Bruce Dickinson

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SCREAM FOR ME, ALL THE TROPES!

"Sometimes you're the pigeon, sometimes you're the statue."

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Full name: Paul Bruce Dickinson. He's possibly the biggest example of The Workaholic you'll ever find. Dickinson is known as the singer of Iron Maiden, yet he's also an airline pilot, fencer, broadcaster, author, director, screenwriter, actor, marketing director, entrepreneur and songwriter. Phew... Has a voice so powerful, he's been nicknamed the "Air Raid Siren".

Not The Bruce Dickinson, so hold your cowbell jokes.


Discography:

With Samson

  • 1980 - Head On
  • 1981 - Shock Tactics

With Iron Maiden

  • 1982 - The Number Of The Beast
  • 1983 - Piece Of Mind
  • 1984 - Powerslave
  • 1986 - Somewhere In Time
  • 1988 - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
  • 1990 - No Prayer For The Dying
  • 1992 - Fear Of The Dark
  • 2000 - Brave New World
  • 2003 - Dance Of Death
  • 2006 - A Matter Of Life And Death
  • 2010 - The Final Frontier

Solo

  • 1989 - Tattooed Millionaire
  • 1994 - Balls To Picasso
  • 1996 - Skunkworks
  • 1997 - Accident Of Birth
  • 1998 - The Chemical Wedding
  • 2005 - Tyranny Of Souls

Bruce Dickinson provides examples of the following tropes:

RUN! FOR! YOUR! LI-IIIIIIIIIIII-IVES!