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IRON MAIDEN DISCOGRAPHY & Album covers and LP

 

This is the complete vinyl discography of IRON MAIDEN and lists all albums of IRON MAIDEN released on vinyl LP, click on the links of the album--name to see the complete details of each record

 

 
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Band/Performers - Album Title
Year
Country

EMI 1C K 062 2002896

Price 19.95€

IRON MAIDEN - 2 Minutes 2 Midnight

This 12" Maxi-Single "IRON MAIDEN - 2 Minutes 2 Midnight" " is the second track from British heavy metal band Iron Maiden's fifth album Powerslave.

1984 Germany

EMI 1549346

IRON MAIDEN 2 MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT 12" MAXI-SINGLE
 

IRON MAIDEN - 2 Minutes to Midnight 12" Maxi-Single

"2 Minutes to Midnight" is the second track from British heavy metal band Iron Maiden's fifth album Powerslave. It was released as the band's tenth single on August 6, 1984 and rose to number 11 in the UK Singles Chart and number 25 on Billboard Top Album Tracks. The song was written by Adrian Smith and Bruce Dickinson

1984
France
EMI 12EMI 5502
IRON MAIDEN ACES HIGH UK 12" Maxi

IRON MAIDEN - Aces High 12" Maxi UK

"Aces High" tells the story of a British RAF pilot fighting against the German Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain (1940), the first battle to be completely fought in the skies of the UK.

1984
UK
Iron Maiden best of the beast

IRON MAIDEN - Best of the Beast 4LP Collectors Box-Set

This 4-disc vinyl pressing is quite rare and has increased in value steadily over the years in music stores and on online auction sites. The standard edition's value has not changed much although the Japanese pressings continue to rise in value. "The Best Of The Beast" has long since been out of print and has been "replaced" by" Edward the Great" in most countries as a 'best of' for the band.

1996
UK
EMI 12 EMP 171
IRON MAIDEN BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO THE SLAUGHTER 12" MAXI-SINGLE + POSTER

IRON MAIDEN - Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter 12" Maxi-Single + Poster

"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" is the second single from the album "No Prayer for the Dying", Iron Maiden's first full-length album in over two years (following the 1988 release "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son"). The song was originally recorded and released by Bruce Dickinson on the soundtrack album to the movie A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child.

1990 UK
EMI 12EM 49
IRON MAIDEN Can I Play with Madness England MLP UK Black Label

IRON MAIDEN - Can I Play with Madness 12" MLP

"Can I Play with Madness" was the sixteenth single released by IRON MAIDEN. Released in 1988, "Can I Play with Madness" is the first single from the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album.

1987
England
  IRON MAIDEN - Can I Play with Madness   Germany
IRON MAIDEN - Can I Play with Madness / Black Bart Blues 7" 45RPM Single    
  IRON MAIDEN - Can I play With Madness first Ten Years 2LP Limited Edition    
EMI EMP 79
IRON MAIDEN Clairvoyant Cut To Shape Shaped Picture disc
 

IRON MAIDEN - The Clairvoyant Cut To Shape Shaped Picture Disc

"The Clairvoyant" was released in 1988 by Iron Maiden. It is the band's nineteenth single and the third from their Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album

1988
UK
592 3401 EMI
IRON MAIDEN - Dance of Death (Double 2x12" Picture Disc)

IRON MAIDEN - Dance Of Death (Double Picture Disc Limited Edition)

"Dance of Deat"h is the thirteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released first in Japan on 2 September and then on 8 September 2003

 

2003
 
   
EMI 79 9162
IRON MAIDEN Fear of the Dark 2LP

IRON MAIDEN - Fear Of The Dark

"Fear of the Dark" was released on 12 May 1992, it was, at that time, the final studio album to feature Bruce Dickinson as lead vocalist who left the band following the albums support tour to pursue a solo career
 

 

1992

EEC
   
EMI Pathe Marconi 2C 008-07.7821
IRON MAIDEN FLIGHT OF THE ICARUS 7" FRANCE

IRON MAIDEN - Flight of the Icarus 7" France

"Flight of Icarus" is a 1983 song by IRON MAIDEN. It is the band's eighth single and the first from the Piece of Mind album. It was the first single by IRON MAIDEN that was released in the United States. It was also the only IRON MAIDEN single to receive much airplay in the U.S., guaranteeing it a spot in the 1983 Rock Radio charts. "Flight of Icarus" also made it into the UK charts.

1983
France
IRON MAIDEN - Flight Of Icarus (Germany)
1983
 
IRON MAIDEN - Flight Of Icarus 12" Maxi Single
1983
 

EMI - 12 EMI P5378

Price 24.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Flight of Icarus 12" Picture Disc 1983 UK
EMI IRN 51 + IRN 52
IRON MAIDEN Flight of the Icarus & The Trooper First Ten Years 12" Maxi-Single
 
IRON MAIDEN - Flight of Icarus & The Trooper 12" Double Maxi-Single First Ten Years Edition
1990
England
EMI 12EM 240 / 12 EMP 240
IRON MAIDEN From Here To Eternity Fold-Out PosterBag 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - From Here To Eternity Fold-Out Sleeve

"From Here to Eternity" is the second single from the Iron Maiden album Fear of the Dark, released in 1992.

1992
 England
EMI 12EM 153
IRON MAIDEN HOLY SMOKE GIANT POSTER 12" MAXI SINGLE MINT

IRON MAIDEN - Holy Smoke + Huge Poster 12 Maxi Single

"Holy Smoke" is Iron Maiden's 21st single and the first to feature guitarist Janick Gers, who joined the band in mid-1990. It was released just weeks before the album, "No Prayer for the Dying", and climbed to number three on the UK Singles Chart. The song deals with the many Televangelist scandals that took place in the United States in the late 1980s, including mentions of "Jimmy the Reptile" (a reference to Jimmy Swaggart), "The TV Queen" (a possible reference to Tammy Faye Bakker), Noah, and "plenty of bad preachers for the Devil to stoke." Contrary to what some believe, however, this song is not aimed at the Christian religion itself, but rather the people that abuse it to make gains for themselves. This is one of the very few Iron Maiden songs with profanity in the lyrics (for example, "I've lived in filth/I've lived in sin/and I still smell cleaner than the shit you're in"), which is replaced by gunshot sounds in censored versions.

1990 UK
EMI 12EMPX 117A
IRON MAIDEN Infinite Dreams Autographed Disc Poster Bag Maiden England

IRON MAIDEN - Infinite Dreams (Live) Limited Edition Poster Bag

"Infinite Dreams" is a live single released in 1989 by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It is the only single to be released from a home video, 1988's Maiden England. The performance was recorded in Birmingham, England in November 1988 towards the end of the massive world tour to support the album where the song originally appeared, "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son". It is the final single to feature Adrian Smith for an entire decade.

1989
England
EMI
IRON MAIDEN Infinite Dreams Cut To Shape Shaped Picture Disc
IRON MAIDEN - Infinite Dreams Cut-To-Shape (Shaped) Picture Disc
1989
UK

EMI – 1A 062-07269, EMI – EMC 3330

Price 24.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Iron Maiden (Self-Titled) Holland

This version of the album was made in Holland and marketed in the Netherlands only.

1980 Holland

Fame - 1C 038 1575481

Price 17.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Self-Titled (Fame)

"Iron Maiden", released on 14 April 1980, is the debut album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was released by EMI in the UK, reaching number 4 in the UK charts, and a few months later in the U.S., originally on Harvest/Capitol Records and subsequently Sanctuary Records/Columbia Records. The US release also included the song "Sanctuary", only released in the UK as a single.

1985 Europe
IRON MAIDEN S/T SELF-TITLED TOSHIBA JAPAN 12" VInyl LP  IRON MAIDEN - Self-TItled (Japan)   Japan
EMI 1C 064-07 269
IRON MAIDEN S/T SELF-TITLED DEBUT Germany 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - IRON MAIDEN (Germany)

 

1980
Germany
EMI 1C 038-15 7548
IRON MAIDEN - IRON MAIDEN self-titled
1980
EEC

EMI 1A 062-07450

Price 27.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Killers Netherlands

"Killers" is the second album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 2 February 1981 in the UK, and 6 June 1981 in the US. The album was their first with guitarist Adrian Smith and their last with vocalist Paul Di'Anno, who was sacked after problems with his stage performance arose due to his alcohol and cocaine use. This was also the first Iron Maiden album made with veteran producer Martin Birch, who went on to produce their next eight albums before retiring after "Fear of the Dark" in 1992. The song "Wrathchild" is the only regularly played track from the album, appearing in almost all their concert tours.

1981 Netherlands

Harvest ST-12141

IRON MAIDEN KILLERS Canada 12" VInyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - Killers (Canada)

 

1981
Canada
EMI 1C 064-07 450
IRON MAIDEN - Killers Label-Art (Germany)
1981
Germany

EMI 1C 038-15 7593 1

IRON MAIDEN Killers Fame Germany 12" LP VINYL

IRON MAIDEN - Killers Fame

Killers is the second album by IRON MAIDEN. It was the first of their albums to feature guitarist Adrian Smith

1981
 
EMI 2C 070-07.450

IRON MAIDEN - Killers (France) .

This is the second album by IRON MAIDEN. It was the first of their albums to feature guitarist Adrian Smith, and the last to feature vocalist Paul Di'Anno, who left the band mid-tour due to problems with alcohol and cocaine. This was also the first album produced by veteran producer Martin Birch who went on to produce their next eight albums before retiring after Fear of the Dark in 1992

1981
Frrance
EMI 1C 038-15 7593
IRON MAIDEN - Killers (Germany)
1981
Germany

EMI 1C 2LP 162 24 0426 3

Price 19.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU)

"Live After Death" is a live album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 14 October 1985 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US. It was recorded during the band's World Slavery Tour. The album was instrumental in establishing the band as an extraordinary live band and is regarded as one of the best live albums ever recorded.

Collector's Info: In Europe two different versionsof "Live After Death" with the SAME catalog nr have been released. These two versions can be distinguished from each other by the position of the "Rights Society" text on the record's label. In this version of the album. The Rights Society Gema/Stemra is printed at the bottom of label (above 6 o'clock)
 

1985 Europe (Actually Germany and Netherlands)
Capitol Records SBBA-12441
IRON MAIDEN - Live After Death 2LP + Booklet
1985
USA

EMI 1C 162-24 0426
IRON MAIDEN Live After Death World Slavery Tour 1984/85 2LP Germany 12" ALBUM VINYL

IRON MAIDEN - Live After Death 2LP Booklet DE

Collector's Info: In Europe two different versionsof "Live After Death" with the SAME catalog nr have been released. These two versions can be distinguished from each other by the position of the "Rights Society" text on the record's label. In this version of the album. The Rights Society Gema/Stemra is printed on the record's label just below the catalognr (at 3 o'clock position)

 

1985
Germany
EMI 2404263
IRON MAIDEN - Live After Death
1985
France
Harvest MLP 15000

IRON MAIDEN - Maiden Japan

"Maiden Japan", also known as Heavy Metal Army, is a live EP by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The title is a pun of Deep Purple's live album "Made in Japan". There are at least two different versions of this EP; all tracks were recorded in Kosei Nenkin Hall in Nagoya on 23 May 1981. It was lead singer Paul Di'Anno's final recording with the band, and features a maximum of 5 tracks. The original Japanese pressing features only 4 tracks and the record speed is 45RPM. It was never the band's intention to release this album, but Toshiba-EMI wanted a live album.

The original cover, of which only approximately 25,000 were produced in Venezuela, depicted the band's mascot, Eddie, holding the decapitated head of singer Paul Di'Anno. The replacement cover was done on very short notice after Iron Maiden's manager, Rod Smallwood, received a proof for review, and became agitated at Di'Anno's depiction because the band was looking to replace him. For unknown reasons, the production date on the back cover is 1987, not 1981.

1981
Canada

EMI 1C K 062-07 534

Price 14.95€

album has been recently added to the catalogueIRON MAIDEN- Maiden Japan

"Maiden Japan", also known as Heavy Metal Army, is a live EP by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The title is a pun of Deep Purple's live album "Made in Japan". There are at least two different versions of this EP; all tracks were recorded in Kosei Nenkin Hall in Nagoya on 23 May 1981. It was lead singer Paul Di'Anno's final recording with the band, and features a maximum of 5 tracks. The original Japanese pressing features only 4 tracks and the record speed is 45RPM. It was never the band's intention to release this album, but Toshiba-EMI wanted a live album.

1981
Germany
EMI 7243 8 82428 6 8
IRON MAIDEN Man on the Edge 12" Picture Disc + Huge Poster

IRON MAIDEN - Man On The Edge 12" Picture Disc

"Man on the Edge" is a single from the Iron Maiden album The X Factor. It was released in 1995. The song is based on the film Falling Down, starring Michael Douglas. It was the first single the band released with Blaze Bayley on vocals.

1995
England
EMI
IRON MAIDEN A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH   2LP 2X PICTURE DISC

IRON MAIDEN - A Matter of Life of Death 2LP PICDISC

"A Matter of Life and Death" is the fourteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was released on 25 August 2006 in Italy and Finland, and 28 August worldwide, excluding the United States, Canada and Japan on 5 September 2006. It is the first album in Iron Maiden's career to enter the U.S. Billboard charts in the top 10, achieving significant chart success in many other countries as well. Whilst not being a concept album, war and religion are recurring themes throughout, as well as in the cover artwork.

2006
UK
EMI 068-7 95142
IRON MAIDEN No Prayer For The Dying 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - No Prayer For The Dying

"No Prayer for the Dying" is the eighth studio album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The record marks the band's first line-up change since 1983; guitarist Adrian Smith left the band during the pre-production phase, unhappy with the musical direction it was taking, and only having contributed to one song, "Hooks in You". Smith was replaced by Janick Gers, who had previously worked with singer Bruce Dickinson on his first solo-album, Tattooed Millionaire, and had also worked with Ian Gillan and New Wave of British Heavy Metal band, White Spirit.

1990
EEC

EMI ‎– 1C K 052-07 638 Z, EMI Electrola ‎– 1C K 052-07 638 Z

Price 24.95€

IRON MAIDEN - The Number of the Beast 12" Maxi

This is the Super Sound version of "The Number of the Beast" and "Remember Tomorrow"

1982 Europe

EMI 038 15 7693 1

IRON MAIDEN The Number Of The Beast (EEC)

"The Number of the Beast" is the third studio album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in March 1982. The album saw the debut of vocalist Bruce Dickinson, and the final appearance of drummer Clive Burr in the band. The Number of the Beast met with considerable critical and commercial success and was a landmark release for the band, becoming their first album to reach No. 1 in the UK singles chart, and be certified platinum in the US. The album also produced the singles "Run to the Hills" and "The Number of the Beast", the former of which was the band's first top-10 UK single. The album was also controversial – particularly in the US – due to the religious nature of its lyrics and its artwork.

1984 EEC
EMI 1c 064-07 608
IRON MAIDEN NUMBER OF THE BEAST Lyrics Sleeve Fame Germany

IRON MAIDEN The Number of the Beast

 

1982
Germany

EMI 2C 070-07608

IRON MAIDEN THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST FRANCE 12" / LP VINYL

IRON MAIDEN - The Number of the Beast (FRANCE)

is the third studio album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in March 1982. The album saw the debut of vocalist Bruce Dickinson, and the final appearance of drummer Clive Burr in the band

 

France

original french pressing

EMI 1C 038-15 7693
IRON MAIDEN - The Number of the Beast
1982
Germany
IRON MAIDEN - The Number Of The Beast
1982
Canada
IRON MAIDEN The Number of the Beast 7" Red Vinyl + Poster
IRON MAIDEN - Number of the Beast Red Vinyl 7" Single
2005
 

EMI 1A 064-07724

Price 17.95€

album has been recently added to the catalogueIRON MAIDEN - Piece of Mind Gatefold

"Piece of Mind" is the fourth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was originally released in 1983 on EMI, and on Capitol in the US; It was the first album to feature drummer Nicko McBrain, who had recently left the Paris-based band Trust and has been Iron Maiden's drummer ever since.

1983 Holland / EEC

EMI 2C 070-07724

IRON MAIDEN - PIECE OF MIND FRANCE GATEFOLD ALBUM COVER 12" LP VINYL

IRON MAIDEN - Piece of Mind France Gatefold Album cover

"Piece of Mind" is the fourth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was originally released in 1983 on EMI, and on Capitol in the US; It was the first album to feature drummer Nicko McBrain, who had recently left the Paris-based band Trust and has been Iron Maiden's drummer ever since.

1983

France

Rare French Pressing

IRON MAIDEN - Piece of Mind   UK
 

IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave

Album information: Powerslave is the fifth studio album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on September 2, 1984 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US. It is notable for its Egyptian theme displayed in the album art, as well in the title track's musical style. It contains a musical re-telling of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner", which uses pieces of the original poem as lyrics. Furthermore, it is the longest song Iron Maiden have ever recorded, at a length of 13 minutes and 34 seconds. The album is also notable amongst the band's albums as being the first to feature the same lineup as the previous one. "2 Minutes to Midnight" and "Aces High" were released as singles. World Slavery Tour was the tour supporting the album, which began in Poland, in August 1984.

   

EMI 1C 064-24-0200

Price 49.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave

This is the "Printed in Germany" verion of Iron Maiden's Powerslave LP album

1984 Printed in Germany for distrubution in Europe

EMI 1C 064-24-0200

IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave

Collector's will appreciate that the record's label has been printed in different colours, based in which country the album has been released. (See the thumbnails on the left column)

1984 Printed in Netherlands for distrubution in Europe

EJ 2402001

IRON MAIDEN POWERSLAVE + LYRICS SLEEVE England

 

 

IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave
1984
UK

EMI 1C 064-24 0200
IRON MAIDEN POWERSLAVE EEC NWOBHM GATEFOLD 12" LP

IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave

 

1984 EEC
IRON MAIDEN Rainmaker / Dance of Death Blue Vinyl

IRON MAIDEN - Rainmaker / Dance of Death Blue Vinyl

"Rainmaker" is the 37th single released by Iron Maiden. It is the second single from their 13th studio album Dance of Death. The song was largely written by long-time guitarist Dave Murray. The lyrics were inspired by vocalist Bruce Dickinson's comment that the intro riff made him think of raindrops. The song has no connection with the 1995 novel written by John Grisham of the same name. The guitar solo in "Rainmaker" is played by Dave Murray. The cover is a still taken from the music video directed by Howard Greenhalgh. This single also contains a double-sided poster. "More Tea Vicar" is a recording of a jam session (similar to "Pass the Jam") with Bruce Dickinson trying his hand at rappin

 
EMI EMD 1048 / 0777 7 89248 1
IRON MAIDEN A Real Dead One Bruce Dickinson 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - A Real Dead One

"A Real Dead One" a live album by the British heavy metal band IRON MAIDEN, recorded in 1992/93 at concerts across Europe, and released on October 25, 1993. This album features songs from the very beginning of the band's career (1975) through the Powerslave era (1984)
 

1993
UK

EMI 0777 7 81456 1 5

IRON MAIDEN A Real Live One Bruce Dickinson 12" Vinyl LP
 

IRON MAIDEN - A Real Live One

"A Real Live One" is a live album by the British heavy metal band IRON MAIDEN, released in March 1993. Despite this being a live album, it does not represent a single full concert. Instead, it was recorded at 9 different venues in Europe on the Fear Of The Dark World Tour.
 

1993
UK
EMI 1C 060-20 0819 6
IRON MAIDEN Running Free Live 12" Maxi-Single

IRON MAIDEN - Running Free (Live)

"Running Free" is the first single released from the album "Live After Death" Recorded Live at Long Beach Arena USA March 1985 and Hammersmith Odeon, London October 1984
 

1985
Germany

EMI KZ 052Z-07390

Price 37.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Sanctuary 12" EP

Sanctuary is a rare record is a 12" EP with 2 Studio tracks and 2 Live Tracks by IRON MAIDEN.

1980
EEC

EMI 7 90258 1

IRON MAIDEN Seventh Son of the Seventh Son (France)

Price 24.95€

IRON MAIDEN Seventh Son of the Seventh Son (France)

"Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" is the seventh studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in 1988 by EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US. It is the second Iron Maiden release to feature keyboards (played by Michael Kenney) and, along with "The Number of the Beast" and, later, "Fear of the Dark" and "The Final Frontier", debuted at no.1 in the UK charts.

1988 France
IRON MAIDEN SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON Canada 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

 

1988
Canada
IRON MAIDEN SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON Germany 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

 

1988
Germany
EMI EMDP 1006
IRON MAIDEN SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON PD PICTURE DISC
IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son PD Picture Disc 1988 England
EMI Capitol C1-90258
IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son of Seventh Son 1988 Canada

EMI 1C 062-24 0597

IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere In Time

Price 27.95€  

IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere In Time

"Somewhere in Time" is the sixth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 29 September 1986 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US (it was re-released by Sanctuary/Columbia Records in the US in 1998). The studio follow-up to the hugely successful Powerslave/Live After Death pair, it was the first Iron Maiden album to feature guitar synthesizers. Bruce Dickinson's song material was rejected in favour of the songs of guitarist Adrian Smith, who wrote the bulk of the songs identified with the album (including the singles "Wasted Years" and "Stranger in a Strange Land")

1986
EU
IRON MAIDEN SOMEWHERE IN TIME UK 12" Vinyl LP

IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere in Time

 

UK
EMI 2405971
IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere In Time
1986
France
Capitol Records SJ-12524

 
IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere in Time
1986
USA
IRON MAIDEN SOMEWHERE IN TIME Germany DMM 12" Vinyl LP IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere in Time 1986 Germany

EMI 1A K060-020 1551 6
IRON MAIDEN STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND 12" MAXI

IRON MAIDEN - Stranger in a Strange Land 12" Maxi

"Stranger in a Strange Land" is the second single by Iron Maiden from their 1986 album Somewhere in Time. The song is unrelated to Robert A. Heinlein's novel by the same name. The lyrics are about an Arctic explorer who dies and is frozen in the ice.
 

1986 EEC
IRON MAIDEN The Trooper / Another Life Blue Vinyl + Poster

IRON MAIDEN - The Trooper / Another Life 7" Single Blue vinyl + Poster

"The Trooper" is a song written by Iron Maiden bass player Steve Harris. It is Iron Maiden's ninth single, and the second from their 1983 album Piece of Mind.

 

2005
EEC
IRON MAIDEN - The Trooper 12" Maxi Singe Super Sound version
1983
 
EMI 1C 052-07 462 YZ
IRON MAIDEN TWILIGHT ZONE / WRATHCHILD   12" MINT MAXI-SINGLE RARE DOUBLE A-SIDED

IRON MAIDEN - Twilight Zone / Wrathchild

"Twilight Zone" was the fourth single by Iron Maiden. It was released on March 2, 1981.

1981
Germany
EMI 1C K 060-20 1417 6IRON MAIDEN WASTED YEARS 12" MAXI-SINGLE

IRON MAIDEN - Wasted Years 12" Maxi-Single

"Wasted Years" is the fourteenth single released by Iron Maiden and the first from their Somewhere in Time album. It's the only song on the album that features no synthesizers. Released in 1986, it was the first single solely written by guitarist Adrian Smith. It reached number 18 in the UK Singles Charts.

The cover depicts the band mascot Eddie's point of view as he flies a spaceship chasing the Doctor's TARDIS. A similar Doctor Who reference can be seen on the back of the album's sleeve, where the Doctor's TARDIS is parked on a rooftop.

 

1986 Germany
IRON MAIDEN Wildest Dreams / Pass the Jam Green Vinyl

IRON MAIDEN - Wildest Dreams / Pass the Jam Green Vinyl 7"

"Wildest Dreams" is a single from Iron Maiden's 13th studio album, "Dance of Death", released in 2003. The band began performing the song in concert before the album was released. The single also includes an improvisational jam from the "Dance of Death" sessions. The song was again played on The Final Frontier World Tour. The guitar solo in "Wildest Dreams" is played by Adrian Smith.

 

EMI 1C 062-07 418 YZ

IRON MAIDEN WOMEN IN UNIFORM SPECIAL LIVE 12" EP

Price 14.95€

IRON MAIDEN - Women In Uniform 12" EP

Iron Maiden's cover of the Skyhooks' song "Women in Uniform" was the third single by the band, and their last recorded work to feature guitarist Dennis Stratton

1980
 
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