Just as punk was mutating into new wave and the '70s were coming to a close, Iron Maiden came onto the British music scene as part of a movement known as the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal. Named for a medieval torture instrument, Iron Maiden was founded by bass player Steve Harris and released their self-titled debut in 1980. ...See Full Description
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||Iron Maiden's First and Best Album|
From start to finish, this album is absolutely phenomenal. It manages to perfectly blend Maiden's future, heavy-metal style with a more back-to-basics punk sound.
By CD_Music_Freak (Earth)
This album is GREAT prowler is an all time classic that is by far my favorite on the album Remember Tomorrow, wow the coolest and most mysterious intro ever, until it breaks into the heavy parts, then its SWEET! Running Free, What a great song, still played at many iron maiden gigs today, different feel tho i must say Phantom of the Opera, the greatest maiden riff and solo of all time remain on this song Strange world; well... it is strange, different feel to the song Sanctuary.
By Evan Simpson (Winnipeg, MB, CAN)
||would be five if not for production|
Every song is a classic. Sound is not that great, even by early 80's standards. Still a must have!
By rob (buffalo)
This is the album that started it all for Maiden. Every song on here is a classic, I especially like remember tomorrow, running free, phantom of the opera, and Iron Maiden.
By whitedevil0690 (Slinger, Wisconsin)
I've been a maiden fan from the beginning but kind of lost interest after piece of mind. Clive Burr (drums) has got to be one of the greatest.
By R.I.X. Drummer Of AMARANTHYNE (Pasadena, Maryland)
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|CD Universe Part number||3021393|
|Release Date||Mar 26, 2002|
|Recording Time||40 minutes|
|Additional Info||Enhanced CD|
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