Speed - Man In The Street.mp3 (Size: 3.64 MB) (Files: 4)
Speed - Man In The Street.mp3
Speed - On The Road.mp3
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TWO SONGS LIKE A HARD OR GLAM ROCK 1977-78
1. Speed - Man In The Street bitrate-64kbps
2. Speed - On The Road bitrate-56kbps
This is no joke....this is a BRUCE DICKINSON FROM IRON MAIDEN FIRST RECORDS....taken from....uff i don't known,my collections IRON MAIDEN is VERY BIG.Try this great stuff.UP THE IRON'S!
In college, Dickinson got involved in the Entertainments Committee. "One day you'd be a roadie for The Jam, the next you'd be putting up the Stonehenge backdrop for Hawkwind or whatever." In 1977, Dickinson met a guy called Paul "Noddy" White. He was a multi-instrumentalist and he had a PA and other equipment. Dickinson suggested that, along with drummer Steve Jones, they form a band together. This would eventually evolve into the band "Speed", described by Dickinson as sounding like a 'crossover between Judas Priest and The Stranglers with a Hammond organ on top of it.' Dickinson recalled: "It had nothing to do with taking speed, we were a completely drug-free band, we just used to play everything ridiculously fast. Like Speed Metal, but ten years too early." Dickinson was the vocalist and occasionally played guitar. "I got Noddy to give me guitar lessons and I ... started writing stuff straight away. He showed me three chords and I'd write stuff just from those three chords.
Speed didn't last long, but it encouraged Dickinson to continue to work to be a musician