1: Prowler: As the firt song many maidenites heard, this is a crucial song in their career, and one that doesn't dissapoint. this is proper metal, with a slight punkish tint, but definatley NOT PUNK. Also there is a great solo by dave murray
2: Sancturary: Originally only as a non album single, but is on the remastered CD version. mainly one riff, the studio version sounds slightly flat thanks to lukewarm production, but the song comes alive on stage.
3: Remember tommorow: more of a ballad type song, but better than the usual 'i love you' crap thanks to Great guitar work.
4: Running free: As a first single, this one was always going to be the catchy commercial one. Running free accomplishes this perfectly, without shedding its obviously metal skin.
5: Phantom of the opera: If theres one thing maiden are famous for, it's epics lasting 6:30 or longer. This one has some truly inspired guitar work andset the standard for epics like rime of the aincent mariner and sighn of the cross.
6: Transylvania: Continuing on from phantom of the opera would always be a tricky act, so the best idea was to put on an instrumental that continued the same atmosphere, as a pleasant comedown from the albums majestic centrepiece.
7: Strange world: Similar in style to remember tomorrow, yet softer, more subtle and more atteneion to detail.
8: Charlotte the harlot: With a name like this, you can tell that no-one really expected anything more than a gimmicky pop song, but they were wrong. This one is short and catchy, but also a highlight with good guitar work and punk edged metal type riffs.
9: Iron maiden: The closer of an album of this calibre must be something special, and is accomplished perfectly with this anthemic piece, which maiden have played at every show ever to date.