Skipping may be a critical exercise for boxers who are training for a bout but I have no time for skippers of Maiden songs. Anyone who skips through Satellite 15 to get to The Final Frontier is missing half the journey.
Forostar said:But when this skipping becomes and stays a habit, then the opportunity is not given to let it grow. Just like an album, a song can also grow.
Demigod_Tyek1230 said:Wow, a lot of people in this topic took this a bit seriously, and I have a feeling half of them were in regards to my post?
Well, I guess I should have said, I have listened to EVERY single Maiden song at least once. So I am not skipping them because I don't think I wouldn't like them. I'd skip them, if I had my ipod on shuffle for example, just because I didn't care for that particular song. Not because I think Iron Maiden sucks or anything.
Iron Maiden is my favorite band. If I could only pick one band to listen to for the rest of my life, it would be them. I just don't like all of their songs heh
I don't have Mother of Mercy either. But because the first time I ripped the CD it was corrupt and I'm too lazy to put it back on.Abas said:I have all the songs from Maiden's discography on my music player except for 2
Mother of Mercy
Those 2 are the only Maiden songs I'll never like
Holy Smoke said:I'd skip 100% Iron Maiden and Killers.
Donner said:In a way, and I'll date myself here, I miss tapes and vinyl as you were for the most part forced to endure songs to get to the great ones.
czgibson said:If there's a tune I want to listen to, then I'll skip to it. Other than that I'll usually listen to the whole album, or from wherever my iPod stopped last. That said, it takes a uncommon kind of mood to cause me to stick on Fear Of The Dark or No Prayer For The Dying and listen to them all the way through. Normally it's more a case of: "The car journey's almost over, I've listened to half of this live album. There's bound to be time to squeeze in 'Hallowed Be Thy Name', isn't there? It'd be rude not to."
I have some 600+ cassettes and no way of listening to them. I have found myself replacing some of them with Cds, fortunately Cds are considerably cheaper in cost than they used to be, though there is no way I will replace all of them as my tastes in music have changed a lot in the past 10 years or so.The Eclectic said:although perhaps I was just miffed that my casette collection had become redundant.
Prowler_108 said:Like Zare did, the ones from each album I wouldn't listen to individually