Fear of the Dark is the ninth studio album released by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Released on 11 May 1992, it was their third studio release to top the UK albums chart and the last to feature Bruce Dickinson as the group's lead vocalist until his return in 1999. It was also the first album to be produced by bassist and band founder Steve Harris, and the last to feature the work of producer Martin Birch (who retired after its release).
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Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Iron Maiden. Originally released on May 11, 1992, this grouping assembles all variations of the "Fear of the Dark" album as well as its re-releases and subsequent remastered versions (some contain bonus tracks). From Here To Eternity. Afraid To Shoot Strangers.
Fear Is the Key. Dickinson, Gers. 5. Childhood's End. Harris. 12. Fear of the Dark. Release Date 11 May 1992. Producers Martin Birch, Steve Harris. Studio EMI, Epic (US). Recorded Barnyard Studios.
Fear of the Dark is the ninth studio album from Iron Maiden. It is the last album made by Iron Maiden with Bruce Dickinson, until he and Adrian Smith returned in 1999. According to the band's biographer, Mick Wall, the Fear of the Dark album cover depicts their mascot, Eddie, "as some sort of Nosferatu tree figure leering at the moon".
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The dark can also be more broadly interpreted as anything unknown or unfamiliar to someone that inspires in them fear and anxiety. Steve, who wrote it, is really afraid of the dark. It’s the story of a man who walks in a park at night and, as it’s getting darker, he sees all sorts of worrying things
While 1992's Fear of the Dark was definitely more of a return to form for Iron Maiden, it still wasn't quite on par with their exceptional work from the '80s. Easily an improvement over 1990's lackluster No Prayer for the Dying (both musically and sonically), the album debuted on the .