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Fear of the Dark Enhanced, Import


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  • Audio CD (March 26 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • ASIN: B000063DIH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Final say in METAL on April 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is completely underrated and overllooked, the only lame songs on this album are childhood's end, and Fear Is The Key, and evend they are not as bad as anything on say.. The X Factor.
So, In Conclusion avoid the Nay-sayers!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rocker_Man on Aug. 28 2003
Format: Audio CD
With Maiden's 1990 release, No Prayer For The Dying, there was no denying it - many of the band's long-time fans thought they were finished. For some reason, people seem to have a strong dislike toward Janick Gers, but he's every bit as good a guitarist as Adrian smith. This point was beautifully demonstrated on the 1992 album, Fear Of The Dark. Read on for track-by-track summaries and opinions, as well as my thoughts on the remastering.
Be Quick or Be Dead - The opening track is a fast and furious rock assault you'd have to be a fool not to love. Arguably the best track here.
From Here to Eternity - Part Four (and to date, the final part) in the Charlotte series. Of the two nineties songs in this series, this is the superior of the two.
Afraid to Shoot Strangers - Slow, dark, gloomy, and hard - this song is a regular masterpiece. Who would've thought an ANTI-war song could be so cool?
Fear Is the Key - Not the best track on the album, but a highly underrated little gem. DON'T SKIP IT!
Childhood's End - Ditto.
Wasting Love - Probably Maiden's most overrated post-eighties song, but it's still a pretty good one that often goes underappreciated by the band's die hard fans.
The Fugitive - This is the tale of a man accused of a crime he didn't commit, who must clear his name. Once again, it's an underrated little gem.
Chains of Misery - ARGUABLY THE BAND'S MOST UNDERRATED SONG EVER. THIS IS NOT A FILLER, PEOPLE!
The Apparition - Yet another one of the "underrated but cool" songs on the album.
Judas Be My Guide - Lyrics are the main strength of this one, especially in the chorus.
Fear Of The Dark - The title track is a hard and gloomy masterpiece. It's no wonder it's become a fan favorite!
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I grew up with these bands and continue to love playing the recordings over and over again..
If you like Heavy Rock Music, You'll like these boys, their Great...
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After dropping the ball on the previous release "No Prayer For The Dying", Iron Maiden attempted to get things right with this 1992 release. Ironically they'd get even worse as the 90's progressed with the horrible Blaze Bailey offerings.
There are stronger tracks on this effort. "Be Quick Or Be Dead", "From Here To Eternity", Weekend Warrior", and the soon to be live favourite "Fear Of The Dark" certainly rate mentioning. Not quite a complete comeback for Eddie's boys but an overall better effort. The starred review says 3 stars, but I would rate it 3.5 stars.
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This was the second Iron Maiden album I ever owned, mostly because it was on sale and I didn't know any better. It's actually a pretty solid album, especially the title track, "Afraid to Shoot Strangers", and "Judas Be My Guide". However, there are a few total dogs on this album, namely "Weekend Warrior" and "Chains of Misery", two songs which go nowhere and aren't up to Maiden's lyrical or musical standards. I still went out and bought the rest of the catalogue after listening to this but it's not the best introduction to Maiden. Stick with any of the albums from the 80's before picking this one up.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jean-François Lévis on July 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
The last album featuring Bruce Dickinson on vocals (before his return in 1999), this album markes the end of an era of greatness that was fading away with the album before (No prayer for the dying). With his singer aiming a solo career and the birth of the grunge movement, Iron Maiden was at a crossroad in his history.
1-Be quick or be dead : A good opener but not as good as what was done in the 80's. Bruce's voice is not as powerful. 8,5/10
2-From here to eternity : A bluesy kinda song that features again the voice of Bruce trying to imitate AC/DC's style. OK song but not memorable. 8/10
3-Afraid to shoot strangers : Another song about war written by Steve Harris. And a damn good one. 9,5/10
4-Fear is the key : This song reminds me a bit of the song Powerslave (but not as good !). There is a chaotic part in the middle of the song that is not Maiden's style but still good. 8/10
5-Childhood's end : A more traditionnal Maiden style song. Bruce's voice is back on top. 9/10
6-Wasting love : Iron Maiden first real attemp to do a ballad. The result is not cheesy but that's not with that kind of song that they made new fans. And maybe it was the reason why they released it as a single. 8/10
7-The fugitive : Same as Childhood's end. 9/10
8-Chains of misery : Good song with an OK chorus but not more. 8/10
9-The apparition : This song never picks up despite a good instrumental part. Very boring. 6/10
10-Judas be my guide : A catchy song with a good chorus. With the years it gets better and better. 8,5/10
11-Weekend warrior : This song should have been on Tattooed Millionaire (Bruce Dickinson first solo album) or on a B-side. It's not serious and it sounds like AC/DC.
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