BMG is reissuing all of Bruce Dickinson’s solo albums in a vinyl boxed set this fall.
Obsessive compulsive headbangers who have to own everything anyone from Iron Maiden ever did on physical media might want to check this out. Everyone else should probably stay away.
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6 thoughts on “Bruce Dickinson Solo Work Vinyl Box Set”
“Accident of Birth” and “The Chemical Wedding” are excellent albums in their own right, the rest of his solo catalogue can be safely ignored
Agreed. I missed out on Tyranny of Souls – is it any good?
Not as good as the previous two but worthwhile overall.
better or worse than Crystal Logic? how about Avenger?
Unlike “British Lion” (the Steve Harris side project), Bruce Dickinson’s solo albums have a lot quality and are worth checking out. But unless you’re a collector, there’s no need to buy this box set.
From the recent (August 26th), Free Zone podcast – http://www.freemantv.com/feed/podcast/
I discovered that Bruce was involved with making the movie “Chemical Wedding (aka Crowley) 2008.”, it is horror-sci-fi, and stars Simon Callow as a professor who becomes Aleister Crowley.
(Bruce Dickinson has a bit part as a janitor at the university, but I didn’t see him).
I never paid too much attention to every lyric Bruce sang, but now wonder how much of an influence Crowley had on him and his career.
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