Iron Maiden ‎– Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

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Parlophone ‎– 2564624849
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram
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A1 Moonchild
Written-By – Smith*, Dickinson*
A2 Infinite Dreams
Written-By – Harris*
A3 Can I Play With Madness
Written-By – Smith*, Dickinson*, Harris*
A4 The Evil That Men Do
Written-By – Smith*, Dickinson*, Harris*
B1 Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Written-By – Harris*
B2 The Prophecy
Written-By – Murray*, Harris*
B3 The Clairvoyant
Written-By – Harris*
B4 Only The Good Die Young
Written-By – Dickinson*, Harris*

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Credits

Notes

[Sleeve]
© 1988 Iron Maiden LLP.

Recorded at Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany
Bernd Maier - Studio Boffin
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York
Managed for Sanctuary Music

All titles published by Imagem London Ltd.

[Back Cover]
℗ 1988 the copyright in the original sound recording is owned by Parlophone Records Ltd., A Warner Music Group Company. © 1988 Iron Maiden LLP. © 2014 Parlophone Records Ltd. Made in the EU.

[Label B]
All titles published by Imagem London Ltd.
℗ 1988 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company. © 1988 Iron Maiden LLP.
Made in E.U.

Issued with original artwork, including printed inner sleeve with lyrics and credits. / 180 Gram.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 825646248490
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 9729561 BC 93287-01 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 9729561 BC 93287-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout: GEMA-MCPS
  • Label Code: LC0299
  • Other (Side A, center label): 2564624849 / 1
  • Other (Side B, center label): 2564624849 / 2
  • Other (Original UK cat#, side B center label): EMD 1006
  • Other (Side B, center label): (EMD 1006B)

Other Versions (5 of 207) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EMD 1006, 79 0258 1 Iron Maiden Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son(LP, Album) EMI, EMI EMD 1006, 79 0258 1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
none Iron Maiden Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Moon Records (2) none Ukraine 1998 Sell This Version
064 7 90258 1 Iron Maiden Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Blu) EMI (2) 064 7 90258 1 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
TC-EMC. 790258 Iron Maiden Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son(Cass, Album) EMI TC-EMC. 790258 Australia 1988 Sell This Version
FA 3247 Iron Maiden Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son(LP, Album, RE) Fame, EMI FA 3247 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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HenryE

HenryE

January 31, 2019
Sounds compressed, looking at the runouts i noticed a lot of unused space.
The result is a very silent release, but i'm glad there's not much background noise. Use a sensitive pickup like the Ortofon 2M black.
Lanakias1

Lanakias1

January 4, 2019
edited 3 months ago
I give a chance on this version because is one of my favorites albums and is very cheap.. My feelings about the quality is somewhere in the middle.. If you compare it with the ugly remastered CD 1998, this version sound a different album.. The sound is more on the original side.. The bass is softer here and not distract you like the 1998.. But if you compare it with the original LP, this version is very very weak.. The original is miles ahead.. It seems here the remastered version kill any explosion of the album and the true atmosphere like always.. The original can fill your roam with music.. Can cover you for fun.. You feel you are inside the music.. But here this version seems weak.. The sound struggle to come out.. Not have the power and the explosion like the original. And that is the truth.. If you want to listen the real album and the realistic music must find the original somewhere. The difference are massive. But if you cant do that, this version is a second good choice.. Better have this than the 1998 remastered..
MrMel

MrMel

November 10, 2018

Absolutely fabulous version of the album. The center labels are beautiful and the sound quality is superb.
VintageMetal

VintageMetal

July 18, 2017
I've listened to this reissue over and over (probably because it's my favorite album), and I have compared it to other issues. The result is this one is very very solid sounding. Excellent bass, guitar solos are crisp, and a Bruce sounds amazing. My recommendation> Add this copy to your collection!
Evilmantheone

Evilmantheone

April 7, 2017
From all Maiden's reissues, this one wins the first place for the most pixelated of the lot. They really messed up here, the original cover always looked a bit tame in my opinion, and obviously not as detailed as other Riggs's artworks, but the scan they used for this reissue looks rather bad and blurry... Really not great.

I had a strange problem with this album. First one I bought looked almost used and dusty, and had awful cracklings all over. It sounded like VG second-hand copy. Absolutely incredible. I decided to bring it back to my local store and ask for a replacement, the other copy (still the one I have), sounded much better, still noisy with occasional crackling but not disturbing anymore. From all Maiden's reissues I own, this one is the most noisy of the lot, yet nothing really awful.

Soundwise, it's pretty fine, they used the original masters for these reissues and did a proper vinyl mastering, and you can tell it easily. I can't compare it to the original unfortunately but I have no doubt it's certainly better, still, this copy is far from bad to me. If you want a mint copy of this album go for this one, otherwise, look for an original, but for a decent price, this is a pretty good deal.
tommyvercettigang

tommyvercettigang

October 13, 2016

one of maiden's best albums but this reissue sounds very dull and lifeless when compared to the original pressing .