Real Live Dead One

A Real Live Dead One

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by Iron Maiden
     
 

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To coincide with Bruce Dickinson's "last tour" with Iron Maiden in 1993, a pair of live albums were assembled and released a few months apart: A Real Live One and A Real Dead One, both of performances culled from various European concerts on their 1992-1993 world tour. In 1998, when Maiden's albums were reissued on Raw

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To coincide with Bruce Dickinson's "last tour" with Iron Maiden in 1993, a pair of live albums were assembled and released a few months apart: A Real Live One and A Real Dead One, both of performances culled from various European concerts on their 1992-1993 world tour. In 1998, when Maiden's albums were reissued on Raw Power, both releases were combined together as a double-disc set, A Real Live Dead One. The first disc is comprised of material spanning 1980-1984 (with many early obscurities thrown in), while the second disc spans 1986-1992. The track listing is an interesting one, and Maiden fanatics will undoubtedly love hearing live readings of such overlooked classics as "Where Eagles Dare," "Transylvania," "Remember Tomorrow," "Prowler," "Heaven Can Wait," plus the hits "The Trooper," "Be Quick or Be Dead," and "The Evil That Men Do."

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Release Date:
03/26/2002
Label:
Sanctuary Records
UPC:
0696998621923
catalogNumber:
86219

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A Real Live Dead One 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good Maiden songs live! The tracks have been weel chosen and the recording quality is very good except from "Can I Play With Madness" where you can hear unwanted noises for the bad recording. Especially, running Free sounds better than studio version. You can hear that their playing skills are better than in 80's. Maybe more songs from "Killers" I'd like to hear. There's 0 songs from that album, unfortunately. Good guitars, vocals and drums.