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Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden
Performer: Iron Maiden
Genre: Rock
Title: Iron Maiden
MP3 album size: 1647 mb
FLAC album size: 2558 mb
Style: Heavy Metal
Country: UK
Released: 14 Apr 1980
Catalog number: EMC 3330, 0C 062-07 269
Label: EMI

Tracklist


1Prowler
2Running Free
3Phantom Of The Opera
4Transylvania
5Iron Maiden
6Charlotte The Harlot
7Strange World
8Remember Tomorrow

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EMC 3330, 0C 062-07 269Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(LP, Album)EMI, EMIEMC 3330, 0C 062-07 269UK1980
31C 064 07269Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(LP, Album)EMI31C 064 07269Brazil1980
7520184Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol)EMI France7520184FranceUnknown
4XT 12094Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(Cass, Album)Harvest4XT 12094Canada1980
210095-1311Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red)Globus International210095-1311Czechoslovakia1991
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
31C 064 07269Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(LP, Album)EMI31C 064 07269Brazil1980
7520184Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol)EMI France7520184FranceUnknown
4XT 12094Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(Cass, Album)Harvest4XT 12094Canada1980
210095-1311Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red)Globus International210095-1311Czechoslovakia1991
CK 86051Iron Maiden Iron Maiden ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, RE, RM, Min)Sanctuary Records, Metal-Is RecordsCK 86051US2002

Credits


  • ArtworkCream
  • Bass, VocalsSteve Harris
  • DrumsClive Burr
  • EngineerMartin Levan
  • GuitarDave Murray
  • Guitar, VocalsDennis Stratton
  • Illustration [Front Cover Illustration]Derek Riggs
  • Lead VocalsPaul Di'Anno
  • Photography ByTerry Walker , Yuka Fujii
  • ProducerWill Malone
  • Written-ByMurray (tracks: B3), Di'Anno (tracks: A2, A3), Harris (tracks: A1 to B2, B4)

Notes


This pressing features the complete version of "Phantom Of The Opera" which is 7:20 in length. This has a short coda/reprise at the end, separated from the rest of the song by a few seconds of silence. Most other vinyl pressings have the shortened version. Only the UK Fame-edition, the Japanese pressing, the Greek pressing and the later released Czech pressings have the full length track too.

Catalogue number "EMC 3330" is printed on the rear sleeve, spine and face labels. "OC 062-07 269" is printed on the rear sleeve.

On bottom, original labels have credits on two lines and no "℗" symbol is present.
Original inner sleeve is black with flipback and plastic bag inside.
Some copies have a company inner sleeve with date code "480" or "680".

Recorded at Kingsway Studios, London.
Mixed at Morgan Studios, London.
℗ 1980 Original sound recording made by E.M.I. Records Ltd.
All titles published by Sanctuary Music.

Barcodes


  • Other (Printer's code): G.O. 8004 G.L.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 1): EMC 3330 A-1 5 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 1): EMC 3330 B-1 8 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 2): EMC 3330 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 2): EMC 3330 B-1 53
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 3): EMC 3330 A-1 17 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 3): EMC 3330 B-1 18 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 4): EMC 3330 A-1 21 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 4): EMC 3330 B-1 44 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 5): EMC 3330 A- 1 62
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 5): EMC 3330 B- 1 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 6): EMC 3330 A-1 1 G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 6): EMC 3330 B-1 1 G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Variant 7): EMC 3330 A-1 34
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Variant 7): EMC 3330 B-1 3

Companies


  • Record Company – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Kingsway Studios
  • Mixed At – Morgan Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – EMI Records
  • Made By – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Sanctuary Music Ltd.
  • Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse

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Grinin
Iron MaidenProduced by Will MaloneReleased April 1980, reached #4 in the UK (mostly ignored in the US)1980Good Shit *****Along with punk (which most everyone in America had unfortunately ignored--much more than history would lead us to believe), this Maiden album proved that rock wasn't ready to die (as the disco crowd had been suggesting throughout the late 70s). The excess elements of this debut, with the electric-guitar based instrumental "Transylvania" and such, might have been cliche at another time, but this was when punk had just declared war on excess and had caused most rockers to reexamine their delivery. Meanwhile, Maiden didn't seem to give a rat's ass. Unlike much of their output, this also understands that all great rock has a raw delivery and at least a bit of the sloppy. The pounding rhythms and imperfect vocals of Di'Anno helped give this set some grit and a connection with the roots of rock. These elements also helped ground the set, both resonating with and contrasting the excesses of the axe-grinding. Obviously inspired by the cream of the UK hard rock outfits of the 70s (Rainbow, Scorpions, Judas Priest, Hawkwind, Motorhead, UFO, a bit of Sweet's Desolation Boulevard on "Running Free" and perhaps Curved Air's Air Conditioning on "Phantom of the Opera"), as well perhaps some American influences (Montrose, Nugent, and even Chuck Berry) and showing early heavy metal influences on some cuts, this band might have been dismissed as derivative, but with Harris's booming bass and song-writing, they not only matched the power of their 70s forefathers but delivered their own blistering hard-rock sound. The opening cut "Prowler" grabs you by the throat, sounding like a nod to all of Priest's -er suffix songs; the set then slows down for "Remember Tomorrow," which shows a Uriah Heep and Deep Purple influence. If it sounds like it's going to be a bit overblown and derivative, they get into the basic and give everyone a run for the money with "Running Free." That song alone should get their name in the books. If the beginning of the flip side sounds like a bit much too much with the instrumental "Transylvania," and another moody number called "Strange World," they bring it back to earth and return to the juvenile outlaw theme, launching into "Sanctuary" before offering the hip-shaking classic "Charlotte the Harlot." To conclude the set, they return to the horror rock established with the sleeve art/mascot and at the beginning of the set with "Prowler." This horror rock hints back to Alice Cooper (who also had a mascot and focused on horror rock). The delivery, outlaw and violent crime themes, and the fact that the bass player is obviously the leader of this group, perhaps reveals a Thin Lizzy influence. In fact, how could a hard rock UK outfit that formed in the late 70s not be influenced by Thin Lizzy, UFO, and Alice Cooper. While they sport their influences on their tattered sleeves, they deliver the goods. They made some noteworthy music in the years that followed, but they never matched this debut. -- winch (Winch Records: only the good ones...the good, the odd, and the wonderful)
Moonworm
I was referring to America's ignoring punk. For example, in 1979, the Ramones double-live album wasn't released in America, even after releasing their first 4 studio albums in about 2 years. Discogs notes "Unknown reasons" why the live album wasn't realized in the States when it was released in so many other countries. I imagine it was because they were mostly ignored in the states. That's an important part of history, in sharp contrast to what I imagine younger people imagine. Only one of the Ramones 1970s albums even reached the top 100! Perhaps, the following is an exaggeration but I think it probably is not--in the 1970s in the US one disco album (such as Saturday Night Fever) sold more in one month than all punk records combined in the whole decade. That's insane, but I challenge someone to prove that wrong. Frampton Comes Alive and Hotel California probably did the same. I'm not saying this is a good thing. In fact, I'm pointing it out to point out how messed up it is. As you said "the Ramones STILL outshine and out-influence every single one, including Maiden." And that's of course the truth. Their 70s albums were not only the greatest albums of the 1970s (or anytime), but they were clearly hugely influential, perhaps in a true twist of justice, they proved to be more influential than all those disco albums and Hotel California and Frampton Comes Alive combined! There's no way to prove that, but I think it's actually true. And I guess that's why I feel it's so important to realize how few Americans cared about the Ramones in 1979. It's so important for so many reasons.
zmejka
Even if punk had passed by without notice (as it had with almost everyone)?? Without notice? By who, mainstream America? Punk's effects were still rippling around the world and would last another 3 or 4 years before it died out as alternative & indie rock, thrash & hip hop took over. In the meantime we have endless amounts of classic punk, post-punk, garage and hardcore records from the golden era (1976-1984) that are now highly prized and expensive as hell. Not to mention the fact that punk's influence is everywhere. The mainstream didn't notice at the time but everyone else did. And out of every hard rock act you mentioned (and you mention some good ones) the Ramones STILL outshine and out-influence every single one, including Maiden.
Celen
I have the same pressing with the £3.99 Limited Edition Label. I’m thinking that if you have this along with the black inner plus the credits on two lines of text instead of three then you have the first issue of this album. Would like to know for sure though! A1, B1 on the runout is misleading as many subsequent pressings have the same.
Larosa
I also have this one and it could well be the first issue of the album.
Cae
i wonder if there is any way to establish how many were in the limited edition run and as someone says, whether it was just referring to the price rather than the record edition being limited?
nadness
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Goldenfang
Really poweful version! One of my favorite albums ever!
Cerana
Was this album originally released as a limited edition pressing? I have a genuine copy of the EMC3330 first edition with a “Limited Edition, £3.99 RRP only” sticker. I k ie it’s original, had since 1980.
Agagamand
i think , only the low Price was a limited Edition !
Hudora
Paul Di´anno was a brilliant vocalist. He was the Bon Scott of Maiden until Dickinson took over. Great fucking album !!!
Jaiarton
A truly impressive debut - 4th place in the British charts! Music Maiden has always been commercial, but it does not spoil the music. There is not a single weak track on the album. Of course, the band had a lot of time - some of the songs were written five years before the release, and all this time these songs are proved their quality on live shows of the band. So here are not just a songs, but in fact it is a hits compilation, and it's no wonder that it's hard to choose the best!
Elizabeth
Just wandering, just listened to this album for the first time. With my copy on side A on the most inner run out groove I can clearly hear: Back at you lair. Anyone else have this?? Could it be a mispressing??
Ceck
I got it too!! Check the notes above..but here it is: This pressing features the complete version of "Phantom Of The Opera" which is 7:20 in length. This has a short coda/reprise at the end, separated from the rest of the song by a few seconds of silence. Most other vinyl pressings have the shortened version. Only the UK Fame-edition, the Japanese pressing and the later released Czech pressings have the full length track too.
Oppebro
Is this release the original UK first pressing of this album? I
Braswyn
On the listing of songs for this album Sanctuary is missing from it.
Dagdatus
European pressings don't have that song. It was just there in America, I think. In Europe it was a single.
Agalen
Sanctuary was added on the US release and later UK reissue.
Painshade
I think that regardless of any errors there may have been with the first Iron Maiden album, it is still such an essential piece of rock history and of the resurgence of heavy metal. It broke new ground and it helped to lead a new movement in music. Aside from the bass itself, that I very much enjoy about this album, and of course it is the element that has retained the essential feel of the band over its many decades of its existence, it is the work that they have done with the guitars that I find amazing. The one song, which in my opinion is masterful, it is Phantom of the Opera. The exquisite amount of detail and dexterity of the very complex and immensely rich syncopated scales throughout the whole song, it is incredible, specially in the solos, they are just remarkable, unparalleled by any one. It takes so much skill to develop something like that, and for them to have created something that intricate for their debut album, it is just amazing. Right from the beginning of their career they established themselves as an innovative force, not a riff band, but as a group composed of true musicians, and to this day that remains as their central trademark. UP THE FUCKING IRONS FOREVER!
Arlelond
In a word: Seminal. Metal, punk & prog fused into proto-thrash. The only thing wrong with it is the poor bass sound, ironic considering Steve Harris is the bedrock of Iron Maiden. This is well overdue a re-master with decent bass.
Prinna
New official version, from an italian limited edition reissue for Parlophone records http://www.onstageweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/iron-maiden-the-beast-collection.jpg
Armin
The one that started it all, and the only place to begin your journey with this band if you want to understand the true dynamic, history and sound. A classic by all means and the beginning of a new era in the genre, not to be forgotten!
Bad Sunny
Please, more information about items with out year.
Chuynopana
This one´s a milestone in Heavy Metal but there are also the roots of Punk mainly because of Di'Annos vocal style. Not my favorite Maiden album but songs like Phantom Of The Opera and Prowler are a must-have for any Metalhead on this planet. Remember Tomorrow and Strange World give a hint for the held back epics that would follow on later albums.Canadian or US pressings are the way to go for the vinyl appreciator because of the bonus track Sanctuary.7/10 for me...
luisRED
Another great place to start if you're looking into old-school heavy metal.Go for it! m/
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