|The 17 Best Iron Maiden Musical Moments|
My favorite bits of Maiden songs. Whether it be a riff, a chorus, a part of a solo or just to solo in general.
Murders in the Rue Morgue
The catchy yet badass chorus
The moment it explodes into rhythm after the somewhat annoying slow, HARD, slow, HARD intro.
|3||Back in the Village|
The first 30 seconds
|4||22 Acacia Avenue|
From about 4;12 to 4:53
Any one of Paul DiAnno's verses. Absolutely beautiful.
|6||Lord of the Flies|
The first minute. It's a real unique sound.
The weird, synth intro.
|8||Out of the Silent Planet|
From 3:35 to 4:50
|9||For the Greater Good of God|
The epic guitar riff starting at 6:57
|10||Heaven Can Wait|
When he band begins to chant "woahohoh" over and over
Not the chorus itself, but the guitar riff backing it up
|12||Phantom of the Opera|
The part of the long instrumental that begins at about 4:50 and ends at 5:08.
The amazing bass intro.
|14||Seventh Son of a Seventh Son|
The soft, dark, spoken verse towards the middle.
|15||Rime of the Ancient Mariner|
The entire solo. Three minutes of kickassery.
|16||Hallowed Be Thy Name|
2:33 to 3:10. Incredibly powerful
|17||Sign of the Cross|
7:56 to 10:08; the greatest thing I've ever heard.