Bruce Dickinson on groups: “The biggest moment is when you realize that you can manipulate people because of who you are”

The last episode of “Seiko Shiso Espresso”podcast from iron maid‘s Bruce Dickinson and Oxford University psychologist and best-selling author Dr. Kevin DuttonIt just launched across all podcast platforms. Check it out below.

in this episode, Dickinson And the Dutton Catch up with each other from around the world. with Bruce In San Antonio, Texas, in the middle of iron maidtour around the world , Kevin He has a unique opportunity to be treated like one of the “guinea pigs” and delve into the psychology of one of the real world icons of the world of rock music. Kevin Identifies Bruce As one of the toughest people he’s ever met (and looking at some of the people he hangs out with, that says something). But where does this hardness come from? Bruce He talks about his childhood in northern England; on how discipline, flexibility, and humility are the keys to longevity in the ego-filled waters of the music industry; And how a bulb of steamed garlic always helps him “go down” after the show.

Bruce And the Kevin They rarely talk in a straight line and their great conversations have all the familiar twists and turns we come to expect now. Bruce He reveals how he once fought two skinheads outside a bar by fencing them with his canopy; Why do pilots never eat the same dinner? And how our ego looks like a balloon … It should not be pumped too much; It has to slowly back away again to prevent it from flying all over the place, and if it touches a prick, it tends to explode.

Speaking of hard rock bands in the ’80s who often engaged in debauchery with groups, Bruce Said (as written by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “We walked around with teams that were like that, and they just looked at us like we were weird. Yeah, obviously, we all had girlfriends, and sometimes you had girlfriends who were temporary girlfriends. [Laughs] But I don’t like it when there is an undercurrent of abuse. she was Townsend House [THE WHO], who knows little about abuse, I think, because he succumbed to a lot of it, and he–and I pressured him–said, ‘The big moment is when you realize you can manipulate people because of who you are.’ Because when you first start out, you have no realization that people might want to sleep with you because you’re on stage. You think they want to sleep with you because they want to sleep with you, because it might be nice and because they like you. And that’s often true – often true …and yes, there are some people who want you as a slit on the base of the bed, just as some guys do [same thing] With women, and yes, we are all guilty of that, no doubt. But there comes a point that gets incredibly spoiled and eaten, where you suddenly go, “Wait a minute. You Can In fact, kind of tap your fingers and make things happen. And this is a really scary moment, to realize that this power is there. Which is why Harvey Weinsteins and all that’s left of it, and it’s all in Hollywood…so awareness of that, when it gets really spoiled. I mean, the man.. what’s his name? R Kelly, who was convicted, I think. It’s the same for actors too…and then when you throw a bucket of mood-altering medication into the equation, then the wheels come off the bus.”

You can listen to files “Seiko Shiso Espresso” Wherever you get your podcasts, the show is also available as Vodcast at Youtube.

Dutton He explained how the idea for the podcast came about: “Not long after the meeting BruceIt became immediately clear to me that we share a number of broad interests and that we should turn that into a podcast. “Seiko Shiso Espresso” It is definitely a journey of discovery for both of us, and we are sure our listeners will learn a lot from our guests. Whether from the music industry or academia or anywhere else – you can, for example, share our concern for psychopaths, good or bad – this is definitely a podcast that we feel will be enjoyed by everyone and they should go subscribe to it right away.”

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