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Maiden England [VINYL] Import


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  • Vinyl (26 Mar 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ume
  • ASIN: B00BD4K4L2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 11 Oct 2013
Format: Audio CD
1987 was a transition year for me. For years I was a massive Iron Maiden fan with the annual ritual of the single release, the album and the second single release being part of the routine of life. Then out of the blue came Queensryche with Rage For Order and then, more importantly, Operation Mindcrime. This earth shattering concept album hit the streets almost at the same time as Iron Maiden's Seventh Son and the contrast between the two led to this being the last Iron Maiden studio album that I bought. Both were concept albums, but that was the only direct link between them. Mindcrime was all about gritty real - world themes like murder, prostitution, sex, anti-religion (Catholic), seedy US politics whilst Seventh Son was all cartoon religious themes (good, evil, seven deadly sins, the Whore of Babylon, angels, chosen ones and other such childish flim flam) - the concept, like the cover on the album, was all a bit ridiculous. I did manage a last Maiden gig on this tour, but the sight of an eight foot tall eddie wobbling around the stage, which was decked out in plastic iceburgs, sealed the deal for me - it was time to move on and grow up (frankly, Queensryche performing Mindcrime at Nottingham Rock city was one of the best gigs of my life).

Roll on a decade or two and this live album from that tour has finally been released on CD. Conscious that I may have been a bit harsh as an opinionated youngster, I thought I'd buy it and see if I had been wrong about the Seventh Son tracks all this time. The answer is, yes I was (almost).
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. W. Howarth on 25 Mar 2013
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
This is a great concert and features some classic 80s tracks that have not been played frequently (if at all) since and is worth buying for old and new maiden fans alike. This tour is great because although has been released abridged before, never has it been presented in such a glorious package. I highly recommend the deluxe gatefold vinyl for its glorious full size artwork, its a beauty to behold. Back to old skool Eddie too!!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By steve on 27 Mar 2013
Format: Audio CD
As a 15 year old i went to the sunday night of this concert, on a coach down from yorkshire. I fell asleep in english class the following morning and was expecting a right royal telling off when my teacher woke me up. Imagine my shock when i explained id had a late night and she replied that she was there as well, and the jammy cow had even caught a drum stick ( cheers miss dale).
Any way, what an album, what a performance and here's to Download later this year when they are playing most of these tracks again.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 Mar 2013
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At last a full and proper release for one of the best, most, sought after Maiden concerts,i've had this since the original vhs/cd package was released as part of the 'sound and vision' series,alongside the likes of Marillion/Black Sabbath.

For the first time all the tracks are part of the CD release,now a double disc,the missing encores and tracks only previously available on the video.

Sound quality is improved significantly on this edition,the full potency of Maiden in full flight,i've always believed this tour (and) release are easiliy the equal of 'LIVE AFTER DEATH',finally this edition confirms it.Highlights for me will always be the 'Seventh Son' tracks,here they sound superb while the lesser played tracks such as 'Killers' are a welcome addition.

I cant recommend this high enough, Maiden in all their pomp,worth every penny.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P.D.Nash on 24 Feb 2014
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An Iron Maiden concert from November 1988 during the Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son Tour so naturally that album figures heavily in the set list with 6 songs - Infinite, Seventh, Can I, Evil, Moonchild, Clairvoyant. SSOASS is, in my opinion, Maiden's last great album. The rest of the set is made up of classic Maiden cuts - 'Wasted Years', 'Killers' .... in fact, older Iron Maiden fans will have those songs already as they previously appeared on the 12" of 'Infinite Dreams' (live) along with 'Still Life'. A video of this very performance was released as 'Maiden England' way back in 1989. The gig is a mixed bag, the first half barring 'Die With Their Boots On', is largely excellent but unfortunately Bruce's 'air-raid siren' voice starts dying on him during the second half especially during 'Hallowed Be Thy Name'. Apparently, Bruce had the flu which explains why he can't reach those notes. However, musically the album is imperious - Harris's galloping bass, Nico's precise, powerful drumming, Dave and Adrian's complimentary guitars etc. It seems odd that they released this when there was a perfectly good gig from the same tour with virtually the same set-list where Bruce had no vocal problems ... and that was Donington 88', one of the best headline shows at Donington and much better than the later released Donington 92'. I taped Donington 88' off the 'Friday Rock Show' and it was so good I kept it for many years afterwards. It's definitely out there somewhere as part of it was released as Iron Maiden BBC Archives and my old 12 inch of 'The Clairvoyant' (live) has 'The Prisoner' and 'Heaven Can Wait' live at Donington 88'. Anyway, you can't realistically compare Maiden England 88' to 'Live After Death', one of the greatest live albums ever made, but it is an interesting document of the time especially for those that were there. 3.5 stars.
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