BRUCE DICKINSON Remembers Lining The Studio Wall With Kegs Though Recording The Quantity Of The Beast


Iron Maiden‘s 1982 album The Quantity Of The Beast is an simple traditional, and it sounds like the band experienced a blast recording it also. Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson talked about the recording sessions driving The Range Of The Beast in an interview with Consequence, expressing he tracked his vocals in a dilapidated kitchen. Dickinson also remembers the band consuming pretty seriously into the night time till the producer would yell at them to go to bed.

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“I did most of my vocals in a dilapidated kitchen area, so it had been stripped out. There was almost nothing in there except a load of wet plaster on the partitions and me. So to say there was a purely natural echo would be an understatement. So that was me in there.

“Yeah, it was a fantastic experience and there was a variety of a major bash environment during the entire detail. In simple fact, we basically built a wall of [kegs]. We truly had the overall wall of the handle space was really a pyramid of kegs of beer that we drunk in the course of the proceedings. We would be up ’till four or 5 in the early morning just like you know, after we have finished recording [and we were] listening again to what we might recorded until fundamentally the producer explained ‘right. You will need to go to bed because you’ve got acquired to appear back yet again and do this all all over again tomorrow.

“There was a genuinely wonderful vibe and and we believed ‘this feels special’ and it was.”

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