Maiden England is a live album and DVD by heavy metal group Iron Maiden.
It was recorded at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, England in November 1988 during the band’s Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son World Tour.
A video of the concerts was released in 1989 with a CD release in 1994. The DVD and CD have been re-released with extra songs in 2013
Iron Maiden Maiden England
2. The Evil That Men Do
3. The Prisoner
4. Still Life
5. Die With Your Boots On
6. Infinite Dreams
8. Can I Play With Madness
9. Heaven Can Wait
10. Wasted Years
1. The Clairvoyant
2. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
3. The Number of the Beast
4. Hallowed Be Thy Name
5. Iron Maiden
6. Run to the Hills
7. Running Free
Playing on the album are:
Bruce Dickinson – lead vocals
Dave Murray – lead & rhythm guitars,
Adrian Smith – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals,
Steve Harris – bass guitar, backing vocals
Nicko McBrain – drums
Plus a keyboard player, Michael Kenney.
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Buying Maiden England
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- Amazon.com as a DVD, CD or mp3
- Amazon.co.uk as a DVD, CD or mp3
- iTunes as a digital download
- eBay as a CD or DVD
It’s still worth checking around on the websites to make sure that there isn’t a more up-to-date or less expensive option.
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