Released in the spring of 1990, Bruce’s solo debut “Tattooed Millionaire” came as something of a surprise to Maiden’s global fan-base. A more stripped down and straightforward hard rock album than many had expected, it showcased a more liberated and arguably light-hearted song writing approach, bolstered by a newfound partnership with guitarist Janick Gers, and the sparkling possibilities of a new decade. Songs like the irresistibly catchy title track, the twinkling radio rock of ‘Born In ’58’and the strutting smut of ‘Dive! Dive! Dive!’ and ‘Lickin’The Gun’ suggested that Bruce was letting loose, but keeping things simple, while the grandiose thunder of ‘Son Of A Gun’ and rapacious closer ‘No Lies’ hinted at more adventurous and challenging music to come.
2018 marks the 20th Anniversary of the phenomenal ‘Into The Electric Castle’ by Ayreon. To celebrate this, Ayreonmastermind Arjen Lucassen has remixed the entire album, which will be released on...
Track listing Side AThe End.Dead!This Is How I DisappearThe Sharpest LivesWelcome to the Black ParadeI Don't Love YouHouse of WolvesCancerSide BMamaSleepTeenagersDisenchantedFamous Last WordsBlood (Hidden Track)
The Unheavenly Creatures 3x vinyl in Tiger's Eye. Includes digital instant grats and a full digital album download.Side A1. Prologue (Album Version)2. The Dark Sentencer (Explicit Album Version) 3. Unheavenly...