And for you, Mr. Silver, to the tune of Bruce Dickinson’s “Silver Wings”:For you, Weasel, a little poem to ponder over yonder and celebrate your musical tastes or wastes
I don't think it's that blasphemous. He's definitely altered his approach since then a fair bit, partly because of the music changing in style and partly because (as he said) he's consciously tried to let the music breathe more. It makes sense others would like it and some would not.I think the only really blasphemic part of that post is not liking Nicko's drumming since the NPFTD.
In fact, with Nomad disqualified for blatant plagiarism, there are three songs from the reunion era that I don't find too annoying - For the Greater Good of God, Mother of Mercy, and The Great Unknown.I find it the only decent song on TFF
I might have said that before, Diesel, apologies if I'm repeating myself, I honestly really wished I could relate to the post-80s material the way you guys do, and I know it's entirely my loss. But most of it still bores me to tears.Wow, okay Magnus, I see how it is.
Dunno really. I do hear it, but it's somehow less annoying than the bloated songs going nowhere, poorly constructed from totally different ideas and recycled fragments, lacking the easy flow that Maiden had earlier.How do you not find the obvious vocal straining on both Mother of Mercy and The Great Unknown annoying?
I don't think I can provide a rational explanation why I find a thing more annoying than another, honestly. I'm just confessing my heresy, it's the blasphemy thread after all.Yeah. I can't see how Ghost of the Navigator and Rainmaker, for example, are more annoying than those two.