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    Happy 37h Birthday to the BEST (to me) Maiden Album

    Since today is the 37th Anniversary of what to me is the BEST Maiden Album, here is a cover from one my favs for that stunning Piece of Art performed by Joe Lazarus and Richie Faulkner









    ps:It would had be greater if Richie wasn't chewing with open mouth the all time


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    Great album, great band, great observation.


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    My favorite Maiden album, too. It just came up in my rotation this week.

    The first time my wife heard it, she was shocked it was from 1983. It sounds contemporary even today.

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    Its sounds amazing and its their heaviest by far.

    This is a thing I miss from the Classic Maiden. Their Albums were all memorable, right until Seventh Son even then if I back then didnt though it was. After that... I know a song here and there but cant seem to listen to a full album because I get bored

    Event Book of Souls gets really boring and I cant even remember the last time I heard it... probably 2 years or more ago. I still listen to the 8 Classics very often sometimes I spend the entire week listening to them as part of the playlist.

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    If it's not a person's favorite Maiden album, they're wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post
    Its sounds amazing and its their heaviest by far.

    This is a thing I miss from the Classic Maiden. Their Albums were all memorable, right until Seventh Son even then if I back then didnt though it was. After that... I know a song here and there but cant seem to listen to a full album because I get bored

    Event Book of Souls gets really boring and I cant even remember the last time I heard it... probably 2 years or more ago. I still listen to the 8 Classics very often sometimes I spend the entire week listening to them as part of the playlist.
    No Maiden album is really heavy by itself
    It's more about some individual songs.

    And I think this one takes the cake, perhaps what a monster riff


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    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post
    Event Book of Souls gets really boring and I cant even remember the last time I heard it... probably 2 years or more ago.
    Me either, but I have to say, Speed of Light is one of my favorite Maiden songs to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    No Maiden album is really heavy by itself
    It's more about some individual songs.
    Might not seem to be heavy now, but trust me it was back then

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