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Get Up & Get Out Import

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Audio CD, Import, January 31, 2012
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  • Audio CD (January 31, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ais
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #487,245 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Before making heavy metal history with Iron Maiden in the 80s, Adrian Smith headed his own band, Urchin, in the late 70s. This band never got far enough to record a proper studio album, so has been a mystery to most of us Maiden fans for decades - but in the past decade or so, High Roller Records has put out 3 releases with 21 different Urchin songs (with some overlap between recordings) - the first release (simply entitled "Urchin", and only on vinyl) got the best recorded of the bunch - the two singles and their b-sides. The other two releases - this one and "High Roller" - are made up of various demo-quality recordings, with two songs appearing on both (in different versions). Since "High Roller" is only 40 minutes, and "Get Up & Get Out" is only 35, they both would've fit on one disc, but this way it's almost like getting two albums the length they would've been released when recorded.
The music isn't heavy metal like Iron Maiden - it's more of a mainstream 70s guitar rock, it kind of reminds me of Wishbone Ash, maybe a bit of Aerosmith at times. There's some nice guitar in it, and some good twin-guitar bits every now and then. Adrian does the singing - again, not a metal or hard-rock powerhouse singer. The vocals (maybe because of the live-demo recording quality) aren't very strong, but I kind of like them. The overall sound is kind of like a bootleg recording, not great but the music's still enjoyable. Adrian kind of revisited Urchin in the late 80s, calling the band ASAP and releasing a mainstream rock album called "Silver & Gold" - these Urchin recordings are definitely in that vein, although with more of a late 70s sound and less polished production.
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