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Iron Maiden

Known for such powerful hits as "Two Minutes to Midnight" and "The Trooper," Iron Maiden are one of heavy metal's most influential bands. They're also one of metal's most enduring and distinctive acts, thanks to their melodic guitars, ambitious songwriting, powerhouse vocalist Bruce Dickinson, and iconic mascot Eddie. One of the first groups to be classified as "British metal," Iron Maiden helped set the rock scene for the '80s and inspired generations of subsequent bands, including Metallica, Dream Theater, Slipknot, In Flames, and Avenged Sevenfold. Despite a lack of radio airplay or mainstream media support, early allegations of Satanism, and a revolving lineup, they have remained consistently popular throughout their career.

Iron Maiden were formed in 1975 in Leyton, East London by bassist Steve Harris, formerly of the band Smiler. The group's lineup was volatile during its early years, but eventually settled on drummer Doug Sampson, guitarist Dave Murray, and vocalist Paul Di'Anno in 1978. Late that year, this incarnation of the band recorded a four-song demo and circulated it to club owners and others involved in the London scene, including the group's soon-to-be manager Ron Smallwood. The demo's popularity led Iron Maiden to self-release it as 1979's The Soundhouse Tapes EP, which soon sold out its 5,000-copy run. After scoring a deal with EMI, the band enlisted a second guitarist, Dennis Stratton. Late in 1979, Sampson departed due to health issues and former Samson drummer Clive Burr took his place behind the kit. The band's self-titled debut arrived in 1980; though it was recorded in a hurry, it was nonetheless a U.K. hit due to the single "Running Free." Its 1981 follow-up, Killers, had a harder approach thanks in part to producer Martin Birch -- with whom the group worked until his 1992 retirement -- and also saw the replacement of Stratton with Murray's childhood friend Adrian Smith.

Due to substance abuse issues, Di'Anno was dismissed from Iron Maiden after the Killer World Tour in 1981. His replacement was Bruce Dickinson, another former Samson member who joined that September and made his recorded debut with the band on 1982's groundbreaking The Number of the Beast. Boasting songs such as the title track and "Hallowed Be Thy Name," it became known as one of the all-time great rock albums. Though it was the band's first chart-topping album in the U.K. and was a Top Ten seller in several other countries, Christian activists and conservative politicians in America claimed the band was Satanic (which Iron Maiden denied). Nevertheless, The Number of the Beast's success made Iron Maiden international superstars, and despite the replacement of Burr with former Trust drummer Nicko McBrain, they changed very little of their style on 1983's Piece of Mind. The band undertook two major tours before recording 1984's Powerslave, which would go on to be another cult hit and featured the 13-minute epic "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," which was inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem. The product of Powerslave's 11-month tour was 1985's Live After Death, a double-live album featuring their biggest hit singles.

Now established as a powerful and unique metal band, Iron Maiden experimented on their long-awaited 1986 album, Somewhere in Time, incorporating synthesized bass and guitar and futuristic themes. They continued to expand their sound and subject matter with 1988's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. Another concept album featuring the singles "The Evil That Men Do" and "The Clairvoyant," as well as the band's first use of keyboards, it was Maiden's most critically acclaimed album since The Number of the Beast. After that album's release, Smith and Dickinson worked on their own projects: Smith's album with his band ASAP arrived in 1989, while Dickinson's solo album, Tattooed Millionaire, appeared the following year.

When Iron Maiden reconvened to work on a new album, Smith left over creative differences; ex-Gillan guitarist Janick Gers, who played on Tattooed Millionaire, joined the fold for 1990's No Prayer for the Dying. A return to the band's stripped-down sound of the early '80s, it gave Iron Maiden their first number one U.K. single with "Bring Your Daughter...To the Slaughter." At the end of the band's 1991 tour, Dickinson expressed his desire to leave and work on his own music. However, he recorded another album, 1992's Fear of the Dark, and toured with the band, ultimately leaving in 1993. That year, two live albums were released: A Real Live One, which focused on their contemporaneous hit singles, and A Real Dead One, which featured Maiden's classic songs.

Iron Maiden took some time off after Dickinson's departure, returning with 1995's The X Factor, which featured new singer and ex-Wolfsbane member Blaze Bayley. While the record didn't perform as well commercially as some of its predecessors, it was still a success in England. Its follow-up, 1998's Virtual XI, was one of the band's lowest-selling albums; in addition, Bayley was having issues with his voice, and he left Iron Maiden early in 1999. Soon after, Dickinson and Smith returned to the group, who released the ambitious, Kevin Shirley-produced Brave New World the following year.

Iron Maiden remained reinvigorated throughout the 2000s, touring and recording almost as consistently as they did in the '80s. They reunited with Shirley for 2003's critically acclaimed Dance of Death, which was inspired by battles ranging from the conquering of a 13th century Cathar stronghold ("Montségur") to a notable World War I campaign ("Paschendale"). The Rainmaker EP, as well as the live DVDs History of Iron Maiden, Pt. 1: The Early Days and Raising Hell, followed in 2004. Sanctuary put out the two-disc The Essential Iron Maiden in 2005 to coincide with their gig co-headlining an Ozzfest tour with Black Sabbath, which the band left due to a series of confrontations with Ozzy's wife/manager, Sharon. Another live set, Death on the Road, appeared in September of 2005, shortly before Iron Maiden returned to the studio to work on their 14th album. The results were 2006's A Matter of Life and Death, the band's first album to enter the Top Ten of the Billboard 200. Three years later, Iron Maiden released the soundtrack for the film Flight 666, a documentary/concert film recorded in 16 different cities during Maiden's first leg of their 2008 Somewhere Back in Time World Tour, which saw the band traveling in a customized Boeing 747 (called Ed Force One) flown by Dickinson, who is also a licensed pilot.

Iron Maiden worked with Shirley once again on 2010's The Final Frontier, which reached the top of the charts in 28 countries and earned the band a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance for the single "El Dorado." It was followed in 2012 by En Vivo!, a live video/album filmed at Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile in April 2011. In 2013, the band began work on its 16th studio album, with plans to release it in 2015. Though the album was completed, the discovery of cancerous tumors on Dickinson's tongue and neck in late 2014 slowed things down. He underwent rigorous chemotherapy.

He was declared cancer free in May of 2015. Iron Maiden put the finishing touches on the album and issued the video pre-release single "Speed of Light" in August. The 92-minute, double-length album Book of Souls followed in September. ~ Barry Weber & Heather Phares
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Selected Discography


Track List: Maiden England '88

Disc 1

1. Moonchild (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

2. The Evil That Men Do (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

3. The Prisoner (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

4. Still Life (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

5. Die With Your Boots On (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

6. Infinite Dreams (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

7. Killers (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

8. Can I Play With Madness (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

9. Heaven Can Wait (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

10. Wasted Years (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

Disc 2

1. The Clairvoyant (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

2. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

3. The Number Of The Beast (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

4. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

5. Iron Maiden (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

6. Run To The Hills (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

7. Running Free (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)

8. Sanctuary (Live At Birmingham NEC 1988)


Track List: The Final Frontier (Mission Edition)

1. Satellite 15....The Final Frontier

2. El Dorado

3. Mother Of Mercy

4. Coming Home

5. The Alchemist

6. Isle Of Avalon

7. Starblind

8. The Talisman

9. The Man Who Would Be King

10. When The Wild Wind Blows


Track List: Flight 666 The Original Soundtrack (Live)

Disc 1

1. Churchill's Speech (Live)

2. Aces High (Live)

3. 2 Minutes To Midnight (Live)

4. Revelations (Live)

5. The Trooper (Live)

6. Wasted Years (Live)

7. The Number Of The Beast (Live)

8. Can I Play With Madness (Live)

9. Rime Of The Ancient Mariner (Live)

Disc 2

1. Powerslave (Saprissa Stadium/San Jose, Costa Rica February 26, 2008) (Live)

2. Heaven Can Wait (Palmeiras Stadium/Sao Paulo, Brazil March 2, 2008) (Live)

3. Run To The Hills (Simon Bolivar Park/Bogota, Colombia February 28, 2008) (Live)

4. Fear Of The Dark (Ferrocarril Oeste Stadium/Buenos Aires, Argentina March 7, 2008) (Live)

5. Iron Maiden (Pista Atletica/Santiago, Chile March 9, 2008) (Live)

6. Moonchild (Coliseo De Puerto Rico/San Juan, Puerto Rico March 12, 2008) (Live)

7. The Clairvoyant (Pedreira Paulo Leminski/Curitiba, Brazil March 4, 2008) (Live)

8. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Air Canada Centre/Toronto, Canada March 16, 2008) (Live)


Track List: Somewhere Back In Time: The Best Of 1980-1989

1. Churchill Speech

2. Aces High (Live)

3. 2 Minutes To Midnight

4. The Trooper

5. Wasted Years

6. Children Of The Damned

7. The Number Of The Beast

8. Run To The Hills

9. Phantom Of The Opera (Live)

10. The Evil That Men Do

11. Wrathchild (Live)

12. Can I Play With Madness

13. Powerslave

14. Hallowed Be Thy Name

15. Iron Maiden (Live)


Track List: A Matter Of Life And Death

1. Different World

2. These Colours Don't Run

3. Brighter Than A Thousand Suns

4. The Pilgrim

5. The Longest Day

6. Out Of The Shadows

7. The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg

8. For The Greater Good Of God

9. Lord Of Light

10. The Legacy


Track List: The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg

1. The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg


Track List: Death On The Road (Live)

Disc 1

1. Wildest Dreams (Live)

2. Wrathchild (Live)

3. Can I Play With Madness (Live)

4. The Trooper (Live)

5. Dance Of Death (Live)

6. Rainmaker (Live)

7. Brave New World (Live)

8. Paschendale (Live)

9. Lord Of The Flies (Live)

Disc 2

1. No More Lies (Live)

2. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Live)

3. Fear Of The Dark (Live 2003)

4. Iron Maiden (Live)

5. Journeyman (Live)

6. The Number Of The Beast (Live)

7. Run To The Hills (Live)


Track List: The Essential Iron Maiden (CD 1)

Disc 1

1. Paschendale

2. Rainmaker

3. The Wicker Man

4. Brave New World

5. Futureal

6. The Clansman

7. Sign Of The Cross

8. Man On The Edge

9. Be Quick Or Be Dead

10. Fear Of The Dark (Live)

11. Holy Smoke

12. Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter

13. The Clairvoyant

Disc 2

1. The Evil That Men Do

2. Wasted Years

3. Heaven Can Wait

4. 2 Minutes To Midnight

5. Aces High

6. Flight Of Icarus

7. The Trooper

8. The Number Of The Beast

9. Run To The Hills

10. Wrathchild

11. Killers

12. Phantom Of The Opera

13. Running Free (Live)

14. Iron Maiden (Live)


Track List: Dance Of Death

1. Wildest Dreams

2. Rainmaker

3. No More Lies

4. Montsegur

5. Dance Of Death

6. Gates Of Tomorrow

7. New Frontier

8. Paschendale

9. Face In The Sand

10. Age Of Innocence

11. Journeyman


Track List: A Real Live One (Live)

1. Be Quick Or Be Dead (Live)

2. From Here To Eternity (Live)

3. Can I Play With Madness (Live)

4. Wasting Love (Live)

5. Tailgunner (Live)

6. The Evil That Men Do (Live)

7. Afraid To Shoot Strangers (Live)

8. Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter (Live)

9. Heaven Can Wait (Live)

10. The Clairvoyant (Live)

11. Fear Of The Dark (A Real Live One)


Track List: Fear Of The Dark

1. Be Quick Or Be Dead

2. From Here To Eternity

3. Afraid To Shoot Strangers

4. Fear Is The Key

5. Childhood's End

6. Wasting Love

7. The Fugitive

8. Chains Of Misery

9. The Apparation

10. Judas Be My Guide

11. Weekend Warrior

12. Fear Of The Dark


Track List: No Prayer For The Dying

1. Tailgunner

2. Holy Smoke

3. No Prayer For The Dying

4. Public Enema Number One

5. Fates Warning

6. The Assassin

7. Run Silent Run Deep

8. Hooks In You

9. Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter

10. Mother Russia


Track List: Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

Disc 1

1. Moonchild

2. Infinite Dreams

3. Can I Play With Madness

4. The Evil That Men Do

5. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

6. The Prophecy

7. The Clairvoyant

8. Only The Good Die Young

Disc 2

Track List: Somewhere In Time

Disc 1

1. Caught Somewhere In Time

2. Wasted Years

3. Sea of Madness

4. Heaven Can Wait

5. The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner

6. Stranger In A Strange Land

7. De Ja Vu

8. Alexander The Great

Disc 2

Track List: Live After Death

Disc 1

1. Intro: Churchill's Speech (Live)

2. Wrathchild (Live)

3. Aces High (Live)

4. 22 Acacia Avenue (Live)

5. 2 Minutes To Midnight (Live)

6. Children Of The Damned (Live)

7. The Trooper (Live)

8. Die With Your Boots On (Live)

9. Revelations (Live)

10. Phantom Of The Opera (Live)

11. Flight Of Icarus (Live)

12. Rime Of The Ancient Mariner (Live)

13. Powerslave (Live)

14. The Number Of The Beast (Live)

15. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Live)

16. Iron Maiden (Live)

17. Run To The Hills (Live)

18. Running Free (Live)

Disc 2

Track List: Powerslave

1. Aces High

2. 2 Minutes To Midnight

3. Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)

4. Flash Of The Blade

5. The Duellists

6. Back In The Village

7. Powerslave

8. Rime Of The Ancient Mariner


Track List: Piece Of Mind

1. Where Eagles Dare

2. Revelations

3. Flight Of Icarus

4. Die With Your Boots On

5. The Trooper

6. Still Life

7. Quest For Fire

8. Sun And Steel

9. To Tame A Land


Track List: The Number Of The Beast

1. Invaders

2. Children Of The Damned

3. The Prisoner

4. 22 Acacia Avenue

5. The Number Of The Beast

6. Run To The Hills

7. Gangland

8. Total Eclipse

9. Hallowed Be Thy Name


Track List: Killers

1. The Ides Of March

2. Wrathchild

3. Murders In The Rue Morgue

4. Another Life

5. Genghis Khan

6. Innocent Exile

7. Killers

8. Prodigal Son

9. Purgatory

10. Twilight Zone

11. Drifter


Track List: Iron Maiden

1. Prowler

2. Sanctuary

3. Remember Tomorrow

4. Running Free

5. Phantom Of The Opera

6. Transylvania

7. Strange World

8. Charlotte The Harlot

9. Iron Maiden


Track List: Brave New World

1. The Wicker Man

2. Ghost Of The Navigator

3. Brave New World

4. Blood Brothers

5. The Mercenary

6. Dream Of Mirrors

7. The Fallen Angel

8. The Nomad

9. Out Of The Silent Planet

10. The Thin Line Between Love And Hate


Track List: El Dorado (Radio Single)

1. El Dorado


Track List: Speed Of Light (Single)

2. Speed Of Light


Track List: The Book Of Souls

1. If Eternity Should Fail

2. Death Or Glory

3. Shadows Of The Valley

4. The Great Unknown

5. Tears Of A Clown

6. The Red And The Black

7. The Man Of Sorrows

8. When The River Runs Deep

9. Empire Of The Clouds

10. The Book Of Souls


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F**kin 666 man
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Hallowed B Thy Name,, Classic Maiden.. UP THE IRONS ppl.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Kimo3382,, update dude Metallica is an amazing band but u need 2 get ur facts straight. The Metal God is JUDAS PRIEST.. There wouldn't b Metallica if it wasn't for the The Mighty Priest. (Rob Halford) He's the Godfather Of Metal my friend. Just my opinion... But I gotta lot of ppl that will agree.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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I was there on the last day they toured ozzfest. Sharon tried to sabotage their set by cutting off the power, throwing milk and eggs at them. But one thing that has always stuck with me and gives me chills just thinking about it was when they cut the power while they were playing running free and crowd finished the last minute of the song. Despite all they tried to do to ruin their set, it takes the #1 spot on my concert experiences. Thank you Iron Maiden!
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I GREW UP on this BAND BUT THEY DO NOT EVEN Compare to The METAL GODS- METALLICA! I do all the words tho! Told ya GROOT, even SONGS U Don't like, the words stick with U lol!
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ah..... live sounds just like studio
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killers is a great one
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why is pink floyd on IM?
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To Tame a Land

Much awesome
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oh Mr. Crowly
such goodness
amazing Ozzy
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yes Mr. Crowley
such goodness
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why the ffuucckk are their so many tribute bands????
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tribute bands get off this plz. ..
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Vincent Prices intro couldn't be better 4 this Classic Maiden tune. UP THE IRONS... ROCK ON EVERYONE
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The Fallen Angel,,, Classic Maiden. Agreed 2 mins til midnight is my all time favorite Maiden,, but there all great tunes. Bruce get well.... UP THE IRONS... ROCK ON EVERYONE
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2 f**king minuets to midnight

actually life
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pretty awesome
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The Evil That Men Do... F**kin-A.... UP THE IRONS ppl. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Aces High,, Classic Maiden another one of my all time favorite.... UP THE IRONS!!!! Wat an amazing tune.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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ONE OF THA' BEST SONG'S they've EVER DONE. !!!!!����.
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UP THE IRONS!!!! Saw them for the 15th in Denver this year! Still KICKN A**!!!!
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So wtf...MAIDEN is great...* all ur little bands would have never existed...
(Not how they r now...anyway s ) ...
If it was not 4 MAIDEN ...
Then ...w/ Dickinson joining b4. # /am after o k well as Priest...
Influencing 1 another ...on that 1st tour...
2 make the 2 best bands in metal c l u d i n g dual guitars(the way they r used-especia l l y MAIDEN) 2 singers...w/ probably a slight nod 2 Rob(JP)!!!!! ! ! ! !
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Best metal band ever
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Bring back PAUL Di'ANNO - he's available and Bruce is getting too big for his own BRITches. F*ck him for talking shite about Halford! KILLERS forever!
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Well then u guys need 2 go to u tube an ck out the Maiden / Priest concert now that's f**kin mind blowing,, general admission an nothing but Bruce an the Metal God....... F**kin sweeeet.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Only The Good Die Young,,,, Bruce ur in all our prayers an ur legend carries on.... UP THE IRONS ppl... ROCK ON EVERYONE
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There so amazing
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Best Metal Band Ever! Up the Irons! \_/ \_/
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No matter what or who ur doin,when MAIDEN hits da OHMS,u stop n listen!!!!!! Dey r dat type of OHM blowers!!!!! Ive blowd a many of speaks on dare behalf!!!!! EDDIE FOREVER FOREVER EDDIE!!!!!
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2016 Maiden at the Forum in Los Angeles Book of Souls world tour was epic beyond words. On my feet all the way fist pumping good.
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my very first concert was them! changed my life
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Iron Maiden,, live... Classic.... UP THE IRONS ppl. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Dream Theater made a cover album of Maiden, as an official bootleg. I highly recommend it. Not available here though.
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The Wicker Man,,, Classic Maiden.. UP THE IRONS. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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2 Mins To Midnight,, Classic Maiden,, one of my faves... UP THE IRONS... ROCK ON EVERYONE
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The Prisoner,,, Classic Maiden,,, best f**kin concert with the Godfather Of Metal... Ppl thats Metal,,,, UP THE IRONS.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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No, I'll admit, who the F**k is this!??
DAMN, I knew Bruce wasn't the first Singer so this must be it!
WOW. JUST WOW, never heard this, seen this, Knew this existed! Very cool!
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Yep, Obituary and Vader--two great bands that have NOTHING to do with a discussion of Iron Maiden.
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Correction :YouTube.
Now Obituary is just one example of superiority over I'm.
One more example is Vader.
Now go back to YT and watch Vader - And blood was shed in Warsaw Poland.
After you see these fine examples of superiority you all will agree that IM is garbage.
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Wow.. Just look at the little band of groupies pulling each others puds in fantasy land.
IM does NOT put on the best show nor are they the best band. Not even close in either regard.
Now go take your meds and then go to RUn and watch Obituary - best live performance show in 2015
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Rainmaker,,, This one's 4 u KK my friend.. UP THE IRONS. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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One of my first concerts growing up with these guys one of my all time the irons!
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One of the best's song ever
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Greatest Metal Band and singer after "Dio" ofcource \m/
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Sun an Steel,, Classic Maiden.. UP THE IRONS. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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I agree, no comparison whatsoever.
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