Iron Maiden Reissuing First Eight Albums On Vinyl

 


Iron Maiden
fans will want to run to their local record store this fall.

Announced on their official website, the first eight Maiden records will be newly pressed and have a roll-out release on October 14th, October 28th and November 25th.  Each album will be pressed from the original analogue masters onto 180g black vinyl.  In addition to the LPs, each release date will also bring a series of limited-run 7” singles.  (Album/single release specifics can be found below.)

The first date of the Maiden reissue roll-out will also feature a special edition collector’s box that comes with the first three albums, which is also sized to hold all eight albums.

For Maiden fans whose original vinyl albums have seen better days, this is the perfect time to update your record collection.  As for fans that may have discovered the band through cassettes or CDs, what better way to appreciate Eddie in all his glory than on vinyl!

For more details on this catalog re-release, go to IronMaiden.com.

Iron Maiden – LP/Single Reissues

October 14th

LPs - Iron Maiden, Killers, The Number Of The Beast
Singles – “Running Free” b/w “Burning Ambition,” “Sanctuary” b/w “Drifter (Live) and I’ve Got The Fire (Live),” “Women In Uniform” b/w “Invasion,” “Twilight Zone”/”Wrathchild” double A side, “Purgatory” b/w “Genghis Khan,” “Run To The Hills” b/w “Total Eclipse,” “The Number Of The Beast” b/w “Remember Tomorrow (Live)”

October 28th

LPs - Piece Of Mind, Powerslave, Live After Death
Singles – “Flight Of Icarus” b/w “I’ve Got The Fire,” “The Trooper” b/w “Cross-Eyed Mary,” “2 Minutes To Midnight” b/w “Rainbow’s Gold,” “Aces High” b/w “King Of Twilight,” “Running Free (Live)” b/w “Sanctuary (Live),” “Run To The Hills (Live)” b/w “Phantom Of The Opera (Live)”

November 25th

LPs – Somewhere In Time, Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Singles – “Wasted Years” b/w “Reach Out,” “Stranger In A Strange Land” b/w “That Girl,” “Can I Play With Madness” b/w “Black Bart Blues,” “The Evil That Men Do” b/w “Prowler ’88,” “The Clairvoyant” b/w “The Prisoner (Live),” “Infinite Dreams (Live)” b/w “Killers (Live)” 



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