1. Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time
The album that got me not only into Maiden but Eddie big time.
2. Guns 'N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Again I heard this when I was getting into rock/metal. It was around the same time as hearing SIT
3. Fields of The Nephilim - The Nephilim 1988
I meant to say that both Futureal and Clairvoyant have no type. Also I had to size down all those rare Eddie pics on the previous page, but don't worry I didn't overwrite the originals. I saved the much lower res versions temporarily to my desktop.
You probably didn't notice my previous post with all the rare Eddies? Anyway I have both Futureal and The Clairvoyant in excellent resolutions. Futureal is 2267 x 3102 and Clairvoyant is 5817 x 5759. Are these good enough for you? The only problem is I don't know how to send pms on this site.
I know it's a bootleg, and I have the exact Eddie image in a far far better resolution. In fact I have the vinyl of that picture. But the fact is that this chap is providing people with low res posters.
I just thought I'd point out that I bought a Seventh Son poster of Eddie holding a demon baby a few years ago from this seller, and I thought and hoped that the resolution would be fantastic, but it wasn't. It looks like he may have downloaded some of these pictures from the net on a low or...
Not really a huge fan of the cover art for 'A Matter of Life and Death'. Eddie is not in the foreground as he usually is. People keep going on about how great this cover is, but for me it's just an alright cover compared to the might Derek's work.
Dimmu Borgir were one of the first black metal bands I got into along with Immortal, Cradle etc. I love the new album, and it may be almost as great as 'Puritanical' in most parts. My least favourite album has to be 'In Sorte Diaboli'. Although it wasn't a terrible album by any stretch, what I...
I love them, and they are great musicians. The only problem I have with them is that their albums are so damn expensive. I also love their female version of Eddie known as 'Edwina'. The really awesome thing is that Edwina was created by the man himself Derek Riggs.
Very good band for sure. The old stuff is fantastic up to 'The Great Mass' which was an incredible album. I thought the other albums were very disappointing due to the lack of interesting guitar riffs on later albums and replaced by too much boring power chords and way too much orchestration.