Iron MaidenNo Prayer For The Dying

Sello:Parlophone – 0190295852351
Vinilo, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Estilo:Heavy Metal

Lista de Títulos

Written-ByDickinson*, Harris*
A2Holy Smoke
Written-ByDickinson*, Harris*
A3No Prayer For The Dying
A4Public Enema Number One
Written-ByDickinson*, Murray*
A5Fates Warning
Written-ByMurray*, Harris*
B1The Assassin
B2Run Silent Run Deep
Written-ByDickinson*, Harris*
B3Hooks In You
Written-BySmith*, Dickinson*
B4Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter
B5Mother Russia

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180 Gram Black Vinyl
Original Album Art And High Res Audio Remasters
Released with a inner sleeve with lyrics and credits in one side and photos in the other side.
The remasters are the 2015 digital remasters

Original ℗ 1990. Remastered ℗ 2015. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by: Iron Maiden LLP under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited., A Warner Music Group Company.
This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. © 2017 Iron Maiden LLP. Administered by Imagem London Limited. Made in the EU.

Recorded at Steve Harris' Barn, somewhere in England on the Rolling Stone mobile.
Mixed at Battery Studios, London.

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Código de Barras (Text): 0 190295 852351
  • Código de Barras (Scanned): 190295852351
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side A, etched): BH65507-01 A1 0190295852351-A CB
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side B, etched): BH65507-01 B1 0190295852351-B CB

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Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
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No Prayer For The Dying (LP, Album)EMI, EMIEMD 1017, 79 5142 1UK1990
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No Prayer For The Dying (CD, Album)EMI, EMI, EMI, EMICDP 79 5142 2, CDEMC 3582, 79 5142 2UK1990
Recientemente editado
No Prayer For The Dying (Cassette, Album)EMI, EMI268 7 95142 4, 7951424Europe1990
No Prayer For The Dying (Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release)Boogie (2)MC 097Poland1990
No Prayer For The Dying (Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release)Reggae (2)90192Poland1990


  • Avatar de CloudyMilder
    There may not be a misprint on the cover but there is certainly one on the inner sleeve lyrics. Holy Smoke lyrics halfway through are replaced by the lyrics for No Prayer For The Dying.
    • Avatar de alcoholica
      Editado hace un año
      Even though it is not their best, I have always liked this album a lot and have long owned an original on red vinyl, and since I have been happy with the other reissues when comparing with the originals, I bought this one too. I can't help but think something is not right with this one, like it has been heavily compressed perhaps. That is my first impression anyway, i'll have to play it some more.
      • Avatar de fajans82
        My copy has a annoying volume level issue. It's getting louder then softer on the 'Tail Gunner" and "Holy Smoke" tracks.
        • Avatar de NickCaveman
          No misprint here. Should there be a new entry for the good press?
          • Avatar de AbelCain11
            My copy has no misprinted frontcover either. Maybe the very first printing had the error and they fixed it fast
            • Avatar de MrMel
              Great sounding audio, just like the cd version. Nice center labels on the vinyl and the artwork looks great having been resized from the original cd size for the vinyl version
              • Avatar de thesyspit
                Editado hace 5 años
                The cover artwork is not misprinted, this is the original artwork from 1990 some elements were added and removed for the 1998 remastered version on CD such as the writing on the plaque and the gravedigger. I think the decision to go back to the original was made for authenticity reasons as they stated they would be exact replicas of the original covers. This album marked a return to shorter songs and a rawer less polished sound with no epics sadly the songs simply were not good enough as a whole. The promise of Tailgunner is wasted by a chorus lacking inspiration, the best thing on here is the cool refrain of the title Track which follows the blueprint of Remember Tomorrow sadly the song is ruined by a chaotic change of pace which lacks the usual maiden discipline and melody - the album doesn't recover after this - the only highlights are some of Dave Murrays brilliant melodic solos and couple of rasping Janick Gers solos on Bring Your Daughter and The Assassin which highlight his full on aggressive and some what unorthodox playing style. The quality of this album can usually be reflected in the fact that most of the songs have not been played since the album tour - the only song that has had a recent outing was Bring Your Daughter during maidens in between album tours. Most people will remember Bring Your Daughter going to number one in January 1991 as a result of a clever trick to release some 7 formats of the single.
                • Avatar de harrymerkin
                  Editado hace 5 años
                  Sounds ok, but JESUS that front cover...what a sh*t show!, there is a section where the metal plate joins onto Eddie's grave and it has been very badly photoshopped/clone stamped to fit the cover. Awful.


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