Discussion in 'Piece Of Mind' started by gor, Mar 2, 2004.
Also my favorite song from a solid but not great album. Love the solo at the end.
Who plays it?
A nice harmonized lead with bass accents kicks into a more driving version, giving way to a great verse with a sweet bass lead underneath. Pre-chorus 1 isn't quite as good, and pre-chorus 2 ("if you're gonna die") has some iffy group vocals. The chorus is merely OK, meandering all over the place, though it gets the job done.
Another great verse and good pre-chorus 1 before we're back into the so-so pre-chorus 2 and chorus. This kicks into an excellent solo with a nice rising bass line, then an OK harmonized section with a pretty good vocal bridge. Another excellent solo follows before returning to pre-choruses 1 & 2 and an odd variant of the chorus that ends abruptly.
Another song with brilliant sections, but some more questionable parts as well. Despite its weaknesses I think I have to round it up to an 8/10 because it's so undeniably catchy.
I think ''Die With Your Boots On'' can be count as a classic. Fantastic opening riff and both solos are really awesome. The chorus is interesting (suits the song) and the song is a perfect example of twin guitar playing. It is strange that sometimes I like this song, but sometimes I do not like it that much. - 8/10.
Die with your boots on has an excellent main riff and chorus. Some other nice parts as well. 8
A great opening riff and great verses are brought down a tad by a weaker pre-chorus and chorus, but are brought up again via a stellar instrumental section and a bit of an oasis there where Bruce lets loose his voice and gives a great performance. It's pretty strong as a whole with some weaker bits. 7
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