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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post



    I was curious about picking up a copy of MAIDEN JAPAN, then I read that cassette wasn't official and goes for crazy money now! Too bad.
    I was thinking it must be on one of the cd reissues of one of the albums but maybe not? I looked around a little and didn't see it on any. I still have my old vinyl copy.
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    Maiden Japan was issued as a 12 inch single ep. In the Uk, you can occasionally find it in second hand stores. It was also issued as part of their first ten years re-issues in 1990, I think they can be both found on discogs. They are relatively hard to find, but no where near the scope of rarity that is the Soundhouse tapes.

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    This is awesome. Bruce in 1985 trying to sell LIVE AFTER DEATH on the streets of NY.



    And a SOMEWHERE IN TIME Tour commercial:

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    From 12 WASTED YEARS via the MAIDEN ENGLAND '88 dvd.
    Last edited by Scott; 06-06-2021 at 05:46 PM.
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    Are Iron Maiden getting ready to reveal details on their new album? The internets sure seem to think so. Lot of cryptic hints being dropped.

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    That's awesome! The last couple weekends I spent revisiting the History of Iron Maiden dvds, along with all their old concerts and whatnot. Then started watching some of their rebirth era concerts. I wish Steve would release the fourth part of their History docs, even if it's going to be the roughest period, post Seventh Son thru the Blaze era.

    I was going to make a joke too in the KISS thread. In so many ways Maiden seem like the complete opposite of KISS, at least as far as personality and humbleness is concerned. I can't say I actually know any of them but all the Maiden guys seem like good regular blokes who all just happen to be multi-millionaire musicians. And even though Maiden markets the heck out of themselves with all kind of bric-a-brac it somehow feels less cynical than the KISS machine. I won't even begin to compare music/talent. I did like how in the History doc (Part 1?) it covers that early tour they both did together and it seems like they all got on great. How could they not, it looked like a blast!

    Looking forward to the new album and whatever else they continue to do.
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    I remember seeing this commercial once on Nickelodeon, of all networks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post

    I was going to make a joke too in the KISS thread. In so many ways Maiden seem like the complete opposite of KISS, at least as far as personality and humbleness is concerned. I can't say I actually know any of them but all the Maiden guys seem like good regular blokes who all just happen to be multi-millionaire musicians. And even though Maiden markets the heck out of themselves with all kind of bric-a-brac it somehow feels less cynical than the KISS machine. I won't even begin to compare music/talent. I did like how in the History doc (Part 1?) it covers that early tour they both did together and it seems like they all got on great. How could they not, it looked like a blast!
    From my own experience, Steve Harris at least is cool as fuck. Me and a couple buddies waited around outside the back of the old Charlotte Coliseum after seeing them on the Powerslave tour and Harris, Dave Murray and Adrian Smith came out and hung around for about 30 minutes. Steve was drinking a beer and I talked to him mostly. He was incredibly laid back and humble. Just a regular guy. I knew he was a big UFO fan like I am so I brought them up and we talked about different albums of theirs. He signed a magazine for me as well. I still have it somewhere, I think it was a RIP magazine.
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    Man, that's awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Reed View Post
    I remember seeing this commercial once on Nickelodeon, of all networks.

    I'm pretty sure I saw this on MTV back when. Neat to see it again!
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