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Maiden England
Live album by Iron Maiden
Released 1989 (VHS)
1994 (CD)
Recorded November 27-28, 1988 at NEC in Birmingham, England
Genre Heavy metal
Length ?? min ?? sec
Record label ?
Producer ?
Professional reviews
Allmusic.com review 4 stars out of 5 link (http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:5gdnvwpva9tk)
Iron Maiden Chronology
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
(1988)
Maiden England
(1989)
No Prayer for the Dying
(1990)


Maiden England is a music album by the band Iron Maiden during their Seventh Son of a Seventh Son world tour.


It was recorded at the Birmingham, England NEC on November 27th and 28th, 1988, released as a video (VHS) in 1989 and as a video/cd package in 1994.


It was directed and edited by Steve Harris, Iron Maiden founder and bassist.


CD track listing

  1. "Moonchild"
  2. "The Evil That Men Do"
  3. "The Prisioner"
  4. "Still Life"
  5. "Die With Your Boots On"
  6. "Infinite Dreams"
  7. "Killers"
  8. "Heaven Can Wait"
  9. "Wasted Years"
  10. "The Clairvoyant"
  11. "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son"
  12. "The Number Of The Beast"
  13. "Iron Maiden"

VHS track listing

  1. "Moonchild"
  2. "The Evil That Men Do"
  3. "Prisoner"
  4. "Still Life"
  5. "Die With Your Boots On"
  6. "Infinite Dreams"
  7. "Killers"
  8. "Can I Play With Madness"
  9. "Heaven Can Wait"
  10. "Wasted Years"
  11. "The Clairvoyant"
  12. "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son"
  13. "The Number Of The Beast"
  14. "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
  15. "Iron Maiden"

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