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  • Audio CD (27 Feb. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • ASIN: B006V7RJYG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Awoken Broken is the debut album from Primal Rock Rebellion, a studio project by Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith and former SikTh front-man Mikee Goodman who aim to fuse the prime heavy metal sound of Iron maiden with nods to the alternative and underground. The album features the debut single "No Place Like Home". --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Inferno on 27 Feb. 2012
Format: Audio CD
There are some things in life (and music) that are meant to fit together - rock royalty Iron Maiden and UK precision metallers SikTh are not salt & pepper or Laurel & Hardy or roast beef & Yorkshire pud. What they are is a far-from-predictable, studio-based alliance that might seem a trifle off-the-wall on paper, but hits the spot massively in practise. If you're a fan of SikTh or Maiden, then there's plenty here to grab your interest, and enough experimentation to keep you both entertained & challenged. Former SikTh frontman/lyricist, Mikee Goodman, shows just how much he's matured, with his big hooks, thought-provoking lyrics & memorable choruses, while Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith proves that he's not afraid to push the envelope and to try out new things - to sharpen his musical edge and to keep the whole thing exciting & fresh. All in all, a great album, whatever your affiliations and taste - if you like rock (in all or any of its various guises) you'll relish this meeting of music & minds.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Press on 17 Jun. 2012
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Few albums these days grab you immediately and most albums by established bands fail to deliver decent memorable songs. This experimental project by Iron Maiden's Adrian Smith however hooked me immediately. OK, Mikee's strange vocal style needs a little getting used to. I've not heard any SikTh and am not a fan of cookie monster or dead man singing vocals but thankfully Mikee rises above that and you soon realise what a good vocalist he is capable of cutting across a varied range. The songs are well structured and executed, and Adrian Smith's playing faultless. These are mostly all out metal rock songs that are well outside Smith's day job with Maiden but neither are they extreme - think high quality mid-paced metal rockers (in the main). As with the two Bruce Dickinson albums, he played on before rejoining Maiden, Smith downtuned his guitar (to Drop D according to a recent interview which isn't drastic) and wasn't afraid to push the envelope which he does with style here. Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joy420 on 20 May 2012
Format: Audio CD
This ain't Maiden! Not even close. This is a whole different animal.
This CD is a creeper. At first the vocals can be a little... off-putting? Is that a word? They take some getting used to, as they're quite unusual. But after a couple listens, I found a few weird refrains stuck in my head. Some more listens and it sinks in -- this CD is Mind Blowingly Good. Quite possibly the best thing I've heard in a LONG time (since I discovered Ween). It's complex - all kinds of stuff going on if you listen, different, and oh so very heavy! Mikee Goodman's voice WORKS. It may sound screamy (and I am SO not a fan of screamy vocals) but it's actually quite melodic, in combination with Adrian's incredible playing, and song writing (c'mon - most of the best Maiden songs were written by Adrian!). I am now a big Mikee Goodman fan. Also, Adrian's backing vocals are awesome. I love every song on the CD but the favorites are No Friendly Neighbour, No Place Like Home, I See Lights, Bright As Fire, Tortured Tone, Search For Bliss and Snake Ladders. OK - the whole CD, really. The guitar playing is *amazing* - the solo in BaF will knock you on your butt. Wild! (GO H!) And the best song on the cd is... Tortured Tone. Again and again and again.
The production, and the sound/tone of H's guitar is better than I've heard in ages.
Listen to it with an open mind. Give it a few listens.

Adrian said about it in a recent interview,"It might be a bit hard to take for some people, but if you give it a chance, there's actually quite a lot of interesting stuff in there."
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I love Adrian Smith. I love the fact that he branches out into different territory (Welcome to the World by Psycho Motel is one of my all time favourite albums) but why the hell did he choose a crap vocalist to bring the album down?????? The vocals simply do not do this album justice! Musically the ferocity is utterly brilliant but I cannot stand the vocalist!
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By N. Irshad on 17 May 2012
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I bought this after I saw it advertised on Iron Maiden website. This is a collaboration between Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith and some bloke who used to be in a band called Sikth. He has a strange singing style which I am still trying to get used to but this is by no means the worst album that I have ever heard. There is some good stuff on here, you just have to get used to the singing style.
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