Discussion in 'Killers' started by Anonymous, Apr 11, 2004.
8/10. Another fun song on the album and has some great guitar and awesome bass in it.
5. Some interesting instrumental parts but generally quite forgettable.
1980 - Iron Maiden - 6.67
8 - Prowler
6 - Sanctuary
7 - Remember Tomorrow
6 - Running Free
9 - Phantom Of The Opera
7 - Transylvania
4 - Strange World
6 - Charlotte The Harlot
7 - Iron Maiden
1981 - Killers
6 - The Ides Of March
6 - Wrathchild
6 - Murders In The Rue Morgue
5 - Another Life
5 - Genghis Khan
5 - Innocent Exile
A underrated, catchy song with great guitar solo. 9/10
Love this song, the 'funkiest' maiden ever got and with every new album I wonder if steve will attempt a bit o funk again. As a fan of maiden doing new/unusual stuff and a funk fan this really ticks my box baby! 9/10 for this one, cats
I still think it's quite enjoyable. For me it just shows how gifted the guys in Maiden were and still are. Even their least inspired moments sound quite good. 7/10
I think this is the exact point in this album where the whole 'Killers' sound starts wearing me out.
Quite like the funk element on this and good catchy guitarwork. Stands out more than some other tracks on the album.
Nice guitar work. Otherwise seems like a B-TEC song of Coverdale led Purple.
Groovy track with lots to enjoy, but nothing outstanding.
Highlight: The inter-verse interlude.
Lowlight: The "Uh" towards the end.
I think this sums up my thoughts. Love the groove, but it's overall nothing special. The solo isn't my thing, probably one of Maiden's worst, but I do enjoy the ending to this one, it would have made a good album closer IMO. Bass is probably the most memorable part of this song. 7/10.
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