Brave New World Import
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One of the most comforting things about living in the UK is knowing what you can rely on: bank holidays will be rainy, beans will be on the breakfast menu and Britain's homegrown heavy metal heroes will continue rocking well into their twilight years. Motorhead do it, Ozzy Osbourne does it and, with Brave New World, Iron Maiden prove that they can do it, too. Featuring the return of vocalist Bruce Dickinson, after his self-imposed, six-year exile from the band, Brave New World is the sound of classic Iron Maiden at their finest. The guitars--augmented by the addition of a third guitarist, Adrian Smith--still scream along at top volume, with their signature blistering solos and frantic time changes. Songs like hit single "The Wicker Man", the anthemic "Blood Brothers" and "The Nomad" all bear the hallmarks of Maiden's best work--that is, they rock. Brave New World is the triumphant sound of one of Britain's heavy metal institutions returning to the top of the heap. --Robert Burrow --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
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Brave New World features the three guitar lineup of Gers, Murray and Smith for the first time in the studio, but not the first time ever. Smith guested on "Running Free" with Gers & Murray at the Donington 1992 show. Additionally, Steve Harris had flirted with a three guitar lineup very early in Maiden's career. The original Iron Maiden lineup consisted of two guitar players named Terry Rance and Dave Sullivan. Neither were standout solists, but Dave Murray was. Harris' concept was to bring in Murray as a third guitarist to solo over the other two. They didn't like that idea and they split. Since then, fans have wondered what Maiden would sound like with three guitars. Wonder no more!
Brave New World is also the first full Maiden album produced by Kevin "Caveman" Shirley (Dream Theater - he did the "Wraithchild" promo single prior to this), and features cover art partially done by original Maiden artist Derek "Dr. Death" Riggs. Anticipatiom ran high!
I don't think many Maiden fans were disappointed. Even the staunchest fans like me didn't think Blaze Bayley had what it took to sing Maiden's back catalogue live, and on the last tour his voice was very shaky (at least at the show I heard). Bruce, on the other hand, had come off a pair of very heavy and well received solo albums called The Chemical Wedding and Accident Of Birth, featuring Roy Z and Adrian Smith on guitar. His voice sounded very strong and mature.Read more ›
Any fan of rock music should give this album a try.
At the turn of the century however,things have very much changed since Bruce had left the band.Many artists came with some rap sounds added to their music and nu-metal came in.I'm glad to say that Maiden ignored all of this and remained true to their music and they did one of their best albums here.Who would have tought Maiden could come back and do such a great album after the last two?Not me,and not unless Bruce came back!Brave New World turns out to be one of ther best albums,it sounds like old Maiden,they're definatly back.The songs are incredible,the playing is tight,everything sounds good.
It feels really good to have Bruce and Adrian back in the band,they're playing like they've never been gone!Right with the first song "The Wicker Man" you know that Maiden is back for real.Read more ›
This album is simply brilliant and proved that good music can still be made despite the horrible decade that was ending (the nineties). Here is a review of all the songs on the album :
1- Wickerman : Maiden is back ! Great opener. Very near the quality of Aces high and Moonchild. 10/10
2- Ghost of the navigator : Very nice follow-up. Brings a new dimension to the traditionnal Maiden. The riff is very similar to Ozzy's I don't know. 9/10
3- Brave New World : Beautiful song. Bruce's voice is stronger than ever. 10/10
4- Blood brothers : Another Steve Harris classic. 9/10
5- The mercenary : A fast rocker that, even though, is not a classic, does the job. 8,5/10
6- Dream of mirrors : A "new" Maiden kind of song. A great epic. Bruce's voice is almost over the edge. 9/10
7- Fallen angel : One of the reasons we love Adrian Smith, a good rocker with a great solo. 9/10
8- Nomad : A great epic with a wonderful instrumental break. This song could fit easily on Piece of mind. 9/10
9- Out of the silent planet : A fresh new Maiden song with a great acoustic intro. 9/10
10- The thin line between love and hate : The weakest song on the album. Some parts are very good, some are just OK. 7,5/10
Overall, the gift that die hard Maiden fans didn't expect.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I grew up with these bands and continue to love playing the recordings over and over again..
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I really recomend this album to any metal fan, the strongest songs here are "Thw wickerman" "Ghost of the navigator" "Blood brothers" Brave new... Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2005 by cris
Brave New World is not only the greatest metal or maiden album ever, it is the best album ever with noone even coming close. Read morePublished on May 22 2005 by TheMercenary
Brave New World (2000) is the first Iron Maiden studio album with Bruce Dickinson on vocals since 1992's Fear of the Dark, and the first Maiden album with Adrian Smith on guitar... Read morePublished on July 7 2004 by Jim
Brave New World~ Iron Maiden is a very good metal album. The guitar riffs are pretty good. The lyrics are ok. But it is the enthusiasm that can not be denied. Read morePublished on July 1 2004 by B. Viberg
English hard rock legends Iron Maiden released twelfth studio album Brave New World in May of 2000. I found out a year earlier that both Adrian Smith and Bruce Dickinson had... Read morePublished on June 28 2004 by Terrence J Reardon