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Category Archives: Can I Plane With Madness?

Bruce Dickinson Flying Post-Hurricane Irene Flight

Posted by on August 30, 2011

If you’ve seen Iron Maiden’s Flight 666 documentary, then you know that Bruce Dickinson is also a licensed pilot. In fact, the singer was also brought on by aircraft leasing firm Astraeus Airlines to become their marketing director last year. Well, Dickinson’s service is being called on for a greater cause: to help passengers stranded […]

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Ed Force One Takes Flight Again, Iron Maiden Announces New World Tour

Posted by on November 3, 2010

Those who have seen the fantastic Iron Maiden documentary Flight 666 know about Ed Force One, Iron Maiden’s customized Boeing 757 airliner which was used during their  2008/2009 Somewhere Back In Time World Tour. Well Ed Force One is about to take flight once again for Maiden’s The Final Frontier World Tour. The band will […]

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Did KISS Rip Off The Sword?

Posted by on August 21, 2009

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-wg30aRXQ4[/youtube] Is it just us, or does the main riff in “Modern Day Delilah,” the first single from KISS’ forthcoming album Sonic Boom, bear a little more than a passing resemblance to The Sword’s “Freya?” The new album from Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Not Ace Frehley and Not Peter Criss will be out on October […]

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The Best Video Ever Of The Week: Ace Is Back And We Told You So!

Posted by on July 2, 2009

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2tWsNqnfpk[/youtube] It’s been 20 years since former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley’s last solo album, 1989’s Trouble Walking. While the world might not have been clamoring for a new album from him, that’s what they’ll getting with Anomaly, which will be released on September 15. This beyond cheesy teaser trailer shows that he’s still got a sense […]

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Bruce Dickinson Did Not Fly Alone

Posted by on June 10, 2009

Flight 666 is a film of LIES! (Though it’s still awesome and you should try to win a copy). ContactMusic has an interesting footnote to the Flight 666 story, noting that flight officials instituted a 12-hour break on Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson between performances and piloting on last year’s “Somewhere Back In Time” tour, […]

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