Iron Maiden Dance of Death Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 08/31/2003
Tracks in Dance of Death: Wildest Dreams, Rainmaker, No More Lies, Montségur, Dance Of Death, Gates Of Tomorrow, New Frontier, Paschendale, Face In The Sand, Age Of Innocence, Journeyman
Dance of Death Album Tracklist
- Wildest Dreams Lyrics
- Rainmaker Lyrics
- No More Lies Lyrics
- Montségur Lyrics
- Dance Of Death Lyrics
- Gates Of Tomorrow Lyrics
- New Frontier Lyrics
- Paschendale Lyrics
- Face In The Sand Lyrics
- Age Of Innocence Lyrics
- Journeyman Lyrics
hard and rockin/always | Reviewer: teresa davies | 2/25/09
iron maiden are a truely fast and hard rocking to the maximem band. i'v known about them from around the 80's and what a great band they are. the first four albums.iron maiden fame.the number of the beast.killers.piece of mind.for great albums and they still got better and even faster.some where in time and no prayer for the dying.top rocking from this day on.well what else can i say.about dance of death not as good as some of the others.
All hail Iron Maiden! | Reviewer: Lucas Madigan | 10/20/05
One of the great things about Dance Of Death is that the band (while still sounding a bit modern) haven't shied away from their trademark guitar attack, howling vocals, and pummeling drums; another great thing is that the album closes with the string-laden, acoustic ballad "Journeyman", which is the first complete ballad of their career (and probably the highlight of the album); and also, drummer Nicko McBrain (after over 20 years in the band) writes his first song in Iron Maiden with "New Frontier". With Dance Of Death, Maiden prove that they still know how to rock!
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