I read they do the remasterings because most people listen to music through headphones these days and it supposedly sounds better with certain frequencies elevated - contrary to the equalizer settings of the original recordings, which were meant to be played on hardcore ghetto blasters of the early 90s.
1. Somewhere In Time 2. A Matter Of Life And Death 3. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son 4. Piece Of Mind 5. Powerslave 6. Iron Maiden 7. The Number Of The Beast 8. The Book Of Souls 9. Killers 10. Brave New World 11. Fear Of The Dark 12. Rest
como se não bastassem as tags, as novas versões dos albuns Iron Maiden, Killers e The Number of the Beast não contém as faixas Sanctuary, Twilight Zone e Total Eclipse. Tô muito chateado, Twilight Zone é do caralho!
Wish Iron Maiden was easier to find original CD masters for online, the remasters after 1998 are nearly unlistenable by comparison...not sure why the remasters have to crank it up so damn loud, when Book of Souls was a great loudness war aversion. That said, the musicianship still shines through, and this is my new go-to band for how bands with bassists as the main composer create some of the finest rhythms in metal. Steve Harris is incredibly commendable for what he writes!
21 anos de vida pra conseguir acompanhar pela primeira vez... eu estou tão, mas tão contente com a compra dos meus ingressos que nem sei. Contagem regressiva pra partir da minha Bahia pro RJ, só vem Rock i Rio! ♥
2015 Remasters on Spotify and tracks like Sanctuary, Twilight Zone and Total Eclipse are gone. So, start off with new scrobbles of Iron Maiden, and still a lot of things missing. I at least want Virus and the Best of the B-Sides.