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  1. I don't care what Maiden haters say, I've been a Maiden fan since The Number of the Beast album release. I like DiAnno and Dickinson era. Bailey also fits well. After No prayer for Dying , it took longer for some of the albums to get used to, but even Virtual XI has some great work there. I always prefer listening to the 80s Maiden and occasionally dip in post 90s Maiden material but one thing is for sure, I won't change with fashion. First gig was SSOTSS, latest was Book of Soul where I met Dennis Stratton outside 02 going to the gig. I managed to get Nicko's drum stick during a gig and hopefully one day it'll be Steve wrist band. Up the Irons!
  2. Brilliant, how did I miss this post?
  3. Was that for Maidens seventh tour of a seventh tour?
  4. No, originally from Europe, but living in the UK majority of my life so didn't think bands like Kreator, Halloween, Running Wild would be popular in UK. Scorpions did.
  5. I would never thought that Kreator was known in the UK. Kreator reminds me my teenage years. As for the picking technique, I am the other way. I can't pick fast with a pick on a bass. I tried some fast Megadeath lines to get the sound but my picking is very inconsistent. Also shame, David was booted out Dave. I think they may struggle to replace him.
  6. Screaming may be not your cup of tea, but some vocalists in metal are just fenomenal, Bruce Dickinson, Ronnie James Dio R.I.P., Michael Kiske, Lemmy, Bon Scott ( sort of metal). These cannot be matched by Simon Cowells manufactured horse stinky poo
  7. As a Maiden fan I would also listen to Napalm Death, Cannibal Corpse, Death, Obituary and the list goes on. This was in late 80s early 90's due to my friends different taste in music and influence. Never owned a tape, it was usually at someone else's house. Although what I consider heavy stuff to my comfortable listening are old Metallica, Anthrax, Slayer, Sepultura... Somehow , I never get hooked on Slipknot or like bands... Apart from Maiden , heavier/ faster stuff I sometimes dipped in were Annihilator, Accept, Running Wild. I just love 80' s metal and even 80' pop I must admit
  8. Well done to Dad, sort of reminds me the tune from Trigger Happy TV series, secret agent/ spooky.
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