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CD The Final Frontier

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Genre: Rock
Record label: SANCTUARY RECORDS
Software Format: CD
Street Date: August 17, 2010

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Been there from the beginning

5 out of 5 stars
Maiden Monster — 7 years ago
I have listend to Iron Maiden since the first album in 1980. Save for a few bad tracks in the 90's I have always enjoyed the progressive nature of the band's albums. The Final Frontier continues the progression but this time Maiden took bold leaps, jumping well outside the expectations Maiden's true...  see moreof Maiden Monster's review
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    The Final frontier

    5 out of 5 stars
    — 7 years ago
    Guitar Guitar Guitarsplendidly crafted masterpieces many of the songs are in the 9:00-11:00 min range BUT they don't feel like it, not at all repetitivehas touches of Somehwere back in Time & Seventh Son... and the feel of A Mateer of Life.... & Brave New Worldno HUGE chorus' on this recordthe only ...  see moreof 's review
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      Folky, Proggy, Heavy Metal Heaven!

      5 out of 5 stars
      WastedYears86 — 7 years ago
      Since the reunion in 1999 Iron Maiden have re-emerged and have put out some of their greatest work since their "Golden Age" (1982-1988). Brave New World, Dance Of Death, and A Matter Of Life And Death all took Maiden into new territory and showed that they still had the finesse to create some PURE E...  see moreof WastedYears86's review
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