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  • The track starts off with a moderately-paced riff which has a nice and heavy sound and allows room for an interesting bass fill by Harris in between the riff as well
  • I believe that Dickinson actually played guitar on this track just to add another harmony to this section and it certainly pays off as the sound that the guitarists in Maiden achieve in this melodic harmony section is just brilliant
  • The song then picks up in tempo for a while before returning to the original tempo of the track, one thing that stuck out to me about Revelations is that it went through a lot of changes throughout the track but I personally always liked this because it integrated several different unique sounding sections and turned them all into one coherent song where Iron Maiden certainly demonstrates a pretty mature style of songwriting in my opinion
  • Revelations strikes me as one of the more well developed songs by Iron Maiden and I’d definitely recommend looking into it


    • by Grimmy101
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      Revelations is a song by Iron Maiden which appears on their album Piece Of Mind. The track starts off with a moderately-paced riff which has a nice and heavy sound and allows room for an interesting bass fill by Harris in between the riff as well. The riff for the verse soon comes in and it becomes pretty obvious that the song is actually much slower than I initially thought but Dickinson

      makes the tempo work very nicely, particularly because of the very smooth transition from the heavy music of the verse to the extremely, and I really want to stress, extremely melodic leads which follow the verse. I believe that Dickinson actually played guitar on this track just to add another harmony to this section and it certainly pays off as the sound that the guitarists in Maiden achieve in this melodic harmony ...

      • section is just brilliant. The song then picks up in tempo for a while before returning to the original tempo of the track, one thing that stuck out to me about Revelations is that it went through a lot of changes throughout the track but I personally always liked this because it integrated several different unique sounding sections and turned them all into one coherent song where Iron Maiden certainly demonstrates a
        pretty mature style of songwriting in my opinion. The leads throughout this track are great, and I just really want to stress again that there are a lot of different changes throughout this track so it isn’t going to feel repetitive or anything and it’s going to have a lot of nice and unique sections. Revelations strikes me as one of the more well developed songs by Iron Maiden and I’d definitely recommend looking into it.




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