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Origin Country: United Kingdom
Style Genre: Heavy Metal
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: image+.cue
Length: 01:21:57
Catalog ID: 0190295015930
Label: Parlophone UK
Social: Iron Maiden Facebook
Size: 665 MegaBytes.

About this Album

I never suspected I’d see the day “A Matter of Life and Death” was ousted as the best gathering era album however it has finally happened. Senjutsu, with all its tone and flavor, is somewhat more reliable and way more varied in temperament changes. As far as sythesis it is far more very much idea than its archetype, it seemed like BOS studio meetings were uninspired as they fostered all their ideas from scratch in Guillaume Tell’s facilities. This time they had the main thought processes and themes already composed and they just set up them structure-wise with Arry in the studio. The viral promotional campaign for the principal single was brilliant, as was the singles’ determination. The Writing on the wall and Stratego are probably the weakest tunes on the album however after listening to them half a month prior to, it was way easier to process them alongside the remainder of the tracks.

All in all, Senjutsu is an accolade for Iron Maiden’s whole career yet at the same time sounding new and vital as you can expect from the greatest heavy metal band ever, the class’ epitome. It is heavy and technical, loaded with proggresive undertones and a few references to their past albums, not rehased however. Adrian Smith’s guitar work and soloing is top bit, after listening to Smith/Kotzen’s album I realized his interpretation was going to be absolutely fantastic as he is in top structure and the two albums were recorded a couple of months away. He shares creation credits with Brucie on the main single, “Days of future past” – the heavy rocker of the record-and “Darkest Hour” which is kind of a dark force ballad. Davey isn’t credited on any tune however you can hear his leads accompanying the vocal tunes all through the entire record, and his soloing is as inspired as it was in 1983. Janick expressed “Stratego” and “The Time Machine” with Arry, his trademark acoustic intro style can be noted on the second and his intense, out of the box riffing is completely heard on the first; as well as his crazy soloing.

Arry hoarded melody credits probably because he arranged each track’s construction and yet he let the other part’s ideas stream and his own tunes are essentially amazing. “Lost in a lost world” for example, features the traditional “calm intro-stanzas instrumental break-heavy part-performances calm outro” structure, marvelously done. The utilization of clever extensions is remarkable and distances Senjutsu from its archetype, which was certainly flawed. There aren’t bass performances or particularly interesting bass fills without help from anyone else however the utilization of the acoustic bass and the arrangement in general is unbelievable. Bruce’s vocal performance is solid, titanic, gigantic. Vocals are epic to such an extent that at times it seems like they are greater than the tunes themselves. Verses are contacting to such an extent that they would make you wanna cry as you attempt to oblige them. Regardless of being 70 years old, Nicko’s performance is brutal. “Senjutsu” features tribal cadenced arrangements like I have never heard. Overall I would say this record was thought and composed for the loyal hardcore fanbase, the people who equally partake in The X Factor and Powerslave… this one goes to all of us. UP THE IRONS, DOWN TO HELL!

Senjutsu Tracklist

  • 01. Saturation Point (4:52)
  • 02. Dragon’s Mistress (3:41)
  • 03. Evil Thrill (5:31)
  • 04. Namida (Tears) (2:43)
  • 05. Anvils (2:38)
  • 06. Jewel (4:05)
  • 07. Forbidden City (8:18)
  • 08. Thunder March (4:12)

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