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Iron Maiden

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Iron Maiden by Iron Maiden

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Iron Maiden

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Label: Sanctuary
Thanks to the particularly raw production and the fact that lead singer Bruce Dickinson had not yet joined the band, Iron Maiden's 1980 debut may sound a little different to folks expecting the high-flying guitar and vocal attack the band is known for. That doesn't mean Iron Maiden is a crappy record, it just comes on like a sort of proggy Motorhead release at times, which is definitely not a bad thing. The pulsing twin guitars of "Phantom of the Opera" is where fans of "Run to the Hills" will find what they're looking for.

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Thanks to the particularly raw production and the fact that lead singer Bruce Dickinson had not yet joined the band, Iron Maiden's 1980 debut may sound a little different to folks expecting the high-flying guitar and vocal attack the band is known for. That doesn't mean Iron Maiden is a crappy record, it just comes on like a sort of proggy Motorhead release at times, which is definitely not a bad thing. The pulsing twin guitars of "Phantom of the Opera" is where fans of "Run to the Hills" will find what they're looking for.

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Thanks to the particularly raw production and the fact that lead singer Bruce Dickinson had not yet joined the band, Iron Maiden's 1980 debut may sound a little different to folks expecting the high-flying guitar and vocal attack the band is known for. That doesn't mean Iron Maiden is a crappy record, it just comes on like a sort of proggy Motorhead release at times, which is definitely not a bad thing. The pulsing twin guitars of "Phantom of the Opera" is where fans of "Run to the Hills" will find what they're looking for.