to the Slaughter," and "The Clairvoyant. One could nitpick about various omissions, but the bottom line is that A Real Live One isn't an album Maiden devotees will want to pass up. Track Listing.
Release Date 22 September 1998. Studio EMI. Recorded Various concerts throughout the Fear of the Dark Tour and Real Live Tour.
Live at Donington is a live album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, documenting their second headlining appearance at the Monsters of Rock festival at Donington Park, a motorsport circuit located near Castle Donington. The concert took place on 22 August 1992 during the Fear of the Dark Tour in front of a crowd of almost 80,000.
A Real Live One is a live album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in March 1993. The album tracks were recorded at 9 different venues in Europe on the Fear of the Dark Tour. This album features songs from the Somewhere in Time (1986) through Fear of the Dark (1992) eras, while counterpart A Real Dead One only contains songs from the pre-Somewhere in Time albums
A Real Live One, A Real Dead One (Live) Album. A Real Live One, A Real Dead One (Live). 2 Minutes to Midnight.
Iron Maiden discography (lives). lt; From There to Eternity (1992). A Real Dead One (1993). Iron Maiden discography (all). lt; Fear of the Dark Live (1993). Hallowed Be Thy Name (1993). A Real Live One. Iron Maiden. Release date: March 22nd, 1993.
By 1993, Iron Maiden were beginning to cease to exist. Frontman Bruce Dickinson clearly was tired and had his mind on his oncoming solo tour; Steve Harris was going through a nasty divorce and tensions within the band were beginning to hit an all time low, and to make things worse, Bruce announced that he was leaving the band to pursue his solo career. Along with it came two live albums, A Real Live One and A Real Dead One, both of which are compilations from the 1992 Fear of the Dark tour and 1993 Real Live Tour. And the bad news is, it's every bit as depressing to listen to as you'd expect.
Founded in Leyton in London's East End in 1975, Iron Maiden released their first album in 1980 as a five-piece with Paul Di'Anno on vocals. Bruce Dickinson would replace him in 1981. With several line-up changes Steve Harris would remain the only original member never to have had a hiatus.