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Iron Maiden - Powerslave CD (album) cover


Iron Maiden


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4.13 | 753 ratings

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2 stars The album powerslave was bought as enhanced with footage and video. The album cover is done with an obvious replacement-- servant lineage has to give to Iron Maiden. This group is as racist as they come and does whatever they can to complete the perversion towards the servant.

With this focus in mind the album dissolves quickly with rapid changes in what has become a progression yet there are not any synthesizers nor pedals, effects in use as a medium to the listener. The tracks are repetitive and lack any real surprises in comparison to their previous albums.

The too big for your britches is a downfall to this recording. Their performance could be well received, as an album recorded they should have avoided the obvious pitfalls many groups fall into, doing too much to distract the listener. The track titles don't make any sense while the background music is the Iron Maiden run as fast as you can style or go with more than is possible to escape any punishment and lest the rest dissolve.

The album recoded vague on my enhanced compact disc and should be told to customers. The artwork is more of a stand out and draw inwards than their sound--the recordings are not professional.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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