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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 4:26


For band info, bio, and discography please refer to the Metal Archives or the band's homepage. We don't post official recordings of major bands. This thread is only for rare material and/or bootlegs.

Bootlegs posted:

1979 - Live at The Ruskin Arms (Ruskin Arms pub, London, UK - October 5th, 1979)
1980 - Leiden 1980 (Groenoord Hallen, Leiden, Netherlands - October 5th 1980)
1981 - Killing Time (Nijmegen, The Netherlands - April 28th, 1981)
1981 - Maiden America (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - June 26th, 1981)
1981 - Paul's Last Gig (Lund, Sweden - Sept, 10 1981)
1983 - Iron Maiden (UK) - Piece Offering (Ipswich, UK - May 8, 1983)
1986 - The Greediness (Hanover Germany, November 22, 1986)
1986 - Children Of The Devil (Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy - December 16th, 1986)


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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Maiden America (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA June,26th, 1981)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 4:30


Iron Maiden - Maiden America

Format: Bootleg
Venue: Summerfest Festival
Where: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
How: Soundboard
When: June 26th, 1981
Bitrate: 320 kbps

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Tracklist:

01 - The Ides Of March
02 - Sanctuary
03 - Purgatory
04 - Wrathchild
05 - Remember Tomorrow
06 - Another Life
07 - Genghis Khan
08 - Killers
09 - Innocent Exile
10 - Twilight Zone
11 - Murders In The Rue Morgue
12 - Phantom Of The Opera
13 - Iron Maiden
14 - Running Free
15 - Transylvania
16 - Drifter

Lineup:

Paul Di'Anno - Vocals
Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitars
Adrian Smith - Guitars
Clive Burr - Drums

Notes: In February of 1981 Iron Maiden launched the “Killer’s World Tour” in support of the “Killers” album. During this period Adrian Smith was added to the band on lead and rhythm guitar replacing Dennis Stratton. This release is sourced from the 97 WLPX radio broadcast of their first United States tour. Some sites have this show listed as being played on June 22 instead of the 26th. This is an excellent concert with Paul Di’Anno upfront in the mix. Sadly because of substance abuse he would be fired during this tour and replaced by Bruce Dickinson who performed his first Maiden show on October 26th 1981 at the Palasport in Bolonga, Italy. What we have here is one of his last concerts and from the sounds of the band and audience a very impressive one.
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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Paul's Last Gig (Lund, Sweden - Sept, 10 1981)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 6:36


Iron Maiden - Paul's Last Gig [bootleg]

Format: Live Bootleg
Location: Lund, Sweden
Date: Sept, 10 1981
Recording Source: Audience
Rip Source: CD
Bitrate: 160 kbps

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Tracklist:

01 - The Ides Of March
02 - Sanctuary
03 - Purgatory
04 - Wrathchild
05 - Twilight Zone
06 - Remember Tomorrow
07 - Genghis Khan
08 - Killers
09 - Another Life/Drum Solo
10 - Innocent Exile
11 - Running Free
12 - Murders In The Rue Morgue
13 - Phantom Of The Opera
14 - Iron Maiden
15 - Transylania
16 - Guitar Solo
17 - Drifter
18 - Prowler

Note: This is supposed to be the last concert Paul Di'Anno did with Iron Maiden. The sound is shitty, what can you expect with a bootleg? But hey it is Metal history!
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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Live at The Ruskin Arms (Ruskin Arms pub, London, UK - October 5th, 1979)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 6:50


Iron Maiden - Live at Ruskin Arms 1979

Location: Ruskin Arms pub, London, UK
Date: October 5th, 1979
Recording Source: Audience
Rip Source: CD
Bitrate: 128 kbps

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Tracklist:

01 - The Ides of March
02 - Wrathchild
03 - Sanctuary
04 - Prowler
05 - Remember Tomorrow
06 - Running Free
07 - Another Life
08 - Transylvania
09 - Strange World
10 - Invasion
11 - Charlotte The Harlot
12 - Phantom Of The Opera
13 - Iron Maiden
14 - Innocent Exile
15 - Tony Parsons Solo/Dave Murray Solo
16 - Drifter
17 - I've Got The Fire

Line Up:

Paul Di'Anno - Vocals
Steve Harris - Bass
Dave Murray - Guitar
Tony Parsons - Guitar
Doug Simpson - Drums

Yep, the famous Ruskin Arms! The home base of Iron Maiden when they started. On some album covers you still see the name appearing like on the 'Somewhere In Time' album. As far as I know the pub doesn't exist anymore but I might be mistaken.
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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Killing Time (Nijmegen, The Netherlands - April 28th, 1981)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 7:07


Iron Maiden - Nijmegen 1981

Country: UK
Year: 1981
Style: Heavy Metal
Format: Radio Bootleg
Where: Nijmegen, The Netherlands
When: April 28th, 1981
Bitrate: 128 kbps

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Tracklist:

01 - Genghis Khan
02 - Killers
03 - Purgatory
04 - Sanctuary
05 - Remember Tomorrow
06 - Twilight Zone
07 - Phantom Of The Opera
08 - Iron Maiden
09 - Transylvania
10 - Drifter

This is a great sounding bootleg. Was recorded for the Dutch radio. I think it was for the KRO or for the VARA channel. I remember listening to it. Moreover, the day before this I have seen them in Leiden with as support act the band "More" with co-incendentaly featured a previous singer of Maiden! Paul Mario Day.

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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Leiden 1980 (Groenoord Hallen, Leiden, Netherlands - October 5th 1980)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 7:30


Iron Maiden - Leiden 1980

Format: Bootleg
Style: NWOBHM, Heavy Metal
Bitrate: 128 kbps
Where: Groenoord Hallen, Leiden, Netherlands
When: October 5th 1980
How: Audience

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Tracklist:

01 - Ides Of March
02 - Wrathchild
03 - Prowler
04 - Charlotte The Harlot
05 - Remember Tomorrow

Note: This is a bit special to me. This is the first time i saw Iron Maiden.
What a great concert it was!!! They where as a support act for... guess what?...
Kiss!! And man Iron Maiden was kicking butt with Kiss!

Also to note is that the bootleg quality is bad. But hey!! I got it for free! And it brings back memories.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 8:37

I know you're working your way up, Bones...I can't wait til you get to the Bruce and Blaze days. I've always wanted to hear songs like Flash of the Blade, Sea of Madness, Only the Good Die Young, No Prayer For the Dying, Fortunes of War, etc. live. I'm sure they did em but if they put out a live album that included those I must have been sleeping...lol

Bruce always performs great live, wish I had been a fan when they came close to me in '85, but I was 12... Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 8:54

I have not much of bootlegs of Maiden. Only up to 1983. But one little good news is that I have a bootleg from 1986 with 'Sea of Madness' on it.

But sorry I don't have bootlegs of Maiden with Blaze Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 9:08

That's OK, Bones. I enjoy the Di'Anno bootlegs too! Hmmm...Sea of Madness is on the one from '86? I can't wait to see what other treasures are on it!

I think Blaze Bootlegs are out there somewhere...I've stumbled upon some on the net but read 'bootleg' and figured the sound quality was poor, actually many have quite good sound quality.

IMO no one can sing Remember Tomorrow like Paul, also Killers. I've heard Bruce perform those, but Paul wins as better vocalist on those and a few more. Though I have to say I like Bruce performing Iron Maiden better. Personal preference I guess.
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PostSubject: Iron Maiden - Children Of The Devil (Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy - December 16th, 1986)   Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 9:52




Iron Maiden - Children Of The Devil

Format: Bootleg
Bitrate: 320 kbps (My own rip)
Where: Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy
When: December 16th, 1986
How: Audience
Rip Source: CD

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Tracklist:

01 - Intro / Caught Somewhere In Time
02 - 2 Minutes To Midnight
03 - Sea Of Madness
04 - Children Of The Damned
05 - Stranger In A Strange Land
06 - Wasted Years
07 - Rhyme Of The Ancient Mariner / Guitar solo
08 - Heaven Can Wait
09 - Phantom Of The Opera
10 - Hallowed Be Thy Name
11 - Iron Maiden
12 - The Number Of The Beast
13 - Run To The Hills
14 - Running Free
15 - Sanctuary

Not the greatest quality for a bootleg but for an audience recording it is great. Very nice track listing. Most notably is the track 'Sea Of Madness' which has been hardly played live! My own rip Smile
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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - Piece Offering (Ipswich, UK - May 8, 1983)   Fri 12 Nov 2010 - 5:39


Country: UK
Year: 1983
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Format: Live Bootleg
Where: Gaumont Hall, Ipswich, UK
When: May 8th, 1983
How: Audience (but very good quality)

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Tracklist:

01 - Intro
02 - Where Eagles dare
03 - Wrathchild
04 - The Trooper
05 - Revelations
06 - Flight of Icarus
07 - Die with your Boots on
08 - 22 Acacia Avenue
09 - The Number of the Beast
10 - Still Life
11 - To Tame a Land
12 - Solo Guitar
13 - Solo Drums
14 - Phantom of the Opera
15 - Hallowed be thy Name
16 - Iron Maiden
17 - Run to the Hills
18 - Sanctuary
19 - Drifter
20 - Prowler

Of this concert exists a couple of different bootleg versions, this version is the best one I could find. Beware that this concert is almost 2 hours long and because the MP3's have a bitrate of 320 kbps, the file to download is BIG. 236 mb.

As you can see in the tracklist, there are a couple of songs that Maiden only played during this tour (World Piece Tour) or at least played once in a while.

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PostSubject: Iron Maiden (UK) - The Greediness (Hanover Germany, 1986)   Fri 12 Nov 2010 - 5:52


Country: UK
Year: 1986
Format: Live Bootleg
Bitrate: 192 kbps
Where: Eilenriedhalle, Hannover, Germany
When: Nov. 22nd 1986
How: Soundboard

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Tracklist:

01 - Intro / Caught Somewhere In Time
02 - Two Minutes To Midnight
03 - Sea Of Madness
04 - Children Of The Damned
05 - Stranger In A Strange Land
06 - Wasted Years
07 - Where Eagles Dare
08 - Heaven Can Wait
09 - Phantom Of The Opera
10 - Hallowed Be Thy Name
11 - Iron Maiden
12 - The Number Of The Beast

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Fri 12 Nov 2010 - 7:13

Cool, Bones!

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Fri 12 Nov 2010 - 8:48

Hey, Strapp, what's your avatar from? Reminds me of Darkness from Legend.
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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Sat 13 Nov 2010 - 4:07

ShadowPhantom wrote:
Hey, Strapp, what's your avatar from? Reminds me of Darkness from Legend.

It's from the 1986 demo of the french band Mistreated

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Mon 22 Nov 2010 - 1:05

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No problem friends, enjoy!

Hey Lord Bones, I have been listening to the Nijmegen radio bootleg and I think it's awesome, of course ! The sound quality was still remarkably good for such an old recording.

Where it comes to the music, I love it all, especially 'Sanctuary' and 'Remember Tomorrow'. The guitar solo in 'Transylvania' is awesome, too. I don't think I have heard this before, which makes it an important historical document indeed. But all tracks without exception have a lot of energy in it. That's one of the reasons why I still love the old Iron Maiden line-up with Paul Di'Anno as a singer.

Iron Maiden is still making music today, and I love it, but the energy of the first albums is missing a bit now. I still love them, but it's almost impossible to compare the actual 2010 music with the first two albums.

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PostSubject: Re: Iron Maiden (UK)   Tue 23 Nov 2010 - 3:11

I love the Nijmegen boot recording too Smile Imagine this two days before this performance I saw them in Leiden and the atmosphere was the same. Pure energy and great raw Metal of Maiden. I love the Paul Di'Anno era of Maiden. You can see indeed the amount of boots I have of that time. Bruce is a great singer and performer etc. But Paul has something extra and Maiden was great, new, pure and raw. But I love the first couple albums with Bruce too upto Seventh Son...

Glad you like the Nijmegen boot Smile

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