8 thoughts on “ Hallowed By The Name - Iron Maiden - Piece Of Canada (CD, Album)

  1. Iron Maiden – Hallowed Be Thy Name. Comments; 4 Tags; I'm waiting in my cold cell when the bell begins to chime Reflecting on my past life and it doesn't have much time 'Cause at 5 o'clock, General CommentThis is one of the most dramatically intense Iron Maiden songs and it's not surprising it's the band's favorite. To me it's about a.
  2. This album is a Maiden classic and has some great Maiden anthems on it. This CD version is the perfect way to update your Maiden collection to the CD format as it has two promo videos as enhanced content. If you love Iron Maiden then you probably have this album on any number of formats already, if you don't have this album and you love Maiden or Heavy Metal, then what are you waiting for?/5().
  3. Iron Maiden put the finishing touches on the album and issued the video pre-release single "Speed of Light" in August. The minute, double-length album Book of Souls followed in September. In 20the band set out on the Book of Souls World Tour in support of the album, and later released the live collection Book of Souls: Live.
  4. The reason why is that Maiden is absolutely my favorite. They were a young group of dudes that worked hard, perfected a genre, but had influences along the way. Hell, the name was ripped off and you can see a bit of influences from the 60's Iron Maiden, so you have to think Steve was just trying to take his influences and perfect them.
  5. Apr 10,  · Iron Maiden’s classic Hallowed Be Thy Name has been voted their best track in the new issue of Metal Hammer. It featured on their album The Number Of The Beast, which was also their first to feature frontman Bruce Dickinson.
  6. Best of the Beast was Iron Maiden's first "best of" album, released in in three formats: a 34 track (four disc) vinyl, a 27 track (two disc) CD, a 16 track (single disc) CD and MiniDisc. The vinyl edition is, to date, the band's longest record release, running for over three hours.
  7. Songwriter (s) Steve Harris. Producer (s) Martin Birch. " Hallowed Be Thy Name " is a song written by Steve Harris for the Iron Maiden album The Number of the Beast. It has been acclaimed as one of the greatest heavy metal songs of all time and is also considered one of the band's signature songs.
  8. Piece of Mind is Iron Maiden's second album featuring Bruce Dickinson, and in this one, Steve Harris clearly tried to push Bruce's vocals to the limit. It works well in the first half of the album (mainly in Where Eagles Dare, The Trooper and Die With Your Boots On), but fails spectacularly on Quest For Fire.

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