The X Factor is the tenth studio album by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 2 October 1995 through EMI. It is the first of two albums by the band to include Blaze Bayley, formerly of Wolfsbane, as vocalist, replacing Bruce Dickinson who left the band following their previous tour to pursue a solo career
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Written-By – Bayley, Gers. For those not in the know, X Factor was their first release with Blaze on vocals. Traditionalists hated his deep, brooding vocals and rejected this album as "not" being one to bear a true Iron Maiden sound. Well codswallop to that I say! Personally this is one of my favourite albums ever. As far as Iron Maiden releases go it certainly is their darkest, with some inredibly dark subject matter and moody song arrangements (even the art work and the band photos got a facelift on the more sinister side of things). Unlike Bruce's colourful vocal style, I felt that Blaze's vocals.
Album Name The X Factor. 版公司 EMI Records CMC International Toshiba Records.
After 1992's Fear of the Dark, an album that, for the last time for another eleven years, hit in the UK, Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson left the band he fronted for 11 years. Iron Maiden than began auditioning for new vocalists, both known and unknown. After listening to dozens of tryouts, the band finally selected Wolfsbane singer, Blaze Bailey. Of course, The X Factor also features short, speedy songs such as Man on the Edge. The brooding and melancholic music found on this album fits both Blaze's voice and the dark atmospheric lyrics that were written. Song subjects range from the inquisition in Sign of the Cross; to war in songs such as Fortunes of War, The Aftermath, and Blood on the Worlds Hands; to insanity in Man on the Edge, and The Edge of Darkness; as well as many other introspective subjects.
The X Factor (album). Studio album by. Iron Maiden. Blaze Bayley - vocals.