Killers: The Origins Of Iron Maiden 1975-1983 Neil Daniels

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Published: May 24th 2015

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Killers: The Origins Of Iron Maiden 1975-1983  by  Neil Daniels

Killers: The Origins Of Iron Maiden 1975-1983 by Neil Daniels
May 24th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 293 pages | ISBN: | 5.21 Mb

Formed in East London by bassist Steve Harris in 1975, Iron Maiden are one of the most popular heavy metal bands ever. It didn t start that way though. Killers - The Origins of Iron Maiden traces their humble roots and the personnel changes thatMoreFormed in East London by bassist Steve Harris in 1975, Iron Maiden are one of the most popular heavy metal bands ever.

It didn t start that way though. Killers - The Origins of Iron Maiden traces their humble roots and the personnel changes that plagued them as the band strived to find the winning formula. Covered here are the legendary Soundhouse Tapes, the two acclaimed Paul Di Anno fronted albums - the self-titled 1980 debut and 1981s Killers - and the commercial breakthrough with 1982s The Number Of The Beast, which marked Bruce Dickinsons debut, and its highly acclaimed followed up Piece Of Mind, which cemented Iron Maiden s status as the worlds biggest heavy metal band.

This unique book is the first to focus on Iron Maidens important formative years. It includes a foreword by Guns N Roses guitarist Ron Bumblefoot Thal and an afterword from ex-Judas Priest frontman Tim Ripper Owens.



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