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  1. Randalf

    Metallica

    Love is obviously more debatable here... but given the commercial success and very extensive airplay lots of their 90's work got and do this very day, I would argue it's definitely the Metallica we know... :p Or perhaps, in this case, the Metallica they know, if we want to embrace the Metal...
  2. Randalf

    USA Politics

    Also, apologies if anyone feels insulted or whatever. This whole farce has taken all of the turns between being just a dark comedy and truly horrifically tragic that I just don't know how to react properly. Ah - brave new world.
  3. Randalf

    USA Politics

    So, Trump is now being... somewhat diplomatic. Probably because he's running out of options. Is it just me, or does it look like he's not really enjoying himself there..? :D It's almost tragic that pro-Trump camp isn't generally that capable with graphical stuff, as the DARKNESS DESCENDS...
  4. Randalf

    Nightwish

    I didn't like Noise that much when it was released, but like with Storytime and few others singles of similar type back then, it has grown for me since. Still, it's not one of my favourites either. It's good and fits there very well, but it's just not that interesting.
  5. Randalf

    Band Members Favorite Maiden Albums?

    I'm usually good at figuring out these abbreviations, but I had to give that bolded one a few thoughts... Well Don't Look to the Eyes of a Stranger doesn't get this treatment too often.
  6. Randalf

    Metallica

    While I'm not the biggest TBA lover around (it's very good, but not the most interesting album to listen thoroughly, in my opinion anyway), I can see where you're coming from! Hardwired sort of combines the more accessible and melodic approach of the band's self-titled black album with slightly...
  7. Randalf

    New (old) Iron Maiden tour shirts released

    Agreed! For reason or another, although it has been used rather sparingly over the years and never taken much creative advantage of. Some of the new designs around the Maiden England tour were pretty neat though, but other than that, there are less creative and cool designs around now than the...
  8. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    Yeah, people have taken surprisingly well that For The Greater Good of God is being replaced with Heaven Can Wait for next year, due to poor crowd reaction FTGGOG got! Sorry.
  9. Randalf

    Bruce beaing rude!?!

    If you thought Britney fucking Spears was fucking cool take a look at us you motherfuckers, you lame fucks!
  10. Randalf

    Un-documented live songs (OFFICIAL RELEASES)

    "Should have been" is probably a bit overused statement around these matters, but I do agree that Tears of a Clown, with it's representative tour backdrop as cover art and the live version included, would've made a brilliant collectors item. :) TOAC 7" 1. Tears of a Clown 2. Tears of a Clown...
  11. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    Those of you who've listened to Blaze Bayley's most recent live album, Live in Czech... Just think how it sounds, produced with the limited resources they had. Nothing super fancy, but a step above his previous Live in France anyway. And then you have Iron Maiden, one of the biggest bands in...
  12. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    He gave quite an extensive talk before For the Greater Good of God in the first two shows though. Oh well, in the second anyway. In Tallinn, it was rather brief lead-up to the song, but he talked a lot during the first Helsinki show. For the second Helsinki show/third show of the tour, he...
  13. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    By the way, it took me embarrassingly long moment to figure out that "NOTD" stands for Nights of the Dead... I blame my lack of sleep from last night!
  14. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    Just imagine if the letters were A,T and G. You know what confirmed etc.
  15. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    War of the Worlds! Wajesty of the Waia
  16. Randalf

    Complaints about Maiden

    I'm very excited to hear the Harris-penned album closer, a progressive 24 minute epic suggestively titled Harris 2024. It opens with a ATG style spoken intro by someone impersonating Kamala Harris. Four more years! Four more years! If Joe lives for a hundred years, Americans, no more tears
  17. Randalf

    THE ULTIMATE HISTORY TOUR (Poll)

    Been there, done that... sort of. ;) And while this format does offer more freedom than the one quoted above, I think that my original selection holds up rather well: Following the rules of this particular thread, No Prayer & Seventh Son representatives would change from Public Enema and...
  18. Randalf

    The Genesis of Somewhere in Time

    Man of Sorrows also originates from the same era and it's structurally very similar to Tears, so it sort of adds up to this as well. I'm with you on two this, but I'd say it's not totally unlikely that parts of the song, say, the opening or some basic melodies might very well originate from...
  19. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    Yeah, he's a beast there! In general, I'd say that The Legacy of the Beast has been fantastic run for Nicko. Should it end up being his last, it would definitely be a worthy on-stage swan song for him.
  20. Randalf

    Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City (new live album)

    The Bruce 2018 vs 2019 has been raised quite many times already, but I have to admit that it does bother me a little bit as well. Maybe it's not so much that alone, but along with the (at least from what we've gathered so far) production issues, Nights of the Dead just seems to land somehwere...
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