IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU) 12" ALBUM VINYL

This particular release of "Live After Death" (so called EU release) can be identified by the "Right Society" text "Gema/Stemra" is printed at the bottom of label (above 6 o'clock. Other "EU" releases of this album have the "Right Society Gema/Stemra" printed on the label just below the catalog at 3 o'clock position.

"Live After Death" is a live album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in 1985. It was recorded during the World Slavery Tour in 1984 and features performances of songs from their first five studio albums. The album was released as a 2LP (double LP) set, showcasing the energy and power of the band's live performances. "Live After Death" is widely regarded as one of the best live heavy metal albums of all time and has become a classic in Iron Maiden's discography. The album features hit songs such as "Wrathchild," "Hallowed Be Thy Name," and "Run to the Hills," and is considered an essential listening experience for fans of the band and the heavy metal genre.

 

 

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Album Description & Collectors information:

This album "IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (DE)" includes the original custom inner sleeve with album details, complete lyrics of all songs by and artwork/photos

Gatefold (FOC) cover design with artwork / photos on the inside cover pages

Live After Death is a live album a by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, originally released in October 1985 on EMI in Europe

 Collector's attributes: This section contains detailed information to be able to uniquely identify this particular version/release of the album Live After Death 2LP
 Album cover design:

Gatefold (FOC) album cover includes a 8-page (12") booklet with tour dates and photos of Iron Maiden on Stage.
This album also includes original (custom) inner sleeves with many photos of Iron Maiden on-stage and off-stage , as well as lyrics of the songs

 Cover spine:

IRON MAIDEN - LIVE AFTER DEATH

162 24 0426 3

 Album back cover

 

 

 

 Top right corner:

1C 2LP 162 24 0426 3
1C 2MC 298 24 0426 5

 

 Bottom left corner:

LC 0542
EMI-logo EMI Records Ltd
Marketed, Manufactured and distributed by EMI
Printed in Holland by EMI Services Benelux B.V., Uden

 

 Bottom right corner:

1985 Original Sound Recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
1985 Iron Maiden (Holdings) Ltd

 Barcode:

The barcode is located on the top right corner of the album back cover and reads:
5 099924 042635

 Inside pages of the gatefold cover:

The inside pages of the gatefold cover contains photos of Iron Maiden on Stage

 Original Inner Sleeve:

The album has two inner sleeves. The first inner sleeve has photos, lyrics of the songs and a writing by Martin Birch explaining the technicalities of making this live recording.
The second inner sleeve also has photos and lyrics of the songs and a summary of the production details of this album

Transcript of the liner notes on the first inner sleeve

RECORDING INFORMATION
PRODUCED, ENGINEERED AND MIXED BY: MARTIN "LIVE ANIMAL" BIRCH
the album was molded over 4 nights at Hammersmith Odeon, London. England (October 8, 9. 10 and 12 1984) and 4 nights at long Beach Arena. los Angeles, USA (Match 14, 15, 16 and 11 1985)
Sides 1, 2, and 3 were worded at long Beach Side 4 was recorded at Hammersmith

Recording Credits Hammersmith
Recording facility Rolling Stones Mobile
Assistant Engineers Mick McKenna, Charlie McPherson
long Beach Recording facility: Record Plant Mobile No .3
Engineer Ricky Delano
Second Engineer Nick (Deemer) Bach Crew Craig Engel, Robert Winder, Mark Eshelman Reed at Record Plant Studio A, los Angeles, July 8 August 3. 1985 Second Engineer. Nick (Still Beaming) Basich All recordings on Ampex 456 tape Mastered at. Capital Records. Hollywood. CA Mastering Engineer Wally Iraugon

Live Recording Thoughts by Martin Birch The first live album I ever recorded was Deep Purple's 'Made in Japan' in 1972 the first thing you decide is, naturally. which concerts to record to be cost effective, it's often best to record in major cities where there is good access to top class mobile studios this saves very expensive travel and accommodation costs, and also major city venues are usually more experienced with live recordings so the stall are generally more amenable and helpful Also, it helps it the band are able to play multiple dates at the hall, so then you can set up the first day and leave everything- and even make slight adjustments day to day to enhance the sound as you go on as the sound in the hall is more or less the same every day therefore, Maiden'st our,night engagements at both Hammersmith and long Beach were ideal. Next you choose the recording facility. I've used the Rolling Stones Mobile on many occasions before and have found it very well designed and gets great sound. Also, I know the mobile UM well so that also makes life easier and leads to better results Although I've used Record Plant Studios on a number of occasions, I've never used a mobile in On checking the technical data, sound the Record Plant Mobile to be of excellent technical Quality for example, it has an API Custom Board, one of the best there is. and one of only three in the world Also, I know a couple of the engineers , so again that helped. Next you order all the microphones. Recording mikes are far more sensitive than mikes used on the road as they don't need to stand up to the rigours of touring. I usually select a wide range and try out different combinations at the sound check to get the best overall effect !hen you wait for the big day. The mobile arrives early and the crew start wiring. Ifs usually parked near the backstage door where access to the stage is best The band put their equipment in very early in the morning usually about 6 am, so we can have a good, long sound check from about 1 pm to make sure everything is perfect. Come showtime, it's heads down and we go We record onto two multi tracks, so nothing is missed when there are tape changes, and also do a simultaneous mix onto 1/4 tape for a reference I decided to mix at Record Plant because I know the studio and its sound well, and the equipment is top notch with all mod cons, especially the desk - a Solid State logic St 4000E, made in Oxford, England. Once the tracks to go on the album are selected by the band and myself, we start mixing. I usually start about 1 pm and work through to one or two in the morning depending on how far I've got, existing on junk food imported from various sleety Hollywood mints When the mixing is finished and approved by the band, we master it, checking the Ell's and making final slight sound adjustments. Cutting Maiden albums is often difficult, as they tend to give you tans great value by putting about 25 minutes of music on each side, whereas an album side normally tuns between 16 and 20 minutes. This gives the tuning engineer great problems in getting all the grooves in without losing volume and clarity. However, the best can do it, and we only use the best the cut then goes to the factory and we get test pressings of the album a few days later The band and myself check these, and then the real is on its way. Hope you enjoy it Martin Birch

Transcript of the liner notes on the second inner sleeve:

Sleeve Illustration: Derek "R.I.P." Riggs
All Photos: Ross "Mr. Manners" Halfin
Sleeve Concept: Derek Riggs and Rod Smallwood
Sleeve Design: Steve "Krusher" Joule
Sleeve Preparation:Artful Dodgers

Iron Maiden are managed by Rod "The Raiders" Smallwood for Sanctuary Music (Overseas) Ltd. and Andy "L.B.C." Taylor for Sanctuary Music Ltd. All toles published by /omba MUSIC Publishers lid except' published by Chadwick banns ltd Used by kind permission Special thanks to:
Sanctuary people 'ern Berg, Bill lolor, Rob land, Cab Paige, Chris Ambler Emu Whiny Ralph Simon, Clive Calder, Rochelle and Jan at /oda Kerrang Masa Sob and the Bonnets all our guests - Waysted, Accept, Motley Crue, twisted Sister, Ilueensoche WASP, Warrior, RaH, Mamas Boys Chris and Rose at Record Plant Howard Junes Bill Edon/ Keith MOM f C Patrick McKenna George Bodnar Vic Vella Roll Hammer. Tommy and Debbie Beal (Ihe Aces High Gang) Linda and Studio Master Chicago Mutants for courage beyond the call of duty Andy Strange Rabbi M Volons Barbara at Pan Ant Irevor Searle Gary Bushell for a great book Melbourne E.0 Pat Cash and Ian "Barkers' Barclay Doc Cardwell

A Special Thanks to you fans around the world for making "The World Slavery Tour' and the recording of this album so special.

IRON MAIDEN INFORMATION Send stamped addressed envelope or international reply coupon to
For North and South America) P.O. Box 4803, Macon GA 31200 4016, USA
(For Rest of World) P.O. Box 391, London W4 2l/
Also Available. Live After Death (World Slavery Tour 85) 85 min HiFi Video Cassette filmed live at long Beach Arena, California and featuring the full U.S. Tour Production.


 Labels

At center of label right: 1C 164 - 24 0426 1

Below the center hole:

LC 0542 Produced. Engineerd, and Mixed by: Martin "Live Animal" Birch

All titles published by Zomba Music Publishers Ltd

1985 Original Sound Recordings made by EMI Records Ltd
1985 Iron Maiden (Holdings) Ltd
GEMA/STEMRA
Text in the rim of the label is in German and English , near 9 o'clock it reads "Made in EEC

Music Genre:

British Heavy Metal / NWOBHM  

Album Production information:

The album: "IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU) " was produced by: Martin "Live Animal" Birch

Martin Birch Martin Birch was an English music producer and engineer who was active from the late 1960s to the early 2000s. He was born on 26th June 1948 in East Molesey, England, and began his career as a producer and engineer in the late 1960s, working with several notable British bands of the time, including Fleetwood Mac and Deep Purple.

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Birch's biggest contributions to music came in the 1970s and 1980s, when he worked as a producer and engineer for several of the most influential and popular heavy metal bands of the era, including Black Sabbath, Rainbow, and most notably, Iron Maiden. He was an important figure in the development of the heavy metal genre, and is widely regarded as one of the most influential and important producers of heavy metal music.

Birch's approach to production was characterized by his use of powerful and dynamic sound, which helped to define the sound of heavy metal in the 1970s and 1980s. He was known for his ability to bring out the best in the musicians he worked with, and for his willingness to experiment and take risks in the studio. He was also known for his commitment to quality and his attention to detail, which helped to ensure that the albums he produced had a timeless quality and still sound great decades after their original release.

Birch worked with Iron Maiden for over two decades, producing several of the band's most iconic and enduring albums, including "The Number of the Beast," "Powerslave," and "Somewhere in Time." He was an important part of the band's creative process, and helped to shape the band's sound and style.

Martin Birch retired from music production in the early 2000s, but his legacy lives on through the music he produced and the countless musicians he inspired and influenced. He is widely regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of heavy metal music, and his contributions to the genre continue to be celebrated and revered.

Martin Birch's production style was known for its clarity, power and dynamic sound. He was an early adopter of using multi-track recording and employed innovative recording techniques, such as creating layered soundscapes by recording and re-recording guitar parts multiple times, to achieve his desired sound. He was also known for his use of echo and reverb to create a sense of depth and space in his recordings.

Birch was known for his ability to bring out the best in the musicians he worked with and his hands-on approach to production. He was often involved in the arrangements and would often suggest changes to the songs to enhance their impact. He was also known for his attention to detail, taking the time to get the sound just right, and his dedication to quality, always striving to make each album sound as good as it could.

Aside from his work with Iron Maiden, Birch also produced albums for several other influential heavy metal bands, including Judas Priest, Black Sabbath and Rainbow. He was also sought after by other musicians from outside of the heavy metal genre, and worked with artists such as Fleetwood Mac, The Move, and Deep Purple.

Birch was awarded with several gold and platinum records for his work, and was recognized for his contributions to the heavy metal genre with induction into the Heavy Metal Hall of Fame in 2006.

Although Martin Birch retired from music production in the early 2000s, his legacy continues to inspire and influence musicians and producers today. He is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential figures in the history of heavy metal music, and his work continues to be celebrated and enjoyed by fans of the genre around the world.

Sound/Recording Engineer(s): Ricky Delena, Charlie McPherson, Mick McKenna, Wally Traugott, Nick Basich

This album was recorded live at: Hammersmith Odeon, Long Beach Arena

Album cover design: Derek "R.I.P." Riggs

Derek Riggs an English artist best known for creating the iconic artwork "Eddy" for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Born in 1958 in Portsmouth, England, Riggs showed an early talent for drawing and went on to study illustration and design.

In the late 1970s, Riggs was approached by Iron Maiden to create artwork for the band's first album, "Iron Maiden." The album's cover, which featured a zombie-like figure known as "Eddie the Head," became a defining image for the band and helped to establish their visual style. Riggs continued to create artwork for Iron Maiden throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and his distinctive and often macabre illustrations have become synonymous with the band.

In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, Riggs has also created artwork for other musicians and bands, as well as for books, comics, and other media. He is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential artists in the heavy metal genre, and his work has helped to shape the visual style of the genre as a whole.

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Today, Derek Riggs continues to create new artwork, and his legacy as one of the great heavy metal artists of all time remains intact. His influence can be seen in the work of countless other artists and musicians, and his iconic images continue to inspire fans and artists alike.

Derek Riggs was raised in a creative environment, with his father working as an artist and his mother as a fashion designer. This artistic background helped to lay the foundation for his later success as an artist. After completing his studies in illustration and design, Riggs worked as a freelance artist, creating illustrations and designs for various clients.

Riggs's work with Iron Maiden was groundbreaking, and he quickly became one of the most important and influential artists in the heavy metal genre. He was responsible for creating some of the most iconic images associated with the band, including Eddie the Head, who has appeared on almost every Iron Maiden album cover. Eddie has become one of the most recognizable mascots in the heavy metal genre, and is a beloved figure among fans of the band.

In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, Riggs has created artwork for a variety of other clients, including other musicians and bands, comic books, and book covers. He has also collaborated with other artists on various projects, and has continued to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of heavy metal art.

Derek Riggs is regarded as a true innovator in the field of heavy metal art, and his impact on the genre cannot be overstated. His work continues to inspire new generations of artists and musicians, and his legacy as one of the greatest heavy metal artists of all time is secure.

Album cover photography: Ross "Mr. Manners" Halfin.

Ross Halfin Ross Halfin is a British rock and roll photographer who has been active in the music industry since the 1970s. He is best known for his work capturing iconic images of some of the biggest and most influential rock and heavy metal bands of all time, including Metallica, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and many others.
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Halfin was born in London, England and got his start in photography as a young man, working as an assistant to legendary rock photographer Jorgen Angel. He quickly developed a style of his own and became known for his ability to capture the energy and excitement of live rock performances in his images.

Throughout his career, Halfin has worked with many of the biggest and most influential bands in the history of rock and heavy metal music, and has published several books of his work. He is widely regarded as one of the top rock photographers of his generation, and his images have been featured in numerous magazines, books, and exhibitions.

In addition to his photography work, Halfin is also known for his close relationships with many of the musicians he has worked with over the years, and he has been able to capture behind-the-scenes images and candid moments that provide unique insights into the lives of some of the most famous musicians in the world.

Overall, Ross Halfin is a talented and accomplished rock and roll photographer who has made a significant impact on the music industry through his iconic images of some of the biggest and most influential bands of all time.

Record Label Information:

EMI 1C 2LP 162 24 0426 3

Media Format:

2x 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 460 gram  

Year & Country:

1985 EU
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU)
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Bass – Steve Harris

    Steve Harris (Full-name: Stephen Percy Harris ) an English musician, singer, and songwriter best known as the bassist and primary songwriter for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He was born on March 12, 1956 in Leytonstone, East London, England.

    Harris formed Iron Maiden in 1975 and has been a member of the band ever since. He has been the driving force behind the band's success, and has played a key role in the development of their sound and style. As the band's bassist and primary songwriter, he has written many of their most famous and enduring songs, including "The Trooper," "Hallowed Be Thy Name," and "Fear of the Dark."

    Steve Harris is considered a pioneer of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) movement, and is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential figures in the history of heavy metal music. In addition to his work as the bassist and primary songwriter for Iron Maiden, he has also been involved in several other musical projects over the years, including the production of several albums and the formation of a side project called British Lion.

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    Harris is known for his distinctive and energetic bass playing style, which features fast and intricate runs and a powerful and driving rhythm. He is also known for his strong stage presence and charismatic personality, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest heavy metal bassists of all time.

    In addition to his musical contributions, Harris is also known for his strong work ethic and dedication to his craft. He is widely regarded as one of the most focused and dedicated musicians in the heavy metal genre, and has been praised for his unwavering commitment to the music he loves.

    Despite his success and impact on the heavy metal genre, Harris has remained a down-to-earth and approachable person. He is widely respected and admired by fans and fellow musicians alike, and is considered one of the most important figures in the history of heavy metal music.

    Timeline of Steve Harris's career until early 1990s:

  • Drums – Nicko McBrain (ex-Streetwalkers band, ex-Pat Travers, ex-Trust (France) )

      Nicko McBrain (real-name: Michael Henry McBrain) Nicko McBrain is an English drummer, best known as the drummer for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He joined the band in 1982 and has been with them ever since, playing on many of their most famous albums including "Powerslave" and "The Number of the Beast". McBrain was born Michael Henry McBrain on 5 June 1952, in London, England. He began playing the drums at a young age and went on to play with several other bands before joining Iron Maiden. He is widely regarded as one of the best heavy metal drummers of all time, known for his precise and powerful drumming style. He continues to tour and record with Iron Maiden to this day.

     McBrain's drumming style is characterized by its speed, precision, and power, making him a popular and influential figure in the world of heavy metal. He has also been praised for his ability to incorporate complex rhythm patterns and fills into his playing, which has helped to elevate Iron Maiden's music to a new level. In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, McBrain has also collaborated with a number of other musicians and bands over the years, including Gary Moore and Pat Travers.

     Throughout his career, McBrain has received numerous awards and accolades for his drumming, including several from Modern Drummer magazine. He has also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in recognition of his contributions to the world of rock and roll music.

     Nicko McBrain played with several other bands. Some of his earlier musical endeavors include the bands Streetwalkers, Trust , and Pat Travers Band. He also played with a band called Rock Therapy, which was formed by future Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris. McBrain's experience playing with these and other bands helped him to develop his skills as a drummer and laid the foundation for his future success with Iron Maiden.

     In addition to his musical pursuits, McBrain is also known for his philanthropic work, including his support of several charitable organizations that benefit children and animals. He is an advocate for animal rights and has used his platform to raise awareness about important social and environmental issues.

     Overall, Nicko McBrain is widely regarded as one of the most talented and influential drummers of his generation, and his impact on the world of heavy metal music will continue to be felt for generations to come.

  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Adrian Smith (ex-Urchin) , Dave Murray (ex-Urchin, ex-Stone Free )

    Adrian Smith (Full-name: Adrian Frederick Smith) an English musician and songwriter, best known as the guitarist for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He was born on 27 February 1957 in Hackney, East London, England.

    Smith joined Iron Maiden in 1981 and has been a member of the band ever since. He has played a key role in the development of the band's sound and style, and has contributed numerous iconic and enduring guitar riffs and solos to their songs. Some of his most famous contributions include the guitar work on classics such as "Hallowed Be Thy Name," "Two Minutes to Midnight," and "The Trooper."

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    Adrian Smith is known for his versatility and ability to adapt to different musical styles, which has been a key factor in his success as a guitarist. In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, he has also explored other musical genres and influences, including blues, classic rock, and folk. He has been praised for his ability to write and perform complex and intricate guitar parts that complement the songs and add depth and dimension to the overall sound of Iron Maiden.

    Smith has also been praised for his technical ability and his mastery of the guitar. He is known for his fast and fluid playing style, and his ability to incorporate complex harmonic and melodic ideas into his solos and lead lines. He is widely regarded as one of the most talented and influential guitarists of the heavy metal genre, and has been an inspiration to countless other musicians and aspiring guitarists.

    In addition to his musical contributions, Smith is also known for his strong work ethic and his commitment to his craft. He is widely regarded as one of the most dedicated and focused musicians in the heavy metal genre, and has been praised for his unwavering commitment to his music and his band.

    Despite his success and impact on the heavy metal genre, Smith has remained a humble and approachable person. He is widely respected and admired by fans and fellow musicians alike, and is considered one of the most important figures in the history of heavy metal music.

    Dave Murray (Full-name: David Michael Murray ) is an English guitarist best known as a member of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He was born on December 23, 1956 in London, England and is one of the founding members of Iron Maiden, along with bassist Steve Harris. Murray is widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists in heavy metal music and has been a member of Iron Maiden since their inception in 1975.band.

    Murray's musical style is characterized by his fluid and intricate lead guitar playing, as well as his creative use of harmonies and solos. He is known for his distinctive sound and technical prowess, and is widely regarded as a pioneer of the heavy metal genre. He has played on all of Iron Maiden's studio albums and has been an integral part of the band's success, helping to establish their distinctive sound and style.

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    In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, Murray has collaborated with a number of other musicians and bands over the years. He is widely regarded as one of the most talented and influential guitarists in heavy metal, and continues to tour and perform with Iron Maiden to this day. He remains an active member of the band and continues to play an important role in their ongoing success.

    Dave Murray has been a member of Iron Maiden since the band's formation in 1975 and has been a key part of their sound and style ever since. He is known for his fluid, melodic playing style and his ability to incorporate intricate harmonies and solos into Iron Maiden's music. Over the years, Murray has established himself as one of the greatest guitarists in heavy metal and has earned a reputation as a master of the genre.

    One of the hallmarks of Murray's playing style is his use of harmonies and counter-melodies in his solos. He often doubles his lead lines with a second guitar part, creating a rich and layered sound that has become a signature of Iron Maiden's music. He is also known for his creative use of bends and vibrato, as well as his ability to incorporate classical music and folk influences into his playing.

    Throughout his career with Iron Maiden, Murray has remained a dedicated and hard-working musician. He has continued to evolve his playing style and push the boundaries of heavy metal guitar, and has been an important part of Iron Maiden's success and longevity as a band. He remains an active member of the band and continues to tour and perform with them to this day, entertaining fans with his virtuosic guitar playing and his distinctive sound.

  • Vocals – Bruce Dickinson

    Bruce Dickinson (real-name: Paul Bruce Dickinson) an English singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the lead vocalist for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He was born on 7 August 1958, in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England. He first rose to prominence as the lead singer of Iron Maiden in 1981, and was with the band for over a decade, contributing to many of their most popular and critically acclaimed albums, including "The Number of the Beast," "Powerslave," and "Fear of the Dark."

    In addition to his work with Iron Maiden, Dickinson has also pursued a successful solo career, releasing several critically acclaimed albums and performing in a variety of styles, including heavy metal, hard rock, and classical music. He has been praised for his powerful and distinctive voice, as well as his versatility as a singer, songwriter, and performer.

    Some of the other bands he has performed in are: Samson from 1977 to 1981, Speed late 1970s, Shots in the Dark early 1980, and solo recordings.

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    Aside from his musical career, Dickinson is also known for his entrepreneurial ventures and his interests in a variety of other pursuits. He is a licensed pilot, and has flown a number of historic aircraft, including the Spitfire, a World War II fighter plane. He is also an author and public speaker, and has been involved in various humanitarian and environmental causes over the years.

    Overall, Bruce Dickinson is widely regarded as one of the most influential and talented musicians of his generation, and his impact on the world of heavy metal music will continue to be felt for many years to come.

Complete Track-listing of the album "IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU) "

The detailed tracklist of this record "IRON MAIDEN Live After Death 2LP (incl. Booklet) (EU) " is:

    Track-listing Side One:
  1. Intro:
  2. Churchill's Speech
  3. Aces High
  4. 2 Minutes to Midnight
  5. The Trooper
  6. Revelations
  7. Flight of Icarus
    Track-listing Side Two:
  1. Rime of the Ancient Mariner
  2. Powerslave
  3. The Number of the Beast
    Track-listing Side Three:
  1. Hallowed by thy Name
  2. IRON MAIDEN
  3. Run to the Hills
  4. Running Free
    Track-listing Side Four:
  1. Wrathchild
  2. 22 Acacia Avenue
  3. Children of the Damned
  4. Die with your boots on
  5. Phantom of the Opera

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