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Iron Maiden: KillersKillers (1981)
Reviewer Rating: 3
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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Listening to Iron Maiden without Bruce Dickinson on the mic is like listening to an Iron Maiden cover band. I’m sure that assessment doesn’t sit well with original frontman Paul Di’Anno (’90s stand-in Blayze Bayley would probably agree though), but it’s Dickinson’s operating wail that complete Maiden’s sound. Still, though, for diehards, Di’Anno’s two records with the band make for an interesting listen. Killers, Iron Maiden’s second album, and Di’Anno’s last with the band before he was fired for underperforming, is arguably the best Iron Maiden album that doesn’t involve Dickinson.
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