This is the sequel to The Number One Beast Iron Maiden tribute album, with the same singers giving us renditions of Maiden songs that didn't feature on the first volume. The advantages and inconvenients remain the same as on the first album, and I suggest you go read my review of it to get a clearer idea.
Lea Hart – Guitar
Steve Parry – Guitar
Bernie Torme – Guitar Todd Campbell – Guitar
Ian Nash – Guitar
Bill Liesegang – Guitar
Cliff Evans – Guitar Craig Simcox – Drums
Steve Parry – Bass Jem Davis – Keyboards
– Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter (Dickinson)
This is a decent cover of "Bring Your Daughter..." without Bruce Dickinson's original raspy voice. Probably what Whitesnake would have made of it.
– Murders In The Rue Morgue (Harris)
Even more aggressive than the original, this cover of "Murders In The Rue Morgue" is great. Paul's vocals are simply perfect for it.
– Aces High (Harris)
Steve Grimmett does a pretty good job on this version of "Aces High". Fast and furious as it should be.
– Remember Tomorrow (Harris, Di'Anno)
This cover of "Remember Tomorrow" contains more emotion in Paul Di'Anno's voice than the original itself. Simply great!
– The Clairvoyant (Harris)
It's with a song like this that we realise that Doogie White would have been a perfect Dickinson II for Maiden. Almost perfect vocal rendition. Good thing Steve chose Blaze and his different singing range!
– The Prisoner (Smith, Harris)
Steve Overland may be a great singer, but his style simply does not fit to Iron Maiden songs at all. Whitesnake maybe?
– Sanctuary (Harris, Di'Anno, Murray)
Once again, a Di'Anno-era Maiden song sung by Paul Di'Anno himself more aggressively than the original version. Simply brilliant.
– Powerslave (Dickinson)
Excellent rendition of one of Iron Maiden's best songs. Steve Grimmett does here once again a really good job.