Originally Posted by BastardofYoung
Granted, Dickenson has a better vocal range, and took them to a new level. Just yeah, I like the rawness of Di'Anno, the punk inspired sound he brought. He may not be a contender for best vocalist of all-time or anything. But there was something about "The Soundhouse Tapes", "Iron Maiden" and "Killers" that makes me wanna go back to it more than I do "Number of the Beast" and onwards.
Will always be a Di'Anno fan before Dickenson. Though I admit the latters talent.
Well I always say, that the Iron Maiden debut album was the second best NWOBHM of 1980 and a lot of that is down to Paul Di'Anno's voice. Number of the Beast
usually gets far too much credit and I'd say the Bruce legend is really born on Piece of Mind