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Q. 'Wotcha gonna do...on Monday?' A. Listen to Wayne discuss this song of course. We get football nostalgia, top tips on how to avoid hooligans, as well as chat about the Iron Maiden song. There's a 'previously unreleased' recording to enjoy and we find out what Trevor's been up to. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It's a surprisingly short song and Wayne looks at the character of Judas and recalls several memories from previous episodes. Trevor has an observation about the title and there are thoughts and comments about the forthcoming 100th episode. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne questions the lyrics and, despite the familiar Maiden themes, imagines them in different styles. Trevor reveals a time when he was in hiding but struggles with the poem. There's also talk about Abba, holograms and The Littlest Hobo. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Strangely, despite the song title, Wayne seems to spend less time talking about his childhood than usual. Trevor has some memories though, and considers some alternative creative options after the T-Rev Incident. Janick creates some choreography while at the dentist. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Fear and self-loathing in Stechford. There's plenty of sex, drugs, and rock n roll references in this episode along with random things like Wookies and 1970s Public Information films. Wayne also looks at some Tweets and is this the end for T-Rev? Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne isn't impressed with this song but manages to find some fun in it after reading a comment on YouTube. There's a closer look at gang vocals, guitar noises and chart performance. Trevor reflects on a fictional festival and Janick reflects on the merits of IKEA. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
The year is now 1992 and there is much change. Have Iron Maiden changed for their 9th album? Wayne looks at the lead single as well as some listener concerns. Janick attempts some comedy and there's a French message, but not from Trevor. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne reflects on the album and how it compares with the previous releases. There's the usual Top 3 rankings, random references to toys, sweets and puddings from the era, and Janick has an encounter in the woods. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It's the first UK Number One single for the band and Wayne looks at the chart landscape of late 1990. We also learn which of the three versions of the single Wayne bought at the time. There's yet more on the French trip and find out about Bruce Dickinson's favourite fruit. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Estate agents, chewing gum and a white swan are all subjects that randomly come up this week as we get nearer to the end of the album. There's more French trip info, thoughts about the recent storms from Trevor, and Janick doesn't swear. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne looks at a song about submarines, merchantmen and Davy Jones' locker and seems more impressed about it compared to some recent songs. Trevor looks to improve his poetry after some negative feedback and revisits the topic of cereals. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Better watch out...there's telephone talk, plenty of 90s nostalgia and Wayne has an idea how to improve part of the song. Trevor talks about the challenges of speaking to girls and recalls a theatre audition from their past. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne seems more concerned with listener comments and feedback than the actual song this week. Steve Harris gives thoughts on the state of the pop charts in his diary and Trevor is feeling reflective at this time of year. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
We've had arguably the worst opener and worst title track to date on this album...is this the worst song title? Wayne reminisces about another 'luke warm' song. Trevor avoids the temptation to use wordplay in his poem and talks politics (much to Wayne's annoyance) Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It's time for the title track on the album and Wayne looks at how it compares to other Maiden title tracks. There are plenty of 90s memories from school dinners to TV adverts and Wayne tries out a new way to emulate Bruce's raspier vocals. Trevor is Trevor. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)
 
Wayne looks at the first single from the 90s focusing on the chart performance, artwork and lyrics. Trevor looks back at the past in other ways... There's another 'Getting Jiggy With It' as well as some other familiar favourites. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
The podcast is back for the 1990s era with all the important questions. How will Iron Maiden cope with a new decade and a new guitarist? How will Wayne cope at a new school? Will the standard of Trevor's poetry improve? There's also the matter of 'Tailgunner' to discuss. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
An escaped criminal, a mysterious new shop and a wonderful festival all occupy the thoughts of Officer Riggs and the children in a new instalment. Can the artwork of the village bobby be a link to the strange incidents in the village? Warning - contains references to crab paste sandwiches Support the show…
 
Five chums enjoy their childhood freedom of going on fun-filled days out before boys in the village start to disappear. Is Old Mrs Stratton behind it all? Join Adrian (and his magical fishing rod) as he goes beyond the real world to a land of ice and snow and gingerbread cottages. Can he solve the mystery before Officer Riggs? *Deluxe edition - inc…
 
Wayne and Trevor reunite after a few months for a catch up before moving on with the 1990s era. Find out what they've been up to, some thoughts on Senjutsu and a summary of the 1980s. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne looks at the album as a whole and how it compares with previous albums. Trevor seems to be handling change well and reveals some male grooming tips. Steve Harris reflects on 1988 in his diary, Adrian has a new chapter and Dennis is Dennis. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It's the end of an era, The last song from the 1980s and Wayne seems unsure if the podcast will die young but Trevor wants his poetry to live forever. Dennis Stratton talks about biscuits and muppets. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Dreams, predictions and probability...Wayne reflects on an underrated song and reacts to several online comments about it. Trevor adds a confused take on things and Adrian returns with a new chapter. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It's the title track and the second longest song to date! Wayne talks about special powers and the atmosphere of the song. Trevor has a new idea for a feature on the show and we revisit the themes of Skeletor and the school sports day. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Another UK Top 10 single to mull over and Wayne has more issues with the photos on the back of the sleeve. There's reference to a famous TV appearance in Steve Harris' Diary and Trevor tries a new form of poetry. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
This successful single gave Wayne great pleasure when at school but how does he feel now? The song formerly known as 'On The Wings Of Eagles' has links to Monty Python and Mr Men books and we hear a fair bit of singing on the episode from different people. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne looks at the odd structure and rhymes and wonders why this was chosen as a live single. Trevor doesn't appear to have a Eurovision hangover and offers more perspective and surreal poetry. More importantly, we also find out whether Janick climbs the beanstalk or has a lunch of crab paste sandwiches... Support the show…
 
It's the first song on the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album and Wayne tries to recreate the iconic intro to the song in different ways. Trevor wonders if this is the best opener from the 1980s albums and there are the usual random-but-somehow-relevant memories from their past to add colour to the commentary. Support the show…
 
The usual end-of-series shenanigans with Wayne's summary and Top 3 songs on the album. Adrian continues his book reading and after his absence will we find out what Trevor thinks of Sea of Madness? Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
What links Steve Harris and Alexander the Great? Wayne has some answers and looks at the similarities in their lives. The episode also features Maths, Biology, and Geography as well as History but it's not like a trip back to school. There's an update from Adrian's children's book and Trevor has some additional wisdom and insight. Support the show…
 
Find out why this song was only played live once and how it reminds Wayne of some other songs. Wayne also talks about his own running experience and a loved-up Trevor reveals his favourite school sports day event. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Can Heaven wait? Wayne asks the usual important life and music questions and provides analysis on intros, synth sounds and backing vocals. There's a welcome return for Adrian's book reading and Trevor is back! Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
It may not be a surprise to hear that Wayne has issues... but there are a few different ones to deal with in this episode. There are eagles and doves in the lyrics but no nuthatches this week. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne gets philosophical over the first single from the 'Somewhere in Time' album and has a picnic with Time Travelling Paul Di'anno. He also looks at the lyrics, chart position, artwork and tries some whistling. Trevor seems to be testing his patience... Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
New series and a new album about 'time' so naturally Time Traveling Paul Di'anno is back with us. Wayne tries to explain guitar synths and Trevor has some new ideas but also brings up some familiar themes. Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Bumper end of series episode sees Wayne reflect on the songs, artwork and album as a whole. There's a special cassette from the archives provided by Time Travelling Paul Di'anno, and there's the usual Top 3 songs and additional insight from Trevor. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Wayne looks at vocal range, speculates on Steve Harris' duelling experience, and identifies some parts that seem similar to previous songs. Trevor and Uncle Steve have a poetry duel but who will emerge victorious? Support the showWayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
Swords, dragons and guitar lessons from Adrian Smith... this is an episode that should be 'forgot by no one'. Trevor talks romance and there's the usual mix of oddly relevant 80s things, like a certain cartoon series that featured this song. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/wimp)Wayne's Iron Maiden podcast
 
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