Reissue of Iron Maiden's 4th album (and first with drummer Nicko McBain), first released in 1983. Along with Judas Priest, Maiden ruled mainstream British heavy metal in the 80s and this is part of their great run, which also includes the classic albums "Number of the Beast" and, my favorite, "Powerslave." Maiden weren't afraid to be a little pretentious and songs on this album reference films ("Where Eagles Dare") and literature ("The Trooper," based on a Tennyson poem). Heshers on your marks.
This album was a landmark release and helped define the latter half of the classic metal era.
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