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Old 01-29-2010, 06:13 AM
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Knowing this setlist, and already knowing he is a fantastic singer, I am definitely glad I am not spending $12 to see this has-been.
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:15 AM
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You know, I used to like Paul Di'Anno, but the guys just such a fucking hypocrite. He slags Maiden off something rotten and then plays 9 of their songs from his era in a set of 15 songs.

If you wanna see an ex-Maiden member go and see Blaze Bayley. He'll play a 2 hour gig with half a dozen Maiden songs from his era and the rest of the set will be his own material which is fucking awesome

Paul Di'Anno should just fucking call it a day, the fat twat
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Old 01-29-2010, 09:07 AM
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If only Blaze would get his ass over here. If Paul can, Blaze should be able to.
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Old 01-29-2010, 11:36 AM
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If only Blaze would get his ass over here. If Paul can, Blaze should be able to.
Blaze isn't as popular in the States as he is in the UK and Europe, although he has a very good following in South America
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Old 01-29-2010, 01:15 PM
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he even plays the song Iron Maiden!

I don't care I got tickets and I've never heard those songs live with Pauls voice except on the Early Years DVD so all in all kickass set
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Old 01-29-2010, 03:45 PM
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I'm not really that bummed about missing this anymore. None of those Maiden tracks are rarities, and could all conceivably sneak out into a Maiden set before the boys retire. Indifferent.
Ummmmmmmmm, have you been following Maiden for the last 10 years? All of those songs have been in their setlists at one time or another.
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Old 01-29-2010, 04:05 PM
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Ummmmmmmmm, have you been following Maiden for the last 10 years? All of those songs have been in their setlists at one time or another.
I think that's what was meant by "none of those Maiden tracks are rarities."
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I think that's what was meant by "none of those Maiden tracks are rarities."
Correct.
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Dude is a legend, and you should go see him
Ok, if Paul Di'anno is a legend then who the hell isn't? Seriously, what did he ever do with Maiden to be considered a legend? He wasn't responsible for their success in anyway and has done nothing solo career wise to even be put in that group at all. If Maiden came out with TNOTB as their first album they still would've been huge just the same. Thre are a lot of legends in the rock/metal world and he sure isn't one of them.

Maybe i'm taking the word "legend" too seriously but it does seem to me the word gets tossed around kinda lightly sometimes. This is one of those cases I believe.

Think about it, Ronnie James Dio is a legend, and so is Paul Di'anno? Doesn't really sound right at all does it?
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Ok, if Paul Di'anno is a legend then who the hell isn't? Seriously, what did he ever do with Maiden to be considered a legend? He wasn't responsible for their success in anyway and has done nothing solo career wise to even be put in that group at all. If Maiden came out with TNOTB as their first album they still would've been huge just the same. Thre are a lot of legends in the rock/metal world and he sure isn't one of them.

Maybe i'm taking the word "legend" too seriously but it does seem to me the word gets tossed around kinda lightly sometimes. This is one of those cases I believe.

Think about it, Ronnie James Dio is a legend, and so is Paul Di'anno? Doesn't really sound right at all does it?
Actually, I completely agree.
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