12 WASTED YEARS is a 1998 Iron Maiden music retrospective. ...more on Wikipedia about "12 Wasted Years"
Adrian Frederik "H" Smith (born February 27, 1957 in Hackney, East London, England) is one of three guitarists in the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adrian Smith"
Anton Gustafsson Tolkar Iron Maiden ("Anton Gustafsson Renders Iron Maiden") is the debut album by Anton Maiden. It was released in 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anton Gustafsson Tolkar Iron Maiden"
Anton Maiden, real name Anton Gustafsson ( February 24 1980 – November 1, 2003) achieved minor Internet fame around 1999 by singing over MIDI-versions of Iron Maiden songs. He got famous as a phenomenon of geek and DIY culture. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anton Maiden"
* After Forever - The Evil That Men Do (track 5 on Exordium) ...more on Wikipedia about "Bands that have covered Iron Maiden"
Blaze Bayley (born Bayley Cook, on 5 May, 1963 in Birmingham, England) is the lead singer for the heavy metal band B L A Z E. He is, however, most known for his role as the lead singer of Iron Maiden from 1994 to 1999. Bayley originally was part of a small band called Wolfsbane. However, when Bruce Dickinson departed Iron Maiden in 1993, Bayley was one of the singers that auditioned for the vacant post. He was selected over hundreds of others and first appeared on the album The X Factor, released in 1995. Bayley went on to tour with the band in support of the album. However, the tour had to be stopped short when Bayley fell ill due to allergic reactions to certain environments. The band returned to the studio and in 1998 released the album Virtual XI. The tour for the album was also cut short when Bayley fell ill again. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blaze Bayley"
Bruce Dickinson (born Paul Bruce Dickinson, August 7, 1958 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England) is the lead singer in the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Before this, he was singer in similar band called Samson from 1980, until he joined Iron Maiden the following year. He made his recording debut with Iron Maiden on their Number of the Beast album in 1982. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruce Dickinson"
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Charlotte the Harlot is the name of a song and a (presumably fictional) character who features in various tracks by the heavy metal group Iron Maiden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlotte the Harlot"
Clive Burr (b. March 8 1957) was the fourth drummer in the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He'd previously played in the band Samson. He joined Iron Maiden in 1979 (an acquaintance of Dennis Stratton) and played on their first three records: Iron Maiden, Killers and The Number of the Beast. He left the band in 1982 due to the tour schedule and personal problems. He was replaced by the band's current drummer, Nicko McBrain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clive Burr"
David Michael Murray (born December 23, 1956 in England) is a founding guitarist in the legendary heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He has been with the band ever since their inception in 1975, and along with bassist Steve Harris, he is the only member to have stayed in the band since then. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dave Murray (musician)"
Dennis Stratton (b. November 9, 1954 in London, England) is a guitar player who was a member of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden from January 1980 to October 1980. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Stratton"
Dennis Wilcock was the second singer for the band Iron Maiden. He was in the band only briefly, from 1976 to 1977. Wilcock used many special effects onstage with Maiden, including fake blood and pyrotechnics. In a controversial move, he persuaded founder Steve Harris to fire and replace the remaining members of the band, including legendary Maiden guitarist Dave Murray. He also persuaded Harris to hire a keyboardist for the first and last time in the band's history. Within six months, Harris fired Wilcock and the rest of the new band and hired back Dave Murray. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Wilcock"
Derek Riggs is a British artist best known for creating the heavy metal band Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie. He is also well known for working with the heavy metal band Gamma Ray. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek Riggs"
Doug Sampson was the third drummer for Iron Maiden. He was in the band from 1977 to 1979. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doug Sampson"
Ed Hunter, a first-person shooter video game, was released in 1999 with the Iron Maiden album Ed Hunter. The game objective consists of rescuing the mascot of Iron Maiden, Eddie, from a prison while passing through game settings evocative of the albums. Music from the band completes the game's customizable soundtrack. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ed Hunter (game)"
Eddie, whose full name is Eddie the Head or Edward the Head (see below), is the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden's mascot. He is a perennial fixture in the often violent album cover art, as well as ever present in their live shows. Eddie also featured in a first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eddie the Head"
From There to Eternity is a US music video released by the heavy metal band, Iron Maiden. ...more on Wikipedia about "From There to Eternity"
Gogmagog was a band that featured former Iron Maiden members Paul Di'Anno and Clive Burr, Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers, former Def Leppard guitarist Pete Willis, and former Whitesnake and Black Sabbath bassist Neil Murray. Pete Willis later played in the band Roadhouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gogmagog (band)"
Iron Maiden is a British heavy metal band from East London. Formed in 1975 by bassist Steve Harris, previously of Gypsy's Kiss and Smiler, they are one of the most successful and influential bands in the heavy metal genre, selling over 60 million albums worldwide. Iron Maiden has so far released thirteen studio albums, four "best of" compilations, eight live albums and four limited boxed-sets. They won the Ivor Novello Award for international achievement in 2000 ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "Iron Maiden"
Category:Iron Maiden ...more on Wikipedia about "Iron Maiden band members"
* Iron Maiden ( 1980) (Harris/Murray/Di'Anno/Burr/Stratton) chart position 4 (UK), unreleased in US ...more on Wikipedia about "Iron Maiden discography"
Janick Robert Gers (born January 27, 1957 in Hartlepool, England) is one of three guitarists in the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Janick Gers"
Live At The Rainbow, is a live video recorded by Iron Maiden on December 21, 1980 and released in 1981, this was Iron Maiden's second live recording, the legendary Soundhouse Tapes being the first. ...more on Wikipedia about "Live at the Rainbow"
Martin Birch is a British music producer, who has produced albums for bands such as Deep Purple, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Whitesnake and Blue Öyster Cult. Also, Mr. Birch worked on Fleetwood Mac's earliest work as an engineer and producer and engineered early work by The Faces. Martin is primarily known as an creative engineer who can bring together some of the most incorrigible personalities to make strong technically proficient recordings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martin Birch"
Michael Henry McBrain (born June 5, 1954 in England) is the drummer for heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The nickname "Nicko" is from Michael’s childhood, where his favourite book was entitled ‘Nicholas the bear’ – which he apparently carried everywhere. Due to this, his parents called him ‘Nick’. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nicko McBrain" http://www.shortopedia.com never sleeps.
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