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Maiden Japan, also known as Heavy Metal Army, is a live EP by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The title is a pun of Deep Purple's live album Made in Japan. There are at least two different versions of this EP; all tracks were recorded in Kosei Nenkin Hall in Nagoya on May 23, 1981. It was lead singer Paul Di'Anno's final recording with the band, and features a maximum of 5 tracks. The original Japanese pressing features… read more



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  • Avatar for Je_Mq_Metal
    Descanse em paz, "Clive Burr" 1957-2013
  • Avatar for super_ruben09
    The 17 track edition is absolutely INSANE, up there with Live After Death as far Maiden live releases go IMO.
  • Avatar for BIack_Sabbath
    The track list shown here is that of the full concert show. Iron Maiden released the whole thing to members of the Iron Maiden fan club back in 1999.
  • Avatar for WatsonPepeLives
    Clive's solo is awesome
  • Avatar for musicgodlything
    OK, so lets just say that the boot and the official release are one and the same, except for "I've Got the Fire". Or they played the exact same set both nights. Does anyone have both "The Big Heat" and the official release to compare? Just curious. Prior to 1999 this was a "Special live EP." Great tour title.
  • Avatar for WiJoCo
    The segue from "Strange World" to "Murders in the Rue Morgue" is fantastic on this show. Too bad the songs were on seperate albums or that would sound awesome in the studio too.
  • Avatar for settlehead
    the official EP was recorded at Kosei Nenkin Hall, (Nagoya), Japan 1981/05/23, and the bootleg was recorded at Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan, 1981/05/24
  • Avatar for muunchail
    The best show with Paul
  • Avatar for Killed-By-Death
    awesome cd!
  • Avatar for Chris7mas
    Sorry, my mistake. Link [url=]here[/url].

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