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THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

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4 stars I'll admit to being a huge Maiden fan, so I was already on board when it comes to the "The Number of the Beast"/"Remember Tomorrow" single. They are one of the few bands whose full albums I can listen to at one time. I'll talk about "Remember Tomorrow" first because it's less famous than the title track. Like many Maiden fans, I much prefer Dickinson as a singer. I rarely listen to Maiden's first two records.

However, I really enjoyed "Remember Tomorrow". I can see why the band replaced Di'Anno, although he can sing. His voice really suits this song for once. The song is a refreshing change of pace from the typical Iron Maiden sound. If you a Maiden fan, you know "The Number of the Beast". It's one of the band's most famous songs, for good reason. I probably don't need to discuss it any further. For me, progressive heavy metal doesn't get any better than Iron Maiden. If "Remember Tomorrow" is relatively unfamiliar to you, this singe is well worth your time.

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