Sanctuary Records available on November 20 2014 from Amazon for $8.84
UPC bar code 696998621527 ξ1 registered May 27 2017
UPC bar code 696998621527 ξ2 registered November 20 2014
Product category is Audio
Manufacturered by Sanctuary Records
Product size is 0"x0"x0"
Product weight is 0.26 lbs.
CD-Rom enhanced version of the original, re-packaged in a slip-sleeve.TRACK LISTING: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 By the release of this landmark eighth album, Iron Maiden had settled into what's generally considered their classic lineup. With Bruce Dickinson, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Nicko McBrain operating at the very peak of their form, bassist Steve Harris, the band's mastermind and main songwriter, decided to extend the Maiden remit yet further by unveiling their very first concept work. Contemporary critics scoffed in the face of such a grandiose gesture, but Seventh Son of a Seventh Son spawned no less than four British hit singles and remains an indomitable highlight of the Maiden's illustrious career. From the strident commercial metal of "Can I Play with Madness" through the keyboard-enhanced epic bombast of the title track to the fretboard intricacies and chest-beating machismo of "Only the Good Die Young," Seventh Son finds Iron Maiden at their most assured and creative. This is a spectacular example of 22-carat heavy metal. --Ian Fortnam
All Iron Maiden albums from "The Number Of The Beast" to "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" are absolute classics and timeless masterpieces. I grew up listening to these records, and I know every lyric, every pause, every guitar tone and every tempo change by heart. So, more than sad, I'm really angry to have to say that all the "enhanced" 1998 releases are complete sonic disasters, "loudness war" productions with the audio dynamic range slaughtered by whoever was responsible for doing the remastering. It seems..