Discussion in 'Maiden Chat' started by Hottysmiff, Aug 5, 2010.
This is correct.
Jurassic era interview
I agree. Not sure about which TBOS song was written first (Adrian and Bruce wrote together in the summer before going to the studio), but the first one to be recorded was 'The Great Unknown'.
Maybe If Eternity Should Fail?
But on the video Adrian says that it was the first song that the band had worked for the album. And it is not a filler for sure, one of the best songs on the album, great short rocker and a fantastic song to open the album ! Adrian's solo is magical.
Poto is recalling Alchemist story if my memory is correct. Different World came out of Smith's 7/4 riff in the first writing session for AMOLAD. A opener, played on tour of course, and a single. That isn't filler by definition.
Maybe Wildest Dreams was the first song written for the DOD album - it was performed live before the album was released.
Maiden: We've put a 92-minute album out at a time when most people have the attention span of a gnat ->
That is an old interview and I find it stupid that the website added it two days ago.
Presents as new = is old
Would you stop posting old stuff please. This was posted on the forum in 2015.
I guess that adding old Maiden-related content increases the number of visits to those websites.
These things are related to the thread, right ? Also they are great interviews and it would be interesting for people who haven't seen them and for all actually !
Then I advice you and them to read this whole thread. Enjoy!
But Foro, how can we do that when we have the attention span of a gnat?
For sure I will enjoy !
Nicko will be appearing in a drummer doc series on Sky Arts - episodes 2 and 4! Hoping someone in the UK can upload this for the rest of the world to see!
Lots of really entertaining footage showing up from Bruce's spoken word tour - he answers a fan question about repetitive choruses here
Watched part one last night, was enjoyable
Thanks, but @Naty already posted this some days ago.
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