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Bruce Dickinson

Bruce Dickinson

Heavy Metal

U.K.
London, England, U.K.
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Paul Bruce Dickinson (born 7 August 1958) is an English singer, best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Dickinson has performed in the band across two stints, from 1981 to 1993 and from 1999 to the present day. He is known for his wide-ranging operatic vocal style and energetic stage presence. Dickinson began his career in music fronting small pub bands in the 1970s while attending school in Sheffield and university in London. In 1979, he joined British new wave heavy metal band Samson, with whom he gained some popularity under the stage name "Bruce Bruce" and performed on two studio records. He left Samson in 1981 to join Iron Maiden, replacing Paul Di'Anno, and debuted on their 1982 album 'The Number of the Beast'. During his first tenure in the band, they issued a series of U.S. and U.K. platinum and gold albums in the 1980s and early 1990s.

Members:

Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Dickinson
(Vocals)
Adrian Smith
Adrian Smith
(Vocals / Guitar)
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Tattooed Millionaire

Bruce Dickinson
Tattooed Millionaire [Album]

1 May 1990

 

'Tattooed Millionaire' is the debut solo studio album by Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson. The album project began when Dickinson was asked to record a song for 'A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child'. Collaborating with future Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers, Dickinson began creating a solo album which was fundamentally different from his works with Iron Maiden, with a hard rock sound that is less progressive. The album yielded four Top 40 singles in the U.K.

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Balls To Picasso

Bruce Dickinson
Balls To Picasso [Album]

3 June 1994

 

'Balls To Picasso' is the second solo album by Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson. It is the first album in Dickinson's solo career that was released after he had officially left Iron Maiden (although he rejoined again in 1999). This record marked the beginning of Dickinson's collaborations with guitarist Roy Z, who would work on many of Dickinson's later albums.

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Nativity In Black, A Tribute To Black Sabbath

Various Artists
Nativity In Black, A Tribute To Black Sabbath [Selected Tracks (various artists album)]

4 January 1994

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Alive In Studio A

Bruce Dickinson
Alive In Studio A [Album]

27 February 1995

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Skunkworks

Bruce Dickinson
Skunkworks [Album]

1 June 1996

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Accident Of Birth

Bruce Dickinson
Accident Of Birth [Album]

1 May 1997

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The Chemical Wedding

Bruce Dickinson
The Chemical Wedding [Album]

15 September 1998

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Scream For Me Brazil

Bruce Dickinson
Scream For Me Brazil [Album]

2 November 1999

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The Best Of

Bruce Dickinson
The Best Of [Compilation Album]

24 September 2001

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Tyranny Of Souls

Bruce Dickinson
Tyranny Of Souls [Album]

23 May 2005

 

'Tyranny Of Souls' is the seventh solo album released by Bruce Dickinson. This was his first solo album since rejoining Iron Maiden in 1999. The title track is somewhat based on Shakespeare's tragedy MacBeth, and includes direct quotes and lines from the play throughout the song and the cover art is one of the panels of 'Earthly Vanity And Divine Salvation', a work by renaissance artist Hans Memling.

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The Mandrake Project

Bruce Dickinson
The Mandrake Project [Album]

1 March 2024
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'The Mandrake Project' is the seventh studio album by Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson. Nearly five years in production, this is Dickinson's first solo album in nineteen years since 2005's 'Tyranny of Souls', marking the longest gap between two studio albums in his solo career.

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