That being said, I would be really surprised if Adrian wrote the lyrics of The Writing on the Wall.
'Janick is in Newcastle'? That's either a 'name the nearest northern town southern people might have heard of' or he's gone to the dark sideThis is fresh interview with Bruce, it's been posted on the main part of the forums but shall go here aswell:
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I think summer 2006 was the last chance for him to do a round of solo shows. I always thought he would do a run of European festivals promoting Tyranny of Souls. Similar to what he did in 2002. I can’t imagine he would want to do small halls and theatres. Since 2006, he hasn’t really had a summer off!I think last Bruce show was in 2002. What a shame. I was always hoping that he is going to do tour or one show with only his Maiden credits, that would be a hell of a setlist.
I think eh was pretty fed up with playing small venues in 1998. That was another reason for coming back to Maiden. Maybe he was still in that mindset in 2005-06.I can. But it's really sad that he didn't do a tour (or at least a small run of dates) for Tyranny Of Souls. Great album.
Agreed! I really love Tyranny Of Souls! But did Bruce ever made a bad solo album? I think the debut was the least consistent but that contained great songs too.I can. But it's really sad that he didn't do a tour (or at least a small run of dates) for Tyranny Of Souls. Great album.
The A-side is pretty strong here (I first owned this on cassette when it was released), I've always liked Born In '58 and Son Of A Gun + title track as the best.Tattooed Millionaire is a good fun album with only two fillers imo.
As a whole album, I like it more than Balls To Picasso & Skunkworks - although the album from 1994 has better songs.
I was wondering about that the last time we saw this interview. Chances of Janick actually being in Newcastle vs chances of London-based journalist thinking Newcastle is the entirety of the North East ...'Janick is in Newcastle'? That's either a 'name the nearest northern town southern people might have heard of' or he's gone to the dark side