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Senjutsu

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2021

Label: BMG

Catalog Number: 4050538671667

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Iron Maiden Senjutsu Album Cover

Personnel
Adrian Smith Guitar
Bruce Dickinson Lead Vocals
Dave Murray Guitar
Janick Gers Guitar
Nicko McBrain Drums
Steve Harris Bass, keyboards
Tracks
Disc 1
1.  Senjutsu  
2.  Stratego  
3.  The Writing On The Wall  
4.  Lost In A Lost World  
5.  Days Of Future Past  
6.  The Time Machine  

Disc 2
7.  Darkest Hour  
8.  Death Of The Celts  
9.  The Parchment  
10.  Hell On Earth  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 7, 2021 at 13:17
Quite obviously, Maiden don't care what I think, because they keep on releasing albums like this: another set of eight overly long songs with lots of yodeling from Bruce, lots of soloing from all three guitarists, and few hooks—plus two shorter, punchy anthems. Should be other way 'round, lads! Worse, it's another double album. They couldn't cut out just three minutes of this to make it all fit on one disc. Bollocks! Also, there's lots of keyboards doubling the melodies, which blunt what heaviness there is (and let's face it, in context of the times Maiden really aren't that heavy anymore). But because Maiden are pros, the album does have its moments: "Stratego" and "days Of Future Past" (the two shortest songs), the curiously laid-back but still brooding "Writing On The Wall," and the closing "Hell On Earth"," my pick of the many-too-many epics.

From: CC Date: January 26, 2024 at 17:15
I am not what you would call a huge Maiden fan but I do like them, do own all their studio albums and have been to see them live a few times. For me though I have really not been a fan since Bruce returned for Brave new world. Last time I saw them live was in support of that album. My biggest gripe with BNW was that it seemed like they were trying to recapture the sound of older songs to the point they just sounded like carbon copies, and the choruses were fucking awful with the same line repeated over and over again. Since then I really have not enjoyed a single Maiden album. There might be the odd song I like, but even they are few and far between and are not amazing. Now onto this album. Musically its solid as you would expect, but there are zero hooks and all the songs are just boring and blur into one. I just listened to it again today, and my opinion is still the same. Gimme the classics any day of the week over this drone.


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