Iron Maiden is the debut studio album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
Live at Donington is a live album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, documenting their second headlining appearance at the Monsters of Rock festival at Donington Park, a motorsport circuit located near Castle Donington. The concert took place on 22 August 1992 during the Fear of the Dark Tour in front of a crowd of almost 80,000.
Run To The Hills (Live)02/12/1985. Wasted Years06/09/1986. Stranger In A Strange Land22/11/1986. Can I Play With Madness20/03/1988. The Evil That Men Do01/08/1988. Infinite Dreams (Live)06/11/1989. Holy Smoke10/09/1990. To The Slaughter24/12/1990. Be Quick Or Be Dead13/04/1992. From Here To Eternity29/06/1992. Wasting Love01/09/1992. Fear Of The Dark (Live)01/03/1993. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Live)04/10/1993. Man On The Edge25/09/1995.
Founded in Leyton in London's East End in 1975, Iron Maiden released their first album in 1980 as a five-piece with Paul Di'Anno on vocals.
Peru clear vinyl double lp. Catalogue number e. 2. Complete with original insert. Firstly, let me state that if you are looking for a mint copy of this lp then please do not bid. Like all extremely rare South American items this one suffers from heavy scratches. That said, you need to ask when are you likely to see another one? This come complete with the original insert. The sleeve has some ringwear but has no rips or tears. There is a sticker on the front of the sleeve which states DISCO CENTRO HECTOR ROCCA.
Title: Live After Death (enhanced) (eng). Attributes: Enhanced. Format: CD. Run to the Hills. Vinyl: VG+ or better. Cover: VG+ or better. Sleeve/Inners: original. Iron maiden: number of the beast CD deluxe brand new patch figurine. Original Iron Maiden Somewhere In Time Album. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. One of the best to do it! Og album, in awesome! Shape, cheers! Iron Maiden - No Prayer For The Dying (enhanced) (eng) Enhanced.
Is there any band with a more iconic visual legacy in heavy metal than Iron Maiden? The quick answer is "no" and after careful thought and consideration, the answer is still a resounding, door-slamming "no!" Still riding one of the most brilliant campaigns in music history, the Brits have carved a legacy all their own, forgoing commercial radio play, which was clearly not needed when you've got a mascot like Eddie representing your band.
Live After Death might just be Iron Maiden's definitive live album. I would even go as far as to say that it is possibly the greatest live album of all time. Also, this rendition of their title song might just be the band's all-time greatest track. The classics when they were still fresh, maybe my all-time favourite album. Maiden England' is a great companion too, covering the next two albums and a few older cuts not found on here, with surprisingly little overlap. After that, the live albums start to get repetitive. I would highly recommend this to any Maiden fans out there! This is by far one of the greatest live albums ever, not just Maiden (my second is live in Rio).
|A1||2 Minutes To Midnight|
|A2||Fear Of The Dark|
|B1||The Number Of The Beast|
- Record Company – Megaton Records – none
NotesRecorded live in Lima, Peru, Estadio Nacional, on 26.03.2009
Numbered by hand to 10 copies
Comes with an Obi and a high gloss insert.
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- Matrix / Runout: OOP A
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