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Raja's Web Den|
Iron Maiden lyrics.
Iron Maiden guitar and bass tablature, organized by album.
Scott's Rock and Soul Album Reviews: Iron Maiden|
Reviews and analysis of the band's albums.
Northwest England's tribute to the music of Iron Maiden. Features UK gig dates and photos.
Contains pictures of the band, reviews, their discography, and biographies of the bad members.
The band's official page with album information, song clips, biographies, fan information and art, and news.
Rockdetector: Iron Maiden|
A biography on the band including full discography and links.
New Hampshire based tribute band officially recognized by Iron Maiden. News, photos, and show schedule.
The Masta's Iron Maiden Bass Tabs|
Bass tablature for Iron Maiden songs.
Piece of Mind|
Iron Maiden tribute band from Ohio. Pictures, reviews, and band lineup.
Dance of Death (Audio CD),09 September, 2003|
List price $11.98
Three top cuts and then a pile of dross / 2
Everything about this reeks of warning signs.
The cover art is garbage. The leaked ideas that this was to be their last album was garbage. Though the band weren't suicidal enough to seriously try to tour this album. Instead plumping for a greatest hits tour (documented w/live DVD and CD of course) of their early stuff which was so awesome. And also 25 years ago.
How this pile of well produced but utterly bland bunch of noises has averaged four stars over something like 400+ reviews is beyond me. There is no doubting the splendour of the first two tracks and the third tune, No More Lies, is also pretty good. My advice would be to download these three excellent, goose bump inducing tracks and then forget the rest. How seriously one band can just keep on repeating tired formulas relentlessly. Meaningless guitar attacks that sound like every other guitar attack they've done since around 1989 (ie tired and irrelevant) though we do get a slight lessening of the Steve Harris bass sound cringe. Meaning he has been forced to realise that if your going to rave about your guitar attack then it's probably a good idea for it to be louder than the bass guitar. Or perhaps somebody he actually listens has mentioned how his bass sound has ruined darn near every album they've put out in the last 15 years.
I give up. Such a wonderful and visceral band. Apparently they still cut it live, though Australian audiences would never really know since they've not toured here since 1991.....
Seriously, time for the farewell tour guys.
Song "The Trooper"
You'll take my life but I'll take yours too
You'll fire your musket but I'll run you through
So when you're waiting for the next attack
You'd better stand there's no turning back.
The bugle sounds and the charge begins
But on this battlefield no one wins
The smell of acrid smoke and horses breath
As I plunge on into certain death.
The horse he sweats with fear we break to run
The mighty roar of the Russian guns
And as we race towards the human wall
The screams of pain as my comrades fall
We hurdle bodies that lay on the ground
And the Russians fire another round
We get so near yet so far away
We won't live to fight another day.
We get so close near enough to fight
When a Russian gets me in his sights
He pulls the trigger and I feel the blow
A burst of rounds take my horse below.
And as I lay there gazing at the sky
My body's numb and my throat is dry
And as I lay forgotten and alone
Without a tear I draw my parting groan.
Amazon.com: The Number of the Beast [ENHANCED] [ORIGINAL RECORDING ...|
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful:. 5 out of 5 stars When Iron
Maiden achieved perfection, December 22, 2003 ...
Amazon.com: Iron Maiden [ENHANCED] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REISSUED ...|
One of those rare albums that is every bit as good as Iron Maiden's later efforts!
Worth the time and dough! 6 of 6 people found the following review ...
Iron Maiden - Satan Stole My Teddybear|
Review date: 05/2001. Back to top. Iron Maiden - Number Of The Beast ...
Review date: 01/2003. Back to top. Iron Maiden - No Prayer For The Dying ...
Current Issue: (Technician)
With her pack of Marlboro Reds and a lighter by her side, Brenna Leath excitedly pulls at the zipper of her Iron Maiden hoodie, talking about her weekend escapades. Her hot pink bangs are pulled up and back by a red bandana tied on top.
Pop and Rock Listings (New York Times)
'Brand New' Lover (Entertainment Weekly)
Our man at the NME feels Brand New -- after listening to the band's CD for the 176th time. Plus: an Arcade Fire world exclusive event, introducing the Stalkers, and the lowdown on the U.K. summer festival season
Hell's Angels (New Times Broward-Palm Beach)
Headbangers argue all day whether Slayer is the greatest heavy-metal band ever. And 25 years into the band's hall-of-fame career, a smaller number of music fans ? not all them metalheads ? claim the thrash kings are one of the best rock bands ever, hands-down, period.
Celebrity birthdays (AP via Yahoo! News)
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How To Save Rock & Roll Legacies From Wayward Embarrassment (Blogcritics.org)
And now, for a very special a public service announcement. This one goes out to all you rockers and popular music outfits from the last 50 years. Have you lost any critical membership and had any portion of your career deemed ?important? or celebrated as ?legacy?? If so, please stop . I mean it. Right now . You?re embarrassing yourselves. There?s hope for you artistic savants with ...
Nightlife Agenda (Washington Post)
Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Wednesday Thursday, February 22 Washington has had good results when the city's notable DJs cross over into different ventures. As is the case with DJ Dredd's Vegetate, it seems to work out best when the proprietor's musical sensibilities are infused in...
Weekend Guide (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
A list of things to do.
Johnson brings heavy metal, words and music (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
Duncan Wilder Johnson the musician wields the power and the glory of heavy metal with a steady hand. Duncan Wilder Johnson the spoken-word artist exposes the humor and foibles of heavy metal with a likewise steady hand.
Dude, that's so intense (Calendarlive.com)
A ferocious little dynamo rips off his shirt and streaks howling across the stage atop a bludgeoning beat. Maybe he cuts his torso too, and glowers there bleeding. Another Iggy/Manson rerun? Repetition can mute shock; today, such rock 'n' roll theatrics come off like the latest mounting of a Sophocles tragedy.
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