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Iron Maiden is the debut studio album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
The full collection of the 2014 reissue of the 80s Iron Maiden albums, including: Iron Maiden - 1980 Killers - 1981 The Number of the Beast - 1982 Piece of Mind - 1983 Powerslave - 1984 Live After Death (live) - 1985 Somewhere in Time - 1986 Seventh Son of a Seventh Son - 1988. 80s Album Collection - FREE UK SHIPPING. Originally released in 1982 and the first album to feature the vocals of ex Samson lead singer Bruce Dickinson replacing Paul Dianno.
Iron Maiden decided to ditch the illustrations and instead gave us this version of Eddie undergoing a lobotomy. This is also the debut of their replacement vocalist: Blaze Bayley. html Unpopular Opinion - I thought this album was alright. I also like a lot of Blaze Bayley's solo records after his departure with Iron Maiden. Reverse Side of the Cover. This was deemed a "Less Graphic" version for retailers. Iron Maiden (Re-Issue). An updated, redesigned cover of their first album. Fan Concept: Sea of Madness.
The resulting instrumental fireworks are what truly make the album tick. That said, there's a much smaller percentage of catalog standards here than on the previous album. Wrathchild" is the standout, re-recorded here with Smith on guitar from an earlier version for the Metal for Muthas compilation. There's a fair bit of unity in the lyrical themes, with a parade of murderers, fugitives, and characters otherwise torn from their roots.
Iron Maiden - Transylvania Transylvania Iron Maiden. Running Free" is the third song on Iron Maiden's self-titled debut album that appeared in 1980. The song is written by bass player Steve Harris and singer Paul Di’Anno. The lineup further includes Dave Murray and Dennis Stratton on guitars and Clive Burr on drums. The song is still one of the Maiden anthems although, after Bruce Dickinson replaced Paul Di'Anno as lead singer, the band played the song in a slightly different arrangement to better suit Bruce's voice. Breaking the Law. Judas Priest.
It may feature Maiden’s only number one single, the enjoyably daft Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter, but the follow-up to the mighty Seventh Son From A Seventh Son now sounds like a misguided attempt to get back to basics. Mother Russia is pretty funny, though. 15) Virtual XI (1998).
Produced by Will Malone. Just sixteen, a pickup truck Out of money, out of luck I've got nowhere to call my own Hit the gas, and here I go. I'm running free yeah I'm running free I'm running free yeah I'm running free. Spent the night in an L. A. jail And listened to the sirens wail They ain't got a thing on me I'm running wild, I'm running free. I'm running free yeah I'm running free I'm running free yeah I'm running free
Originally published in Guitar World, December 2010. When they set off on their career in 1980, Iron Maiden promptly made a big splash with their self-titled debut album. Nineteen-eighty saw the release of more classic metal albums than perhaps any other year in music. From AC/DC’s Back in Black to Ozzy Osbourne’s Blizzard of Ozz, Judas Priest’s British Steel to Black Sabbath’s Heaven and Hell, the new decade was ushered in with landmark albums from some of the genre’s biggest names