Balls To Picasso

Bruce Dickinson

The key moment in Bruce’s evolution as a solo artist unfolded following his departure from Maiden in 1993, after which he joined forces with guitarist and producer Roy Z for 1994’ssophomore triumph “Balls To Picasso”. Backed by Roy’s noted Latino rock crew Tribe Of Gypsies, he began to spread his compositional wings, edging towards a noticeably heavier sound – despite, rumour has it, pressure from Bruce’s label to be more radio-friendly – and flexing those metal muscles with renewed vigour on the likes of ‘Cyclops’, ‘1000 Points Of Light’, the exhilarating ‘Laughing In The Hiding Bush’ and towering prog-tinged power ballad ‘Tears Of The Dragon’, a somewhat oblique, but undeniably affecting paean, to Bruce’s feelings upon leaving Maiden to forge a new path.

Tracklist:

1.Cyclops

2.Hell No

3.Gods Or War

4.1000 Points Of Light

5.Laughing In The Hiding Bush

6.Change Of Heart

7.Shoot All The Clowns

8.Fire

9.Sacred Cowboys

10.Tears Of The Dragon





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