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Man On The Edge (part II)

Man On The Edge (part II)



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Singl při příležitosti vydání výběrového alba: The X Factor
Datum vydání: 25. 9. 1995
Produced and Mixed by Steve Harris and Nigel Green
Mastered at Chop 'Em Out By Ronal Whelan

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Sestava

Steve Harris - basykata
Blaze Bayley - zpěv
Dave Murray - kytara
Janick Gers - kytara
Nicko McBrain- bicí

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1. Man On The Edge (Bayley, Gers)
2. The Edge Of Darkness (Harris, Bayley, Gers)
3. Justice Of The Peace (Murray, Harris)
4. Blaze Bayley Interview - Part II (Bayley, Wilfort)


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Texty

Man On The Edge (Bayley, Gers)

The freeway is jammed and it's backed up for miles
The car is an oven and baking is wild
Nothing is ever the way it should be
What we deserve we just don't get you see

A briefcase, a lunch and a man on the edge
Each step gets closer to losing his head
Is someone in heaven are they looking down
'Cause nothing is fair just you look around

Falling down, falling down, falling down
Falling down, falling down, falling down

He's sick of waiting of lying like this
There's a hole in the sky for the angels to kiss
Branded a leper because you don't fit
In the land of the free you just live by your wits

Once he built missiles a nation's defence
Now he can't even give birthday presents
Across the city he leaves in his wake
A glimpse of the future a cannibal state

Falling down, falling down, falling down
Falling down, falling down, falling down

The freeway is jammed and it's backed up for miles
The car is an oven and baking is wild
Nothing is ever the way it should be
What we deserve we just don't get you see

A briefcase, a lunch and a man on the edge
Each step gets closer to losing his head
Is someone in heaven are they looking down
'Cause nothing is fair just you look around

Falling down, falling down, falling down
Falling down, falling down, falling down
Falling down, falling down, falling down
Falling down, falling down, falling down

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The Edge Of Darkness (Harris, Bayley, Gers)

I've looked into the heart of darkness where the blood-red journey ends
When you've faced the heart of darkness even your soul begins to bend
For a week I have been waiting still I am only in Saigon
The walls move in a little closer I feel the jungle call me on

Every minute I get weaker while in the jungle they grow strong
What I wanted was a mission and for my sins they gave me one
They brought it up just like room service 'cause everyone gets what they want
And when that mission was all over I'd never want another one

I know captain that you've done this work before
We've got a problem you can help us all I'm sure
The colonel's gone rogue and his methods are unsound
You'll take a PBR up river, track him down

There's a conflict in every human heart
And the temptation is to take it all to far
In this war things get so confused
But there are some things which cannot be excused

He's acting like a God – an insane lunatic
Your mission – exterminate with extreme prejudice
The route is dangerous and your progress may be slow
Here is the file and it's all you need to know

Here I am the knife in my hand
And now I understand why the genius must die

Now I stand alone in the darkness with his blood upon my hands
Where sat the warrior the poet, now lie the fragments of a man

I've looked into the heart of darkness where the blood-red journey ends
When you've faced the heart of darkness even your soul begins to bend
I've looked into the heart of darkness...

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Justice Of The Peace (Murray, Harris)

Have you heard on the news, another let off madman
Another screw on the loose, is it the judge or the bad man
What's the matter these days? No one has the courage to put them away
Nobody has any faith, 'cause there's a breakdown of justice and order

Waiting for justice, waiting for justice of the peace
Waiting for justice, waiting for justice of the peace

When I remember back the memories of yesterday
With all the friends and all the times when people were care-free
And walking down the street when everyone knew everyone
And all the houses doors were open, no one had to care those days are gone
Those days are gone, those days are gone

Waiting for justice, waiting for justice of the peace
Waiting for justice, waiting for justice of the peace

I long for the times when you could wander down the street unharmed
When people didn't have much money but didn't seem to care
It must be the cynic in me but I don't really like things now
The violence, the attitudes, aggression that you see everyday
A sick society looks the other way

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Blaze Bayley Interview (Bayley, Wilfort)

Keith Wilfort:
The album was co-produced by Steve with Nigel Green, I mean Nigel's record speaks for itself, but what's Steve like to work for as a producer? Is he sort of a whip cracker, or does he sort of just let everyone get on with it then?

Blaze:
He's good and bad, it's like a tragic/comic love affair when Steve is producing and you're doing your part, because he will encourage you and he'll go "oh that sounded good, that sounded good". But he will also, when he feels like it, or if he thinks the performance is there to <unintelligible>, he'll make you do the same thing so many times until you've forgot what it's about, you know. But in essence I'd say as a producer he's really good because he never forgets what the song is about. He never looks at things from a purely technical thing and he always makes you feel like the musician is more important than the equipment, which I think when you're in the studio its very easy for the technocrats to take over and say "oh yeah we've got this computer doing that, we can use these effects..." and forget that in essence what music is about, and especially the style of music that Maiden do, what that is about is actually reaching to people, it's speaking to people, you know, and that's why I think the band... it's a live band because that's the ultimate place for that, you know, when you're on stage or in a gig, then I think the vibe with Maiden is not "we are the band, you are the fans." I think it's more like "we're all here together to get the most out of tonight and really enjoy ourselves." So from that point of view I think that Steve doesn't forget that when he's in the studio. I really like working like that because I always imagine when I'm singing I always try to think what's it going to be like live, you know, when we're on stage what's it going to be like? And I'm really looking forward to doing 'Sign Of The Cross' and some of the other ones live.

Keith Wilfort:
The new artwork is a radical departure from what was done in the past, was that a conscious decision when the artwork was being thought of or did it sort of move that way?

Blaze:
Well it was I think a conscious decision in one way. Certainly not long after I joined the band and I was talking to Steve about what I thought about the artwork, I think we certainly thought along the same lines there, that there's no way you could really kill Eddie, I mean after all he's the undead, so you're not going to be able to kill him off. And really, I really like Eddie and I like what he stands for and the kind of... you know, the antagonistic dark side, what he represents. So you can't really lose Eddie, but as well, Eddie has to do something, he has to come from somewhere else. This is a new line-up and it's going to be hopefully a new beginning for Maiden. So I think that was in our minds, and then the guy... they'd had a couple of things sent in that Steve had looked at and wasn't particularly impressed with, and then he phoned up the guy who finished <unintelligible> the artwork, and when he said "we want you to come up with some ideas for the next Maiden album" he said "I've been waiting for this phone call for five years." So I thought well it's gonna be good if he's been into the band and waiting to do it so and it's come out really well. I think it's going to be quite controversial but I don't think in all the time I've been following Maiden I don't think they've ever shied away from controversy or confronting people.

Keith Wilfort:
Finally, touring. After spending months recording you must be looking forward to getting out on the road... like.... stageshow-wise or presentation-wise, how are you going to be different, how's it going to be different from previous shows and.... I know you like to experiment with your monitors and stuff like that, so is there anything that you've sort of like thought about that you're gonna do...?

Blaze:
Yeah, what we're doing is... we're certainly going to.... we're changing the monitor system on stage is one of the first things we'll do, so when we're playing small... we've got a monitor system that takes up less of the room on the stage and also the P.A., just as powerful I think it's a bit louder, the P.A. that we're gonna use but it's gonna be a bit smaller so in fact more people will be able to see us and we'll have a bit more room onstage. And also I think Maiden, the last couple of tours... like with No Prayer and stuff, they've stripped down the set, stripped it right down to backdrops and things like that, and I think there's certainly a feeling in the band now that we want to come out with a show and really say "Yeah we're here!" and give people something to look at and a memorable evening with Iron Maiden, certainly. So I think it's gonna be very enthusiastic performances on the tour, and we can't wait to get out there really because we take so long making the album and doing the promotion and everything that by the time we do get out it's just going to be insane. It's just going to be like one of those fairy story dragons lying asleep in the cave, waking up incredibly hungry and breathing fire. We're about to go and trash the local town and eat all the virgins. So that's what it feels like at the moment... when we get out there I'm sure it's going to be insane.

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