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Accident of Birth
Review by Gary Hill
You’ve got to love these Bruce Dickinson reissues. When they put them out they give us a whole disc of rare bonuses. You can kind of look at those songs as just the icing on the cake.
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Balls to Picasso
Review by Lisa Palmeno
Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden fame released Balls to Picasso in 1994. The front man whose powerful and highly-developed voice provided the inspiration for legions of heavy metal followers proves himself again and again on this massive work.
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Chemical Wedding (Remaster)
Review by Gary Hill
This re-release of Bruce Dickinson's Chemical Wedding album has a better sound to me by far than the original, and I guess time has worked on me as I really enjoy the disc this time around. When I first got the original release it didn't sit well with me and I wound up listening to it only a handful of times.
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Skunkworks
Review by Gary Hill
I love how most of these Bruce Dickinson solo reissues include a full CD of bonus material. I’d have to also say that this might be my favorite of Dickinson’s solo releases. 
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Tyranny of Souls
Review by Gary Hill
This is the sixth solo album from Iron Maiden's lead singer Bruce Dickinson. While it's not perfect, it is one of the stronger discs from his solo repertoire.
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Iron Maiden - Brave New World
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Iron Maiden is back and stronger than ever. With the return of Bruce Dickinson the band is launching the best CD of their careers, Brave New World.
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Iron Maiden - Death on the Road
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Iron Maiden - Death On The Road DVD
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Iron Maiden - Edward the Great
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Iron Maiden - Flight 666: The Film
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Iron Maiden - History Of Fear DVD
Review by Greg Olma
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Iron Maiden - Live After Death DVD
Review by Gary Hill
How many Maiden fans have not owned this on VHS? If you are talking the old school fans, the answer is probably a small number.
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Iron Maiden - Live at Ozzfest, 2005, Alpine Valley, WI
Review by Arnold Hablewitz
Let's just cut to the chase…Iron Maiden Killed! They owned Ozzfest tonight!
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Iron Maiden - Live in Holmdel, New Jersey, July 2010
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Iron Maiden - Live in Los Angeles, February 2008
Review by Rick Damigella
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Iron Maiden - Live In Milwaukee, 2000
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Iron Maiden - Live in Tinley Park, Illinois, July 2012
Review by Greg Olma

Let me start off by saying that I have been a Maiden fan since 1981.  


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Iron Maiden - Maiden England ’88 DVD
Review by Greg Olma

There is not much I can say about Iron Maiden that hasn’t been said before. 


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Various Artists - Nativity In Black
Review by Rick Damigella
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Various Artists - Re-Machined: A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head
Review by G. W. Hill

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Iron Maiden - Rock In Rio DVD
Review by Gary Hill
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Iron Maiden - The Essential Iron Maiden
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"Essential" is a tricky term to use for a compilation like this. A legendary band like Iron Maiden has a lot of songs that can be considered "essential".
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Various Artists - The Merciless Book of Metal Lists written by Howie Abrams and Sacha Jenkins
Review by G. W. Hill

I suppose how you feel about this book has a lot to do with how seriously you take it.


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Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast
Review by Patrick Hennen
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