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Iron Maiden to reissue '80s catalog on vinyl this October

Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden launches a new beer named 'Trooper', brewed by Robinsons family brewer in Stockport, at National Army Museum on March 12, 2013 in London, England
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Legendary metal band Iron Maiden has announced they will reissue their first seven albums, plus their live album “Live After Death” on vinyl this fall. Exclusive 7-inch singles from each of the records will also get a re-release. Each LP will be pressed on beautiful 180g black vinyl and will include tracks taken off the original analogue master tapes. The albums will be released in chronological order beginning with their self titled debut on October 14 and ending with Seventh Son of a Seventh Son November 25. Complete release schedule can be found below.

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Oct. 13 (U.K.) / 14 (U.S.): ‘Iron Maiden,’ ‘Killers,’ ‘The Number of the Beast,’ plus the following singles:

‘Running Free’ b/w ‘Burning Ambition’
‘Sanctuary’ b/w ‘Drifter’ (Live) and ‘I’ve Got the Fire’ (Live)
‘Women in Uniform’ b/w ‘Invasion’
‘Twilight Zone’
‘Purgatory’ b/w ‘Genghis Khan’
‘Run to the Hills’ b/w ‘Total Eclipse’
‘The Number of the Beast’ b/w ‘Remember Tomorrow’ (Live)

Oct. 27 (U.K.) / 28 (U.S.): ‘Piece of Mind,’ ‘Powerslave,’ ‘Live After Death,’ plus the following singles:

‘Flight of Icarus’ b/w ‘I’ve Got the Fire’
‘The Trooper’ b/w ‘Cross-Eyed Mary’
’2 Minutes to Midnight’ b/w ‘Rainbow’s Gold’
‘Aces High’ b/w ‘King of Twilight’
‘Running Free’ (Live) b/w ‘Sanctuary’ (Live)
‘Run to the Hills’ (Live) b/w ‘Phantom of the Opera’ (Live)

Nov. 24 (U.K.) / 25 (U.S.): ‘Somewhere in Time,’ ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son,’ plus the following singles:

‘Wasted Years’ b/w ‘Reach Out’
‘Stranger in a Strange Land’ b/w ‘That Girl’
‘Can I Play with Madness’ b/w ‘Black Bart Blues’
‘The Evil That Men Do’ b/w ‘Prowler ‘88′
‘The Clairvoyant’ b/w ‘The Prisoner’ (Live)
‘Infinite Dreams’ (Live) b/w ‘Killers’ (Live)

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