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  • Audio CD (29 Jan. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Raw Power
  • ASIN: B00000733N
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 349,126 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
See my comments for the regular version CD (under the name "Ed"). This import version includes two *excellent* bonus tracks, "Last Goodbye" and "I can't wait". The first of these is especially good and I count it among the best hard rock tracks I've ever heard. It's worth the two extra quid to get this version - you will not be disappointed!!!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "booklover91" on 17 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Any self-respecting heavy rock fan should own this. Adrian Smith has always been a great songwriter and this CD proves it. The songwriting and musical style, as well as the content, are far more mature than Iron Maiden. I would go so far as to say Psycho Motel are better than Maiden and represents Smith's best contribution to hard rock to date. Some fantastic melodies, riffs and solos. Solli is a good vocalist too, although not as good as Andy Makin on follow-up album "Welcome to the World". The track "Excuse me" is probably the only weak offering here. All the other tracks range on a scale from decent to excellent. The three opening tracks (including "Psycho Motel") in particular are heavy and superbly written.
If you like modern, innovative and original-sounding heavy rock, miss this at your peril!!
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By John D Henson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is Adrian Smith's solo band's debut, and it is an amazing one. This is completely different from any Iron Maiden, the songs are more polished over with melodic hooks and radio friendly harmonies. Where the second album by this group is better, this one is much heavier, and that is why I find myself listening to this one a bit more than "Welcome To The World," their second album. Both albums are truly great and worthy of 5 stars, I only wish this band would get back together and do another one...That probably won't happen, not too many people knew of Psycho Motel and Adrian Smith has his hands full lead guitaring Iron Maiden again these days, oh well!
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First poster missed... 14 April 2005
By J. Black - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The first poster is mistaken. Adrian Smith's first solo band was A.S.A.P (Adrian Smith And Project) a few years before doing Psycho Motel....

Adrian was always my fav in Maiden and I love his style on these records. I highly recommend them for any Maiden fan or non-fan alike.
Heavy metal rock'n'roll 17 Jan. 2009
By Matthew Schwarz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I disagree with the guy who describes this as "light progressive rock" - it's not light, and it's not progressive! It's pretty straight-forward rock'n'roll heavy metal, as opposed to the classical and prog influenced epic metal I associate Adrian's other band Iron Maiden with (and Bruce's solo work with Adrian Smith). Adrian's main strength to me was as an orchestrator and arranger - compare the Maiden albums with him to the Blaze era, and you can see the richer arrangements when he's present. Here he's the only guitarist, so it's not as obvious. But, he's got some great heavy riffs - it's more in the line of 80s mainstream metal or Sabbath (wheras Maiden leaned towards the Deep Purple roots of metal more), but it would be at the better end of that style, and certainly has some heavy grooves. The vocalist is more in the line of classic hard rockish metal (reminds me of the Scorpion's Klaus Meine and White Lion's Mike Tramp), which probably didn't help in the late 90s when singers either had to have that post-Seattle voice or sing badly (e.g. whine, scream, or do death metal vocals, but pretty much only underground stuff like power metal had great vocals at that time). It's too bad, because he's a pretty good singer for the style of music.
So, it's good heavy rock music - not Iron Maiden, not mainstream 90's rock, but a little heavier sounding than the classic metal it's based on, and good songs and riffs.
AVERAGE.. 5 Sept. 2001
By Botnik Roller - Published on
Format: Audio CD
COmpared to other ex-Maiden solo efforts, like Dickinson's "ACCIDENT OF BIRTH" and Blaze's "SILICON MESSIAH", this album by legenday Adrian SMith is nothing less than a greta dissapointment. Of course it's not bad played, it's just that the songs are not good. For you to have a clear idea, is similar to Dickinson's SKUNKWORKS...
Four Stars 21 Dec. 2014
By cigar717 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Another tasty side to Adrian's Iron Maiden contribution's. Different than Maiden, but deserves to be heard and appreciated.
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