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Though "The Number of the Beast" took a very long time to grow on me, I would definitely recommend it to newer fans of the band. Following one of the band's most popular songs is yet again, another one of the band's most popular songs, "Run to the Hills". While I can understand the fanfare of The Number of the Beast, the popularity of this song completely dumbfounds me.
Despite good performances from each of the members, the song is simple and very tedious, with very little change throughout. Much like "Flight of Icarus", which was written for the Piece of Mind album, the song completely relies on Bruce's vocals to maintain any sort of interest.
However, the song still contains some positives. For one, the songs lyrics are very good, describing the conflicts between the Native Americans and the Europeans from both side, Natives in the first verse and Europeans in the rest of the verses. Dave Murray also plays a brief solo that tries to mix things up, which is then followed up by a cool, yet uninspiring build up that leads into the final chorus, Album). The song lacks any real hook and is rather sub-par for Maiden's standards.
Next up is "Gangland", one of two songs on the album co-produced by drummer Clive Burr. This song is one of the more unpopular Maiden songs, rightfully so as it isn't exactly special. The band displays a lot of energy in the song and as a result it's a lot more exciting that the previous song.
The song has an eerie feel to it, particularly during the chorus, which fits the dark themes of the album very well. The harmony section through to Adrian Smith's short solo is easily the best part of the song and every once and awhile it is very pleasing to listen to. The rest of the song is a mixed bag, which some of the verses feeling a little cluttered or muddy and others being Album).
The second to last song is "Total Eclipse". Like "Twilight Zone" off of KillersTotal Eclipse was not included on the original album, instead being neglected to B-Side status in favour of Gangland.
Why they made that decision is a mystery to me as "Total Eclipse" is superior to "Gangland" in almost ever way. The song's lyrics describe a catastrophic natural disaster and uses clever imagery to get the song's point across.
The solos are great and enhance the mood of the very well. Bruce's vocal lines fit the dark lyrics which makes the song more enjoyable. Total Eclipse is not a classic, but the riffs will get you headbanging for a good four Release The Beast - Den Haan - Gods From Outer Space (Vinyl a half minutes. Finally we come across the last song of the 45 minute album. It is here that Iron Maiden wrote and recorded one of their greatest songs of their career, and one of the best in the scene, "Hallowed Be Thy Name".
The song combines a perfect amount of musical talent, emotion, lyrical skill, and whatever else is needed to create a powerful song such as this. The emotional depth found on this song is matched by no other song in Iron Maiden's catalogue. The lyrics describe the thoughts, reflections, hopes and understanding that a man facing the death penalty goes through.
The result of Bruce's seemingly inspired voice combined with the Steve Harris penned lyrics is epic enough to send shivers down the spines of any metalhead. Not to be left behind is the musical aspect of the song. From the bells that open the song to the strong ending, Iron Maiden never lets up. The band churns out melodic riff after melodic riff and they connect and flow flawlessly.
The Number of the Beast was Iron Maiden's breakthrough album and a very important one in the band's career. It was their first album to reach 1 in the charts, and spawned hit singles such as the title track and "Run to the Hills", which are still played in concert to this very day. It was instrumental in developing both the band's unique sound, as well as a heavy metal genre just ready to take off.
Any fan of the genre should definitely pick this up if they haven't already done so. In the sense that The Number of the Beast was very influential and commercially successful, The Number of the Beast can be declared a classic in the Release The Beast - Den Haan - Gods From Outer Space (Vinyl of metal.
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Fair to Midland Arrows and Anchors. Arch Enemy Khaos Legions. Empire of the Clouds. The Book of Souls. Maiden England '88 DVD. En Vivo! On Music Lists. Add a Comment. Zare Automaton Sovietico. Probably because a number of lines were written by past members of the s lineups. They are not the correct lyrics though. Someone just tried to guess what the lyrics are, e.
It may have also been a financial decision. They could have just done what many Warner Bros releases back in the 70's did: a separate lyric sheet for the first pressings only. HSAS did that as well. Also Rigor Mortis' 1st Album) on Capitol Records in the late 80's did that on the vinyl only cassette and CD had no lyrics. Every release I just mentioned had no lyric sheet with later pressings.
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