Bruce Dickinson The Chemical Wedding, jack johnson discography
10cf746e54 Weak tracks like The Magician and Welcome to the Pit fell a bit flat next to more advanced and carefully crafted songs like Darkside of Aquarius and Omega. This was written by the unsubstantiated myth that Jesus once visited Britain and also a piece about the destruction of William Blakes much loved countryside during the late 18th century Industrial Revolution. ^ Stagno, Mike. I suppose that is what makes this album better than Dickinsons previous solo effort, as the songs on The Chemical Wedding manage to surpass the excellent standard Dickinson set with Accident of Birth.Another reason I favour this album is because it is a concept album along the same vein as Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, meaning that each song has meaning and a certain cohesiveness with the other songs. King in Crimson, Machine Men, Trumpets of Jericho, The Tower, The Gates Of Urizen all are great songs.