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PostPosted: May 10th, 2008, 3:55 am 
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what a difficult question to answer :D

Flash of the Blade, Deja Vu, Brighter Than a Thousand Suns, Die With Your Boots On, The Duellists...


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deja vu, fear of the dark or clairvoyant,
but it'll change tomorow LOL

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All of Losfer Words :D


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The opening riff is 'Caught Somewhere In Time' is pretty magical........


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Greetings!
You might as well be asking me to pick a favorite child...
I'd have to say starting from "Prowler" all the way to "The Legacy" and all the bits in between!
Seriously, I'd have to say my best loved stuff is on "Killers", since that is the first Maiden LP I ever gave a spin.
Standouts after a critical listen:

"Another Life"
Twin guitar intro right into signature staccato solo
twin harmonizing guitar after 2nd verse
twin signature guitar solo

"Genghis Khan"
Intro guitar/bass
0:58 mid solo guitar/bass trades
1:47 "rollicking" guitar riff
2:11 "spacey" harmonizing guitar riff

"Prodigal Son"
For it's acoustic work, showing a 15 year old there is a use for beautiful guitar work on a heavy album
last lead break where the boys trade solos, showing their different styles.

"Purgatory"
Intro
1st lead break staccato
Twin harmonizing chorus

"Drifter"
Intro that the bass follows note for note

Not from Killers, but love the "Maidenization" of the flute intro for "Cross Eyed Mary"!

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Hi I must say 2 minutes to midnight but a high odds pick is Die with your boots on.


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the second part after the rime of the ancient mariner, after the slow boring part. those solos are awesome, all the riffs!!!! and the harmonization riff after the solos is great tooo

aces high has the greatest riffs too


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Main riff to Aces High,
Trill riff on Dance Of Death
All of Hallowed Be Thy Name
Iron Maiden
ROTAM
Opening to Caught Somewhere In Time
Heaven Can Wait
The distorted chords to The Legacy

And thats just SOME of my favourites......


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Phantom of the Opera's intro riff is absolutely priceless!

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WhiffleBallTony wrote:
Phantom of the Opera's intro riff is absolutely priceless!


I totally agree with you man!
One of the very best!!


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i'd have to say flash of the blade intro, lord of light, or the fallen angel. there are soooo many good ones though


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Aces High


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