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Customer Reviews

Absolute smoker

If you were blown away by Tenth Dimension and /or Silicon Messiah, but like me thought Blood and Belief lagged a bit, you may be pleasantly surprised by this album. Heaves fire and blood right outta the gate and rarely lets up. For me, the songs fall off a bit in the second half (especially "Serpent-Hearted Man," which is a little forced and never quite gels, in my opinion), but maybe that's because the first five songs are so freaking good. Crisp, ballsy production that's maybe not quite as "dry" as Andy Sneap's. I didn't want to hope that Blaze would come up with something comparable overall to Tenth Dimension. . . but damn if he didn't do it! Bravo, Bayley.

Blaze Bayley Is A Man Who Will Not Die!

It's hard to believe that a decade ago Blaze Bayley released Virtual XI, his final album with metal legends Iron Maiden. The album was a terrible representation of who Blaze is and what he is capable of, but unfortunately that record is what most people will always remember Bayley for. Blaze Bayley had attempted to immerse himself in a new band also called Blaze, but after three solid albums the entire lineup had left him and he had to start over. I really did not expect the first Blaze Bayley solo album to be any different from his last three with Blaze, but after the first few songs, I knew Blaze had truly made a memorable record. The music is incredibly fast and heavy and bears no resemblence to his slow midpaced music he made with Maiden. This record truly shows the man at his best and the incredible tallent he has as a singer. The record is Bayley's darkest, angriest music he's ever made, and it suits his voice quite well. "Robot" is quite possibly one of Blaze's finest performances. Unfortunately due to the lack of record label support, Blaze had to become an independent artist, which doesn't work in his favor since most people won't ever get to hear this, only the few die-hard fans that supported him during his Maiden years will ever take a look at this record which is incredibly sad because this is the finest record Blaze Bayley has done in his entire career. I think at this point we can forgive him for "Angel And The Gambler" because this record defines the man, and is easily one of the best solo records anyone in Maiden has ever put out.

Best Blaze album so far imo

Awesome album. Not a single bad song on it. Sounds like Blaze picked up better guitarists this time. So far (have only listened to the album a few times as of now) my favorite songs are Smile Back At Death and While You Were Gone. If you liked the other Blaze albums, try and get this. I'd give it a 4.5 out of 5 (the other ones I'd give a 4), but I can't, so I just rounded it up.

The Man Who Would Not Die, Blaze Bayley
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jul 07, 2008

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