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  • Label: Sanctuary Records
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"Tyranny Of Souls" est le premier album solo de Bruce Dickinson depuis son retour au sein d'Iron Maiden. Et force est de constater que, après plus de 6 ans, cet album reprend où "The Chemical Wedding" s'était arrêté. Très puissant, cet album rappelle aussi "Accident Of Birth" sorti en 1997. On est très loin des expérimentations de "Balls To Picasso" ou "Skunkworks", place à un heavy metal moderne et puissant. Seuls contrastent la superbe ballade "Navigate The Seas Of The Sun" et le très mélodique "Devil On A Hog", qu'on croirait issu de "Tatooed Millionaire"! "Tyranny Of Souls" séduit par la qualité et la richesse des compositions et la voix toujours particulière de Bruce. La grande réussite de cet album est son caractère original et heavy qui contraste avec les derniers albums de Maiden, plus conventionnels. Allez, je me lance, Tyranny Of Souls est l'orientation qu'aurait dû prendre Iron Maiden au retour de Bruce. Un excellent album qui ne séduira pas que les fans de Maiden...
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On oublie Tattoed et Balls, c'est le troisième volet de la trilogie entamé avec Chemical et Accident. C'est du même gabarit, et c'est excellent. Si vous avez aimé les deux précedents, vous serez peut-être un peu déçu pas le manque de surprise, mais passée la première impression de dejà vu ... On y replonge avec délice.
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"Tyranny of Souls" est en parfaite continuité de ce que Bruce avait amorcé en 1997 avec "Accident of Birth". Du heavy de facture classique, certes, mais remarquablement bien fait. La puissance est au rendez-vous, même si on peut trouver ici une touche plus lourde et plus sombre (plus progressive ?) que sur ses deux prédécesseurs (la magnifique ballade "Navigate the seas of the sun" bien sûr, mais aussi "Believil" avec ses coeurs à la Seventh Son, ou encore le titre éponyme "A tyranny of souls").
En tout cas, ce qui frappe à l'écoute de cet album, c'est que, qu'est-ce qu-il chante bien ce Dickinson ! Ce disque (et les deux précédents) respire la sincérité d'un musicien qui après quelques expérimentations revient à ses véritables amours et nous livre ici ce qu'il sait faire de mieux.
Si comme moi vous êtes un fan de toujours de Maiden, mais que vous avez pu "décrocher" pendant quelques années au milieu des 90's, l'oeuvre de Bruce Dickinson représente la meilleure alternative. Cet homme, on le sent en l'écoutant, a continué pendant cette période à prendre du plaisir à faire sa musique pendant que ses ex (futurs ?) compères continuaient à ...exister. Heureusement, la bête s'est depuis réveillé, et même si ses albums sont loin d'être à la hauteur de leurs productions des 80's, ils sont au moins prétexte à de monumentales tournées ... et pour revenir à Bruce, on sait ce qu'il apporte à un show de Maiden !...
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tout y est inspiration du guitariste ,riffs et solos au top,bruce trés bon , et la setlist vraiment égale dans toute la durée de l'album...c'est à dire époustouflant de classe de compacité et de métal...indispensable
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HASH(0x9cd830e4) étoiles sur 5 Go on....be ABDUCTED by Tyranny of Souls....haw haw haw 15 juillet 2005
Par Suetonius Paullinus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I must apologise for that title. But in all seriousness this is an album that can't be missed. As we'd expect from Bruce's great solo record (the utterly timeless Chemical Wedding, brilliant Accident of Birth being the two predecessors to this album), Tyranny of Souls continues Bruce's solo successes.

Its not easy for a fan in Australia to get hold of these albums. Solo Bruce needs to be imported from overseas; the record shops are often unwilling to do it, and if they will they say 'Oh, it will be 6 to 8 weeks'. In short, Amazon is a lifesaver for any fan of non-mainstream music. I only just got my copy but it was well worth the wait, this is a great record

I'll tell you an interesting anecdote. I showed the album to my younger brother after saying 'just got Bruce Dickinson's latest solo album'. He said 'when did he find the time to do that?' I then thought about that and realised just how much Bruce has been doing since 1997's Accident of Birth. Think about it, we had AOB in 1997, Chemical Wedding in 1998, then Bruce went back to Maiden and recorded Brave New World (2000), did a MASSIVE tour, had some time off, recorded Dance of Death (2003), had another big tour, and then after all this he's managed to give us another solo album in 2005. That's about 5 albums in 7 years, plus touring. Not too shabby by any standard; compares VERY well to other artists of Bruce's age/generation. MEtallica, for example, having released load/reload (essentially the same material recorded mostly at the same time - they just 'polished' up the reload material after the load tour) in 1995/6, then did NOTHING for about 7 years when they released the dismal St Anger. (Live Albums (S&M) and Cover Albums (Garage Inc) don't count. So it took Metallica some 7 years to release a RUBBISH album, but Bruce manages to release 5 great to excellent albums in that time.

Given that Bruce has been VERY busy, has the quality suffered on Tyranny of Souls? Absolutely NOT, you wouldn't even know he'd been so busy that he had to record with Roy Z whenever he could at small intervals. Not only this, but apparently he really hurt his back and so could only sing for about 10 minutes and then had to lie down.

Now we turn to the album itself. Bruce doesn't pull any punches with this effort; he said himself he was worried about living up to the Chemical Wedding. While Tyranny of Souls doesn't equal or better that effort, (and who would reasonably expect it to?) it is a worthy successor, full of great music from Bruce.

Mars Within is a short intro that leads into the best track - Abduction. This is a blazing song with awesome lyrics and singing! Not to mention guitar work from Roy. Then comes 'soul intruders', another excellent track. We then get served the wonderful 'Kill Devil Hill'. A weird name, but a great track with an outro reminiscent of 'The Alchemist' from Chemical Wedding. We then get served a more laid back, calmer acoustic track 'Navigate the Seas of the Sun'. This is a great mood change and IMHO it is a beautiful song that showcases Bruce's excellent voice in a different style to his singing elsewhere.

Some have criticised the latter half of the album. I personally can find little fault with it. River of No Return has a great guitar riff and it works well. Power of the Sun is another excellent track. Devil on a Hog is a more 80's rocker in tempo at least, but it has some great vocals by Bruce that I can't fault. I love the vocal melody. 'You won't see my face no more, my machine has left the floor'

Believil comes next. THis is a very sombre track, I find it even a little scary...Bruce manages to sound almost evil when he sings it. It's probably my least favourite song on the CD but that's not to say it isn't still great. Finally the wonderful title track closes the album, with the first four lines stolen right from MacBeth (not a bad thing - MacBeth ROCKS).

Bruce doesn't sound tired or creatively spent, on the contrary he is positively inspired! This is an album DEFINITELY worth getting for your collection. If you like solo Bruce, (and you must or you wouldn't be here) then you HAVE to get this album.

While I do miss Adrian Smith, personally I don't think the album is much the worse without him. PErhaps he could have added an element that would have allowed it to equal the Chemical Wedding. PErhaps he wouldn't have made much difference. At any rate, the album is great notwithstanding.
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HASH(0x9cd83138) étoiles sur 5 About time, but could have been better 4 juillet 2005
Par Christopher J. Palo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Along with many other reviewers, I have to agree that Tyranny is weaker than Chemical Wedding, but there is still much to be appreciative of.

The pluses: The songs, "Abduction," "River of No Return," "Kill Devil Hill" and the title track are all worth keeping. These feature Bruce's best singing on the album and also the better guitar riffs and solo. "Abduction" moves to a very quick pace and, if you are listening in the car, makes you want to push 100 on the freeway. Especially noteworthy is the rhythm part on "Tyranny". Also, the keyboards in the background of "River.." lend a symphonic dimension to the song.

The negatives: These are what keep this album from being truly great.

1)The songs, "Devil on a Hog" and "Believil" are ridiculous (Devil) and go into the "what the hell were you thinking" category (Believil). It would have been better to lose one of them.

2) Where's Adrian? Roy Z is a great guitarist and a better song writer, but some contrasting solos and approaches are what made Chemical Wedding such a strong album.

3) There are some mixing problems. The keyboards are barely audible and because they lend so much to the song, they should have been brought out all the more.

4) The drumming is good, especially the double bass in "Abduction" and "Soul Intruders," but because it was recorded after the guitar tracks were laid down, it doesn't seem spontaneously composed, but more formulaic at times.

5) The songwriting is starting to become formulaic. Roy Z has worked enough with Dickinson and Halford that I know where he wants to go with a lot of songs. Also the Steve Harris staple of an eighth note coupled with two sixteenth notes gets overused especially in the chorus of "Soul Intruders" and the beginning of "River." Still very good songs, but let's try another rhythm, shall we? As a Steve Harris disciple, I never thought I'd say that!

Yes, my negatives outweigh the positives. But, there is a lot of great stuff on this album that I cannot put into words. This is without a doubt the best vocals I have heard out of Dickinson since Chemical. The two Iron Maiden albums done since then, Brave New World and DAnce of Death, don't feature vocals or songwriting that come close to this one album's effort.

Some songs take a while to grow on you like "Navigate the Seas of the Sun". I'm skipping it less and less now, but the embarrassments in "Devil.." and "Believil" still make you want to shake your head. Nonetheless, if Maiden decides to retire (which I think might happen after their Ozzfest tour), Dickinson still has some left in him for a couple of more solo efforts.
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HASH(0x9cd83570) étoiles sur 5 Excellent, but not quite as good as the last 2. 14 juin 2005
Par Jason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A Bruce Dickinson album is always cause for celebration and Tyranny of Souls is certainly no exception. It is a terrific album and is a joy to listen to. It is not quite as good as Accident of Birth and Chemical Wedding which are about as perfect as heavy metal gets and are worth 5 stars. There are a few songs here that are a tad weaker than what one usually expects from Bruce, but overall this album is fantastic. Devil on A Hog is pretty poppy for Bruce's standards but is a lot of fun and a really good song. Abduction rocks. The final song, Tyranny of Souls, is just fantastic, and worth the price of the CD alone. It goes in so many directions and is so heavy, crazy, and beautiful all at once. One should also note Bruce's vocals on this album. They have not sounded better since Powerslave. I can only imagine what this album would have sounded like with the ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC ADRIAN SMITH. I would not doubt that his presence would have ratcheted it up another star as Adrian brings quality and credibility to anything he does. Anyway, it is still a really good album, highly recommended, and certain to please any Bruce fan.
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HASH(0x9cd8393c) étoiles sur 5 Didn't you come this way before? A million years ago... 27 mai 2005
Par The Bret Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Have no fear kids, Bruce is back! I've been a BIG fan of Bruce's music since "Accident Of Birth" came out, and this album is again another pleaser with heavy riffs, great hooks, and powerful, passionate vocals throughout. The opening track, "Mars Within" is like a dark fanfare,(sounds a lot like the beginning of "The Alchemist" from Chemical), setting the mood for this opus with ethereal-yet-heavy keys & guitar and segues nicely into "Abduction". A fast & heavy track. The rest of the record varies in mood from heavy and dark to inspired and uplifting, and back again for the final tracks, "Believil", which reminds me of Dio a bit, and the last track, "A Tyranny Of Souls", which is classic Bruce all the way.

I'm giving this record 4 stars only because Bruce has done some better work, (Accident & Chemical), but this is a VERY strong 4 stars, and in my opinion far outshines other modern metal. A thoughtful, inspired, and very musical album from Bruce & Roy Z. A great sonic exploration into the dark. Enjoy....hehehehehe.........
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HASH(0x9cd83a20) étoiles sur 5 The Incomparable Bruce D 11 juin 2006
Par DerWeg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is the greatest mistake for anyone to pass over the amazing vocalist Bruce Dickenson's recordings (especially more recent solo work) either for its specific genre or its one degree of separation from the Maiden marquee.

First off, BD's solo records have often been the equal of Iron Maiden's best work, if I may offer this opinion - in other words, just good music most rock fans will enjoy. Secondly they can be at times heavier, drawing from other genres of Metal that Maiden does not veer into. Thirdly, these CDs are not afraid to be LESS heavy at times, and explore cool new textures a card-carrying Maidenite would not expect from 'Arry and the boys.

All said TOS is in all respects a damn fine record (as is Chemical Wedding and Best Of BD) with no apologies really. There is just enough variation and quirkiness to give the overall song package some spark and freshness, I mean you can tell the singer is involved with his project at a sincere, grounded level. Listen to "Kill Devil Hill"... the 3/4-time gallop, the feisty snarling guitars duelling with sinister pipe-organ, and vocals sailing over lyrics it was just made to sing. Magnificent.

Certainly many people, like me would have also enjoyed a more consistently heavy record, or at least a few additional metal tracks to offset the sweet balladry of "Seas on the Sun" & the pop-metal of "Devil on a Hog." But here is real Bruce, take or leave it folks. There are 1 or 2 odd moments (eg. the bizarrely bellowing vocal phrase edited onto the intro to "Power of the Sun") but it's all good, and every song here is welcome to the party.

Besides, it really is all about Bruce's incomparable and powerful voice, singing in his late forties with utter mastery and posession of his instrument as never before. Scream for me, Tyranny of Souls.
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