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Iron MaidenLive In Tokyo 1981

Label:Verne Records – VER 31
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Heavy Metal

Tracklist

Live At Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan On 24th May 1981 (Evening Show)
A1Wrathchild3:01
A2Purgatory3:21
A3Sanctuary4:03
A4Remember Tomorrow5:29
A5Another Life (Incl. Drum Solo)6:21
A6Twilight Zone2:28
B1Ghenghis Khan3:31
B2Killers5:00
B3Innocent Exile3:55
B4Strange World5:15
B5Murders In The Rue Morgue4:15
B6Running Free3:05
C1Phantom Of The Opera7:04
C2Iron Maiden3:37
C3Transylvania (Incl. Guitar Solo)5:50
C4Drrifter8:17
Live In Bremen, Germany For 'Beat-Club' TV Show On 29th April 29 1981
D1Prowler3:48
D2Wrathchild2:51
D3Innocent Exile3:48
D4Sanctuary3:52
D5Phantom Of The Opera6:50
D6Iron Maiden3:40
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Credits

Notes

Released in a single sleeve, with the records housed in generic white die-cut inner sleeves.

Title on the labels: Maiden Tokyo 1981

All tracks on side 1, side 2 & side 3 recorded live at Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan on 24th May 1981 (Evening Show).
Excellent quality soundboard recording.

Side 4 recorded live in Bremen, Germany for 'Beat-Club' TV show on 29th April 29 1981.
Excellent quality TV broadcast.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 367536740310

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Recommendations

Reviews

  • PsyKoTine's avatar
    PsyKoTine
    Nice bootleg quality for a legendary gig

    Side 4 is strong too

    Highly recommended for the real fans of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal
    • wickedlester69's avatar
      While the sound quality isn’t the greatest, for a bootleg it’s not bad. My copy is pressed on two 180 gram vinyl discs.. It plays perfectly and looks as good as anything I’ve ever seen. Maybe they weren’t all made this way, but mine appears to have been done very well with high quality vinyl. The album cover is awesome.. although I wish they had made it with a gatefold. Either way, the print work is professional looking, and I say that as a professional lithographer with 20 years experience. The labels are really killer.. Maiden Japan era artwork by Riggs. It’s really a shame that the band didn’t release a full length live album from that lineup. As a hardcore fan of the early Maiden days, this is a must have for me. I paid $36 for it and woulda paid more with no regrets. If anyone does find a copy, just keep in mind this is a bootleg and the sound quality is not going to match an official release. But as bootlegs go, its really not bad at all.
      • jimmyjam69's avatar
        jimmyjam69
        This is one of the most widely bootlegged Maiden recordings. The release is made very cheap. The cover is pretty nice but the records themselves cheap. The vinyl itself is full of dimples. The labels are cool looking though. I would say if you can find this for $25 grab it up for your collection. But don't pay more than that. I just bought it for $24 from Hellsheadbangers.com don't get ripped off for double or triple this.

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