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X Factor

The X Factor

4.0 2
by Iron Maiden

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Sanctuary Records

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Iron Maiden   Primary Artist
Janick Gers   Guitar
Steve Harris   Bass,Bass Guitar
Nicko McBrain   Drums
Blaze Bayley   Vocals
David Murray   Guitar
Xpresion Choir   Chant
Dave Murray   Guitar

Technical Credits

Bill Barclay   Contributor
Richard Bell   Contributor
Steve Gadd   Contributor
Nigel Green   Producer,Engineer
Doug Hall   Contributor
Steve Harris   Producer
Mick McKenna   Contributor
Hugh Syme   Art Direction,Illustrations,Digital Illustration
Merck Mercuriadis   Management
Rod Smallwood   Management
Mike Kenney   Contributor
Kind Permission   Producer
Lambert   Contributor
Aky Najeeb   Management
Andy Taylor   Management

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The X Factor 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having been an Iron Maiden fan for many years, it was a hard blow when I had learned that lead singer Bruce Dickinson had departed the band. But you know what they say: ''The show must go on.'' So enters Blaze Baily, a good singer in his own right, but only a shadow of the powerful Dickinson. X Factor was a good album, nontheless, however, it took me some getting used to. Such songs as Sign of the Cross and Lord of the Flies were great songs with powerful guitar playing by Harris and Murray. But at times, there were a few songs which seemed too long and overdone. Now that Bruce is back with Maiden, I think many of these songs could be even better. I tnink Blaze will do better on his own, but we definitely thank him for standing in for 2 albums while Bruce was gone. Up the irons!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago