10/10. Absolutely amazing, I love the atmosphere.
I currently own Persona and the Faith Trilogy Criterion releases so far. Still need to get The Seventh Seal and Wild Strawberries soon. I'm also a big fan of Akira Kurosawa, Stanley Kubrick and Orson Welles.Bergman also had a huge impact on my life. Own all of his Criterion Blu Ray releases, and cherish them unabashedly. I'm glad to hear you made it through a rough season and managed to gain some clarity and passion for what you wish to do/accomplish in the coming years. It's encouraging, especially for people like me who are still trying to figure things out.
No, this can't be. How could you possibly hear how many bars each guitarrist plays? :OAn epic title track and another excellent song by the Gers/Harris combo. This track is atmospheric and exciting and the arrangement of the song is great.
What is really cool is the 3/4 (6/8?) beat that really gives the dance feeling in the as well as the melodies which seems to fit the theme perfectly.
The solos are on of the greatest solos the band have made and all the guitarists really delivers. The only thing that bothers me is that both H and Janick plays 16 bars solo while Dave only plays 8 bars, I wanted more of Dave!
A great epic. The only thing that's missing is the emotion connection and the overwhelming feeling I get from their all time best tracks, but like I said, still a pretty damn good song.
Well, it is not that hard to count actually. The first solo is Adrian (4:31 - 5:01.) If you start counting at 4:31 you will reach 16 when Daves solo starts (5:01 - 5:16). If you then count bars during his solo you will get 8, and on Janicks solo 16 bars. (5:44 - 6:14) .No, this can't be. How could you possibly hear how many bars each guitarrist plays? :O
I'm really impressed. Could you explain it, please?
Also, DOD is great. One of the top 15 Maiden songs of all time.