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A wah-drenched solo adds some ass to it all. All musicians play well here and Bruce Dickinson can still hit the high notes just fine, but in the scope of progressive rock, this is somewhat marginal. It is incredible music and one of the highlights of this album. The Wickerman is an energetic opener with nice guitarsolo's, but the real fun begins with Ghost of the Navigator with it's story-telling lyrics and great guitar sound. With the return of lead-singer and front-man Bruce Dickinson and guitarist Adrian Smith Maiden had this amazing momentum. Over all an astonishing album! And there is little deception here.
After the guitar solo, there is another insanely beautiful moment between the guitars and keyboards, and I love to just put this part on repeat and let it lift me above the ground. The following albums are better, and I am very excited to hear what may be next. There are even a few songs here like the title track and ''Ghost of the Navigator'' that don't do anything for me at all. Out of the Silent Planet is a catchy fast-paced rocker that exceeds the duration it needs in my opinion, being quite repetitive. A Celtic-tinged dual guitar theme is lovingly expressed, with another solo creeping out with unashamed vigor and ceremony.
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It's really great music combining excellent guitar riffs, dynamic bass lines and great double guitar work. The lesson learned is the employment of simple themes in mid-tempo, repeated over and over again. The opening part is excellently and I cannot believe that band like IrMa opens the song with such style. Brave New World 6:19 4. The chorus sounds just the same, bringing memories of by-gone eras. Structurally, this track might be considered as prog - it's about 10% content only. There are signs that do not lie.
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A fantastic song, another check-mark for the resurrection list. It slows back down after 8 minutes. The guitars play great tunes, while the rhythm is like a zigzagging serpent. In the United States, it debuted at No. With Dickinson at the helm, everything was in place together; the band could once again focus on writing their traditional metal anthems, as now they had a singer whose voice could actually match the power of the instrumental machinery. The song quietens to a minimalist clean guitar and hi hat cymbal beat.
The tempo doesn't change even in the instrumental section, which features some great melodies and it's the best part of the song, with extensive use of the synth. Indeed, only Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son - to which it bears a significant resemblance - is better. Prog has turned me into a no-boundaries kind of music fan and this is my first Maiden album and review. The second time that the verse appears, it would do so in faster speed, but with the same guitars singing in the background. After Somewhere in Time this is probably my second favourite Maiden album. The Fallen Angel is a song-type like the Mercenary.