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  Bruce Dickinson : iSOUND.COM™
Bruce was always distant from everybody he knew, especially his younger sister, because she was a planned child and he was an accident.
At age 16 1/2, Bruce was expelled from boarding school for urinating in the headmaster's dinner and being ratted on for it.
Bruce's first and only (to date) best of album came out the next year, which he claims was made for real heavy metal headbangers, not people like Bon Jovi fans or anything like that.
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 Bruce Dickinson - "Tyranny Of Souls"
The Bruce Dickinson backing harmonies of this song shows you why Bruce has been around as long as he has.
Bruce carries out the last vocal note of the chorus, showing that even at his age he can still keep up with the younger vocalist.
Bruce as an intelligence that surpasses most musicians and this release shows this.
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 Bruce Dickinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bruce Dickinson (born Paul Bruce Dickinson, August 7, 1958 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom) is the lead singer in the heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
Paul Bruce Dickinson was born in the small mining town of Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
Dickinson was later expelled from Oundle for urinating in the headmaster's dinner.
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 Bruce Dickinson - Biography - AOL Music
Perhaps second only to Rob Halford, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson was the most acclaimed and instantly recognizable vocalist to emerge from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement of the early-'80s.
Dickinson and Maiden patched up their differences by the late '90s, as he rejoined the group for a successful reunion tour in 1999, and a year later, for the album Brave New World and supporting tour.
In addition to music, Dickinson is an avid fencer, has authored a pair of comedic books (Lord Iffy Boatrace and The Missionary Position), hosted U.K. radio shows, is a certified airplane pilot, as well as a scriptwriter (he penned an as yet unused script based on his The Chemical Wedding album).
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 :: Bruce Dickinson :: Biography ::
Bruce was of course interested since this meant he could play all these big gigs in London, and after completing his degree in history three weeks after, he went to rehearse with his new band.
Bruce's last gig with the band was at the Reading Festival in 1981, a gig which was immortalised by the BBC and subsequently released on the album "Live at Reading 81".
Bruce might even have been able to make the Olympic games in 1992 but the closest he ever got to the Olympics was his involvement Duellist Ltd, a fencing company which sponsored James Williams (sabre), the only UK fencer at the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1994.
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 The Best Of Bruce Dickinson reviewed by The House of Shred
Shortly thereafter, Dickinson had the utter good fortune to be present at a performance by unsigned L.A. locals Tribe of Gypsies and was so blown away by their amazing musicianship, particularly guitarist Roy Z., that he promptly introduced himself and invited the Tribe to make a record with him.
Although a true "Best of Bruce Dickinson" would have to be at least a four-disc set, this is a good collection for the casual listener and a decent intro for new fans.
Dickinson crushes on this track, proving yet again that he still delivers the goods in concert, perhaps better than ever.
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 www.myspace.com/brucedickinson
Dickinson is still the proverbial human whirlwind of activity, having made his mark both as the frontman of the legendary Iron Maiden and as a longstanding solo artist, with a catalogue that includes six studio albums of his own plus several concert releases.
Dickinson refuses to be trotted out on TV chat shows as one of metals token intellectuals (Thats just demeaning to everybody else, he explains.
Dickinson would not choose to depart Iron Maiden until four years later, by which time he had made the first of three attempts to record a second solo set, the avant-garde Balls To Picasso.
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 Bruce Dickinson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Bruce Dickinson (born Paul Bruce Dickinson, August 7, 1958 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England) is the legendary lead singer in the Heavy metal musicheavy metal band Iron Maiden.
Bruce's interests were more military in nature: in the school's Combined Cadet Force, he was promoted as far as his delight in devising pranks allowed him; and he was also the co-founder of the school's Wargames society.
Dickinson's new writing partner was Alex Dickson, and after touring his current song catalogue (documented on ''Alive in Studio A)'' with him and the rest of the new band, sat down to write ''Skunkworks''.
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 BBC - Radio 2 - Masters of Rock with Bruce Dickinson
Bruce immediately made his mark with The Number of the Beast album in 1982, which gave the band their first UK number one album and which is now widely regarded as a classic.
Bruce left the band in 1993 to pursue a solo career, but rejoined in 1999 for the Brave New World album and tour, hailed as a return to form for the band.
Bruce's first taste of broadcasting was as a stand in on the Radio 1 Friday Rock show many years ago.
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 Maidenfans.com
Bruce also happens to be the best songwriter vocalist in Maiden, and, with the exception of Steve Harris and Adrian Smith, Iron Maiden's finest musical contributor.
Bruce's most famed characteristic is his ARSe (!)-- that is, his Air Raid Siren esque voice, that has graced Maiden standards such as Run To The Hills, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Where Eagles Dare, The Trooper and Aces High in towering, high frequency style.
Bruce Dickinson may not have the purest voice in the World, but the thing what makes him arguably as good as any singer out there is his ability to take any of the various vocals at his disposal and use them to stunning effect.
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 bruce dickinson
Bruce brought in former Gillan axe-man, Janick Gers, for this one.
This was to be the last studio album from Bruce Dickinson before he rejoined Iron Maiden.
Bruce is very eager to continue to pursue his solo-career, although he now is back home where he belongs.
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 Bruce dickinson lyrics, Bruce dickinson guitar tabs, Bruce dickinson bass tabs, Bruce dickinson pictures, Bruce ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 DVD Verdict Review - Bruce Dickinson: Anthology
Passions for literature, fencing, and aircraft came to the fore (Dickinson is a capable commercial pilot) and, in time, he found the individuality that was lacking inside the Maiden machine.
Dickinson is one step removed from his famed band ballyhoo (he was still with the group at the time) and it shows.
Featuring 14 tracks and individual introductions to each one, Dickinson is forthcoming about his solo career fumbles, his lack of keenness for the short film form, and his general disdain for much of the music business.
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 No Life Til Metal - CD Gallery - Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Dickinson is the past and (as of 1999) the present singer of Iron Maiden.
Bruce Dickinson reminds me so much of Ian Gillan, who also has one of those classic metal voices with a defining sound.
As a matter of fact in the spoken word track titled "Voice of Crube" Bruce gives some thoughts on each track and says that he was a bit irritated that Maiden chose to use the title "Wicker Man" for their comeback album single.
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 BRUCE DICKINSON: The Chemical Wedding/Scream For Me Brazil/Tattooed Millionaire
Bruce Dickinson, one of the more active figures in rock and roll these days, makes his latest statement for his solo career before resuming his full-blown duties with Maiden on their march toward the new millennium.
Bruce, opting for a crisp, clean, cornball style for his first release, ventured away from the complexities and inflexibility of all things Maiden, beloved not only for who they were but what they represented.
Bruce's pre-Maiden gathering that as with many a secondary NW'er of the time, had a vast assortment of Pop, Rock, and Ballad to go with the tight pants and power chords.
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 Bruce Dickinson - -THE KING- -
I think my first encounter with Bruce was when he was rehearsing with Samson in Kilburn, which must have been 1979.
I remember I was playing pool and Bruce came out of the studio and he was very animated and very loud and I thought, ‘Who is this geezer?!’ His personality was way in front of the man himself.
A change I saw in Bruce from that time, apart from his enthusiasm for the band back like he had when I first joined it, is the genuineness of the emotion that I feel from him.
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 Tattooed Millionaire Review | Bruce Dickinson | Reviews @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
In 1990, Dickinson launched his solo career with Tattooed Millionaire, which is far from a carbon copy of his work with Iron Maiden.
For Bruce Dickinson's first solo record, and an album that was supposedly written in a week and a half, Tattooed Millionaire really packs a punch and leaves a lasting effect.
Bruce's vocal perfomances are spot on, much to the contrary of the Iron Maiden album recorded the same year, No Prayer For The Dying.
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 Iron Maiden Lyrics: Bruce Dickinson Biography
As Bruce now recalls: "The first time I saw Maiden play, I knew they were the band for me. They were playing second fiddle at a club show in London, back in 1979, which my previous band Samson, were actually headlining.
Far from signifying a decline in their fortunes, Bruce's appointment to the band was the beginning of the most successful and era in Maiden's career to date.
Mum, who worked in a shoe shop, and dad, who was a mechanic in the army, were still in their teens when baby Bruce was born, and to begin with he was brought up by his maternal grandparents.
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 Iron Maiden's lead singer switches on the seatbelt sign | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
Dickinson has long been the renaissance man of rock - not content with selling 50 million albums, he wrote two novels and represented his country with fencing swords.
Dickinson was in prance mode on Top of the Pops only this summer, when Run to the Hills was re-released.
Dickinson gets stuck into a discussion on music production - a wonderful studio in Paris that the band found a few years ago, the benefits of recording live into Pro Tools software, the differences between analogue tape, CDs and mp3s.
www.guardian.co.uk /g2/story/0,3604,812005,00.html   (1465 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Skunkworks: Music: Bruce Dickinson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Bruce is definitely in for the long haul, and undeniably in it for the music.
Bruce, the air-raid siren, Dickenson is a brilliant vocalist, and hopefully has many productive years ahead with both solo project and (I hope) with MAIDEN projects.
People who are aware of and like Bruce Dickinson's solo work (and lets face it, it's terrific; arguably superior to a fair amount of Iron Maiden stuff) usually cite The Chemical Wedding and Accident of Birth as archetypical Bruce, and that would be correct.
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 Amazon.com: Bruce Dickinson - Anthology: DVD: Bruce Dickinson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Bruce was fronting a new young band, with a new name, and was joined on stage by Alex Dickson (Guitars), Chris Dale (Bass) and a certain infamous Italian drummer, Alessandro Elena.
The "Digitizer" seems to have made the footage look dirty, and I hope that is the case since this is supposed to be a pro-shot show, as is the first concert.Time for this show is 55 minutes, not 60 as stated on the pack.
Bruce in San Paolo with Adrian Smith and Roy Z. on guitars, this is one awesome show.
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 Metal Rules!!:  Interview with Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Dickinson is one of the more entertaining personalities to speak with in this business and never more so than when he is "feeling his way." The celebrating in the IRON MAIDEN camp must have been furious this week.
Not one to hold out from peer pressure (or for lack of a better excuse!) I popped myself a can of suds or six and got to the point, as much as was possible by the end of this drunken verbal marathon we were on.
Dickinson has recently released yet another solo album, this time a live disc, and as faithful metalheads would expect from Bruce, it is top shelf material all the way.
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 Bruce Dickinson MP3 Downloads - Bruce Dickinson Music Downloads - Bruce Dickinson Music Videos
Perhaps second only to Rob Halford, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson was the most acclaimed and instantly recognizable vocalist to emerge from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement of the...
The great Bruce Dickinson takes time off from his fencing career to remind the nu-metal kids how lame they are.
Bruce Dickinson was and is my all-time favorite.
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 music-reviewer.com - February, 2002 - Bruce Dickinson
After ten years of success with Iron Maiden, Bruce left the band to begin his solo journey; this album is a culmination of his further musical growth.
In this one Bruce pushes the limits of his creativity: soaring vocals encounter expert riffage amidst the drums powerfully kicking their way into the song -- it’s a faster paced intro, leads, and chorus, as Bruce begins to sing about things that are very personal to him.
It is a testament to Bruce's versatility as a musician - moving from hard, old-school rock - to reflective, chilling melodies - to a more brooding, dark music with strings, piano and choral voices included.
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