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Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm

Disc I Disc II This album is from the jurassic period of Iron Maiden, for the band's singer back in the days was not Bruce Dickinson, who was lead-singer for the band Samson [...] voice. With screaming guitars and the great bass-playing, which Steve Harris is famous for, Iron Maiden recorded their self titled debut. Eight songs of raw power New Wave Of British Heavy Metal let Iron [...] Maiden rise to this genre's headlining act in 1980. When I came into touch with Iron Maiden songs I decided to buy all their albums no matter what song or sound they contain. That [...]

7.5 • Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden [1980] • review by Pierre Tombale on 2003-09-29
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Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm

record their first full length album. While many fans may argue that this is one of Iron Maiden 's most classic albums, Steve Harris himself was unhappy with the end result, thinking that there were [...] like this album though, this is their debut album, so thus the classic words were rendered: " Iron Maiden can't be fought, Iron Maiden can't be sought ". The sound of this album differs from [...]

8.0 • Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden [1980] • review by Arian Totalis on 2010-02-23
Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm
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Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm

Disc I Disc II For my first review, I was faced with a dilemma as [...]

7.6 • Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden [1980] • review by RavenLord on 2006-08-04
The Iron Maidens - Worlds Only Female Tribute To Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm
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The Iron Maidens - Worlds Only Female Tribute To Iron Maiden review - Metal Storm

site is bookmarked by your little brother, doesn't mean that you haven't heard about Iron Maiden right? Possibly, (along with Metallica I think…) the world's most popular Heavy Metal band. A band [...] tribute bands releasing albums, unless is own material, these girls go by the name of The Iron Maidens and this is their first album, a collection of some of the best songs that the British [...] songs but the style and artwork too! They hired Dereck Riggs (the artist who does Iron Maiden cover arts) and he made a female Eddie, or Eddie's girlfriend in any case [...]

8.0 • The Iron Maidens - Worlds Only Female Tribute To Iron Maiden • review by Undercraft on 2005-11-11
Iron Maiden - The Essential Iron Maiden
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Iron Maiden - The Essential Iron Maiden

coincide with their Ozzfest tour, Iron Maiden have decided to make a new release available to their fans. What this amounts to is an expanded version of the Edward the Great compilation that was released [...] Beast Run to the Hills Wrathchild Killers Phantom of the Opera Running Free (live) Iron Maiden (live) With this compilation, you'll see that the track listing is evenly distributed between all the band [...] albums. I think most fans would agree, the more "essential" Iron Maiden material is the older material. Personally, I would have nixed a few of the newer tracks from disc one in favor of some [...]

Iron Maiden - The Essential Iron Maiden [2005] • Sony Music • Heavy Metal • review by Mike
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CD Reviews - The Essential Iron Maiden Iron Maiden - Blabbermouth.net

recall reviewing "Edward the Great" less than two years ago), or where in the metal hierarchy IRON MAIDEN sits in relation to PRIEST, SABBATH, and DUMPY'S RUSTY NUTS. And since it's IRON MAIDEN [...] Bring Your Daughter To the Slaughter", one of the all-time stupidest songs not just in IRON MAIDEN's, but the world's history (yes, I realize [...] firmly in the Di'Anno era, closing out with a previously unreleased live version of "Iron Maiden", the song. I wish I could tell you if the packaging or liner notes put this collection over [...]

7/10 • IRON MAIDEN - The Essential Iron Maiden • review by Keith Bergman
IRON MAIDEN - The History Of Iron Maiden - Part 1: The Early Days - BraveWords
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IRON MAIDEN - The History Of Iron Maiden - Part 1: The Early Days - BraveWords

remarkable and virtually unsurpassed early history of Iron Maiden is summed up quite fittingly by the fact that in the first four years of their existence, the UK legends went from the Cart & Horse [...] feeling is established that Maiden's roots stem from a bunch of blokes simply running with a hobby. They couldn't give a toss about pay (the first 'official' Maiden gig earned the band [...] proceeded to choose Maiden over Def Leppard for a three album deal. A half hour in, we are introduced to the man behind the iron curtain, Rod Smallwood, manager and true fighter of the cause [...]

10.0 • IRON MAIDEN - The History Of Iron Maiden - Part 1: The Early Days • EMI • review by Tim Henderson on 2004-11-12
Iron Maiden - Maiden England
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Iron Maiden - Maiden England

This is not an archive review. In fact, this is not an official Iron Maiden release either. It was released as a video after the Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son tour in 1989. Then [...] edition. This is a real collector item… well, one of the many collector items available from Iron Maiden. But this one is quite special for me since the Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son album [...] Clairvoyant, Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son, The Number Of The Beast, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Iron Maiden. Not Bad, isn't it ? Unfortunately Can I Play With Madness and Hallowed Be Thy Name [...]

Iron Maiden - Maiden England [1994] • EMI • Iron Maiden Metal • review by Jack
Iron Maiden - Killers review - Metal Storm
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Iron Maiden - Killers review - Metal Storm

Disc I Disc II Fantastic successor Killers, you might think of it as Iron Maiden Volume II for the sound developed on the Iron Maiden album has not changed, just improved. Starting off with [...] Voice of Paul Di'Anno and the Metal parts come slightly more aggressive than on Iron Maiden. The production is a bit tighter. One will find the bass often highlighting the drums or playing [...] same fast lines as the guitars. 'Killers' is a killer album same as 'Iron Maiden'. Both are unique in sound and voice of Paul Di'Anno who had left Iron Maiden after this album. Both [...]

7.5 • Iron Maiden - Killers [1981] • review by Pierre Tombale on 2003-11-16
Iron Maiden – A Matter Of Life And Death Review – Last Rites
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Iron Maiden – A Matter Of Life And Death Review – Last Rites

them ahead of time about singing a few of these choruses in the shower.  It’s Iron Maiden, what did you expect?  Catchiness?  Check.  Uberclimactic choruses?  Check.  Ballads?  Check.  Badass opener?  Again, check [...] other side has me somewhat disappointed with the end result. Dave Pirtle’s take: That Iron Maiden continues to be one of the biggest bands in metal (some would say THE biggest [...] obviously immensely impressive body of work. Up the Irons!!! Clay Moore’s Take: First things first–it’s pretty remarkable that a new Iron Maiden album is once again so eagerly anticipated, a situation most [...]

Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death • review by Last Rites on 2006-09-04
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