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Gillan – The Vinyl Collection 1979 – 1982

Now this is what makes my reviewing hobby all worthwhile! Ian Gillan has been one of my favourite vocalists for many years and I bought the five albums in this box set individually back in the day. Fully endorsed by the man himself, The Vinyl Collection 1979 – 1982 box …

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The 20 greatest Iron Maiden songs. The PlanetMosh Playlist series

On Christmas Day in 1975, a young man from London by the name of Stephen Percival Harris decided to form his own band. That band was Iron Maiden. Four decades, sixteen studio albums, numerous critically acclaimed tours and one specialist beer later, he must wonder what he’d let himself in …

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Iron Maiden – The Book Of Souls

Since the turn of the millennium, everything Iron Maiden have done has been nothing short of awe-inspiring. If a band gets a second bite at the cherry of the success, it’s very rare for it to pay off, yet Maiden not only took that opportunity but also watched themselves grow …

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Iron Maiden: ‘Speed Of Light’ review

Iron Maiden’s new song ‘Speed of Light’ from the upcoming album ‘The Book Of Souls’ was released this morning, and Planet Mosh’s Elliot Leaver gives us his views on the track via his freelance page The Food of Love. He apologises for the quiet audio, however he was trying to ensure …

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Black Trip – Goin’ Under

Black Trip - Goin Under artwork

It could be argued that there is nothing new in music:  everything is a re-creation, a re-invention of what has gone before. It’s all about variations upon a theme… Now, I’m no musicologist – I’m just a fan who writes about music – but my take on it is this:  …

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