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Death On The Road

Iron Maiden

Death On The Road

Reviews

  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Live

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 16

Language: English

Total size: 216.14 Mb

Year: 2005

Total price: $1.97

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CD 2

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Ok, first of all, this is NOT the best Iron Maiden Live album avalible. The best is Live After Death. This isnt the best, but its still good. The DVD was good at least.

The best live songs on this are Lord of the Flies, Can I play with Madness, Paschendale, No More Lies, and Dance of Death.

Lord of the Flies, from the 1995 "The X-Factor" album, was originally recorded with vocalist Blaze Bayley. Bruce did an amazing job singing it, and this is by FAR better then the studio version.

Can I Play with Madness, from 1988's "Seventh Son of a Son" album, being one of the best from its original studio record, sounds really really nice live in the set. Its far more exciting then the studio version, and I think that added alot to it.

Paschendale is one of Iron Maiden trademark 9-minute epics. Its from there 2003 album, "Dance of Death", which they were also on tour for when this concert was recorded. The did a great job playing it live, especially considering its intesnsity.

No More Lies is also from "Dance of Death", and its one of the best songs from the album. This live version isnt as good as the studio recording, but its still a great track.

Dance of Death is from "Dance of Death" too (obviosly), and is performed with both the acoustic intro and electric bulk. Better then in studio.

Overall, this is a great album, for any Iron Maiden fan! (The DVD makes it even better)

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