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  • #31


    at about the time they started spewing crap out like the seventh son of a seventh son or whatever that steaming pile was called.
    Originally Posted by chainsaw fats
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    • #32
      Would alyuh get back into them if they took that **************** monster off their album covers?
      Fast, clean and cheap.

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      • #33
        Seventh Son
        Though I saw them live a few years ago, and it was quite possibly the best show I've ever seen.
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        • #34
          Seventh Son
          Though I saw them live a few years ago, and it was quite possibly the best show I've ever seen.


          yeah me too, I think Bruce sings better live now than he did on their old records
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          ...the tone sounded like the back of my ass on taco tuesday.







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          • #35
            yeah me too, I think Bruce sings better live now than he did on their old records


            He does.
            Originally Posted by tiger roach


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            • #36
              No Prayer For The Dying was abysmal, but I actually like Fear Of The Dark.

              I also like Brave New World, but didn't care much for Dance Of Death, and I just haven't bothered after that
              That's kind of me. I gave up after a Matter Of Life And Death. I tried to listen to some of their stuff last night when i posted this.
              Lead me to your door. (yeah yeah yeah yeah)

              “Say, can I have some of your purple berries Yes, I’ve been eating them for six or seven weeks now Haven't got sick once Prob’ly keep us both alive”=CS&N and to a lesser extent Y.

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              • #37
                Seventh Son
                Though I saw them live a few years ago, and it was quite possibly the best show I've ever seen.
                Me 2. They never sounded as good before and i have seen them a lot.
                Lead me to your door. (yeah yeah yeah yeah)

                “Say, can I have some of your purple berries Yes, I’ve been eating them for six or seven weeks now Haven't got sick once Prob’ly keep us both alive”=CS&N and to a lesser extent Y.

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                • #38
                  Iron Maiden faded from my view sometime after Powerslave. I was into other things by that time, like U2, hair metal , and Metallica.
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                  • #39
                    I kind of stopped paying attention after Powerslave which was their zenith for me. 2 Minutes to Midnight is one of those songs I wished I'd written...

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                    • #40
                      I think Fear of the Dark was the last one i bought ... and i'm sure i only did that out of loyalty. I saw them on that tour, again out of loyalty, but i'd moved on from Maiden and metal in general by then.

                      I enjoyed Somewhere in Time and Seventh Son at the time, but looking back Powerslave was the last really great album.

                      Also agree with those who didn't like Jannick Gers arrival, i'm sure he's a nice bloke but he's a tuneless twiddly player with no idea of melody, not a patch on Adrian Smith.

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                      • #41
                        Janick Gers


                        A popular answer and for good reason.
                        Originally Posted by buddhapaugh


                        Rocking the spandex AND the depends!

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                        • #42
                          Wouldn't it be funny to see Janick Gers in a band with Juan Croucier (Ratt) to see who could knock each other out first with their wild instrument gyrations and such?
                          My money is on Juan. That guy is unstoppable and apparently moves like that even when recording in the studio. Now that's RAWK!

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                          • #43
                            For me the last decent Maiden album was Somewhere In Time. The thrill was gone for me after that.

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                            • #44
                              I think Seventh Son is a great album. It just could've been better....if you're gonna do a concept album, do a concept album, don't half-ass it.

                              Still, it has excellent songs on it. Debut album-thru Seventh Son was a good run

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                              • #45
                                Sepultura- Arise

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