|1-3||These Colours Don´t Run|
|1-4||Brighter Than A Thousand Suns|
|1-6||The Longest Day|
|1-7||Out Of The Shadows|
|1-8||The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg|
|1-9||For The Greater Good Of God|
|2-1||Lord Of Light|
|2-3||Fear Of The Dark|
|2-5||2 Minutes To Midnight|
|2-6||The Evil That Men Do|
|2-7||Hallowed Be Thy Name|
|Rome, Italy, Teatro Tenda, October 27, 1981|
|RD073-1/-2||Iron Maiden||A Matter Of Live And Death (2xCD, Unofficial)||Red Devil||RD073-1/-2||Europe||2007|
|none||Iron Maiden||Revenge Is Living In The Past (2xCDr, Unofficial, Dig)||Digital Metal||none||Brazil||2007|
|none||Iron Maiden||Stockholm Scream For Me! (2xLP, Ltd, Num, TP, Unofficial)||Save The Vinyl Records||none||Greece||2015|
|ZODIAC 175||Iron Maiden||The Master Of Live And Death 10th Anniversary Edition (2xCD, Ltd, Num, Unofficial)||Zodiac||ZODIAC 175||Japan||2016|
|none||Iron Maiden||Stockholm Massacre (2xCDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Iron Maiden)||none||Unknown|
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Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band formed by bassist Steve Harris in 1975. The band's first album, 1980's Iron Maiden, was written primarily by Harris, with vocalist Paul Di'Anno co-writing two tracks and guitarist Dave Murray contributing "Charlotte the Harlot".
Iron Maiden's most intricate album cover explained in detail. It’s one of their most intricately detailed album covers and layered with many in-jokes and nods to their past. Artist Derek Riggs spent weeks on the 32-inch by 15-inch painting. It wore me out quite severely, Riggs revealed in Martin Popoff’s book Run For Cover: The Art Of Derek Riggs. I was living in London at the time, and working on that for two months, and it took three months in all – I just had to stop, because I had had enough. It got into my head and I just couldn’t see anything else. I couldn’t think about anything else.
Living in the Past is a double album quasi-compilation collection by Jethro Tull, which contains album tracks, out-takes, the "Life's a Long Song" EP, and all of their non-LP singles except for "Sunshine Day"/"Aeroplane" (1968), "One for John Gee" (b-side of "A Song for Jeffrey", 1968), "17" (b-side of "Sweet Dream", 1969) and the original version of "Teacher" that appeared in the UK as the b-side of "The Witch's Promise" in 1969 (the re-recorded 1970 one that was released on the American versio.
Best album from Iron Maiden PERIOD! 1 opening song from any maiden album 10/10) 2 Dreams(so beautiful and melodic song 10/10 3 I Play With Madness(very good and catchy song 10/10 4 Evil That Men Do(awesome SONG 10/10) 5 Son Of A Seventh Son( IT'S THE BEST IRON MAIDEN SONG! 7777777/10 6 underrated song 10/10) 7 Clairvoyant(awesome bass intro and the whole song is just pure ORGASM! . Past the weird cover art this is absolutely one of the best albums out there. Incredibly, Iron Maiden have overall been more prolific, sound tighter and write better music in the 2000s than any other time in the band's long history. It's ridiculous that the x factor is this low. Steve Harris himself stated that this, along with SSOASS and Piece of mind are his favourite albums.
On September 29th, 1986, Iron Maiden released their sixth album, Somewhere in Time. Like many of their covers, the artwork was created by Derek Riggs, who snuck dozens of references to the band’s previous work and their lives in his art. Here are 32 hidden references made on the front and back covers of the album, which is now 32 years old. FRONT COVER: 1. The street is named Acacia, much like the Number of the Beast track 22 Acacia Avenue. 3. The Eye of Horus is in neon, a reference to the lyrics in the title track of Powerslave, which mentions the Egyptian symbol of protection. 4. The trashcan on the lamppost is just like the one on the Iron Maiden cover. 5. The black cat with a halo also appears on the back cover of Live After Death. 6. Websters is a reference to Charlie Webster, the art director for the band’s label, EMI. 7. The symbol on Eddie’s chest is Riggs’ artistic signature.
The Soundhouse tapes and Rare Early Tracks 1978-1981. Bootleg, 1978, Top Gear. 13. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Bruce Dickinson). 14. Living in a Fuckin Timewarp (Gogmagog Cover).
Band : Iron Maiden Country : Great Britain Release : Piece Of Mind Year : 1983 Genre : Heavy Metal File Info : MP3, 320 Kbps Download : ]. INFO : The first title of this album was "Food for Thought" but it was changed to "Piece of Mind".
Iron Maiden's musical experimentation began to walk with the return of Bruce and Adrian on 2000's Brave New World album. Finally with Dance of Death, the sound began showing the fruits of its labour, conceiving arguably the band's greatest masterpiece, Paschendale, and successfully transforming that walk to a jog/light run. Finally, in 2006, Iron Maiden takes the momentum drawn from their last couple albums & tours and upgrades their jog to a wild sprint . Another instance where he impresses is in the 9:23 epic titled For the Greater Good of God. Not to be outdone by his other metal contemporaries, Bruce also spends a chunk of the album singing in a lower range.