IRON MAIDEN The X Factor (1995) (CMC RECORDS) (11 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

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IRON MAIDEN The X Factor (1995) (CMC RECORDS) (11 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

The X Factor (1995) (CMC RECORDS) (11 TRACKS)
Iron Maiden

Album Description:

THE X FACTOR is the tenth studio album by Iron Maiden, released in 1995. It is the band''s first album to include Blaze Bayley, formerly of Wolfsbane, as vocalist, replacing Bruce Dickinson who left the band following their previous tour to pursue a solo career. The album title came about in the early part of the recording. 

According to producer Nigel Green:

"We all felt that the way things were progressing - the songs, Blaze''s new involvement, the sound, the commitment - the new album really would have that extra quality, that bit of magic, that X Factor. This became the working title for the album and we liked it, so we kept it. It is also very apt as this is our tenth studio album and "X" can bring up many images."

Supporting the album was the X FACTOUR tour. Much like the tour for their following album, VIRTUAL XI, it was cut short after Blaze suffered a violent allergic reaction to certain elements used on the stages where the band performed. The X-Factor''s cover art depicts the operation which left Eddie''s head broken (first seen on the PIECE OF MIND album cover) and was created by Hugh Syme. In some releases, the cover was replaced with a less graphic alternative, showing Eddie from a distance, with the original artwork on the back of the booklet. The idea to bring Iron Maiden''s longtime mascot Eddie into ''real form'' came from band guitarist Dave Murray, up to that point having always been an animated caricature. This is the second album (PIECE OF MIND being the first) that did not have a title track on it, as well as the first album to not feature the album title in any of the song lyrics.

Recorded at Barnyard Studios, Essex, England, About 1994 - August 1995.

Track Listing:

1. Sign of the Cross - 11:17   
2. Lord of the Flies - 5:03   
3. Man on the Edge - 4:13   
4. Fortunes of War - 7:23   
5. Look for the Truth - 5:10   
6. The Aftermath - 6:21   
7. Judgement of Heaven - 5:12   
8. Blood on the World''s Hands - 5:57   
9. The Edge of Darkness - 6:39   
10. 2 A.M. - 5:37   
11. The Unbeliever - 8:10 
 
Performance Credits:  

Iron Maiden - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Primary Artist 
Janick Gers - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Guitar 
Steve Harris - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Bass, Bass Guitar 
Nicko McBrain - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Drums 
Blaze Bayley - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Vocals 
David Murray - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Guitar 
Xpresion Choir - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Chant 
Dave Murray - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Guitar

Technical Credits:
  
Bill Barclay - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Andy Taylor - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Management 
Richard Bell - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Steve Gadd - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Nigel Green - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Producer, Engineer 
Doug Hall - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Steve Harris - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Producer 
Mick McKenna - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Hugh Syme - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Art Direction, Illustrations, Digital Illustration 
Merck Mercuriadis - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Management 
Rod Smallwood - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Management 
Mike Kenney - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Kind Permission - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Producer 
Les Lambert - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Contributor 
Ronald Whelan - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Mastering 
Aky Najeeb - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Management
IRON MAIDEN The X Factor (1995) (CMC RECORDS) (11 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM The X Factor (1995) (CMC RECORDS) (11 TRACKS)Iron Maiden Album Description: THE X FACTOR is the tenth studio album by Iron Maiden, released in 1995. It is the band''s fir
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