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Item no. 416123
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Heavy Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
bestOf Yes
Band Bruce Dickinson
Product type CD
Release date 9/24/01
Calculated Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Broken
  • 2.
    Tattooed millionaire
  • 3.
    Laughing in the hiding bush (Live)
  • 4.
    Tears of the dragon
  • 5.
    The tower
  • 6.
    Born in '58
  • 7.
    Accident of birth
  • 8.
    Silver wings
  • 9.
    Darkside of aquarius
  • 10.
    Chemical wedding
  • 11.
    Back from the edge
  • 12.
    Road to hell
  • 13.
    Book of thel (Live)

CD 2

  • 1.
    Bring your daughter...to the slaughter
  • 2.
    Darkness be my friend
  • 3.
    Wicker man (Rec. 1997)
  • 4.
    Real world
  • 5.
    Acoustic song
  • 6.
    No way out...continued
  • 7.
    Midnight jam
  • 8.
    Man of sorrows
  • 9.
    Ballad of mutt
  • 10.
    Re-entry
  • 11.
    I'm in a band with an Italian drummer
  • 12.
    Jerusalem (Live)
  • 13.
    The voice of crube
  • 14.
    Dracula

by Matthias Mineur (10/01) Telling you something about Bruce Dickinson would mean carrying owls to Athens. The history of the 'Air Raid Sirene' as his fans have called him for his high voice, is better known than that of his band, Iron Maiden. This best-of-c.d. now gives complete insight to his creative output. And also when Dickinson has solo never been as commercially successful as with Maiden, the sight on the different stations of his career are worthy a closer look. "Best Of Bruce Dickinson" presents two discs with songs from "Tattooed Millionaire", from his Skunkworks-era and the solo-works hereafter. You get previously unreleased material, rare live-versions, an interview, the original soundtrack-version of "Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter" as well as two brandnew studio-songs that will let every fan regret that Dickinson's solo-career has been put on ice for a while. Result: "The Best Of" is a nice completion of his regular albums.