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The Final Frontier
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||Date: August 13, 2010 at 12:29|
|Yeah they are great live, but ever since Bruce returned to the band, their recorded output has been dull as dishwater. This one is no different. At first Satellite 15 got my hopes up, as it sounded different to anything they had done before, but as soon as Final Frontier starts, its all business as usual. Songs with little or no originality sounding like poor carbon copies of better songs from their back catalogue. An lets not even mention the fact that these days their ideas of a chorus equals repeating the same line over and over again. "The final frontier. The final frontier. The final frontier." A child could have written better than that. Certainly not an awful album, but one that certainly leaves me just as cold as every studio album released since Bruce returned.
||Date: September 7, 2010 at 7:07|
|cc i can't agree with you there i think the sound of this is the best since bruce returned to be honest there is nothing memerable but it's old school i liken the sound to somewhere in time era old maiden fans should enjoy this i do and for what its worth the title track is a good song put simply it's another nice edition to the maiden catalogue
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