23 nov 2011, 06:27 av FadingMind
1 dec 2008, 03:00 av sablespecterIron Maiden / Killers / Killers (7) / Feb 1981
sablespecter's Album of the Year for 1981 (RDF: 91%)
Purchased along with NotB after seeing Maiden open for Scorpions at my first concert, I have never tired of this album after all these years, and never treated it with any less love than NotB despite my preference for Bruce Dickinson over Paul Di'anno. As Paul himself once described it a few years back in an interview with Jeb Wright over on Classic Rock Revisited (now unavailable), Bruce is the better singer of the two, but not when it comes to delivering the material of the first two albums.
There are two things that I can never get enough of with this album. One: the gritty, punk-in-the-dark-alley vocals of Paul - that get no better than on the title track selection of this day and on Wrathchild - but still manage to carry a good melody, as in Prodigal Son. And while everyone knows that Bruce has an awesome range and sustain, Paul could also deliver at times, too. …
13 jan 2008, 18:12 av BlAckDrAgon90Iron Maiden are my second favorite group, as you can see on my last fm's page.
Here I'll write my favorite 20 songs, and I think it will be so difficult, cause I can't choose, but I'll try to do that.
1. Prodigal son
2. Run to the hills
3. Can I play with madness
4. Stranger world
5. Fear of the dark
6. The Ides Of March
7. The number of the beast
8. From here to eternity
9. Women in uniform
10. Hallowed be thy name
11. Losfer words (Big 'orra)
12. Rime of the ancient mariner
13. The angel and the gambler
14. Different world
15. Iron Maiden
16. Phantom of the opera
17. The trooper
18. Bring your daugher... to the slaughter
19. The wicker man
20. Mother Russia
I did it!
Iron MaidenProdigal SonRun to the HillsCan I Play With MadnessStranger WorldFear of the DarkThe Ides Of MarchThe Number of the BeastWomen in UniformFrom Here to EternityHallowed Be Thy NameLosfer Words (Big 'Orra)Rime of the Ancient MarinerThe Angel and the GamblerDifferent WorldIron MaidenPhantom of the OperaThe TrooperBring your daugher. …
27 jan 2007, 15:02 av Hatzlokay I thought it would be funny to listen to all Iron Maiden Albums (of the 80s...) in a row
started at 15:45
First Album playing:
I really love this album becaus of its emotionality and the really good production
i have already enjoyed Sanctuary, one of my favourites on the whole album; and Prowler which has AND is an awesomeintro
now its 15:59
playing Phantom of the Opera!
GOD i adore this song http://ugly.plzdiekthxbye.net/small/s003.gif
2 tracks to mention would be Transylvania and of course Strange World
Tranylvania is a good instrumental and the way it goes into Strange World is simply cool.
now playing Charlotte the Harlot
I love the songs about Charlotte so I can say that its a really really good song
Iron Maiden is just classic AND good
the album isnt as good as the debut in my opinion but it has some nice tracks 2 cool instrumentals (The Ides Of March *brilliant* and Genghis Khan *brilliant* ...) and a cool cover :)