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  1. No Prayer for the Dying, an Album by Iron Maiden. Released in on EMI (catalog no. 4 0 2; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal.
  2. Vitamin's String Quartet Tribute to Iron Maiden draws primarily from the pioneering U.K. metal band's fertile early-'80s streak: Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind, and Powerslave. It starts strong with "Run to the Hills," "The Number of the Beast," and "Two Minutes to Midnight," all three of which feature stirring violins and crisp changes/5(9).
  3. Nov 14,  · If you are just getting into Iron Maiden and considering adding an album to your catalog, I STRONGLY recommend you get hold of a used CD from the s on the Capitol or EMI labels, rather than downloading from iTunes or buying the currently distributed "remastered" or "enhanced" CDs. Simply put, the old CDs sound better. A LOT better.
  4. Apr 24,  · Still, it's not a bad resource if you want to find out what the audiophile snobs think are the best-sounding versions, or at least whether the latest remaster sounds better or worse than the earlier version. Linking to an Iron Maiden-specific thread, but they have threads on pretty much every band or album you can think of.
  5. Includes Live After Death 2CD, Exclusive scale Eddie Figurine, & Live After Death Collector's Patch. Iron Maiden's first ever live album, originally released in and recorded during the World Slavery Tour for the massively successful Piece Of Mind album/5(14).
  6. The Best of the Beast by Iron Maiden (CD, Oct, EMI Music Distribution) out of 5 stars (36) Total Ratings 36, $ New. $ Used. Somewhere in Time by Iron Maiden (CD, Jan, Sony Music Distribution (USA)) out of 5 stars (11) Total Ratings 11, $ New.
  7. random additions. Paul DiAnno Beast Over Greece Tour Larissa Pass Backstage passes | views; Iron Maiden in Bucharest - First to the Barrier.
  8. Mar 20,  · Inspired by Roland's thread on the various CD masterings of Piece of Mind, here goes a new thread to cover all other IRON MAIDEN albums. I say we start with the S/T Iron Maiden by collecting EAC levels from various CDs: original EMI UK, Capitol UK, Japanese 1st CP32 and 2nd CP28 pressings, Japanese TOCP, EMI UK / Castle US 2CD sets, W. German .
  9. Add it all up, and Iron Maiden performs the neat trick of reconciling two genres seemingly antithetical to one another, using post-Priest heavy metal as the meeting ground. The seven-minute "Phantom of the Opera" is a landmark, the band's earliest progressive epic and still among its best; with its ambitious fusion of musical styles, its multi Brand: Sanctuary Records.

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