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The Prisoner - Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast (Cassette, Album)

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  • Zulull
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    "The Prisoner" is a song by Iron Maiden, written by bassist Steve Harris and guitarist Adrian Smith. It is the third track from the studio album The Number of the Beast.. Lyrics Edit. We want information.
  • Tygonos
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    The Beast on the Road was a tour by the heavy metal band Iron Maiden in support of the album, The Number of the Beast. It is one of Iron Maiden's longest tours to date, only surpassed in length by the World Slavery Tour, comprising dates in 18 countries taking place over ten months.
  • Zulkirn
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Number Of The Beast on Discogs. Label: EMI Records Ltd. - C4 ,Harvest - C4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal5/5(2).
  • Fenritilar
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    Apr 21,  · Iron Maiden 's iconic album The Number Of The Beast is one of the benchmarks for which every metal band should strive to match. It's easier said than done, though that hasn't stopped a bunch of brave and/or foolhardy groups taking on the original album's eight classic songs.
  • Kigagor
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    Aug 06,  · It's off Iron Maiden's Number of the Beast album from , which was the last one to include the great Clive Burr on drums and the first one with .
  • Baktilar
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    Routinely ranked among the greatest heavy metal albums of all time, The Number of the Beast is the birth of Iron Maiden as we know it, a relentless metal machine lifted to soaring new heights by the arrival of erstwhile Samson frontman Bruce Dickinson.
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  • Zuzahn
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    Verified Purchase English heavy metal masters Iron Maiden's third album The Number of the Beast was originally released in April of here in the US on the Capitol subsidary Harvest (same label that Pink Floyd was on from late and The Little River Band's first four album was on /5().
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