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Remember your favourite album from when you were a teenager?  That record you played so much that you had to buy another copy of it as the original wore out in like six months.  The cassette that you had in your car for months that eventually chose life wrapped around the heads of the player itself to be at one with the vehicle itself as you blasted it to and from work everyday.  Well guess what?  It's over 30 years old!  You're not dead yet, but man are you closer than you think so better revisit that old favourite whilst your ears still work.

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Iron Maiden - Fear of the Dark (1992)

Today we commemorate the final passing of Iron Maiden, some thirty years on from them being so cruelly taken from us by whatever it was they morphed into thereafter.  I know that quality was waning on the previous release, but the fact is that No Prayer for the Dying and Fear of the Dark where both important albums for me as a youth, being the first two new albums from a band I had discovered via someone else's vinyl collection to date back in 1989 that I could go out and buy and discover at the

Iron Maiden - "The Number of the Beast" (1982)

When this album was released I was nearly six years old.  When I got my grubby little mitts on it some seven or eight years later I thought at the time that it was an "old" metal album.  Given that the album has been around now nearly as long as I have it seemed a perfect entry to remind us all as metal fans of our ever decreasing spiral on this mortal coil.  To start on a negative note, ‘Invaders’ just might be one of the worst album openers of all time.  Couple this track with ‘Gangland’ and y

W.A.S.P. - "Inside The Electric Circus" (1986)

W.A.S.P.’s third full-length was probably one of the first ten records I bought with my own money. Drawn by the promise of the obtuse and gory nature of the band, the sleazy album cover proved too much to resist, even if I found the content a lot less shocking than I had hoped it would be. It is hard to believe that this album is thirty-five-years old this week. I was ten years old when this came out and probably not even aware of its existence until I was thirteen perhaps even fourteen. Ba

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