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  • Audio CD (Oct. 1 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD
  • Label: EMI Music
  • ASIN: B0000AXM3Q
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD Audio  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (445 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 14JRNY on April 15 2011
Format: Audio CD
I like all 4 of the post-2000 Iron Maiden albums...
Brave New World
Dance Of Death
A Matter Of Life And Death
Final Frontier

...but I like this one (Dance Of Death) the best. I'm not going to try and analyze why, but I find that there are more songs on this album that are more enjoyable and more memorable. One exception to this is the first song "Wildest Dreams", which I feel is one of the weakest Maiden songs ever. I would suggest skipping this song and starting the album on track #2 ("Rainmaker"). From here on out, you probably won't skip any. It's a shame that they chose to start such a great album with such a weak song.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 12 2010
Format: Audio CD
Dance of Death, Iron Maiden's 13th studio album and 2nd since the triumphant return of Bruce and Adrian, is yet another monster filled with dramatic metal. Yes, it is inferior to the previous album, Brave New World, which was near-perfect for its time. However, Dance of Death should not be dismissed. There are Iron Maiden classics here to rival material from the glory days, deep album tracks worth listening to.

First I want to mention the album cover -- for the second time, Iron Maiden have done what I consider to be a terrible cover. (I consider the original No Prayer cover to be almost as bad.) I'd never wear this on a T-shirt. This is awful, awful, awful. This is by far the worst album cover Maiden have ever used. If you look carefully there are mistakes all over the place, such as the baby's foot going through the wolf! Fortunately, the inner booklet is much better. Like a ghostly version of the orgy scene in Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, the band are surround by masked, topless, ghostly women. I'm not doing it justice with that description but it's very cool.

Onto the music.

I found Bruce Dickinson's voice on this album to be weaker than Brave New World. My personal feeling at the time (and this is just my opinion) was that the band rushed into recording too soon after touring. As such, Bruce's voice sounds more worn out, similar to the way it did on No Prayer. The rest of the band is as strong as ever, and all six members write. Even Nicko McBrain, who gets his first-ever writing credit..."Mission From 'Arry" notwithstanding.

The album starts with the first single, and unfortunately one of the weakest songs. It is the brief Smith/Harris rocker, "Wildest Dreams". This ain't a "Wicker Man" nor a "Different World".
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By William Sedor on June 9 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As always, Iron Maiden, seems never to duplicate songs on its albums..All the musics on this are new to my listening pleasures..
I have been a fan from the first Vynal albums they released in 1984, of which I still have..
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By samuelynch on June 9 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
i bought this CD because i liked the song dance of death on the en vivo live album but im happy to say its not the only good song on the CD wildest dreams is by far the weakest song on the album rainmaker is in my opinion the best on this CD awsome song no more leis is good song but a very repeatitive corus montsegur is a prety good one not as good as rainmaker but ok dance of death an amazing song gates of tomorrow is good it has an almost guns n roses sound so yeah good song new frontier has more of a back in the vilage feel which i like paschendale is heavy long and nice to listen to face in the sands intro is better then the actual song but its still good age of innocents very good strong song journeyman is the perfect song to end with soft and calm all in all a prety good buy and it shiped in just a few days well i hope you find this review helpfull
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THE WORDS I WRITE IS MY EFFORT FOR YOU TO SEE THAT IRON MAIDEN CAN'T DISAPOINT THE FANS, THIS COULD BE THE LAST MAIDEN RELEASE
AND SOME NOT TRUE MAIDEN FANS DON'T REALLY LIKE IT BUT IF YOU HAVE FOLLOWED THEM SINCE IRON MAIDEN AND TAKE HEED OF THE FINE RIFFS AND THE STRANGE WAY TO MAKE YOU DREAM OF THINGS NEVER KOWN
THOU SHALL OPEN THY EYES:
WILDEST DREAMS AND RAIN MAKER : A (SPIRIT RAISER)
NO MORE LIES,MONTSÉGUR AND PASCHENDALE : A (MAKE YOU A STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND)
DANCE OF DEATH, FACE IN THE SAND,AGE OFINNOCENCE AND JOURNEYMAN:A+ (THE TRAVEL TO THE YEARS AND FEELINGS YOU HAD)
GATES OF TOMORROW AND NEW FRONTIER:A+ (NEW JEWELS FOR THIS GOLDEN YEARS)
IF YOU ARE OF OUR RACE YOU'LL UNDERSTAND....JUST REMEMBER.
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By e5150 on Sept. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
Yup, Janick's "dancing" was the "death" of Iron Maiden. No doubt about that.
The best place to start an album review is the first thing you see: the cover.
But first, why is it that if someone has a gripe about an album then they aren't a "true" fan? By that logic, a "true" fan will accept whatever they are fed, no questions asked, regardless of the junk being laid before them. If that's the case, then I'm not a "true" fan. I have that annoying tendency to actually "think for myself" and make my own decisions. Which I believe actually gives me a bit of an edge, since I do have the ability to be a bit more objective in my views. I like how all of the "true" fans vote no on all of the unflattering reviews of the album, while you rarely see a nay-sayer strike back similarly. I'm glad I'm not a "true" fan...Anyway, as far as a review goes, one must first be willing to listen to the songs, which brings us back to the "cover".
Mannequins? Stupid, computer generated MANNEQUINS?!?!?!
If Steve is going to start taking over everything, why can't he give doing the the cover art a stab. maybe he can do better than whomever is the johnny-come-lately they've hired for the cover art. I'm sorry, but the cover is where I stopped and, if you can't stomach the ill-conceived cover to the point where you won't even buy the product, what's the point anymore? Well, I did manage to check the band roster and, yup, Janick is still there. That's all I needed to see. I walked on.
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