History Music / IronMaiden

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The real success came a year later, in 1982, with ''Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast'', which marked the debut in the band of Music/BruceDickinson, Di'Anno's replacement. The band's classic line-up came full circle in 1983 with the arrival of drummer Nicko [=McBrain=], replacing Clive Burr, for personal problems. With this line-up, the band recorded four studio albums (''Piece Of Mind'', ''Powerslave'', ''Somewhere In Time'', and ''[[ConceptAlbum Seventh Son Of]] [[MagicalSeventhSon A Seventh Son]]'') and a live album, (''Live After Death'') which marked the climax and end of the so-called "Golden Years". Unfortunately, from this point onwards, the things weren't going so well for the band. Adrian Smith left the band due to CreativeDifferences (although it was in good terms, it was just that he wanted to play in a softer mood than that one of Maiden) and he was replaced by Janick Gers, who played in the band White Spirit, and with Fish (former singer of Marillion) and [[DeepPurple Ian Gillan]] before Bruce Dickinson brought him as guitarist of his solo career. The follow-up to ''Seventh..'', ''No Prayer For The Dying'', was considered inferior to the former albums, despite having the band's first #1 hit. ("Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter") The follow-up, ''Fear Of The Dark'', charted in #1, but after it, Bruce Dickinson left the band.
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The real success came a year later, in 1982, with ''Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast'', which marked the debut in the band of Music/BruceDickinson, Di'Anno's replacement. The band's classic line-up came full circle in 1983 with the arrival of drummer Nicko [=McBrain=], replacing Clive Burr, for personal problems. With this line-up, the band recorded four studio albums (''Piece Of of Mind'', ''Powerslave'', ''Somewhere In in Time'', and ''[[ConceptAlbum Seventh Son Of]] of]] [[MagicalSeventhSon A a Seventh Son]]'') and a live album, (''Live After Death'') which marked the climax and end of the so-called "Golden Years". Unfortunately, from this point onwards, the things weren't going so well for the band. Adrian Smith left the band due to CreativeDifferences (although it was in good terms, it was just that he wanted to play in a softer mood than that one of Maiden) and he was replaced by Janick Gers, who played in the band White Spirit, and with Fish (former singer of Marillion) and [[DeepPurple Ian Gillan]] before Bruce Dickinson brought him as guitarist of his solo career. The follow-up to ''Seventh..'', ''No Prayer For The for the Dying'', was considered inferior to the former albums, despite having the band's first #1 hit. ("Bring Your Daughter... To The to the Slaughter") The follow-up, ''Fear Of The of the Dark'', charted in #1, but after it, Bruce Dickinson left the band.

Their sound is characterized by twin guitar (later triple guitar) harmonization and galloping bass, as well as the operatic vocals of Bruce Dickinson. Their most notable songs fall into three themes: ominous ("Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast", "[[PrimalFear Fear Of the Dark]]"), historical (war songs such as "The Trooper" and "Aces High", historical events such as "Run to the Hills" and the biographical "Alexander the Great") or [[FilkSong derivative]] ("TheWickerMan", "[[Myth/GreekMythology Flight of Icarus]]", "Literature/BraveNewWorld"). Also notable is the band's promotional imagery, featuring zombie [[MetalBandMascot mascot]] Eddie the Head.
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Their sound is characterized by twin guitar (later triple guitar) harmonization and galloping bass, as well as the operatic vocals of Bruce Dickinson. Their most notable songs fall into three themes: ominous ("Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast", "[[PrimalFear Fear Of of the Dark]]"), historical (war songs such as "The Trooper" and "Aces High", historical events such as "Run to the Hills" and the biographical "Alexander the Great") or [[FilkSong derivative]] ("TheWickerMan", "[[Myth/GreekMythology Flight of Icarus]]", "Literature/BraveNewWorld"). Also notable is the band's promotional imagery, featuring zombie [[MetalBandMascot mascot]] Eddie the Head.

* 1983 - ''Piece Of Mind''
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* 1983 - ''Piece Of of Mind''

* 1993 - ''Live At Donington'' * 2002 - ''Rock In Rio''
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* 1993 - ''Live At at Donington'' * 2002 - ''Rock In in Rio''

* 2005 - ''Death On The Road''
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* 2005 - ''Death On The on the Road''

* AgeOfTitles: "Age Of Innocence", from ''Dance Of Death''.
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* AgeOfTitles: "Age Of of Innocence", from ''Dance Of of Death''.

* BookEnds: ''Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son'', the album, starts (in "Moonchild") and ends (in "Only The Good Die Young") with the same paragraph:
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* BookEnds: ''Seventh Son Of A of a Seventh Son'', the album, starts (in "Moonchild") and ends (in "Only The the Good Die Young") with the same paragraph:

** "When The Wild Wind Blows", from ''The Final Frontier'', opens and ends with... wind.
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** "When The the Wild Wind Blows", from ''The Final Frontier'', opens and ends with... wind.

* CanonDisContinuity:
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* CanonDisContinuity:CanonDiscontinuity:

** While ''No Prayer For The Dying'' and ''Fear Of The Dark'' are usually ignored on set-lists aside from the eponymous song from the latter album ("Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter" and "Afraid to Shoot Strangers" have also been played since Bruce's return), a Discontinuity is averted in ''From Fear To Eternity'', which contains three songs from each of those albums.[[note]]Albeit not "From Here to Eternity" even if it's the inspiration for the album title...[[/note]]
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** While ''No Prayer For The for the Dying'' and ''Fear Of The of the Dark'' are usually ignored on set-lists aside from the eponymous song from the latter album ("Bring Your Daughter To The Daughter... to the Slaughter" and "Afraid to Shoot Strangers" have also been played since Bruce's return), a Discontinuity is averted in ''From Fear To to Eternity'', which contains three songs from each of those albums.[[note]]Albeit not "From Here to Eternity" even if it's the inspiration for the album title...[[/note]]

* ConceptAlbum: ** ''[[MagicalSeventhSon Seventh Son of a Seventh Son]]''.
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* ConceptAlbum: ** ConceptAlbum: ''[[MagicalSeventhSon Seventh Son of a Seventh Son]]''.

** "Be Quick Or Be Dead" from ''Fear Of The Dark''
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** "Be Quick Or or Be Dead" from ''Fear Of The of the Dark''

* CrystalBall: "Can I Play With Madness?", from ''Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son''.
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* CrystalBall: "Can I Play With Madness?", from ''Seventh Son Of A of a Seventh Son''.

** ''Fear of the Dark'' and ''No Prayer For The Dying'' are this compared with any of the previous albums. The vocals, for example - less operatic, more raspy.
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** ''Fear of the Dark'' and ''No Prayer For The for the Dying'' are this compared with any of the previous albums. The vocals, for example - less operatic, more raspy.

* DownerBeginning: "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier" opens an album with an ApocalypticLog of a doomed astronaut, which to enhance the discomfort has its first part be a percussion-heavy prog rock.
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* DownerBeginning: "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier" opens an album with an ApocalypticLog of a doomed astronaut, which to enhance the discomfort has its first part be a percussion-heavy prog rock.{{progressive rock}}.

** "To Tame A Land" ends ''Piece of Mind'' with a very unhappy sounding final part.
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** "To Tame A a Land" ends ''Piece of Mind'' with a very unhappy sounding final part.

** ''Empire Of The Clouds'', based on the maiden voyage of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R101 R101]].
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** ''Empire Of The Clouds'', "Empire of the Clouds", based on the maiden voyage of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R101 R101]].

** "The Angel And The Gambler", (9:52) and "The Clansman" (9:02) from ''Virtual XI''.
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** "The Angel And The and the Gambler", (9:52) and "The Clansman" (9:02) from ''Virtual XI''.

** "For The Greater Good Of God" (9:24) and "The Legacy", (9:23) from ''A Matter Of Life And Death''. ** "When The Wild Wind Blows", (11:01) "Isle Of Avalon" (9:06) and "The Talisman", (9:03) from ''The Final Frontier''.
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** "For The the Greater Good Of of God" (9:24) and "The Legacy", (9:23) from ''A Matter Of of Life And and Death''. ** "When The the Wild Wind Blows", (11:01) "Isle Of of Avalon" (9:06) and "The Talisman", (9:03) from ''The Final Frontier''.

* GhostShip / AfterlifeExpress: ** "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (based on [[Literature/TheRimeOfTheAncientMariner the poem]]), from ''Powerslave''.
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* GhostShip / AfterlifeExpress: ** AfterlifeExpress: "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (based on [[Literature/TheRimeOfTheAncientMariner the poem]]), from ''Powerslave''.

* GriefSong: ** "The Clairvoyant", from ''Seventh Son of a Seventh Son'' is about the death of psychic Doris Stokes.
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* GriefSong: ** GriefSong: "The Clairvoyant", from ''Seventh Son of a Seventh Son'' is about the death of psychic Doris Stokes.

** "Fear is the Key", from ''Fear of the Dark'', was written after the band learned about the death of [[Music/{{Queen}} Freddie Mercury]].
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** "Fear is Is the Key", from ''Fear of the Dark'', was written after the band learned about the death of [[Music/{{Queen}} Freddie Mercury]].

* AHellOfATime: "From Here To Eternity", from ''Fear of the Dark'':
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* AHellOfATime: "From Here To to Eternity", from ''Fear of the Dark'':

* HolierThanThou: "Holy Smoke", from ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
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* HolierThanThou: "Holy Smoke", from ''No Prayer For The for the Dying''.

* IncrediblyLongNote: Bruce is quite fond of them, usually closing the song. Stand-outs include "Run To The Hills", "Children of the Damned" and "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son".
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* IncrediblyLongNote: Bruce is quite fond of them, usually closing the song. Stand-outs include "Run To The to the Hills", "Children of the Damned" and "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son".

** "Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter". Though Bruce also said it's about menstruation. ** Most of the "Charlotte" saga, such as the eponymous "Charlotte the Harlot," from ''Iron Maiden'' and ''22 Acacia Avenue'', from ''Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast''.
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** "Bring Your Daughter... To The to the Slaughter". Though Bruce also said it's about menstruation. ** Most of the "Charlotte" saga, such as the eponymous "Charlotte the Harlot," Harlot" from ''Iron Maiden'' and ''22 Acacia Avenue'', Avenue'' from ''Music/TheNumberOfTheBeast''.

* LastChorusSlowDown: "Powerslave" and "Fear of the Dark." * LastNoteNightmare: ** "Phantom Of The Opera", in the pre-remaster release, where after 10 seconds of silence, Di'Anno shouts the song's final line again.
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* LastChorusSlowDown: "Powerslave" and "Fear of the Dark." Dark". * LastNoteNightmare: ** LastNoteNightmare: "Phantom Of The of the Opera", in the pre-remaster release, where after 10 seconds of silence, Di'Anno shouts the song's final line again.

** "Literature/OutOfTheSilentPlanet", actually about ''ForbiddenPlanet''. ** "Literature/StrangerInAStrangeLand", about [[MysteriousAntarctica antarctic explorer]].
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** "Literature/OutOfTheSilentPlanet", actually about ''ForbiddenPlanet''. ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet''. ** "Literature/StrangerInAStrangeLand", about [[MysteriousAntarctica antarctic explorer]].explorers]].

* PunBasedTitle: ''Piece of Mind'' and "Public Enema Number One", from ''No Prayer For The Dying''. The live albums ''Maiden Japan'' (EP, referencing DeepPurple's ''Made in Japan'') and ''Maiden England'' (released on DVD with a "'88" attached) too.
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* PunBasedTitle: ''Piece of Mind'' and "Public Enema Number One", from ''No Prayer For The for the Dying''. The live albums ''Maiden Japan'' (EP, referencing DeepPurple's Music/DeepPurple's ''Made in Japan'') and ''Maiden England'' (released on DVD with a "'88" attached) too.

** "Livin' on a Razor's Edge" and "Balancing on a Ledge", for "The Evil That Men Do", from ''Seventh Son...''. ** "Time to live"/"Time to die" (and the combination), for "The Clairvoyant", from ''Seventh Son...''.
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** "Livin' on a Razor's Edge" and "Balancing on a Ledge", for "The Evil That Men Do", from ''Seventh Son...''. Son of a Seventh Son''. ** "Time to live"/"Time to die" (and the combination), for "The Clairvoyant", from ''Seventh Son...''.Son of a Seventh Son''.

* ReligionRantSong: "Starblind," from ''The Final Frontier'' and "Holy Smoke" from ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
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* ReligionRantSong: "Starblind," from ''The Final Frontier'' and "Holy Smoke" from ''No Prayer For The the Dying''.

* ScienceIsBad: At least, according to Nicko, who wrote "New Frontier", from ''Dance of Death'' about his preocupation of human cloning.
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* ScienceIsBad: At least, according to Nicko, who wrote "New Frontier", from ''Dance of Death'' about his preocupation preoccupation of human cloning.

* SubliminalSeduction: In "Still Life" there's a TakeThat from the band towards the MoralGuardians.
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* SubliminalSeduction: In "Still Life" there's a TakeThat from the band towards the MoralGuardians.

* SurvivorGuilt: "Murders In The Rue Morgue" is about a guy who hears a scream, when seeking where it came from ends up seeing the victims, and is haunted by the memories. * ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: "Still Life," for one. * TitleTrack: Besides "Iron Maiden", most albums have one (even if borderline such as "Caught Somewhere In Time" and "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier").
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* SurvivorGuilt: "Murders In The in the Rue Morgue" is about a guy who hears a scream, when seeking where it came from ends up seeing the victims, and is haunted by the memories. * ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: "Still Life," Life", for one. * TitleTrack: Besides "Iron Maiden", most albums have one (even if borderline such as "Caught Somewhere In in Time" and "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier").

* WarIsHell: Many of the war-inspired songs ("The Trooper", "2 Minutes To Midnight", "Afraid to Shoot Strangers", "Paschendale", "The Longest Day", "Mother of Mercy" - for that matter, all but "Different World" in ''A Matter Of Life And Death'').
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* WarIsHell: Many of the war-inspired songs ("The Trooper", "2 Minutes To to Midnight", "Afraid to Shoot Strangers", "Paschendale", "The Longest Day", "Mother of Mercy" - for that matter, all but "Different World" in ''A Matter Of of Life And and Death'').

* ContemptibleCover: ''Dance of Death'' and ''The X Factor'' get this reaction thanks to [[ArtShift Art Shifts]] GoneHorriblyWrong. See PolygonCeiling listing on this page for the details.
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* ContemptibleCover: ''Dance of Death'' and ''The X Factor'' get this reaction thanks to [[ArtShift Art Shifts]] {{art shift}}s GoneHorriblyWrong. See PolygonCeiling listing on this page for the details.

** The cover of ''Somewhere In Time'' has a lot of Maiden references:
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** The cover of ''Somewhere In in Time'' has a lot of Maiden references:

*** "Maggie's Revenge" is a reference towards both the song and coverart of "Sanctuary", the coverart of "Women in Uniform" and, of course, Margaret Thatcher. *** Some japanese elements also reference the live album ''Maiden Japan''.
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*** "Maggie's Revenge" is a reference towards both the song and coverart cover art of "Sanctuary", the coverart cover art of "Women in Uniform" and, of course, Margaret Thatcher. *** Some japanese Japanese elements also reference the live album ''Maiden Japan''.

*** "The Sand Dune grill (IMHO)" references "To Tame A Land". There's also "Herbert Ails", reference to Frank Herbert, author of Dune, the inspiration for the song.
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*** "The Sand Dune grill (IMHO)" references "To Tame A a Land". There's also "Herbert Ails", reference to Frank Herbert, author of Dune, the inspiration for the song.

*** The clock marks 23:58 a.k.a. "2 Minutes To Midnight". Another reference is the laser eye Eddie has.
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*** The clock marks 23:58 a.k.a. "2 Minutes To to Midnight". Another reference is the laser eye Eddie has.

*** The first level references the covers for "Killers", "Iron Maiden" and "Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter" *** The second level references the covers for "The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg", "Somewhere In Time", "Powerslave", "Stranger in a Strange Land" and two blink-it-and-you'll-miss-it references to "The Final Frontier" (Eddie passes the skull in the cover near the level's end) and "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" (he passes one of Eddie's bits of flesh from that cover shortly therafter) *** The third level is basically the cover of "Run to the Hills" in animated form, plus Eddie's fatality is directly taken from the cover of the "Number of the Beast" single. Eddie comes back to life mid-fight in a manner reminiscent of the cover of "Live After Death". Plus an appearence of the Grim Reaper, which often shows up in album covers.
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*** The first level references the covers for "Killers", "Iron Maiden" and "Bring Your Daughter Daughter... to the Slaughter" *** The second level references the covers for "The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg", "Somewhere In in Time", "Powerslave", "Stranger in a Strange Land" and two blink-it-and-you'll-miss-it references to "The Final Frontier" (Eddie passes the skull in the cover near the level's end) and "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" (he passes one of Eddie's bits of flesh from that cover shortly therafter) *** The third level is basically the cover of "Run to the Hills" in animated form, plus Eddie's fatality is directly taken from the single cover of the "Number "The Number of the Beast" single.Beast". Eddie comes back to life mid-fight in a manner reminiscent of the cover of "Live After Death". Plus an appearence of the Grim Reaper, which often shows up in album covers.

** Bruce recorded with his solo band a version of "Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter" for the soundtrack of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet5TheDreamChild'' before the band reworked it for ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
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** Bruce recorded with his solo band a version of "Bring Your Daughter... To The to the Slaughter" for the soundtrack of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet5TheDreamChild'' before the band reworked it for ''No Prayer For The for the Dying''.
6th Feb '16 1:54:30 AM bt8257
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The band takes its name from a fabled medieval torture device, allegedly used to dish out {{Cruel and Unusual Death}}s to witches and the similar, as an alternative to [[BurnTheWitch burning at the stake]]. If you're ''really'' interested in how it worked, all we're going to say is that it involves a human-sized canister with a hinged lid, and a bunch of SpikesOfDoom on the inside of the lid. [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice You know where this is going]].
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The band takes its name from a fabled medieval torture device, allegedly used to dish out {{Cruel and Unusual Death}}s to witches and the similar, as an alternative to [[BurnTheWitch burning at the stake]]. If you're ''really'' interested in how it worked, all we're going to say is that it involves a human-sized canister with a hinged lid, and a bunch of SpikesOfDoom on the inside of the lid. [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice You know where this is going]].
6th Feb '16 12:10:33 AM bt8257
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* Clive Burr - drums (1979-1982, died 2013) * Paul Cairns - guitar (1978-1979) * "Blaze" Bayley Cook - lead vocals (1994-1999) * Paul Di'Anno - lead vocals (1978-1981) * ''Music/BruceDickinson'' - lead vocals, guitar (1981-1993, 1999-Present) * ''Janick Gers'' - guitar (1990-Present) * '''''[[LeadBassist Steve Harris]]''''' - bass, vocals, synthesizer, keyboard (1975-Present) * ''Michael Henry "Nicko" [=McBrain=]'' - drums, percussion (1982-Present) * ''Dave Murray'' - guitar, synthesizer (1976-1977, 1978-Present) * Doug Sampson - drums (1977-1979) * ''Adrian Smith'' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, synthesizer (1980-1990, 1999-Present) * Dennis Stratton - guitar, vocals (1979-1980)
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* Clive Burr - drums (1979-1982, (197982, died 2013) * Paul Cairns - guitar (1978-1979) (197879) * "Blaze" Bayley Cook - lead vocals (1994-1999) (199499) * Paul Di'Anno - lead vocals (1978-1981) (197881) * ''Music/BruceDickinson'' - lead vocals, guitar (1981-1993, 1999-Present) (198193, 1999) * ''Janick Gers'' - guitar (1990-Present) (1990) * '''''[[LeadBassist Steve Harris]]''''' - bass, vocals, synthesizer, keyboard (1975-Present) (1975) * ''Michael Henry "Nicko" [=McBrain=]'' - drums, percussion (1982-Present) (1982) * ''Dave Murray'' - guitar, synthesizer (1976-1977, 1978-Present) (197677, 1978) * Doug Sampson - drums (1977-1979) (197779) * ''Adrian Smith'' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, synthesizer (1980-1990, 1999-Present) (198090, 1999) * Dennis Stratton - guitar, vocals (1979-1980) (197980)

* Paul Day - lead vocals (1975-1976) * Ron Matthews - drums (1975-1977)
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* Paul Day - lead vocals (1975-1976) (197576) * Ron Matthews - drums (1975-1977)(197577)

* Tony Parsons - guitar (1978-1979)
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* Tony Parsons - guitar (1978-1979)(197879)

* Terry Rance - guitar (1975-1976) * Bob Sawyer - guitar (1976-1977) * Dave Sullivan - guitar (1975-1976) * Paul Todd - guitar (1978-1979) * Terry Wapram - guitar (1977-1978) * Dennis Wilcock - lead vocals (1976-1978)
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* Terry Rance - guitar (1975-1976) (197576) * Bob Sawyer - guitar (1976-1977) (197677) * Dave Sullivan - guitar (1975-1976) (197576) * Paul Todd - guitar (1978-1979) (197879) * Terry Wapram - guitar (1977-1978) (197778) * Dennis Wilcock - lead vocals (1976-1978) (197678)

* 1986 - ''Somewhere In Time'' * 1988 - ''Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son'' * 1990 - ''No Prayer For The Dying'' * 1992 - ''Fear Of The Dark''
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* 1986 - ''Somewhere In in Time'' * 1988 - ''Seventh Son Of A of a Seventh Son'' * 1990 - ''No Prayer For The for the Dying'' * 1992 - ''Fear Of The of the Dark''

* 2003 - ''Dance Of Death''
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* 2003 - ''Dance Of of Death''

* 2006 - ''A Matter Of Life And Death''
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* 2006 - ''A Matter Of of Life And and Death''
28th Nov '15 6:10:21 PM igordebraga
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** ''The Book of Souls'' is set to include "The Red and the Black" (13:33), "The Book of Souls" (10:27), and "The Empire of the Clouds" ('''18:01''')
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** ''The Book of Souls'' is set to include has "The Red and the Black" (13:33), "The Book of Souls" (10:27), and "The Empire "Empire of the Clouds" ('''18:01''')('''18:01'''). In fact, no songs are below 5 minutes.[[note:Though "Tears of a Clown" misses that by one second.]]

** The second part of ''Satellite 15... The Final Frontier'', too! It's also works as Facing Death With Optimism.
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** The second part of ''Satellite "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier'', Frontier", too! It's also works as Facing Death With Optimism.

Added DiffLines:
** The second part * SadClown: "Tears of ''Satellite 15... The Final Frontier'', too! It's also works as Facing Death With Optimism.a Clown" (''The Book of Souls'') is all about how Creator/RobinWilliams was one of those.
11th Nov '15 8:54:48 PM DarkSider13
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Added five man band.
Added DiffLines:
* FiveManBand: ** TheLeader: Steve ** TheLancer: Dave ** TheSmartGuy: Adrian ** TheBigGuy: Nicko ** TheHeart: Bruce ** SixthRanger: Janick
10th Nov '15 5:57:17 AM AM_NK
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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Your time will come (4x)", in "The Wicker Man", from ''Brave New World; "Freedom (4x)", in "The Clansman" from ''Virtual XI''; and "Falling Down (4x)", in "Man on the Edge", from ''The X Factor''; all choruses. And considering their tendency for Title Only Choruses, sometimes people call the songs by the chorus line.
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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Your time will come (4x)", in "The Wicker Man", from ''Brave New World; "Freedom (4x)", in "The Clansman" from ''Virtual XI''; and "Falling Down (4x)", in "Man on the Edge", from ''The X Factor''; all choruses. And considering Considering their tendency for Title Only Choruses, sometimes people call the songs by the chorus line.line (and in other times, the bridge): ** "Sanctuary from the law", for "Sanctuary", from ''Iron Maiden''. ** "Please, take me away", "Take me away", "So far away" and any combination, for "Purgatory", from ''Killers''. ** "Gonna Sing My Song", for "Drifter", from ''Killers''. ** "Livin' on a Razor's Edge" and "Balancing on a Ledge", for "The Evil That Men Do", from ''Seventh Son...''. ** "Time to live"/"Time to die" (and the combination), for "The Clairvoyant", from ''Seventh Son...''. ** "Falling Down", for "Man on the Edge", from ''The X Factor''. ** "Freedom", for "The Clansman" from ''Virtual XI''. ** "Your time will come", for "The Wicker Man", from ''Brave New World''. ** "I'm On My Way", for "Wildest Dreams", from ''Dance of Death''.
6th Nov '15 4:33:02 AM VicGeorge2011
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* ReligionRantSong: "Starblind," from ''The Final Frontier''
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* ReligionRantSong: "Starblind," from ''The Final Frontier''Frontier'' and "Holy Smoke" from ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
5th Nov '15 12:25:19 PM hamza678
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** Inverted with the hand-drawn [[http://img697.imageshack.us/img697/9310/eldorado.jpg coverart]] for the single ''El Dorado'', which many fans saw as a bad depiction of the GarbagePailKids. ''[[http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/8064/thefinalfrontiercover31.jpg The Final Frontier]]'' may be playing this straight as well.
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** Inverted with the hand-drawn [[http://img697.imageshack.us/img697/9310/eldorado.jpg coverart]] for the single ''El Dorado'', which many fans saw as a bad depiction of the GarbagePailKids.Garbage Pail Kids. ''[[http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/8064/thefinalfrontiercover31.jpg The Final Frontier]]'' may be playing this straight as well.
14th Oct '15 9:27:24 AM erforce
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** Bruce recorded with his solo band a version of "Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter" for the soundtrack of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet'' before the band reworked it for ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
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** Bruce recorded with his solo band a version of "Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter" for the soundtrack of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet'' ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet5TheDreamChild'' before the band reworked it for ''No Prayer For The Dying''.
11th Oct '15 6:47:08 PM AM_NK
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* EarlyBirdCameo:
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* EarlyBirdCameo:EarthShatteringPoster: For the ''World Piece Tour'' of 1983 and the ''Early Days Tour'' of 2005. * EveryEpisodeEnding: The last song before the encore is always "Iron Maiden", which also marks the entrance of an Eddie on stage. * {{Foreshadowing}}:

* EarlyBirdCameo:** Adrian composed "22 Acacia Avenue" while he was in Urchin. The final version is different from this one.

* EarthShatteringPoster: For the ''World Piece Tour'' of 1983 and the ''Early Days Tour'' of 2005. * EveryEpisodeEnding: The last song before the encore is always "Iron Maiden", which also marks the entrance of an Eddie on stage.
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