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Brave New World

14 Aug 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 29 May 2000
  • Release Date: 29 May 2000
  • Label: Parlophone UK
  • Copyright: 2000 Iron Maiden Holdings Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2000 Parlophone Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 1:06:56
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  • ASIN: B001I12VES
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,693 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 19 Oct 2006
Format: Audio CD
released in 2000 iron maidens brave new world is the 12th maiden album and marked the return of brucey dickinson on vocals and guitarist adrian smith to the band,which also resulted in three main guitars to the maiden sound.

The album has a certain progressive feel to it which was a classic maiden formula and with the band united again the songs are filled with passion and venom and the quality is relentless at times.Opening strongly with the wicker man which is punchy and certainly heavy its clear that the good times are back with maiden again and regardless of how you felt about the two albums that blaze sang on you have to admit its good to have bruce back on vocals,it just seemed to give the band back their collective bite.

The quality continues with key tracks like blood brothers,out of the silent planet,the fallen angel and brave new world,there isnt alot wrong with this except that some songs are so epic that they lose a bit of shine towards the end but thats a small gripe so in summary brave new world is yet again another excellent maiden release.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bravedart on 23 Jun 2000
Format: Audio CD
If ever there was a time for Steve and the boys to prove that Maiden had any worthwhile existence in the modern day world, then the Y2K seemed as good a time as any. Brave New World has turned out to be the album that Maiden fans have waited for. In my opinion this is one of the great metal albums of modern times, definately on a par with their finest work of the Mid eighties. Gone have the dodgy 'fillers' that cluttered (and ruined) most of their recent albums and what we are left with is an album that reeks quality. The return of Bruce was seen as many cynics as a last throw of the dice by the band that had been falling away from prominence since his departure, and if that is the case then he certainly is giving his all. Back is the 'air raid siren' of old and you have to wonder where it really went to after 'Seventh Son'. But BNW is more than just Dickinson's return to form. The musical quality on offer from the three axe men is breathtaking at its best.Be it heavy metal riffing on 'Ghost of the Navigator' or trading melodies on 'Thin line....' all i can say is that I can't get them out of my head! Another factor which has proved to be benficial is the introduction of Kevin Shirley as producer. He has found the perfect balance for the band and my speakers where jumping around more than I was playing the Album! My favourite song on the album (like everyone elses it seems) is the awsome 'Dream of Mirrors' Quite simply, the best song that they have recorded since 'Hallowed be thy Name' and a contender for best Maiden song ever, only time will tell. So go on, buy the album now. Be Brave.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is the best Maiden Album for a long time and I think it has more to do with the return of Adrian Smith than Bruce Dickinson (although his return is more than welcome and I for one was well chuffed). Adrian Smith brings a certain melodic tone to Maiden that was sadly lacking since his departure. I am not knocking the Maiden's Blaze years, they just did not do it for me.
This album is a real breath of fresh air and a great move for Maiden sticking with the formula of great music but breaking the mould with some of the tracks containing vocal and synth effects... nice (some of the lyrics are a bit pants thought but that has always been part of the fun with Maiden). Steve never fails to deliver on the bass and Niko is fast becoming one of the best metal drummers around! The three guitar combo works surprisingly well (even live, what a feat!!) too.
With modern Metal seeming to be more concerned with masks and contact lenses than decent music, it's a welcome relief to have Maiden back on top form, nice one boys, up the Irons!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Aug 2000
Format: Audio CD
'Brave New World' is the rebirth of Iron Maiden and possibly of good old fashioned Heavy Metal. Without Bruce Dickinson, the band were not the same but now with Bruce back and new guy Janick, things couldn't be better. Some of the tracks like 'The Wicker Man' and 'Fallen Angel' could easily fit in with earlier albums such as 'Powerslave' or 'Piece of Mind', but others such as 'Blood Brothers' and 'Dream of Mirrors' definitely break new ground for Iron Maiden. 'Blood Brothers' is one of the finest tracks Maiden have ever made. It's lyrics and central guitar piece are really powerful - not headbanging stuff - more like metallic art, if that makes sense. I think you'll find that most of the tracks start off slow, but don't be impatient - they're worth the wait! Like 'Dream of Mirrors' - the 4 or 5 minute slow intro is followed by a speed metal middle which is really breathtaking. Also, the title track's pretty good too. With the 'Brave New World' album, the band have tried to go for a Led Zeppelin style progression (kind of where Metallica are now - although Bruce says he had the idea for that back in the '80s). So a lot of the tracks are even more lyrically based that usual. But there's still loads of old fashioned Maiden speed guitars and Bruce Dickinson's unmistakable operatic style singing to connect it with their earlier work. Definitely one of the best albums they've ever recorded. I bought it in the first week it was released and it hasn't left my CD player for more than 20 minutes since. Maiden fans owe it to themselves to buy it.
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