With their first album of the '90s, Iron Maiden wanted to return to basics. Comparable to their more straightforward early work, No Prayer for the Dying quickly shot up the charts all over the world, but it was clear that the songwriting wasn't up to snuff when compared to such classics as Killers or Number of the Beast.
The album also signaled the debut of new guitarist Janick Gersbest known for his stint in Ian Gillan 's solo band and on Bruce Dickinson 's solo album, Tattooed Millionaire.
Featuring a pair Uruk-Hai - Nargothrond U. The title track contains an opening too reminiscent of their single "Infinite Dreams," while other tracks such as "Fates Warning," "Run Silent Run Deep," and "Hooks in You" never catch fire. And even though the epic closer "Mother Russia," "Public Enema Number One," and "Fates Warning" are standouts, they just don't hold up well when compared to past classics.
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