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by - written on 12/12/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
"Death on the Road" is a live album produced by Kevin Shirley & Steve Harris and released on EMI in 2005 by British heavy metal band, Iron Maiden. The line-up for the album was Bruce Dickinson (vocals), Dave Murray (guitar), Janick Gers (guitar), Adrian Smith (guitar), Steve Harris (bass) and Nicko McBrain drums). This is an album which was recorded at the Westfallenhalle Arena in Dortmund, Germany. It was also released on DVD with the filmed footage but I am concentrating on the CD review here. It comprised of 16 tracks which spanned out over 2 CDs and it had a good blend of old and new Iron Maiden songs. Some of them were surprisingly included ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The inevitable live release from Iron Maiden's 2005 tour, 'Death on the Road' can be either cynically viewed as yet another successful attempt by EMI Records to squeeze every last penny out of loyal Iron Maiden fans, or as a worthwhile addition to their already bulging discography. My reaction lies in both camps: while I can't deny this is a solid and highly enjoyable live album, it does seem very unnecessary so shortly after the previous live release 'Rock in Rio' that many fans will doubtless consider definitive. The major difference between 'Rock in Rio' and this later release (and there are sadly quite a few similarities in the form of repeated songs) is ... Read the complete review
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