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Iron Maiden - No Sleep For The Beast
Iron Maiden - No Sleep For The Beast
Performer: Iron Maiden
Title: No Sleep For The Beast
Label: Cult Legend Recordings
Country: Europe
Released: 2017
Style: Heavy Metal
Cat: CLR 036
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1004 mb | MP3 size: 2733 mb | WMA size: 1248 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Charlotte The Harlot
2Sanctuary
3Intro
4Transylvania
5Running Free
6Phantom Of The Opera
7Iron Maiden
8Prowler
9Remember Tomorrow
10Invasion
11Wrathchild

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLR 036Iron Maiden No Sleep For The Beast ‎(LP, Promo, Unofficial, Yel)Cult Legend RecordingsCLR 036Europe2017
CLR 036Iron Maiden No Sleep For The Beast ‎(LP, Promo, Unofficial, Red)Cult Legend RecordingsCLR 036Europe2017
Test CLR 036Iron Maiden No Sleep For The Beast ‎(LP, TP, Unofficial)Cult Legend RecordingsTest CLR 036Europe2017
CLR 036Iron Maiden No Sleep For The Beast ‎(LP, Promo, Unofficial)Cult Legend RecordingsCLR 036Europe2017
Zodiac 329Iron Maiden Definitive Music Machine 1979 ‎(CD, Ltd, Num, Unofficial)Zodiac Zodiac 329Japan2018

Notes

30 September 1979 Music Machine, London, England.

Album

IRON Maiden - The Number Of The Beast 1982. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Heavy Metal NWOBHM. Iron Maiden. Songs in album Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast 1982. Iron Maiden - Invaders Unavailable. Iron Maiden - Children of the Damned Unavailable. Iron Maiden - The Prisoner Unavailable. Iron Maiden - 22 Acacia Avenue Unavailable. Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast Unavailable. Iron Maiden - Run to the Hills Unavailable. We want information information Who are you The new a nomber 2, who is nomber 1 You a nomber 6 - I'm not a nomber, I'm a FREEMAN . The Number of the Beast is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It is Iron Maiden's seventh single release, and the second single from their 1982 studio album of the same name. It was reissued in 2005 and also prior to that in 1990 in The First Ten Years box set on CD and 12 vinyl, in which it was combined with the previous single, Run to the Hills. Iron Maiden has no shortage of legendary albums in their discography, and this one is absolutely amazing This is their third album, but it is the first to feature Bruce Dickinson as the lead singer boy, does he impress in his debut He delivers every note with precision and emotion Every song on this album is memorable. Classic British metal at it's finest Received just in time to crank it up loud before seeing them live for the first time Good sounding pressing too Read more. Though some moments on The Number of the Beast are clearly stronger than others, the album as a whole represented a high-water mark for heavy metal, striking a balance between accessible melodicism and challenging technique and intensity. Everything fell into place for Iron Maiden here at exactly the right time, and the result certainly ranks among the top five most essential heavy metal albums ever recorded. A cornerstone of the genre. Number of the Beast is Iron Maiden's seventh single and the second single from Iron Maiden's 1982 album of the. Woe to you, oh earth and sea For the Devil sends the beast with wrath Because he knows the time is short Let him who hath understanding Reckon theThe Number of the Beast is Iron Maiden's seventh single and the second single from Iron Maiden's 1982 album of the same name. The song is inspired by both a nightmare bandleader and bassist Steve Harris had after watching the movie Damien: Omen II, and the storyline of the poem Tam o' Shanter. The Number of The Beast is one of Iron Maiden's greatest hits, and is almost always performed during concert. It reached 18 in the UK charts. Woe to you, oh earth and sea For the Devil sends the beast with wrath Because he knows the time is short Let him who hath understanding Reckon the View full lyrics. Scrobble Stats. Although Iron Maiden's The Number of the Beast isn't as dreadfully bland as the Rainbow LP, it comes uncomfortably close. Unlike the band's previous efforts, which retained much of the bluesy kick of early heavy metal, The Number pursues a slicker, more up-to-date sound with mixed results. Regrettably, the focus has shifted away from Dave Murray and Adrian Smith's lead guitars, and much of the album is in the hands of the rhythm section and newly acquired singer Bruce Dickinson. Despite an occasional flash of inspiration, like the driving riff that fuels Run to the Hi