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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sun Mar 04, 2007 6:06 am

I like Iron Butterfly
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sun Mar 11, 2007 6:25 am

I've been looking into bootlegs lately and have found a few on vinyl on eBay and a couple some people had put up for download.

Any one else into Iron Maiden bootlegs?
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:17 pm

I hear Troggy has a lot of really good ones?
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:09 am

Maiden bootlegs? Nope, not a one. A happy 'no'

I am VERY picky about who I collect bootlegs for. I mainly collect old Sabbath boots and a few special ones here and there that I have either been in attendance at the show, or that I owned growing up. The bootleg scene is just WAY too large and I don't have the time, energy or desire to delve into it too deeply.

But if you want to get some Maiden boots, go to this link

http://deeppurplehub.proboards31.com/index.cgi

set up an account, read the rules and then you can download boots by just about ANYONE you want, including Maiden. cool beans!

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:36 am

Todd lied to me then

But thanks for the advice
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Mar 26, 2007 3:37 pm

I'm with doom... Number of the Beast is awesome all the way through!

Hallowed Be Thy Name is an AMAZING song!! I had a classical voice teacher who actually used that song in my classes because he knew that I played in a metal band at the time... And Bruce is quite trained and correct in form and practice.

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Thu Mar 29, 2007 3:59 am

I could never get into Iron Maiden

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sat Mar 31, 2007 3:23 am

Don't give up until you have tried one of their first two lbums, and one of the last three.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Fri Apr 13, 2007 11:13 am

Killers was the first Maiden proper release that I had heard.

I had a school chum who owned a 12" vinyl copy of the 'women in uniform' single with a grand live version of, I believe, Running Free on the b-side. That was actually my first listen to Maiden.

I have the s/t, Killers, Maiden Japan, NOTB, POM, Powerslave, Live After Death, and SIT on vinyl. Sadly my turntable is down and out, and I have not been able to listen to these in some time.

I bought last year the "History Of Iron Maiden : Pt.1 The Early Years" double dvd which has become my most watch dvd in the last while.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sun Aug 19, 2007 10:57 am

Killers is my fave! I still remember the first time I put the needle to the groove and heard that bass. I bought it because the cover was so wild and it was from england.
A few months after that I saw them on that tour. It was Grim Reaper/ Iron Maiden/ UFO. Maiden stole the show. I saw the next 3 tours after that. Ultmetal and I drove to El Paso in 2003 to see them with Motorhead & Dio. Lemmy stole the show.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Aug 20, 2007 11:54 am

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Yeah, a quick look at my username showa just how much i like these guys
Yeah,IG, you look like you are as Iron Maiden as I am Sabbath,LOL! For me,my all time fave is Piece Of Mind.It was the first one I had ever heard and it was just fraekin amazing.I kept looking for heavier and heavier stuff and this kid in my neighborhood said he had heard that they were pretty heavy, so I bought the tape sound unheard and did not at all regret it.Imagine if you can,"Where Eagles Dare" being the first thing you ever heard by the band,it was just mind blowing,it was like there were guitars everywhere in my room.Sounds emanating from my speakers that I couldn't even imagine in my mind,the bass of Harris,flawless fluid leads(can you tell that I really like being a reviewer LOL)precise attacking drums,just awesome!Oh and lets not forget The Bruce ,absolute soaring vocals,definitely in my top twenty of great vox.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Wed Aug 29, 2007 8:16 pm

Brucey should be in everyones top 20 great vocalists Big Smile

Starting with Where Eagles Dare would be a perfect introduction to Maiden, no doubt about that.

I think my first introduction was The Beast of the Beast, which a friend lent me. I didn't really get into it too much at the time, as I only listened to it in the back ground and compared to the death metal album he'd also lent me, it didn't seem that interesting. The tale didn't end there thankfully, as I had another friend who was really into Maiden when he was younger, and we discused it over the dinner table one night. He mentioned that his all time favorite scream was in the song Rime of the Ancient Marriner, where Bruce screams out "AND DOWN COMES TO RAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN!!!!!! HAHAHAHhah". Considering I love that poem, and was developing a taste for metal, I decided that I was going to track down that album. PowerSlave was the first album that I owned, and my obsession Winky started there.

Since then I've tried to collect as many cassettes and vinyls of the band as I can. I don't have many cassettes, as I'm not looking arond ebay for them, but rather just if i notice them in second hand shops. My record collection is really starting to come together though. I've got all the albums on cd, but I've got about as many vinyls, which also includes singles and bootlegs.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:51 am

I read a while back about a device that was on the market that you can use to record vinyl onto cd.Of course right now its got a ridiculous price but it would really be cool that if sometime in the future it was affordable.There are a lot of old metal things like some old comps and stuff that will probably never be released on cd.It would be cool to make mix cds with or listen to previously vinyl only stuff in the car.Do you have any of the Maiden tribute cds,I have the Slave To Power and first Call To Irons,IMO,there is some good stuff on those.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:32 am

Yeah, I wouldn't midn being able to play some of my vinyls in the car. Even just on cassette (thats whats in our van) would be very cool.

I haven't managed to find any of the tribute albums for a decent price yet, but I'm still on the look out for them. I'd really like to get that one where everything was played on a piano. I can't remember the name of it though.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sat Sep 01, 2007 11:49 am

Slave To The Power is definitely worth it,especially if you are a doom fan as well.It has Solace doing Another Life,Crowbar with Remember Tomorrow,Archie Bunker with John Perez on guitar doing Wrathchild and Las Cruces playing The Prisoner.If you want the whole line-up I'll post it.The strangest one on here, and probably on any Maiden tribute is a band called Hoyry Kone doing a rendition of The Trooper with horns,trombone and soprano sax it says in the list,it sounds ...strange.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Sun Sep 02, 2007 12:31 am

Hoyry Kone hey? Sound like fun :)

I was lookign around eBay last night and I noticed one guy was selling a cd which was some from of String tribute to Iron Maiden. I'd not heard of it before but it gave the impression that all the songs were performed by a full string section.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Sep 03, 2007 12:38 am

IronGuardian wrote:
Hoyry Kone hey? Sound like fun :)

I was
lookign around eBay last night and I noticed one guy was selling a cd
which was some from of String tribute to Iron Maiden. I'd not heard of
it before but it gave the impression that all the songs were performed
by a full string section.



Cool! Unlike many of the bands that receive string tributes, Maiden's
music will probably actually come across pretty cool in that form,
considering their compositional style.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Sep 03, 2007 12:46 am

While we're on the subject of our introduction(s) to this classique band ...

My first Maiden album was definetely Number of the Beast. I
still remember the day I got it ... you know, that fateful day back in
1983 ... Fill Tilt Boogie!

... which MAY or may NOT have been, uh ,,, 3 years before my birth ...

NEVER YOU MIND!! BRASSAFRAKKEN!!!

Ok, ok, I was 17 I think when I picked it up. Sheesh. :doh2:

It is strange how my favorite albums from many bands also end up being
the albums that introduced me to the band ... which gives me a cool
thread idea! Thanks for the random inspiration, guys!
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Wed Sep 05, 2007 7:59 pm

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It is strange how my favorite albums from many bands also end up being
the albums that introduced me to the band ... which gives me a cool
thread idea! Thanks for the random inspiration, guys! You too ,Gloom.

Behold
Iron Maiden-Piece Of Mind
Metallica-Ride The Lightning
Twisted Sister-You Can't Stop Rock and Roll
Blue Oyster Cult-Secret Treaties
Molly Hatchet-No Guts,No Glory
Solitude Aeturnus-Into The Depths of Sorrow
Judas Priest-Sad Wings Of Destiny

all of these were the first I heard and are my faves,I think there is just something about your first listen that sticks with you.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Wed Sep 05, 2007 10:57 pm

Right on man. Yep.



I remember the first time I heard Deep Purple's Machine Head album.
That one's always stuck with me. It was driging home from a friend's
house after an all nighter I pulled with a buddy of mine .... it was a
long night of music discussion and some ... uhh ... overindulgence,
let's say ....



I remember thinking, "hey, I could see this becoming one of my favorite albums!" Lo and behold ...
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:37 pm

MAIDEN was the first real metal band I ever got into, and it
was all down hill from there! 8)

I really like the older albums. The first two with Di'Anno singing.
Then everything up through Powerslave with Dickenson..

Actually the first album I heard was in '86 with Somewhere In Time,
which reeled me in, then my friend played either Powerslave or
Number Of The Beast (can't recall) and those records sealed the
deal..

If you're into the Di'Anno era MAIDEN you should check out the
first few albums by the band..

THE LORD WEIRD SLOUGH FEG

http://www.sloughfeg.com/

I'd start with the album Twilight Of The Idols !
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Thu Sep 06, 2007 11:07 pm

http://www.ironmaiden.com/index.php?categoryid=8&p2_articleid=664

Here's some neat news. I basically live close to the middle of nowhere, but there was talk of some western Canadian show(s); so maybe a roadtrip. I acyually saw Maiden multiple times in the eighties on the Beast, PoM, Powerslave, SIT. and 7SOA7S tours. Then, they no longer came to western Canada.Crying
The dvd should be killer either way.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Fri Sep 07, 2007 2:37 am

How awesome is that! They are coming to Australia for the first time in 15 years!!!

AND THEY ARE COMING TO PERTH!!! YAY!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Mon Oct 15, 2007 8:47 pm

Judah AriYah wrote:
MAIDEN was the first real metal band I ever got into, and it
was all down hill from there! 8)

I really like the older albums. The first two with Di'Anno singing.
Then everything up through Powerslave with Dickenson..

Actually the first album I heard was in '86 with Somewhere In Time,
which reeled me in, then my friend played either Powerslave or
Number Of The Beast (can't recall) and those records sealed the
deal..

x2!

Yeah, 86 was the year, Somewhere in Time along with Killers then Powerslave. Also Motorhead, Wasp, Ac/Dc, Bon Jovi (slippery), Priest, Saxon, Accept and i sealed the deal ! I AM...
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden   Thu Feb 07, 2008 2:30 pm

metalken wrote:
http://www.ironmaiden.com/index.php?categoryid=8&p2_articleid=664


The dvd should be killer either way.

I've had the dvd for a couple of days now and it is killer.
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