Can I Play with Madness" is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The song is the sixteenth single released by the band. Released in 1988, it was the first single from their seventh studio album, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988), and hit number 3 in the UK charts. The song is about a young man who wants to learn the future from an old prophet with a crystal ball. The young man thinks he is going mad and seeks the old prophet to help him cope with his visions/nightmares.
Can I Play With Madness (оригинал Iron Maiden). Стоит ли шутить с безумием (перевод Владимир Украинцев из Новосибирска). Can I play with madness - the prophet stared at his crystal ball. Стоит ли шутить с безумием - пророк уставился в свой хрустальный шар. Can I play with madness - there's no vision there at all. Стоит ли шутить с безумием - там вообще нет никакого видения. Can I play with madness - the prophet looked, and he laughed at me. Стоит ли шутить с безумием - пророк посмотрел и посмеялся надо мной. Can I play with madness - he said "You're blind, too blind to see". Стоит ли шутить с безумием - он сказал "Ты слеп, слишком слеп, чтобы видеть"
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Can I Play with Madness is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by IRON MAIDEN (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1988 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Cifra: Principal (violão e guitarra). A5 And he laughed at me B5 G5 Can I play with madness? D5 A5 He said you're blind. D5 A5 D5 A5 Too blind to see.
Iron Maiden-Can I Play With Madness 2 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Album: Live at Donington 1992.
Can I Play With Madness? is a great, memorable Maiden tune, but the real reasons to acquire this EP come in the form of the "Black Bart Blues", which is like this near 7 minute jam section which is actually comprised of great riffing. There are vocals too, but they're actually sort of silly and self-referential towards the song. There is also a Nicko McBrain 'answering machine' in the song, and a bunch of his tomfoolery near the end. In other words, for the first 3-4 minutes, you get a decent Iron Maiden jam loaded with NWOBHM goodness. The other B-side is a cover of Thin Lizzy's "Massacre" from the Johnny the Fox album, and like a lot of their covers, is a good choice, and kicks a bit of ass, in particular the spiky little melodies panning out to the side of the mix. The Evil That Men Do is likewise a treat, and the title track is another of Seventh Son of a Seventh Son's strongest.
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