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Is Yanick a bit of an eejit underneath it all?
Poll ended at February 8th, 2008, 6:21 pm
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Leave him be, bless 'im, you'd do the same... 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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 Post subject: The whole keyboard fooferah....
PostPosted: February 1st, 2008, 6:21 pm 
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I remember when 'Seventh Son...' came out there was an uproar 'cos Maiden had started using dahn dahn daaaah... keyboards! Mind you, they really stuck it to ya with the first notes of the first track of the album (still one of my favourite songs- 'Moonchild') you couldn't miss 'em.

Anyway, I was listening to 'Iron Maiden' earlier today and I'm wondering what instrument was used for the ostinato in 'Phantom of the Opera'? You know, the bit after Murray's stunning slow solo, with the twin figured guitars? Is this the first recorded example of 'boards in Maiden?


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Not sure what the poll has got to do with the question :?


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 Post subject: Sorry, new to all this....
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Sorry about that, I didn't know the question and the poll should be related. I'm a forum virgin, hope I didn't make a complete hash of it.

I'll keep to the point in future.

Cheers man.

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Don't worry about it :wink:

Welcome to Maiden world 8)


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 Post subject: Re: Sorry, new to all this....
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Half Orc wrote:
Sorry about that, I didn't know the question and the poll should be related. I'm a forum virgin, hope I didn't make a complete hash of it.

I'll keep to the point in future.

Cheers man.


8) Welcome

Are you the front half or back half :?

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 Post subject: Good to be here...
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Front half or back half...? I'm a troll crossed with an orc, so to speak.... children run screaming. Mickey Rourke in 'Sin City'? Coulda been my brother.

Seriously though, it's fantastic to find a resource like this and to encounter genuine Maiden fans. Wish I'd heard about this earlier....

I'm gonna nail my colours to the mast right here and now. 'Powerslave' is my favourite album, Adrian Smith is God (his solo in 'Prodigal Son'...sweet Jesus) and in my humble opinion, Maiden have the same effect on rock music as Monty Python on comedy. There, I've said it.

Ciao for now....

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can someone tell me what an eejit is? and Yanick? No. Janick.

so half orc would be 'or' or just 'o'? [POLL]

:roll: :wink: LOL

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 Post subject: Re: Sorry, new to all this....
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Half Orc wrote:

Cheers man.


Dude looks like a lady

LOL


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 Post subject: Re: Sorry, new to all this....
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Ben wrote:
Dude looks like a lady

LOL
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I remember when I made the mistake thinking you were a guy :oops:

All those years ago :P


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 Post subject: Rrrrrright....
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Have I made a grievous error? Am I, as was long suspected, a male chauvinist pig, assuming all Maiden fans are male? If so, I apologise.

However, here in Ireland, man is a fairly interchangable term used for men, women and anyone you're trying to cadge money (odds) off. As in- 'Giz yer odds man, wha?
'Not a screed? Yer wreckin me buzz man.'

And so on....

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LMAO LOL You're not the first to do that, as Ben said LOL

And i'm sure you won't be the last LOL


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Ben wrote:
All those years ago :P
You're sounding old now LOL


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