: 4/5 Runnign Free: 4/5 Iron Maiden: 4/5 Charlotte the Harlot: 3.5/5 Remember Tomorrow: 3/5 Strange World: 2/5 - not that I mind balads, but nothing interesting about this one.

Most of the songs sound kind of similar, a very raw BNWOHM sounds. However, they are all unique, and there are a couple with some slower parts that really showcase Paul's vocals. It is an excellent debut trying out some different stuff, and I really enjoy it, so overall:


G_Bone | 4/5 |


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