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Iron Maiden - It's Good To Be Here download mp3 album
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Album:
It's Good To Be Here
Style:
Heavy Metal
Released:
2013
Country:
Italy
FLAC vers. size:
1260 mb
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1634 mb
WMA vers. size:
1380 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ★
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812

Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band formed by bassist Steve Harris in 1975. The band's first album, 1980's Iron Maiden, was written primarily by Harris, with vocalist Paul Di'Anno co-writing two tracks and guitarist Dave Murray contributing "Charlotte the Harlot".

As with The X-Factor, there is half a classic Iron Maiden album in here somewhere. Only mad people don’t love the title track, of course, and you can take your pick from Afraid To Shoot Strangers, Childhood’s End, Fear Is The Key and the criminally overlooked Judas Be My Guide for a song of equal quality. On the negative side, From Here To Eternity was meat and potatoes with no seasoning, Chains Of Misery was a misplaced yob chorus and Weekend Warrior was a song about football hooligans, which isn’t the kind of thing we generally want Maiden to sing about. With Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith joyously reinstated, Brave New World was always destined to be a stormer, and so it proved: The Wicker Man was their finest single since the ‘80s, Ghost Of The Navigator was a thrilling reinvention of the classic Maiden sound, Blood Brothers was a ballad with incisive emotional clou. nd so on.

The definitive Iron Maiden Album. I would actually say that Power slave is better to listen to but tracks "Number of the Beast" and "Run to the hills" are all time classics and were so important for metal and Maiden at the time. Hallowed be thy Name" is an absolutely fantastic track also. If you want to get into Iron Maiden, get this and Power slave and you will be hooked. All songs here are perfect. I don't understand why this is number 2. Probably because it has some anti Christian stuff but it's good all round

Iron Maiden was a cool and sophisticated album. It flows well, and it’s the kind of record you put on just to let it pop. Harry’s unique bass approach and the different guitar approach of Dennis Stratton-who admittedly was a lot more rock than metal-combine with Clive Burr’s blues and jazz influenced feel and Di’Anno’s punky vocals to form a raucous package. Tracks that I’ve heard a hundred times like Running Free and Sanctuary still hold a lot of charm after 35 years, and the energy is absolutely infectious

It’s the perfect Iron Maiden album. It contains classics songs such as The Number of the Beast, Run to the Hills, and Hallowed be thy name. Plus it has gems such as The Prisioner, 22 Acacia Avenue and Invaders. Dickinson’s voice increshendo in Run To the Hills after the guitar solo it is sinply overwhelming. Brave New World, from 2000. I actually don’t consider it as good as Somewhere in Time or The Final Frontier, but the reason it’s here is because of how reliable it is. If I had to give somebody unfamilar with Iron Maiden a single album to introduce them to the band, this would be it. Somewhere in Time is a bit too futuristic, and The Final Frontier can be a drag for people who mostly listen to pop music, but Brave New World has a perfect mix of everything; from short, catchy rockers like The Wicker Man, to deep and long beauties like Dream of Mirrors.

Thankfully, in 1980, Iron Maiden unleashed their debut album, taking the flag and running with a new subgenre known as the 'new wave of British heavy metal', or NWOBHM for short, and giving the metal world a kick up its own ass, as it prepared for a whole new level of global domination. Combining elements of heavy metal with 70's punk, Iron Maiden's self-titled debut is a ball of raw energy, with its gritty production and its unpolished songwriting, this is an album where no punches are pulled  . It's good, and it has stood the test of time well, but I'd still only class it as "good". A worthy addition to the collection.

I think (once the euphoria surrounding Russ’ return has subsided) ‘It’s Good To Be Here’ can be viewed as an interim statement, a sort of rekindling of the old flame. And while that flame still burns, the less committed need to investigate all albums from the mid-eighties starting with ‘Russ Ballard’. Although – if we have no right to expect another ‘Liar’ or ‘You Can Do Magic’ – a reworking of ‘Voices’ (from that 1984 album) really adds nothing but a slightly crazed guitar.

Like any other band that’s been around for well over three decades, it’s easy at first to separate the good albums from the worst, but with Maiden it quickly becomes an interesting conundrum when it comes to ranking them. The fact is, as sterling as their reputation is, there is no such thing as a perfect Iron Maiden studio album. Okay, now that’s my personal bias speaking. Start the Countdown here.

Here we see the first incarnation of Eddie: the mascot of heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The creator (and primary artist) for Eddie is Derek Riggs. com, Pretty much everything you see in this image album is his work (unless specified otherwise) I tried my best not to make this post suck. If you catch any or history errors, then let me know :) Running Free (Single). Dance of Death - 2003. This wasn't supposed to be the finished piece; it's not even actually fully rendered yet. The band decided that they liked it enough the way it was, so they just used this concept piece instead of waiting for it to be fully realized. I'll respect that as well and leave him anonymous. Death on the Road - 2005.

Tracklist

A1 Intro - Churchill's Speech
A2 Aces High
A3 2 Minutes To Midnight
A4 The Trooper
A5 Revelations
A6 Flight Of Icarus
B1 Rime Of The Ancient Mariner
B2 Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)
B3 Powerslave
B4 Guitar Solo
C1 The Number Of The Beast
C2 Hallowed Be Thy Name
C3 22 Acacia Avenue
C4 Iron Maiden
D1 Run To The Hills
D2 Running Free
D3 Sanctuary

Notes

Recorded live during World Slavery Tour, Milan/Italy, Teatro Tenda, Nov. 12th 1984

Limited Numbered Edition # 300 Colored Vinyl, Including Giant Poster.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
POTG 26 Iron Maiden It's Good To Be Here ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Ora) Pigs On The Groove Records POTG 26 Italy 2013
POTG 26 Iron Maiden It's Good To Be Here ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Yel) Pigs On The Groove Records POTG 26 Italy 2013
POTG 26 Iron Maiden It's Good To Be Here ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Ora) Pigs On The Groove Records POTG 26 Italy 2013
POTG 26 Iron Maiden It's Good To Be Here ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Whi) Pigs On The Groove Records POTG 26 Italy 2013