Scream For Me Sarajevo: Music From The Motion Picture
Not only is this album just a great hard rock album, but it is a story. A story about how terrible war is. A story about how powerful music is. A story that can’t be forgotten.
Scream For Me Sarajevo is a soundtrack to the documentary film of Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks playing a concert in a war torn country. The band was literally smuggled into the country and performed a concert. If that alone doesn’t make you want to watch the film and play the soundtrack on repeat, then I don’t know what will.
Dickinson is known for rocking with Iron Maiden but has produced a very credible solo career as well as with a few side project bands. This particular album is Bruce with Skunkworks. They bring a familiar sound of heavy metal that Maiden fans will truly enjoy. Dickinson’s voice is as strong as ever, and the musical backings are incredible. The guitar solos are perfect, and all the live music has no missed notes whatsoever.
If you haven’t already seen the film, then watch it. After that, play this soundtrack on repeat and prepare to have a sore neck from the headbanging that the music makes you do.
SPILL ALBUM REVIEW: BRUCE DICKINSON – SCREAM FOR ME SARAJEVO: MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE