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The Chemical Wedding

Bruce Dickinson

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 15th, 1998
Catalog ID:
AIRCD1
Label:
Air Raid
Format:
CD
Reviews:
17 reviews (avg. 92%)
1. King in Crimson 04:43   Show lyrics
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2. Chemical Wedding 04:06   Show lyrics
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3. The Tower 04:45   Show lyrics
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4. Killing Floor 04:30   Show lyrics
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5. Book of Thel 08:14   Show lyrics
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6. Gates of Urizen 04:25   Show lyrics
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7. Jerusalem 06:43   Show lyrics
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8. Trumpets of Jericho 05:59   Show lyrics
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9. Machine Men 05:41   Show lyrics
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10. The Alchemist 05:59   Show lyrics
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Band members
Bruce Dickinson Vocals
Dave Ingraham Drums
Eddie Casillas Bass
Roy Z Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Adrian Smith Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Guest/Session
Greg Schultz Keyboards
Arthur Brown Narration
Craig Lichtenstein Vocals (backing) (Track 4)
Miscellaneous staff
Dave Collins Mastering
Tom Banghart Engineering (additional)
Stan Katayama Engineering, Mixing
Joe Floyd Engineering
William Hames Photography
Hugh Gilmour Art Direction, Design, Artwork
Roy Z Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Bruce Dickinson Vocals
Dave Ingraham Drums
Eddie Casillas Bass
Roy Z Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Adrian Smith Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Greg Schultz Keyboards
Arthur Brown Narration
Craig Lichtenstein Vocals (backing) (Track 4)
Dave Collins Mastering
Tom Banghart Engineering (additional)
Stan Katayama Engineering, Mixing
Joe Floyd Engineering
William Hames Photography
Hugh Gilmour Art Direction, Design, Artwork
Roy Z Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Read The Chemical Wedding 98% todesengel89 March 27th, 2012
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Read Don't try and blame me for... 97% Twisted_Psychology June 9th, 2009
Read And Did Those Feet in... 96% Acrobat May 27th, 2008
Read Bruce's Best 96% MEGANICK89 September 11th, 2007
Read The Wedding to End All... 94% thatcoltkid January 19th, 2007
Read This is more like new Iron... 65% BotD November 29th, 2006
Read THIS is Iron Maiden 94% pinpals October 11th, 2005
Read Bruce Dickinson's Opus. 92% tomm2003uk May 13th, 2004
Read Solid heavy metal with a... 85% Pyrus March 29th, 2004
Read Best Of Bruce 93% Symphony_Of_Terror March 22nd, 2004
Read Perfect Chemistry 98% sultoon February 23rd, 2004
Read One Word : Flawless 100% Demon_of_the_Fall December 26th, 2003
Read Slightly better than AoB,... 92% Shred1921 March 4th, 2003
Read Okay but not great 59% UltraBoris December 14th, 2002
Read One of the best albums by... 100% John November 6th, 2002
Read The best 90's metal can get! 100% gor September 26th, 2002

There is a hidden track (0:18) after "The Alchemist".

Japanese bonus track:
11. Return of the King (5:06)

Brazilian bonus track:
12. Real World (3:59)

Remastered and reissued by Sanctuary in 2005 with three bonus tracks:
11. Return of the King (5:06)
12. Real World (3:59)
13. Confeos (7:36)

Poetry and cover artwork by William Blake.

The lyrics to "Jerusalem" are taken from the William Blake poem "And did those feet in ancient time", which was later adapted into the hymn also called "Jerusalem" (which is musically unrelated to this song).

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Barcode: 5033826200625

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