This week we’re upping the irons as we pick The Best & Worst of 80’s Iron Maiden! Joining us for this talk is Chris Dunnett of Powerslave (The Iron Maiden Experience). Chris has been a die-hard Iron Maiden fan since the early days. His fandom has led him on a cool path that includes not only his great tribute band but two opportunities to actually appear on stage with Iron Maiden themselves!
Best & Worst of Iron Maiden
In this episode, we’re focusing on the formative years of the band. We start with the two Paul Di’Anno-fronted albums Iron Maiden (1980) and Killers (1981). From there, we go over the Bruce Dickinson era including Number of the Beast (1982), Piece of Mind (1983), Powerslave (1984), Somewhere in Time (1986), and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988). For each of these albums, we’ll share our thoughts and memories on them and pick what we think are the best and worst tracks. Will we agree? Will we disagree and start yelling at each other? Will our picks infuriate you? You’ll have to listen to find out!
We also cover the upcoming Powerslave/Rock United show taking place this weekend at Bowies in Nashville. It’s gonna be a great night of rock and metal music.
What are YOUR favorite/least favorite tracks from the 80’s Iron Maiden albums? List your choices in the comments below!
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