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07.01.2009 17:28
Iron Maiden FAQ (leider nicht ganz aktuell) Zitat · Antworten
ist leider nicht mehr ganz aktuell und in Englisch, aber vielleicht ist für den einen oder anderen doch was zum lesen oder informieren dabei, ich hab diesen Iron Maiden Faq irgendwann mal im Net gefunden und runtergeladen, wo weiß ich nicht mehr, irgendwer hat das ganze mal zusammengetragen.

Intro and General Background

IRON MAIDEN have been around in one form or another really since about 1975
or so, and was one of the most definitive forces in the New Wave Of British
Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) to come out into the world during the late 1970's and
early 1980's. With 12 true studio albums, 4 live full-length albums,
2 E.P.'s, 9 videos, countless singles, special releases, re-releases and
other goodies, one need not wonder why.

With more than 20 years of history behind the band (which includes about 24
different 'official' lineup changes), you wonder how they did it? Powerful
music, with powerful lyrics. Always a heavy beat, and best played loud,
loud, LOUD! Though the band's popularity has probably already hit its
maximum peak several years back (let's at least admit that), there are many
thousands of us die-hard fans out there who have professed and pledged

What follows in this FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) List is a huge mass of
IRON MAIDEN-related information, developed pretty much for the use of people
on alt.rock-n-roll.metal.ironmaiden. (And just for your information,
according to the Usenet readership report in January 1994, this group has an
estimated worldwide readership of 30,000 people, and averages about 350+
messages/month, as of recently!) It answers many questions, but also
provides a wealth of information about IRON MAIDEN's past and present.


FAQ Contents
1. Past and present IRON MAIDEN lineups.
2. Why all the lineup changes?
3. The IRON MAIDEN family tree.
4. The band and their birthdays.
5. IRON MAIDEN influences.
6. IRON MAIDEN Fan Club info.
7. What happened to Blaze Bayley?
8. What is the backwards message before STILL LIFE?
9. Where does the mascot's name, EDDIE, come from?
10. Who is Osiris/The Powerslave connection?
11. Who is Icarus?
12. Where are SANCTUARY and TWILIGHT ZONE in the UK/European albums?
13. Why is the CD version of LIVE AFTER DEATH missing tracks?
14. IRON MAIDEN songs, where to find them, and song tidbits.
15. Song credits and other information.
16. Cover Songs found on various singles/live recordings
17. Song chart positions.
18. IRON MAIDEN songs NOT played in concert.
19. Song and name origins.
20. Location of Derek Riggs' insignia.
21. SOMEWHERE IN TIME cover references.
22. Quotations.
23. Real life IRON MAIDEN references.
24. Interesting band stories.
25. Familiar names with the IRON MAIDEN crew.
26. Other IRON MAIDEN tidbits.
27. IRON MAIDEN discography.
28. Bands who have opened for IRON MAIDEN.
29. Significant dates in IRON MAIDEN history.
30. The concert in Buffalo & the lawsuit.
31. Bruce's "Final" Concert - Raising Hell, 08/28/93 - Promo Ad.
32. IRON MAIDEN equipment info.
33. Getting IRON MAIDEN from music clubs.
34. IRON MAIDEN music transcriptions.
35. Books related to IRON MAIDEN.
36. Quick bootleg info.
37. IRON MAIDEN on the Internet.
38. Credits/Acknowledgements.
39. Bands which have covered IRON MAIDEN.
40. What is IRON MAIDEN called in your country/language?

-->> 1 <<-- Past and present IRON MAIDEN lineups

GYPSY'S KISS - Nov '73 SMILER - Oct '74
====================== ================
Paul Sears - Drums Steve Harris - Bass
Bob Verschoyle - Vocals Dennis (Den) Wilcock - Vocals
Dave Smith - Guitar Doug Sampson - Drums
Steve Harris - Bass Tony Clee - Guitar
(Tim Wotsit - Guitar) Mick Clee - Guitar

===================== =====================
Dave Sullivan - Lead/Rhythm guitar Steve Harris - Bass
Ron 'Rebel' Matthews - Drums Dennis Wilcock - Vocals
Paul Day - Vocals Ron 'Rebel' Matthews - Drums
Terry Rance - Lead/Rhythm guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Steve Harris - Bass Bob Sawyer (Bob Angelo) - Guitar

IRON MAIDEN - End of '76 IRON MAIDEN - Spring '77 (1 gig!)
======================== =================================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dennis Wilcock - Vocals Dennis Wilcock - Vocals
Ron (Rebel) Matthews - Drums Barry Graham (aka Thunderstick) - Drums
Dave Murray - Guitar Terry Wapram - Guitar
Tony Moore - Keyboards

===================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Barry Graham (Thunderstick) - Drums Dave Murray - Guitar
Dennis Wilcock - Vocals
Dave Murray - Guitar

===================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Doug Sampson - Drums Doug Sampson - Drums
Paul Di'Anno - Vocals

IRON MAIDEN - Early '79 IRON MAIDEN - Oct '79 (the 2 day lineup)
======================= ========================================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Paul Cairns - Guitar Paul Todd - Guitar
Doug Sampson - Drums Doug Sampson - Drums
Paul Di'Anno - Vocals Paul Di'Anno - Vocals

IRON MAIDEN - End '79/Early '80 IRON MAIDEN - Jan '80
=============================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Tony Parsons - Guitar Dennis Stratton - Guitar
Doug Sampson - Drums Clive Burr - Drums
Paul Di'Anno - Vocals Paul Di'Anno - Vocals

===================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Adrian Smith - Guitar Adrian Smith - Guitar
Clive Burr - Drums Clive Burr - Drums
Paul Di'Anno - Vocals Bruce Dickinson - Vocals

===================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Adrian Smith - Guitar Janick Gers - Guitar
Nicko McBrain - Drums Nicko McBrain - Drums
Bruce Dickinson - Vocals Bruce Dickinson - Vocals

===================== =====================
Steve Harris - Bass Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar Dave Murray - Guitar
Janick Gers - Guitar Janick Gers - Guitar
Nicko McBrain - Drums Nicko McBrain - Drums
Blaze Bayley - Vocals

Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar
Janick Gers - Guitar
Adrian Smith - Guitar
Nicko McBrain - Drums
Bruce Dickinson - Vocals

-->> 2 <<-- Why all the lineup changes?

* Steve Harris left GYPSY'S KISS for SMILER...who knows.
* Steve Harris left SMILER to form IRON MAIDEN - SMILER was stifling Steve
with its "tunnel vision" - no room to experiment...kinda "rockabilly"
versions of rock songs. He left in end '75.
* Terry Rance and Dave Sullivan were good at rhythm, but lacked in the 'lead'
department. Murray came in, they kinda got the picture and said "either
him or us..." They were dropped in late '76. :)
* Paul Day's voice was good, but lacked energy on stage. So he was out in
mid '76. He played with More and Wildfire after leaving.
* Bob Sawyer had been dropped earlier along the way (end of '76), because he
was always trying to upstage Dave Murray, instead of complementing his style.
He played with Praying Mantis afterwards.
* Dave Murray lasted about 6 months (until early '77), before he and Den
Wilcock had a big argument at a Bridge House gig, Wilcock clocked him one,
and Dave Murray went off to join pal Adrian Smith's URCHIN.
* Ron Matthews had decided to 'rebel' no longer :), and took off in early
'77. After his stint in Maiden he played with John McCoy and Bernie Torme.
* Tony Moore was axed 'cos keyboards obviously didn't fit in with Maiden's
style (after 1 gig), in mid '77.
* Terry Wapram insisted he could only work with an organist/keyboardist, so
that was the end of him too, in mid '77.
* Den Wilcock decided he'd "had enough," right before a gig at the Green
Man Plumstead, England. Mid '77.
* Thunderstick quickly followed suit, with the band temporarily on ice.
* Paul Cairns lasted under 3 months. Left in mid '79.
* Paul Todd lasted less than a week (2 days), 'cos his girlfriend didn't want
him to go on tour on the road. (What a wuss). Left in Oct '79.
* Tony Parsons lasted about 10 weeks. Left at end '79, 'cos he just wasn't
happy on stage...and wasn't a tremendous success on stage or anything.
* Doug Sampson quit due to ill health upon touring. Jan '80.
* Dennis Stratton left the band to form Lionheart around Oct '80, at which
time rifts between he and the rest of the band were developing. He had a
passion for 'classic rock' bands like the Eagles, was a good bit older
than the rest of the band, and problems with "the general attitude to
various aspects of the band" as well. The split wasn't particularly
amicable at first (some name calling at first...Steve was said to have
rather sacked a band member than tolerate dissent...), but after a few
months things worked out okay.
* Paul Di'Anno left the band in September 1981. According to sources, his
biggest problem was that he just didn't respect his most valuable asset:
his voice. He smoked, he drank too much, and generally lived the rock 'n'
roll lifestyle to the fullest. And naturally his singing suffered. He
went on to several other projects, such as LONE WOLF, DI'ANNO, BATTLEZONE,
* Clive Burr left the band in December 1982, despite getting voted 3rd best
drummer in the world in a KERRANG poll (who was 1st and 2nd, I wonder?!).
Clive said he was leaving "for personal reasons" and that he intended to
quit the music business for good (although he has been around ever since
here and there - see the section in the FAQ on the MAIDEN "family tree").
He was also tired of the very hectic touring schedule. It was an amicable
split and Clive got a special thanks and "good luck mate" on the PIECE OF
MIND album sleeve credits.
* Adrian Smith left the band in January 1990 to pursue other things. He also
was becoming more uncomfortable with his performance in Maiden, especially
when songs couldn't be played perfectly, or if the show went off with
little hitches here and there. You gotta figure that he also wanted a
change of scenery, after a little more than 9 years in the band. His next
musical project was A.S.A.P. (Adrian Smith and Project), and was quite a
bit different than his typical Maiden stuff. It was a pretty amicable
split from what I understand. He also made a guest appearance during
the closing song, Running Free, when Maiden headlined the Monsters of
Rock in August 1992. This has been recorded on the Donington video and
the double CD/triple LP Donington Bootleg.
* Bruce Dickinson left Maiden in September 1993, to pursue his solo career
and other projects, spend more time with his family, and to do other
things, like maybe another book, more fencing, and to take a break in
* Blaze Bayley left the band in February 1999, after a lengthy period of
rumours on the band's decision to reunite with former vocalist Bruce
Dickinson. Not only did Bruce return, but he also took Adrian Smith
(former IRON MAIDEN guitarist) with him.

-->> 3 <<-- The IRON MAIDEN Family Tree

Dennis Wilcock - original lead vocalist (Nov 1976 - Mid 1977). Left IRON
MAIDEN permanently to form V1 with Terry Wapram (also former guitarist
with IRON MAIDEN, Spring 1977). Also sang for WARLOCK in early 1976.

Dave Murray - more or less a co-founder of IRON MAIDEN with Steve Harris (Mid
1976 - Nov 1976, Spring 1977 - present). Guitarist. Was in a couple of
other bands previously: EVIL WAYS (1972 - 1974), a school group along
with childhood friend Adrian Smith), URCHIN (early 1977, along with Adrian
Smith). Also contributed to the HEAR'N AID project in 1986. Reportedly
contributed to PSYCHO MOTEL's (Adrian Smith) second album, WELCOME TO THE

Steve Harris - founder of IRON MAIDEN (Dec 1975 - present). Bass guitarist
and back-up vocals. Was in bands INFLUENCE (which turned into GYPSY'S
KISS) (1972 - 1973) and SMILER (1974-1975) previously. Several GYPSY'S
KISS songs later became IRON MAIDEN songs, like "Burning Ambition" and

Doug Sampson - 3rd drummer for IRON MAIDEN (Mid 1977 - Early 1980). Also
original drummer for SMILER (1974 - 1975). Only recordings on "The
Soundhouse Tapes" EP, "Burning Ambition".

Paul Di'anno - first recorded lead vocalist with IRON MAIDEN (Mid 1977 - Sep
1981). Recorded with IRON MAIDEN "The Soundhouse Tapes" EP, "Sanctuary"
and "Wrathchild" on METAL FOR MUTHAS compilation, IRON MAIDEN album,
KILLERS album, LIVE PLUS ONE live album, "Maiden Japan" (aka "Heavy Metal
Army") EP, "Women In Uniform" EP, and "Sanctuary" EP.

BIRD OF PREY (before 1977) - not much around.
LONE WOLF (1982 - ?) - not much around, but supposedly sounds like
watered-down WHITESNAKE. This was a 6-piece band.
GOGMAGOG (1985) - NWOBHM supergroup, featuring Di'anno on vocals, Pete
Willis (DEF LEPPARD) and Jannick Gers (GILLAN) on guitars, Neil
Murray (WHITESNAKE) on bass guitar, and Clive Burr (IRON MAIDEN) on
drums. Released in 1985 a demo E.P. "I Will Be There."
DI'ANNO (1984 - May 1985) - I don't know much about this band except it
sounds like JOURNEY. Released an album Di'ANNO, as well as a single
from this album "Heartuser" b/w "Road Rat" in 1984, under the FM
Coast to Coast label (a division of Heavy Metal Records). Also
released an album TWO SWIMMERS & A BAG OF JOCKIES in 1984 with Lee
Slater (Guitars, Vocals), P J Ward (Guitars, Vocals), Kevin Browne
(Bass, Vocals), Mark Venables (Keyboards), and Mark Stuart (Drums).
Mark Stuart left the band before recording, so Dave Irving played
drums on this album. (I *think* this information is correct!)
PAUL DI'ANNO'S BATTLEZONE (1986 - 1987) - recorded in 1986 FIGHTING
BACK and in 1987 CHILDREN OF MADNESS. Drummer on second album is
Steve Hopgood of famed NWOBHM band PERSIAN RISK.
"ALL-STAR" PROJECT (1989) - with Lea Heart back in '89. The album was
recorded somewhere in the UK, and the participants were a Japanese
band around Tak Yonemochi, Paul Di'Anno, Dennis Stratton, some of
Saxon, etc. - about 15 - 20 people altogether. The album seems to
have been produced for the Japanese market, so there is little
English text on the cover, mostly Japanese... Either the band or
the album is called "Kaizoku". Anybody have any more information?
PRAYING MANTIS & Paul Di'anno, Dennis Stratton (1990) - recorded on the
PRAYING MANTIS reunion in Japan LIVE AT LAST in 1990. Other members
are Tino Troy and Chris Troy of PRAYING MANTIS and STRATUS, Dennis
Stratton of LIONHEART, and Bruce Bisland of Weapon and Statetrooper.
KILLERS (Jan 1992 - present) - featured Steve Hopgood on drums and Nick
Burr (Clive Burr's brother) on guitars. Released MURDER ONE in

Tony Parsons - first official 2nd lead guitarist for IRON MAIDEN (End of 1979
for 10 weeks). Recorded "Sanctuary" and "Wrathchild" on the METAL FOR
MUTHAS compilation.

Ron Matthews - 1st drummer for IRON MAIDEN. Replaced by Barry Graham. No
more information is available.

Barry Graham - 2nd drummer for IRON MAIDEN. Replaced by Doug Sampson. No
more information is available.

Dennis Stratton - second official 2nd lead guitarist (Jan 1980 - Oct 1980).
With IRON MAIDEN recorded on the IRON MAIDEN album, "Women In Uniform" EP,
subsequent singles, and LIVE PLUS ONE live album.

REMUS DOWN BOULEVARD (Any more information?)
LIONHEART (Oct 1980 - 1985) - first NWOBHM supergroup, with Jess Cox
(TYGERS OF PAN TANG) on vocals, Stratton on guitar, Steve Mann on
guitar, Rocky Newton on bass guitar, and Frank Noon (DEF LEPPARD,
soon to be in WAYSTED) on drums. Though formed in 1980, never
recorded anything until 1985, an album HOT TONIGHT, then split.
All-Stars NWOBHM (1990) - all-star lineup which includes members and ex
NWOBHM in 1990.
PRAYING MANTIS & Paul Di'anno, Dennis Stratton (1990) - played on their
reunion in Japan and in 1990 released LIVE AT LAST as lead guitarist
and co-lead vocalist with the Troy brothers and Paul Di'anno.
PRAYING MANTIS - after the reunion became their lead vocalist and
guitarist opposite Tino Troy. Released album PREDATORS IN DISGUISE
in 1991.

Clive Burr - 4th drummer for IRON MAIDEN (Jan 1980 - Dec 1982). Recorded on
all that Dennis Stratton recorded with the band, KILLERS album, "Maiden
Japan" EP, and THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST album.

SAMSON (Early 1978 - 1979) - original drummer, played on first NWOBHM
single ever "Mr. Rock N Roll" with Chris Aylmer on bass and Paul
Samson on guitars and vocals.
CLIVE BURR'S ESCAPE (1983?) - Recorded a session for Radio 1 on the BBC
in the UK. Anyone know anthing else about this one?
STRATUS (1985) - With Tino and Chris Troy. Recorded "Throwing Shapes"
on Steel Trax (Steel 31001), produced by Norman Goodman.
TYGON (formely STRATUS) - The brief name change to TYGON was abandoned
after a little while, 'cos they found several other things with that
PRAYING MANTIS (?) - one of their many drummers in their history.
Recorded "The Soundhouse Tapes Part II," and "Captured City" on
METAL FOR MUTHAS compilation. Was very good friend of next PRAYING
MANTIS drummer Dave Potts.
TRUST (1983? - ?) - replaced Nicko McBrain as a session drummer for
the album "Trust" (1982). This is not to be confused with their 1979
debut album, which is also called "Trust". TRUST is regarded by many
to be the greatest French heavy metal band ever.
GOGMAGOG (Jun 1985 - ?) - drummer on "I Will Be There" EP. That is all
the band recorded.
DESPERADOS (1990 - ?) - formed by Dee Snyder (TWISTED SISTER) fame.
Included Bernie Torme (guitar) and Marc Russel (bass). Recorded an
album which was never officially released, but a bootleg CD called
BLOODIED, BUT UNBOWED was released in 1996. None of the members
have legal access to any material on the album.
ELIXIR (?) - drummer on second album LETHAL POTION. As far as I know
he's still in ELIXIR.
TRUE BRITS (1992) - Releasd an album READY TO RUMBLE in 1992 with Lea
Hart (Vocals, Guitar), Dave Senczak (Guitar), Dennis Stratton
(Vocals, Guitar), and Mel Gagbbltas (Bass). This might not actually
be a band. I think they (Clive, Dennis, etc.) just joined the album
of Lea Hart (ex-FASTWAY). There are many (36) names of special
guests on this album, for example, Scott Gorham, Neil Murray, Paul
Di'Anno, Eddie Clarke, Paul Samson, Gary Barden, Tino Troy, etc.

Adrian Smith - guitarist for IRON MAIDEN (Oct 1980 - Jan 1990). Dave
Murray's longtime friend and former guitarist of URCHIN, among many other
bands. Played guitar on everything after Dennis Stratton left, and was
permanent member for more than 9 years. His last recording with IRON
MAIDEN is the "Infinite Dreams" EP, recorded live on the Seventh Son Of A
Seventh Son World Tour, leaving a legacy of one song "Hooks In You" on the

EVIL WAYS (1972 - 1974) - a school group with Dave Murray.
URCHIN (1974 - Spring 1980) - guitarist and vocals. Released 2 DJM
singles ("Black Leather Fantasy" and "She's A Roller", both of which
are pretty hard to find apparently), then split up. Was originally
offered Maiden gig early in 1980, but was still convinced URCHIN
could make it. Band members were Andy Barnett on guitar, Barry
Tyler on drums, and Alan Levett on bass.
BROADWAY BRATS (Mid 1980 - Oct 1980) - along with Andy Barnett on
guitar, Jeb Million on vocals (formerly with BLAZER BLAZER), Steve
Wells on bass (also formerly with BLAZER BLAZER), and Ian Richardson
on drums (also formerly with BLAZER BLAZER).
A.S.A.P. (1989 - ?) - formed in 1989, featuring Zak Starkey, son of
Beatles drummer Ringo, on drums. Recorded in 1989 SILVER AND GOLD
and an EP. Changed their name (?) to the UNTOUCHABLES. Andy
Barnett on guitars as well, Dave Colwell also on guitars, Robin
Clayton on bass, and Richard Young on keyboards as well. Quite a
different sound that IRON MAIDEN!
UNTOUCHABLES (Aug 1992 - ?) - a band made up of half the people in
A.S.A.P. (there were a lot of members in A.S.A.P.).
Gary Liederman on bass, Huey Lucas on guitar, and Bob Richards on
MICHAEL KISKE (1996) - contributed as "guest guitarist" on MICHAEL
PSYCHO MOTEL (? - ?) - not much info about this band, but they are
supposed to have released two albums: STATE OF MIND and WELCOME TO
BRUCE DICKINSON (Spring 1997 - Feb 1999) - playing guitar together with
his former IRON MAIDEN mate. Released two albums, ACCIDENT OF BIRTH
(1997) and CHEMICAL WEDDING (1998).
ALICE COOPER (1999) - Performed "Black Widow" on the Alice Cooper tribute
album named "Humanary Stew", together with Bruce (Dickinson).

Adrian (and Bruce Dickinson) joined IRON MAIDEN again in February 1999,
after months of speculations.

Nicko McBrain (Michael Henry McBrain) - longtime friend of the band, Clive
Burr's replacement (Dec 1982 - present). Recorded everything from the
beginning of the PIECE OF MIND sessions and is still a member. Member of
French heavy metal group TRUST, considered the best French heavy metal in
all rock history by many), among many other bands he was in.

STREETWALKERS (Feb 1975 - Jul 1976) - Nicko's first pro band, with
Roger Chapman on vocals, Charlie Whitney on guitar, and several
others, including Billy Day.
PAT TRAVERS BAND (1977) - Recorded on the album PUTTING IT STRAIGHT in
1977 along with Pat Travers (Gurtar, Keyboards, and Vocals), and
Peter Mars Cowling (Bass). Also played on the album HEAT IN THE STREET
JENNY DARREN (?) - Anyone know about this one?
TRAUMA (?) - Anyone know about this one?
McKITTY (?) - Anyone know about this one?
TRUST (? - End 1982) - Legendary French heavy metal band, considered by
many to be the best heavy metal in France. Apparently Nicko got
pissed off with the musical direction (not to mention the commute
to Paris everytime they had to rehearse).

Bruce Dickinson - recorded everything with IRON MAIDEN since the THE NUMBER
OF THE BEAST sessions up until A REAL DEAD ONE (Sep 1981 - Sep 1993).

STYX - (Help, any more information?)
with keyboards. There is a 7" single from Speed with two songs, "On
The Road" and "Man On The Streets", that was recorded in early 1977 and
released in 1980.
SHOTS (1977 - 1979) - based on street theatrics, sounded more like Deep
Purple and Ian Gillan Band stuff as well as SPEED, but more hard
rock. Also never recorded.
SAMSON (Jun 1979 - Aug 1981) - Recorded SURVIVORS (1979) for the band
but never released it. Dickinson was on this album but as guitarist
and harmonica player. He was a kind-of member at this time since he
said he didn't want to join the band until he graduated from
college, which by this time was only two weeks away). A previous
version of SURVIVORS was already on the presses and so they wrote
HEAD ON, and then toured in support of the two albums. Last album
with Bruce (aka Bruce Bruce) was SHOCK TACTICS, in 1981. In 1990
Paul Samson released LIVE AT READING '81 with Dickinson. During his
tenure with SAMSON, SAMSON were regarded the most popular, equalled
only by DEF LEPPARD, IRON MAIDEN, and SAXON. Paul Samson continued
on with SAMSON with Nicky Moore (formerly with TIGER). The first 3
albums also had former IRON MAIDEN drummer Thunderstick (Spring 1977
- Mid 1977).
OTHER PROJECT (1983) - Appeared on "Lone Wolf", the B-side of XERO's
"Oh Baby" single, released without BRUCE DICKINSON's or IRON MAIDEN's
permission.It's actually a demo recording of exceptionally poor
quality that Bruce did while Xero was recording in a studio Bruce
happened to be in (he knew the guys in Xero from his early days with
Samson as both bands were popular in the NWOBHM realm). At any rate,
the single was pulled from the stores right after it was released
under pressure from Maiden's management and repressed with an
instrumental number titled "Killer Frog" in place of "Lone Wolf".
MR. BEAN & SMEAR CAMPAIGN (1992) - Together with Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean)
and TASTE, Bruce Dickinson recorded ELECTED (Alice Cooper) to raise
charity funds. The CD single contains:
1. (I want to be) ELECTED
Mr. Bean & Smear Campaign (Featuring Bruce Dickinson)
2. (I want to be) ELECTED
Smear Campaign (Featuring Bruce Dickinson)
Mr. Bean
The second track is the song ELECTED by TASTE with Bruce on vocals. The
third track is an election manifesto read by Mr. Bean. The first track
is a mix of both. Apparently there is also a video.
The whole thing is rather humorous, it probably is more so if you
are British.
with future Maiden guitarist Jannick Gers in 1990, as well as wrote
"Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter" for the Nightmare On Elm
Street Part V - The Dream Child soundtrack. Though disbanded soon
after the tour, it will probably be resurrected in some form or
another soon enough. Solo band also included Andy Carr on bass, and
Fabio Del Rio on drums, and toured a little while Mid 1990.
THE EARTHQUAKE ALBUM / ROCK AID ARMENIA (1990) - This is a compilation
the sales of which went towards helping the people of Armenia stricken
by the 1990 earthquake. The first track is SMOKE ON THE WATER '90 and
is a sort of all-star performance of the classic DEEP PURPLE song.
Bruce sings the 2nd verse of the song. (This performance also features
names like Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Tony Iommi, Dave Gilmour,
Roger Taylor, Brian May, Bryan Adams, Keith Emerson and others).
BALLS TO PICASSO (1994) - Bruce's continuing solo project.
NATIVITY IN BLACK (1994) - The Black Sabbath Tribute features Bruce on
the vocals in "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath," with Godspeed.
DREAM THEATER (1997) - It seems that BRUCE DICKINSON is standing behind
the microphone on a song called PERFECT STRANGERS on DREAM THEATER's
double live album from Amsterdam (Holland/Netherland) on 17th of April,
1997. According to the CD booklet, the track was recorded in January
ACCIDENT OF BIRTH (1997) - Bruce's continuing solo project, together with
former IRON MAIDEN guitarist Adrian Smith.
CHEMICAL WEDDING (1998) - Bruce's continuing solo project, together with
former IRON MAIDEN guitarist Adrian Smith.
ALICE COOPER (1999) - Performed "Black Widow" on the Alice Cooper tribute
album named "Humanary Stew", together with Adrian (Smith).

Bruce joined Iron Maiden again in February 1999, taking Adrian Smith with

Janick Gers - Adrian Smith's successor (until Adrian joined again).
(Jan 1990 - present).
Performed on everything beginning with the NO PRAYER FOR THE DYING

WHITE SPIRIT (Mid 1975 - Jun 1981) - another very popular NWOBHM band.
Recorded classic WHITE SPIRIT in 1980, then soon departed to join
GILLAN. Mick Tucker of AXIS replaced him.
GILLAN (Jun 1981 - Dec 1982) - Replaced former guitarist Bernie Torme
and recorded DOUBLE TROUBLE (1981), a 2 LP set, 1 studio + one live
(now available on one CD from Virgin). Live portion was from the
Reading Festival 1981). Bernie Torme plays guitar on one of the live
tracks, "If You Believe Me", recorded earlier. Janick also appears on
MAGIC (1982), another studio LP, now also available on CD from
Virgin, with some single b-sides and outtakes. When in GILLAN he used
to play a cover of BLACK NIGHT which he later did with Bruce Dickinson
and is now available on a Dickinson single. Gillan fell apart when
Ian Gillan thought there was going to be a DEEP PURPLE reunion. When
that didn't happen, Ian joined BLACK SABBATH, recording BORN AGAIN,
before the DEEP PURPLE reunion eventually happened in 1984.
DI'ANNO (Jan 1985 - May 1985) - With Frank Noon on drums, along with
others. Anyone know about this one?
GOGMAGOG (Jun 1985 - ?) - you've read this one enough times already.
FISH (1988? - 1990?) - ex-Marillion singer's band. Janick was doing
studio sessions for them for a while, he appeared live with them in
March of 1989, and also on FISH's VIGIL IN A WILDERNESS OF MIRRORS
playing guitar on "View From A Hill" and co-writing "View From A
Hill" and "Family Business".
BRUCE DICKINSON SOLO PROJECT - you just read it a few minutes ago.

Blaze Bayley - (Dec 1993 - Feb 1999) - joined IRON MAIDEN at the turn of the
new year, following Bruce Dickinson's departure in September 1993. Left IRON
MAIDEN in February 1999, after Bruce Dickinson's arrival.

WOLFSBANE (1987 - 1993) - Debuted with LIVE FAST, DIE FAST (1989) which
according to Kerrang was good material but rendered impotent by an
uncharacteristically weak Rick Rubin production. In 1990 an EP titled
their credibility. In 1991 they released DOWN FALL ALL THE GOOD GUYS
which was their last record with Def American. In Feb. 1993 a proud and
defiant live album called MASSIVE NOISE INJECTION was released with
Bronze Records and another album titled WOLFSBANE was to be released in
February 1994 and was in the process of being mixed when Blaze decided
to front Iron Maiden. Blaze considers the Bronze releases to be the
best of all Wolfsbane's albums.

X Factor (1995)
Virtual XI (1998)

-->> 4 <<-- The Band And Their Birthdays

* Steve Harris - March 12, 1957 (Leytonstone, England)
* David Michael Murray - December 23, 1956 (England)
* Bruce Dickinson - August 7, 1958 (Worksop Notts, England)
* Michael Henry McBrain - June 5, 1954
* Adrian Smith - February 27, 1957
* Janick Gers - January 27, 1957

* Bayley Cook (Blaze Bayley) - May 29, 1963 (Birmingham, England)
* Paul Di'Anno - May 17, 1959

-->> 5 <<-- IRON MAIDEN influences

Wishbone Ash, Montrose, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, UFO, Rainbow, T. Rex, Free,
Black Sabbath, King Crimson, Led Zeppelin, Genesis.

Former drummer Thunderstick (1977 era): He loved Kiss, make-up, etc. He even
wore a hood on stage!

For Steve's bass playing: Chris Squire, Mike Rutherford, Geddy Lee, Andy
Fraser, John Entwistle.
Dave Murray: even some blues music
Bruce Dickinson: started listening to heavy metal at age 13...DEEP PURPLE'S
Blaze Bayley:
Favourite singers: Bon Scott (RIP), Ronnie James Dio, Geoff Tate, Elvis
Presley, James Hetfield and Ozzy Osbourne.
Favourite records: Highway to Hell (AC/DC), Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath),
Ride the Lightning (Metallica), Jerry Lee Lewis Live at
The Star Club Hamburg, Arise (Sepultura), Home Invasion
Favourite IM songs: The Trooper, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Iron Maiden, The
Clairvoyant, Run To The Hills, 2 Minutes To Midnight,
Fear of the Dark.
Favourite IM albums: Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, Powerslave, The Number
of the Beast.

-->> 6 <<-- The IRON MAIDEN Fan Club

The Official IRON MAIDEN Fan Club (IMFC), consists of a yearly membership
(every year you have to pay again), and you get three publications throughout
the year containing the latest news on their touring, new albums, sometimes
a question/answer section, a pen-pal section, and tons of full color pictures.

If you are a new member, you will automatically receive the following:

* 10 x 8 cm colour signed photo
* Laminated personal membership card
* Enamel club badge (replica of Steve Harris' Bass)
* The latest club magazine
* Band Biography (available early 1999) this every year:

* 3 full colour magazines per year
* Advance news
* Meet the band at club conventions
* Regular competitions
* Best concert tickets (UK only)
* Discounted items & CD's

In addition, fan club members are in position to buy exclusive items:

* Nappa leather bomber jacket
* Baseball jacket
* MA 1 & MA 2 nylon jackets
* T-shirts, sweatshirts & polo shirts
* Bronx hats
* Football shirts
* Embroidered patches

Address: Iron Maiden Fan Club,
P.O. Box 3803,
CM17 0NZ,


Annual membership costs: * United Kingdom (UK): £15
* Europe: £18
* Rest of the world: £20

-->> 7 <<-- What happened to Blaze Bayley?

What happened to the previous singer, Blaze Bayley? Well - nobody knows for
sure, as the band members don't seem to want to talk much about it. As Dave

"The split from Blaze was totally amicable. He is already talking
about his solo career and getting a band together. We still have
a strong friendship."
- Interview with "Rolling Stone", 1999-02-13

A little clearer, though, as Steve speaks out in an Australian magazine called
"03 Magazine":

"...we have a lot of contact with our fans on the Internet, and
the feeling we kept getting, is that the fans weren't happy with
the way Blaze was singing."
- Thanks to Paul Enzenhofer for posting this
on the Iron Maiden newsgroup, 1999-03-19

Whatever the reason is, I personally hope that all IRON MAIDEN fans also wish
Blaze the best of luck. What is sure about this case, is that Bruce Dickinson
(and Adrian Smith) is back again in the IRON MAIDEN lineup. I guess that's
what counts for the most of us.

According to Blaze Bayley himself, he is currently trying to establish his own
band. He will NOT try to put Wolfsbane back together, but expects to release
his first solo album this year (2000). As he explains:

"Some people have already asked me about getting Wolfsbane back
together. I won’t be trying to reform Wolfsbane. Those were
great days, and I’m proud of all the stuff we did, but everybody
has moved on and are involved in different projects of their own.
However, I have decided to embark on a solo career. As you read
this, I am writing for my first solo record, and it’s going well.
I am aiming for an October release and will tour everywhere I can
after that."

-->> 8 <<-- What is the backwards message before "Still Life?"

This is probably THE most frequently asked question. IRON MAIDEN was getting
really fed up with the American bigots who'd condemned them devil worshippers
and such, so they decided to stick this sucker on the new album (PIECE OF
MIND). Right at the beginning of the song Still Life is two quick backwards
messages, one after the other. Both are spoken by Nicko in a deep Rasta
accent, not too much even understandable even when played backwards. Well,
the first says "What ho sed de t'ing wid de t'ree bonce", which means "What
ho said the monster with the three heads." The second says "Don't meddle wid
t'ings you don't understand." And of course, the message ends with a belch! :)

The Iron Maiden biography (see item 34, BOOKS related to Iron Maiden) says
that the phrases are taken from Idi Amin's books. To the best of my knowledge
Idi Amin has never written any books (I checked the Encyclopaedia Britannica).
Some fellow netters sent me the following explanation:

According to them both phrases come from a spoof '70s radio show about
Idi Amin. In the show an english actor, John Bird, impersonates Idi Amin
(complete with Ugandan accent) explaining how the disappearing Ugandan
ministers are being sent to Pluto to sort out the economy there. The material
is written by one-time editor of Punch and humourist Alan Coren.

An LP containing the broadcasts exists: It's titled "The Collected Broadcasts
of Idi Amin" (1975).

-->> 9 <<-- Where does the mascot's name, EDDIE, come from?

The original Eddie was just this theatrical mask. You can kind of see it in
the band photos on the first album and on the "Running Free" single picture
sleeve. It's a face right next to the band logo. It was connected to a pump
that would spurt out various kinds of liquids and it would drool all over
Doug Sampson or Clive Burr or whoever was at the drums that time. People
would also try to sling stuff into it. Its full name was "Eddie The Head"
(Edward T.H. on the Live After Death cover) and it comes from the following
old joke:

Eddie was born with no body and no arms and no legs. Just a head. But despite
this slight birth defect his parents loved him very much cared for him and
were always giving him all these presents like hats and blow things at
parties and other cool stuff. So on his sixteenth birthday they run into a
doctor that says "Hey, I can give Eddie a body" so the parents are going
totally nuts because finally their kid can have a body and be like other
normal people. They go home and are really excited and say "Have we got a
surprise for you. It's the best present ever!" and Eddie says "Oh, no, not
another fucking hat!"

They gave the name "Eddie" to that mask. By the time of them being signed to
EMI Records, they got Derek Riggs to do cover artwork. The first was the cover
to the "Running Free" single, and you see that zombie in the back missing an
arm (which somehow is in front of a guy who looks a lot like Bruce Dickinson
running away from that zombie). The band liked the zombie guy so much that the
name Eddie was transferred over to the zombie when they lost that mask with
the pump.

-->> 10 <<-- Who is Osiris/The Powerslave connection?

The origin of Osiris is obscure but by 2400BC Osiris played a double role:
He was both a god of fertility and the personification of the dead king.
This dual role was in turn combined with the Egyptian dogma of divine
kingship: The king at death became Osiris, god of the underworld; the dead
king's son, the living king, was identified with Horus, god of the sky.
Osiris and Horus, therefore, were father and son. The goddess Isis was the
mother of the king and was thus the mother of Horus and wife of Osiris.
The god Seth was considered the murderer of Osiris and the adversary of

According to the most traditional form of the myth, Osiris was slain or
drowned by Seth, who tore the corpse into 14 pieces and flung them
over the earth. Eventually Isis and her sister Nephthys found and buried
all the pieces except the phallus, thereby giving new life to Osiris, who
thenceforth remained in the underworld as ruler and judge. Horus then
successfully fought against Seth and became the new king of Egypt.

Osiris was regarded as not only the ruler of the dead but also as the power
that granted all life from the underworld, from sprouting vegetables to
the annual flood of the Nile. From about 2000BC onward it was believed
that every man, not just the deceased kings, became identified with Osiris
at death. The process of becoming Osiris, however, did not imply resurrection,
for even Osiris did not rise from the dead. Instead it was the assumption
of immortality, both in the next world and through one's descendants on earth.

Read more: <URL:>

-->> 11 <<-- Who is Icarus?

In ancient greek mythology, there was once a king of the island of Crete
called Minos, who received a curse for his kingdom: this curse was a monster,
half man and half bull and was called the Minotaur. (I am leaving out the
why and how this Minotaur was born, but you may find the relevant information
in a good's rather amusing). After a son of Minos was
killed by the Athenians, to avenge his death, king Minos demanded that seven
Athenian youths and seven maidens be sent every 9th year to Crete to be
devoured by the Minotaur. When the third time of the sacrifice came,
Theseus, son of the king of Athens was chosen to go. Theseus decided to
take a shot at killing the Minotaur.

Before Theseus entered the maze, king Minos' daughter, Ariadne, gave him
a long string rolled into a ball, which Theseus unwound as he proceeded
through the labyrinth so as to remember his way out. Our hero succeeded
in slaying the Minotaur and escaped safely.

The builder of the labyrinth was a famous architect called Daedalus, who
was being held captive by king Minos so that he wouldn't divulge the secret
of the labyrinth. Icarus was the son of Daedalus.

At some time, Daedalus tried to escape from his prison by constructing
two sets of wings made with feathers stuck together with wax, one set for
himself and the other for his son Icarus who was to flee with him.
Both father and son were able to fly out of Crete, but it happened that
Icarus was overjoyous and flew too high, getting "very near the sun". The
heat melted the wax that bound the feathers and he fell into the ocean.

Read more: <URL:>

-->> 12 <<-- Why don't SANCTUARY and TWILIGHT ZONE appear on the UK/European
album pressings?

"Sanctuary" first appeared on the Metal For Muthas with "Wrathchild."
This is why neither one made it on the first album. I guess by the time the
single was issued Tony Parsons was no longer a member of the band so they
redid it with Dennis. "Wrathchild" was Adrian Smith's audition piece, and I
guess he must have done such a great job with it that they decided to stick
that onto the next single.

Already "Running Free" was a single, but only in Europe and I think this
single was performed by the quartet lineup Di'anno / Murray / Harris / Sampson,
which would make sense that "Sanctuary" would be the first thing done by the
lineup that would appear on the album, but since by now there were two versions
of "Sanctuary floating about in UK but never heard in USA, they stick on the
new version of "Sanctuary" which has the same lineup as the rest of the album
(in my opinion though it's the inferior version. Stratton's solos tended to
sound more or less the same from song to song).

"Twilight Zone" comes out as a single soon after Adrian joins, but again only
in the UK but not in USA. This is why it appears on USA pressings of Killers
but not in the UK and everywhere else, I guess.
Again, it makes sense to stick it on this album because the lineup that did
"Twilight Zone" is the same that did the second LP.

The tracks that were missing on the European versions (above), are now to be
found on the remastered releases.

-->> 13 <<-- Why does the vinyl version of LIVE AFTER DEATH have more tracks
than the CD version?

The CD version of LIVE AFTER DEATH includes everything that the first three
sides of the LP version contain. The fourth side was not included in the
original release, but have been released on a later, remastered, release.

Also, RUNNING FREE is shortened from about 8:16 on vinyl to about 3:16 on
the CD by eliminating the crowd interaction. An experienced listener can
even tell where the track has been cut.

The common factor between the first three sides of the LP is that they are
recorded at the Long Beach Arena in California, whereas the fourth side
is recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon (now known as the Hammersmith Apollo)
in London.

The vinyl version of LIVE AFTER DEATH is around 100 minutes and there's no
way these could fit on a single CD. Granted, they could have released a double
CD but there might have been price considerations. In any case, I like to
think of the fourth side of the LP as an extra bonus for buying the vinyl. :)

The songs extra on the LP version are: WRATHCHILD, CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED,
(The PHANTOM OF THE OPERA performance is brilliant, by the way.)

The LIVE AFTER DEATH video is also recorded at the Long Beach Arena but on
a different night and contains a full gig, complete with intro and encore.
It closes with SANCTUARY which is neither on the CD nor the LP.

The remastered version of LIVE AFTER DEATH, contains the songs that were on
side 4.

-->> 14 <<-- IRON MAIDEN songs, where to find them, and song tidbits

Studio Albums:

Song Title LP Time Album

22 Acacia Avenue 6:32 The Number Of The Beast
2 AM 5:38 The X Factor
2 Minutes To Midnight 6:02 Powerslave
Aces High 4:30 Powerslave
Afraid To Shoot Strangers 6:54 Fear Of The Dark
Alexander The Great 8:35 Somewhere In Time
Another Life 3:21 Killers
Back In The Village 5:03 Powerslave
Be Quick Or Be Dead 3:21 Fear Of The Dark
Blood Brothers ?:?? Brave New World
Blood On The Worlds Hands 5:58 The X Factor
Brave New World ?:?? Brave New World
Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter 4:40 No Prayer For The Dying
Can I Play With Madness 3:29 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Caught Somewhere In Time 7:23 Somewhere In Time
Chains Of Misery 3:37 Fear Of The Dark
Charlotte The Harlot 4:10 Iron Maiden
Childhood's End 4:40 Fear Of The Dark
Children Of The Damned 4:32 The Number Of The Beast
Como Estais Amigos 5:26 Virtual XI
Deja-Vu 4:56 Somewhere In Time
Die With Your Boots On 5:23 Piece Of Mind
Don't Look To The Eyes Of A Stranger 8:11 Virtual XI
Dream Of Mirrors ?:?? Brave New World
Drifter 4:47 Killers
Fates Warning 4:11 No Prayer For The Dying
Fear Is The Key 5:36 Fear Of The Dark
Fear Of The Dark 7:13 Fear Of The Dark
Flash Of The Blade 4:06 Powerslave
Flight Of Icarus 3:49 Piece Of Mind
Fortunes Of War 7:24 The X Factor
From Here To Eternity 3:34 Fear Of The Dark
Futureal 3:00 Virtual XI
Gangland 3:49 The Number Of The Beast
Genghis Khan 3:03 Killers
Ghost Of The Navigator ?:?? Brave New World
Hallowed Be Thy Name 7:09 The Number Of The Beast
Heaven Can Wait 7:18 Somewhere In Time
Holy Smoke 3:49 No Prayer For The Dying
Hooks In You 4:07 No Prayer For The Dying
Infinite Dreams 6:08 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Innocent Exile 3:50 Killers
Invaders 3:24 The Number Of The Beast
Iron Maiden 3:31 Iron Maiden
Judas Be My Guide 3:09 Fear Of The Dark
Judgement Of Heaven 5:12 The X Factor
Killers 4:58 Killers
Lightning Strikes Twice 4:49 Virtual XI
Look For The Truth 5:10 The X Factor
Lord Of The Flies 5:30 The X Factor
Losfer Words (Big 'Orra) 4:13 Powerslave
Man On The Edge 4:14 The X Factor
Moonchild 5:38 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Mother Russia 5:32 No Prayer For The Dying
Murders In The Rue Morgue 4:16 Killers
No Prayer For The Dying 4:22 No Prayer For The Dying
Only The Good Die Young 4:42 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Out Of The Silent Planet ?:?? Brave New World
Phantom Of The Opera 7:05 Iron Maiden
Powerslave 7:09 Powerslave
Prodigal Son 6:12 Killers
Prowler 3:52 Iron Maiden
Public Enema Number One 4:10 No Prayer For The Dying
Purgatory 3:18 Killers
Quest For Fire 3:42 Piece Of Mind
Remember Tomorrow 5:25 Iron Maiden
Revelations 6:47 Piece Of Mind
Run Silent Run Deep 4:34 No Prayer For The Dying
Run To The Hills 3:49 The Number Of The Beast
Running Free 3:14 Iron Maiden
Sanctuary 3:12 Iron Maiden
Sea Of Madness 5:38 Somewhere In Time
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son 9:50 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Sign Of The Cross 11:18 The X Factor
Still Life 4:39 Piece Of Mind
Strange World 5:40 Iron Maiden
Stranger In A Strange Land 5:39 Somewhere In Time
Sun And Steel 3:27 Piece Of Mind
Tailgunner 4:12 No Prayer For The Dying
The Aftermath 6:12 The X Factor
The Angel And The Gambler 9:51 Virtual XI
The Apparition 3:55 Fear Of The Dark
The Assassin 4:15 No Prayer For The Dying
The Clairvoyant 4:24 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
The Clansman 9:06 Virtual XI
The Duellists 6:08 Powerslave
The Edge Of Darkness 6:39 The X Factor
The Educated Fool 6:46 Virtual XI
The Evil That Men Do 4:31 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
The Fallen Angel ?:?? Brave New World
The Fugitive 4:54 Fear Of The Dark
The Ides Of March 1:44 Killers
The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner 6:31 Somewhere In Time
The Mercenary ?:?? Brave New World
The Nomad ?:?? Brave New World
The Number Of The Beast 4:48 The Number Of The Beast
The Prisoner 5:59 The Number Of The Beast
The Prophecy 5:06 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner 13:35 Powerslave
The Thin Line Between Love And Hate ?:?? Brave New World
The Trooper 4:10 Piece Of Mind
The Unbeliever 8:10 The X Factor
The Wicker Man ?:?? Brave New World
To Tame A Land 7:21 Piece Of Mind
Transylvania 4:06 Iron Maiden
Twilight Zone 2:31 Killers
Wasted Years 5:04 Somewhere In Time
Wasting Love 5:47 Fear Of The Dark
Weekend Warrior 5:39 Fear Of The Dark
When Two Worlds Collide 6:13 Virtual XI
Where Eagles Dare 6:09 Piece Of Mind
Wrathchild 2:51 Killers

B-Sides And Others:
All In Your Mind 4:31 b-side Holy Smoke Single
Black Bart Blues 6:41 b-side Can I Play With Madness Single
Burning Ambition 2:42 b-side Running Free Single
Communication Breakdown 2:41 b-side Bring Your Daughter Single
Cross-Eyed Mary 3:55 b-side The Trooper Single
Doctor, Doctor 4:50 b-side Virus CD Single 1
Invasion 2:39 b-side Women In Uniform Single
b-side Virus 12" Single
I Live My Way b-side Man On The Edge 12" Single
I'm A Mover 3:29 b-side Bring Your Daughter Single
I've Got The Fire (Live) 3:14 b-side Sanctuary Single
Juanita 3:47 b-side Stranger In A Strange Land Single
Judgement Day b-side Man On The Edge CD Single 1
Justice Of The Peace b-side Man On The Edge CD Single 2
Kill Me Ce Soir 6:17 b-side Holy Smoke Single
King Of Twilight 4:54 b-side Aces High Single
Massacre 2:54 b-side Can I Play With Madness Single
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07.01.2009 20:32
#2 RE: the Iron Maiden Faq leider nicht ganz aktuell Zitat · Antworten

Hier sonst nochmal ein Link:

Iron Maiden - FAQ

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starkes ding! danke!

Arthur: Douglas, ich erzähl dir jetz mal was über Verlierer.. ich glaube: Die Verlierer sind die wahren Gewinner!
Doug: ...und was sind dann die Gewinner?
Arthur: Die bleiben Gewinner.. den Titel kann man ihnen nicht nehmen, schließlich haben sie ja mal gewonnen!

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Was für Infos. Danke für den Link Churchill


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