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Iron Maiden - Can I Play With Madness · The Evil That Men Do descargar gratis Artista: Iron Maiden
Álbum: Can I Play With Madness · The Evil That Men Do
País: Italy
Liberado: 1990
Estilo: Spoken Word, Heavy Metal
Etiqueta: EMI
Genre: Rock / Archivos de audio
Catálogo #: CDP 79 4001 2, CDIRN 09
Tamaño del FLAC: 1814 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 2649 mb.
Clasificación: 4.2/5
Votos: 146
Fuente de los registros: CD, Compilation, Limited Edition




Lista de canciones


1Can I Play With Madness3:32
2The Evil That Men Do4:34
3Black Bart Blues6:40
4Prowler '884:07
5Listen With Nicko! Part IX
Read By – Nicko McBrain
10:46
6Massacre2:53
7Charlotte The Harlot '884:11


Versiones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2-52 7940011Iron Maiden Can I Play With Madness · The Evil That Men Do ‎(2x12", Comp)EMI2-52 7940011Italy1990
T-159Iron Maiden Can I Play With Madness ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial)Triada T-159PolandUnknown
CDIRN 9, CDP 79 4001 2, 79 4001 2Iron Maiden Can I Play With Madness · The Evil That Men Do ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd)EMI, EMI, EMICDIRN 9, CDP 79 4001 2, 79 4001 2UK1990
162Iron Maiden The Evil That Men Do/Can I Play With Madness ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial)Tact162Poland1990
7 94001 4, TCP 2444Iron Maiden Can I Play With Madness · The Evil That Men Do ‎(Cass, Comp)EMI, EMI7 94001 4, TCP 2444Turkey1990


Créditos


  • ProducerMartin Birch (tracks: 1 to 6)


Notas


Made in Italy


Códigos de barras


  • Barcode: 0077779400126
  • Matrix / Runout: CDP 794001 2 AR . 4
  • Label Code: LC 0542
  • Rights Society: BIEM/S.I.A.E.


Vídeo



Álbum


Can I Play with Madness is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The song is the sixteenth single released by the band. Released in 1988, it was the first single from their seventh studio album, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son 1988, and hit number 3 in the UK Singles Chart. The song is about a young man who wants to learn the future from an old prophet with a crystal ball. The young man thinks he is going mad and seeks the old prophet to help him cope with his visionsnightmares. Year: 1990 Label: EMI Bruce Dickinson vocals Dave Murray guitars Adrian Smith guitars Steve Harris bass Nicko McBrain drums 1. Can I Play with Madness 0: Evil That Men Do - Iron Maiden. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Can I Play with Madness Iron Maiden. Produced by Martin Birch. Album Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. Can I Play with Madness Lyrics. Can I play with madness Give me the sense to wonder To wonder if I'm free Give me a sense of wonder To know I can be me Give me the strength to hold my head up Spit back in their face Don't need no key to unlock this door Gonna break down the walls Break out of this bad place. Can I play with madness The prophet stared at his crystal ball Can I play with madness There's no vision there at all Can I play with madness. The Evil That Men Do. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. The Prophecy. Can I Play With Madness is a great, memorable Maiden tune, but the real reasons to acquire this EP come in the form of the Black Bart Blues, which is like this near 7 minute jam section which is actually comprised of great riffing. There are vocals too, but they're actually sort of silly and self-referential towards the song. There is also a Nicko McBrain 'answering machine' in the song, and a bunch of his tomfoolery near the end. In other words, for the first 3-4 minutes, you get a decent Iron Maiden jam loaded with NWOBHM goodness. Band- Iron Maiden Album- Can I Play With Madness. I play with madness. Riff 1: E- B-. G- D-7. evil that men do. Intro -. 5b-3- T. Now play the intro riff again, but replace the last bar with this as usual, one guitar plays the top notes and the other plays the bottom: E---. Iron Maiden. Group Compilation. Songs in album Iron Maiden - The First Ten Years, Part 9: Can I Play with Madness - The Evil That Men Do 1990. Can I Play With Madness Deleted. Black Bart Blues Deleted. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen With Nicko Part IX Lyrics. Can I Play With Madness Lyrics. Massacre Lyrics. The Evil That Men Do Lyrics. Prowler '88 Lyrics. Black Bart Blues Lyrics. Iron Maiden Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album . Iron Maiden discography all. Wasted Years - Stranger in a Strange Land 1990. The Clairvoyant - Infinite Dreams 1990. Can I Play with Madness - The Evil That Men Do. Tracks 4-6 taken from the single The Evil That Men Do. Identifiers: Barcode: 0077779400126 Matrix, Runout Variant 1: CDP 794001 2 AR 2 : 1 : 4. EMI SWINDON Matrix, Runout Variant 2: CDP 794001 2 AR 2 : 1 : 7. EMI SWINDON Matrix, Runout Variant 3: CDP 794001 2 AR. EMI SWINDON. Can I Play with Madness was the sixteenth single released by Iron Maiden. Released in 1988, it is the first single from the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album and hit number 3 in the UK charts. The prophet's advice is ignored by the young man and they become angry with each other. The song was originally a ballad named On the Wings of Eagles, writt read more. Similar Tracks. Play track

The 9th EP released in the First Ten Years series is perhaps the one I found the most valuable in the entire spread, because the B-sides for both Can I Play With Madness? and The Evil That Men Do singles are unavailable elsewhere, and also quite good. This is the quality that I would have liked the band to uphold through all singles, or the bare minimum that any band should produce on such a release. I mean, ideally, they wouldn't happen at all, but if you're going to squeeze out a few extra bucks from either fans or non-fans who for some silly reason can't see the benefit in paying a few extra dollars for a full-length, it should be worthwhile.

Can I Play With Madness? is a great, memorable Maiden tune, but the real reasons to acquire this EP come in the form of the "Black Bart Blues", which is like this near 7 minute jam section which is actually comprised of great riffing. There are vocals too, but they're actually sort of silly and self-referential towards the song. There is also a Nicko McBrain 'answering machine' in the song, and a bunch of his tomfoolery near the end. In other words, for the first 3-4 minutes, you get a decent Iron Maiden jam loaded with NWOBHM goodness. The other B-side is a cover of Thin Lizzy's "Massacre" from the Johnny the Fox album, and like a lot of their covers, is a good choice, and kicks a bit of ass, in particular the spiky little melodies panning out to the side of the mix.

The Evil That Men Do is likewise a treat, and the title track is another of Seventh Son of a Seventh Son's strongest. But the attraction to this single would have been the Bruce Dickinson-fronted versions of "Prowler" and "Charlotte the Harlot". Both sound quite excellent in all their modernized glory, with the music itself being streamlined for the Maiden of '88. I'm not trying to infer that they're better than the originals, mind you. I'll always have a soft spot for the Di'anno versions, but if you ARE going to do some remakes for fun, I'd say a single or EP is a good place to allocate them. Of the two, I think I liked "Prowler '88" a little more.

"Listen With Nicko!" begins more with a little more flatulence than the previous entries to the monologue, and as he usual he talks about the charting of the singles. He also pays a brief memory to Graham Chapman (the Monty Python comedian who appeared in the "Can I Play With Madness?" video but passed away not long after. Basically everything you need to know about the two original singles, and then some...

This is definitely the biggest treat in the First Ten Years collection, because all four of the bonus tracks from the singles are worth hearing and owning, the possible exception being the dicking around the band does in "Black Bart Blues". If you can track them down in one place rather than the constituent singles, why not?