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Origin Country: United Kingdom
Style Genre: Heavy Metal / NWOBHM
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: image+.cue
Catalog ID: TOCP-65948-9
Label: EMI Records
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Another Iron Maiden live album? This is the fifth live album from Steve Harris, Bruce Dickinson and company, following 1985’s classic “Live after Death” and 1993’s not exactly classic, yet enjoyable “A Real Live One,” “A Real Dead One,” and “Live At Donnington.” “A Real Live One” and “A Real Dead One” were my introduction to live albums, and as lonely teenager, I really cherished them. As a lonely adult, I actually like them, yet realize that there are better delivered and performed live albums out there. “Rock In Rio,” is easily my favorite live Maiden release since their “Live After Death” masterpiece.
This album was recorded in Rio De Janeiro, at the “Rock In Rio” festival, in front of Iron Maiden’s greatest audience ever – and they really make themselves heard on this album. The group sounds familiar with the band’s newer material proving that Iron Maiden are similarly as vital as they’ve at any point been. Six songs from the band’s 2000 reunion creation, “Brave New World,” are included in the setlist, with five appearing on the primary circle. Two songs from the Blaze Bayley era also appear: “Sign of the Cross” and “The Clansman.” It’s interesting to hear Bruce Dickinson’s interpretation of these songs.
The classics are here as well: “Hallowed Be Thy Name,” “The Trooper,” “Wrathchild,” and so forth Be that as it may, when you have 12 studio albums and have released as many classic metal songs as Maiden have, fans are inevitably going to complain about certain songs not making the cut, especially fans who aren’t into the band’s newer material. Personally, I am thankful for the overabundance of new songs on “Rock In Rio.” The old songs can be heard on the band’s past four live albums. Assuming you want to hear “Aces High,” go tune in to “Live After Death.
All in all, how does Maiden sound after all these years? The band’s performance is first rate, and the addition of the third guitarist gives the songs a more full stable. Bruce Dickinson’s vocals are great as well, although his voice isn’t exactly an incredible as it used to be. In the event that you’ve heard his singing on the “Beast On the Road” visit, you’ll know exactly what I mean. At the point when he screams “the Mercenaaaaaaaaary” to introduce the song of the same name, it sounds pretty appalling. Thankfully, these “appalling” minutes are not many number, and I find that Bruce’s vocal performance on “Rock In Rio” is greatly improved and infinitely more inspired than on Maiden’s live releases in the ’90’s. Bruce sings with uncharted softness on the opening sections of “Sign of the Cross” and “Brave New World,” and even snarls certain words and lines all through the album (eg. “show them no fear”).
Rock in Rio Tracklist
- 01. Intro (1:56)
- 02. The Wicker Man (4:42)
- 03. Ghost Of The Navigator (6:49)
- 04. Brave New World (6:07)
- 05. Wrathchild (3:06)
- 06. 2 Minutes To Midnight (6:27)
- 07. Blood Brothers (7:15)
- 08. Sign Of The Cross (10:49)
- 09. The Mercenary (4:43)
- 10. The Trooper (4:33)
- 01. Dreams Of Mirrors (9:38)
- 02. The Clansman (9:19)
- 03. The Evil That Men Do (4:41)
- 04. Fear Of The Dark (7:41)
- 05. Iron Maiden (5:52)
- 06. The Number Of The Beast (5:00)
- 07. Hallowed Be Thy Name (7:24)
- 08. Sanctuary (5:17)
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