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Bruce Dickinson-1.Gods Of War(Argentina 1995) - V1




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Published on Aug 11, 2008

Bruce Dickinson - Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mar. 11, 1995, during the ''Balls to Picasso Tour'' 1994-1995. This is my first version of Argentina concert. You can find my second version in my Bruce Dickinson playlist.

Gods Of War (B. Dickinson/ Roy Z)

Bruce Dickinson : Vocals
Chris Dale: Bass Guitar
Alex Dickson : Guitar
Alessandro Elena : Drums


When I was younger I thought
That to kill or be killed
Was a thing to be proud of
Victim of change
Prisoner of hope,
Hanged by the neck
On the end of a rope
I don't know... I don't care...

Oh... one of the damned
Oh, part of then plan
Cry oh oh oh the gods of war
They howl and cry for more
Cry oh oh oh the gods of war
They howl and cry for more

Now taking both sides at a time
On the front line
You can join in the fear
Share in the bloodshed
Investing your money in guns
The infinite fun
Of the warlord you saved
From the rusty grave

Oh, one of the damned
Oh, part of plan

''Gods Of War'' is a song from Bruce Dickinson's second solo album, Balls to Picasso.

''Balls to Picasso'' is a Hard rock album released in 1994 and is the second effort in Bruce Dickinson's solo career. The ballad "Tears of the Dragon" stayed for many months on top the of charts in countries like Brazil where Dickinson has a large fanbase.
This record marked the beginning of Dickinson's collaborations with Roy Z, who would work on many of Dickinson's later albums including Accident of Birth, The Chemical Wedding and Tyranny of Souls. Stylistically it departs from Tattooed Millionaire but is still more traditional-sounding than the follow-up album Skunkworks released in 1996. Later, Dickinson said that he and Roy Z were talked into making the album less heavy than it should have been.

Dickinson started working on his second solo album while still in Iron Maiden. For the very first recording sessions he recruited the british band Skin. Not satisfied with the style of the effort, Dickinson aborted the recording. His next attempt at a second solo album was a collaboration with producer Keith Olsen. Dickinson decided to scrap this project as well and teamed up with guitarist Roy Z and his band Tribe Of Gypsies to write and record Balls To Picasso. Songs from the previous recording sessions later resurfaced as b-sides on singles from Balls To Picasso and subsequently also as bonus tracks on the album's 2005 extended edition. (Source: Wikipedia)


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