Not EMI, of course, but I think there was someone who knew these things and I took it for fact that they don't own rights to those 3 albums.I don't think that info is correct, and EMI doesn't exist anymore.
Nick Cave is great and one of the artists/bands that can do such things. He's master at what he does.Nick Cave announced a new album yesterday. It comes out next week. It can be done!
Naaah. How much you can talk about same set list, stage design etc.? 2 years is too much, now it will become 3.That is a bit of an overreaction. Time for your chill pill!
Well, we can always make lists while we're waiting for the next album. What are your top 50 Maiden songs?Naaah. How much you can talk about same set list, stage design etc.? 2 years is too much, now it will become 3.
And since there will be no news about album (probably) I'll be wasting my time talking about same things again and again.
I know, I was there. But that's not the point. The point is I'm not happy with another year of talking about LOTB, even when it's mind blowing. Everything has limits.
Watching a YouTube clip CANNOT be compared with being there.
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I can definitely see where the "not too many years left/not getting any younger/wasting time" point is coming from, but then again, it's also arguably one of the strongest justifications to move releasing studio recordings to later period and tour with a show that includes stuff like Aces High, Where Eagles Dare, Flight of Icarus, Hallowed be Thy Name and Run to the Hills all in one set when they still, giving absolutely their best effort and keeping stunningly high level nigh after night, definitely can. Touring with set heavily centered around recent songs is one of the biggest statements by the band even in this decade, but The Legacy of the Beast is almost if not just as big statement of the quality and power of their live shows. So, all things considered, the age point kinda works in both ways.The thing is that Maiden (and every other band from the aforementioned) are not getting any younger, so new music as soon as possible. We don't want Maiden to become a cabaret act, right......