4 definitions by Xaque Elliott

God in the form of the Iron Maiden bass player and primary songwriter. Has created metal classics such as Aces High, Fear of the Dark, Infinite Dreams, and the Trooper, all on his own. He is the greatest bass player the metal genrè has ever seen, and the 2nd best bassist music has ever seen next to John Entwhistle.
Steve Harris is the best bassist living in the world today.
by Xaque Elliott December 30, 2005
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A killer Iron Maiden song from the year 2000. Written by Steve Harris, Bruce Dickinson, and Dave Murray, this song features stellar clean sections, melodic leads by Janick Gers, creamy leads by Dave Murray, excellent D drones by Adrian Smith, and three-way harmonization after the solos. Based on the early 30's novel Brave New World by Aldus Huxley.
Dying swans, twisted wings, beauty not needed here....
by Xaque Elliott December 30, 2005
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Guitarist of Iron Maiden from 1981-1990, 1999-current. His rhythmic picking style, heavy metal-type tone, and blazing vibratos and solos have established him as one of classic metal's gods on the guitar. He also has a skill for writing songs, which is evident in "The Evil That Men Do," "2 Minutes to Midnight," and "Wasted Years."
Adrian Smith's solo in "Stranger in a Strange Land" suits the song incredibly well.
by Xaque Elliott December 30, 2005
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A stellar Iron Maiden track from the album Killers. Written in the mid 70's by Steve Harris, this song has never left its spot on Maiden's live setlists, nor has it left its spot in headbangers' hearts. Excellent soloing by Dave Murray and Adrian Smith, wonderful bass by Steve Harris, and excellent vocals by Paul Di'Anno or Bruce Dickinson make this one of the finest metal tracks ever.
'Cos I'm a, Wrathchild, oooh I'm a, Wrathchild, yeah I'm a Wrathchild. Comin' to get you, ohhh yeah.
by Xaque Elliott December 30, 2005
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