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March 22nd, 2017

“Woe To You, Oh Earth And Sea”…

‘UNBELIEVABLE’, it has been thirty five years now since the release of the third Iron Maiden studio album, the first to feature Bruce Dickenson on lead vocals and last with drummer Clive Burr,

‘The Number Of The Beast’

Iron Maiden was the first band to lead me down the high powered path of thick massive sound created by the highly amplified guitar solos, melodic driving bass, intense drum beats and extended virtuosic vocals of Heavy Metal music.

In 1985 while a young Airman stationed at Altus AFB, OK., I had the privilege to catch Iron Maiden while on their POWERSLAVE tour three different times and the same number of locations. Oklahoma, California and Tokyo, Japan.

I was and still to this day have been hooked on Iron Maiden and Heavy Metal music…

Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast 35th Year Anniversary

Three of my favorites from Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast…

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