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Senjutsu!

Discussion in 'Maiden Downunder' started by Blitzkrieg, Jul 20, 2021.

  1. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg Master Exploder

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    Lord Tim That guy from LORD

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    Whoops, we accidentally covered the new Maiden single! YOLO! :tickled:

     
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    OzzyIsDio Sabbath Forever, Forever Sabbath

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    I've order mine already, the box set through Amazon, the Japanese limited edition CD through CD Japan and the standard CD through CD Universe.
     
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    Goreripper Metal as fuck

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    OzzyIsDio Sabbath Forever, Forever Sabbath

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    Kind of boring to me, maybe I need a few more repetitive listens, but it’s not really growing on me.
     
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    Wrathchild Miserable Bastard

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    It's been just over a week and I've already played the album more than The Book Of Souls. Lost In A Lost World is emerging as my favourite of Harry's new epics. Wholesale lifting of Moody Blues titles, here and on the next track, is noted.

    I haven't been into a new Maiden release this much since 2006. Senjutsu is now a daily listen and each time I find more things to like about it. Nothing feels overlong or unnecessary and, where The Book Of Souls had an almighty length to distinguish itself from what came before, its successor has the depth to match.
     

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