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A Real Dead One
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A Real Dead One is a live album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, recorded in 1992/93 at concerts across Europe, and released on 25 October 1993. This album features songs from the very beginning of the band's career (1975) through the Powerslave era (1984) (hence the title, referring to the songs being old), while counterpart A Real Live One only contains songs from the post-Powerslave albums.

Iron Maiden - Hallowed Be Thy Name ( A Real Dead One) 7:53. Iron Maiden - Where Eagles Dare ( A Real Dead One) 4:50. Iron Maiden - Prowler ( A Real Dead One) 4:17. Iron Maiden - 2 Minutes To Midnight ( A Real Dead One) 5:38. Iron Maiden - Remember Tomorrow ( A Real Dead One) 5:54. Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast ( A Real Dead One) 4:56. Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden ( A Real Dead One) 5:25.

Release Date 22 September 1998. Studio EMI. Recorded Various concerts throughout the Fear of the Dark Tour and Real Live Tour.

A Real Dead One served as Dickinson’s Iron Maiden swan song, for the time being. And the band faced the daunting task of replacing him. The album is also notable for being the last time an illustration by artist Derek Riggs was used as an album cover. Well, he did play a minor role in the creation of the artwork for 2000’s comeback album Brave New World, but the 1993 live records was the last time proper Derek Riggs paintings were employed for album front covers.

A Real Dead One. Iron Maiden. Release date: October 18th, 1993. Catalog ID: 0777 7 89248 2 1. Label: EMI. Released: 18 October 1993. Label: EMI (0777–7–89248–2–1). a b "Maiden announce release date, artwork and tracklisting for new album The Final Frontier". Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 9 February 2012.

A Real Dead One is a music live recording by IRON MAIDEN (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1993 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. But I still think it is an album to be avoided. Iron Maiden: A real 'Pimp'(?)