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Friday, July 8, 2016
90's Music Challenge: Day 3
90's Music Challenge. 7 songs in 7 days that define the 1990's for me. Day 3.
In January 1999 I was on holidays in Kiama, and was sucked in to playing cricket for Kiama C.C. by Steve Holz. On the trip to Oakleigh Park (where else do I ever seem to play) Steve put a CD on and said "Guess who this is!" The ridiculous opening riff threw me, until the vocals started, and I knew who it was. Having avoided Bruce Dickinson since the Balls to Picasso album, I had missed that he was back in a big way, with Roy Z and Adrian Smith on guitars, and putting out an album that was, in itself, a majestic effort. "The Chemical Wedding" is a masterpiece album that almost slipped by without me noticing. Like yesterday's album, this sits comfortably within my favourite 20 albums of all time.
Song #3 is "Book of Thel" by Bruce Dickinson.
Today I nominate Dale Clark to get off his bloody motorcycles and see if he can come up with a list of 7 songs from the 90's that can compare to my own gems.