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- stevemed200210 Aug, 2017by
Classic maiden album
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- joes_bluetooth_...02 Jan, 2009by
Iron Maiden - Powerslave - Another Superb release
Powerslave is the fifth studio album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on September 3, 1984 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US (it was re-released by Sanctuary/Columbia Records in the US in 2002). It is notable for its Egyptian theme displayed in the album art, as well in the title track's musical style. It contains a musical re-telling of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner", which uses pieces of the original poem as lyrics, and is the longest song Iron Maiden have ever recorded at a length of 13 minutes and 38 seconds. The album is also notable amongst the band's albums as being the first album to feature the same lineup as the previous one. As of 2008, this is the last of the band's albums to contain an instrumental track: "Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)." "2 Minutes to Midnight" and "Aces High" were released as singles, the former being a staple in nearly all of the band's concert tours. The 1995 re-release contains a bonus disc, which contains the b-sides of the original singles. It was re-released in 1998 with an extra multimedia section, which featured the music videos for "Aces High" and "2 Minutes to Midnight". The tribute CD Maiden Heaven: A Tribute to Iron Maiden, released by Kerrang! magazine, features covers of two songs from this album: "2 Minutes to Midnight" by Glamour Of The Kill and "Flash of the Blade" by Avenged Sevenfold. World Slavery Tour was the tour supporting the album. 1. "Aces High" (Steve Harris) – 4:29 2. "2 Minutes to Midnight" (Bruce Dickinson, Adrian Smith) – 5:59 3. "Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)" (Instrumental) (Harris) – 4:12 4. "Flash of the Blade" (Dickinson) – 4:02 5. "The Duellists" (Harris) – 6:06 6. "Back in the Village" (Dickinson, Smith) – 5:02 (5:20 on the 1998 re-release) 7. "Powerslave" (Dickinson) – 7:10 (6:46 on the 1998 re-release due to the deletion of the intro) 8. "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (Harris) – 13:34 On the 1998 remastered re-release, the songs "Back in the Village" and "Powerslave" were separated in a different place, with the intro of "Powerslave" being attached to the end of "Back in the Village".  Bonus disc (1995 reissue) 1. "Rainbow's Gold" – 4:57 2. "Mission From 'Arry" – 6:42 3. "King of Twilight" – 4:53 4. "The Number of the Beast (Live)" (Harris) – 4:57 Read full review
- sib1970simon08 Oct, 2014by
Excellent value, no delays, highly recommend
Great album from a great band, getting back to the eighties and nineties. Classic album, maybe their best.
- 01e6510eeb2279d...02 Nov, 2009by
It's Iron Maiden what more canI say? Bloody brilliant!
One of their best albums; truly amazing! Released back in 1984 and still one of the best albums I've ever heard. Classic songs throughout, and with amazing artwork!
- guitarsandwoods16 May, 2009by
One of the best Iron Maiden albums.
Of course everyone knows Iron Maiden, one of the biggest bands in the world since the 80's. They came out with a handful of classic albums, being Powerslave, along with Piece Of mind, in my humble opinion one of their best albums of all time. If you don't know this album, you don't know what you're losing. Mandatory in every metal fan collection.
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