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Iron Maiden – Purgatory (7-inch 45RPM Single)

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/2/13/iron-maiden-purgatory-7-inch-45rpm-single
As I’ve likely mentioned before, the artwork that Iron Maiden uses for their albums and singles are nothing short of spectacular. Seriously, just look at it for a minute. Eddie, their infamous mascot, has lost his face to the devil within as Eddie remains in Purgatory, never to be reconnected with his beloved, as shown on the 7-inch Twilight Zone cover. The additional story that is told through art is incredible. Derek Riggs is one o...
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AFI is an incredibly unique band. To pigeonhole them would be a grave injustice as their music spans punk rock and alternative rock genres. In essence, they are an exceptional rock and roll band that have continually refined their sound from serious punk rock, to a more mainstream rock approach. Some bands fail miserably when they shift their style, but AFI is certainly not one of them. Each album continues to be better than the one b...
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The Never Ending Story is one feature film from my childhood that has stood the test of time. I have thoroughly enjoyed introducing it to my children as it has such a positive message about reading and the subsequent fantasy worlds that can be created by that very act. Not only do I have the film, and of course the associated soundtrack, but I have the book and have read it a number of times. It simply captivates me and I strongly su...
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Neil Sedaka – The Very Best Of (CD)

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/1/26/neil-sedaka-the-very-best-of-cd
One of my earliest memories of car journeys was hearing a Neil Sedaka cassette my father owned. Unfortunately, just before turning six, my parents would separate and the Sedaka music would cease, so I’m unsure of which album I was specifically listening to. Although, I do believe that it was a compilation as a number of Sedaka’s greatest hits would frequent the hour-long drive, to the Hawkesbury River, in the Greater Sydney Metropolit...
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Buddy Holly is one of those artists that one must simply have in their collection. As a rock and roll pioneer, Holly forever changed how music was performed. His new sound came at a time when the audience was ready for a shift from the big band vocal jazz and blues performances that had been culturally popular prior to the 1950s. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with those before mentioned styles, Holly was able to adapt his new ...
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Aerosmith – Get Your Wings (Record Store Day 2013 Vinyl)

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/2/8/aerosmith-get-your-wings-record-store-day-2013-vinyl
Get Your Wings was Aerosmith’s second album and it took the rawness of their self titled debut album and polished the edges. Gone are Steven Tyler’s faux vocals, in favour of his natural voice. While I didn’t dislike his style on Aerosmith’s debut, I certainly appreciate his lyrical style on Get Your Wings as it helped create the band’s unique sound. Perhaps this sound can be somewhat attributed to the influence Jack Douglas brought ...
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The Transformers: The Movie – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/2/2/the-transformers-the-movie-original-motion-picture-soundtrack
As a child of the 80s, The Transformers was one of the most amazing franchises that a young boy could be exposed to. In a classic good versus evil story arc, The Transformers transformed our minds and defined what was possible with animation techniques in the early to mid 80s. I remember as a child receiving an Optimus Prime action figure, complete with his transforming trailer. I was in heaven and despite the toy being primitive by ...
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If you’ve been reading Subjective Sounds for any length of time, or followed Mark on social media, you know that music is his passion. Sound quality is critical to Mark’s listening experience, and he talks a lot about various streaming services in relation to how good the music is mastered, how one tracks flows into the next, why one listening format may be better than another. I’m also passionate about music, but in a different way...
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Iron Maiden – Twilight Zone/Wrathchild (7-inch 45rpm Single)

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/1/17/iron-maiden-twilight-zonewrathchild-7-inch-45rpm-single
Following Women In Uniform, Iron Maiden would release their fourth single, but it would take the form of a Double A-Side. For those unaware of the concept, a Double A-Side is where an artist will release a single that contains two album based songs, rather than a B-side which is often a live performance or song that didn’t make the album cut. It is a practice that has sadly died out over the last couple of decades and while not all B-...
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Iron Maiden – Women In Uniform (7-inch 45rpm Single)

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http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/1/14/iron-maiden-women-in-uniform-7-inch-45rpm-single
Following the controversy of Sanctuary, Iron Maiden couldn’t help but once again show England’s then Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, on the cover of their follow-up single Women In Uniform. Presented in classic Maiden-style artwork, Thatcher is seeking revenge on the beloved, but sinful, Maiden mascot Eddie. As mentioned previously, this type of iconic artwork is all tongue-in-cheek, but it does demonstrate the attitude of the time...
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I have my own blog which can be found at www.everydaymacsupport.com and I am a Co-host of the Not Another Mac Podcast show.
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