15 Songs, 1 Hour 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This powerful, 15-song live set is compiled from 15 different stops on the British metal legends’ 2016–17 world tour and was coproduced by Maiden bassist Steve Harris. Bolstered by a commanding performance from vocalist Bruce Dickinson on his first tour after recovering from throat cancer, the band delivers triumphant renditions of six songs from 2015’s The Book of Souls alongside galloping '80s classics like “The Trooper,” “Wrathchild,” and “Wasted Years” as audiences of tens of thousands cheer wildly and sing along in ecstatic solidarity.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

This powerful, 15-song live set is compiled from 15 different stops on the British metal legends’ 2016–17 world tour and was coproduced by Maiden bassist Steve Harris. Bolstered by a commanding performance from vocalist Bruce Dickinson on his first tour after recovering from throat cancer, the band delivers triumphant renditions of six songs from 2015’s The Book of Souls alongside galloping '80s classics like “The Trooper,” “Wrathchild,” and “Wasted Years” as audiences of tens of thousands cheer wildly and sing along in ecstatic solidarity.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

dirtymel316 ,

Classic🤘🏼

Amazing tour, amazing shows. We were fortunate enough to see the final night of the tour in Brooklyn. Maiden never disappoints. Up the irons🤘🏼!!

Campbema ,

Good stuff

Wish they did a US live version instead so I could say I was there. But I traveled from Ohio to Philadelphia to see them with a bunch of fat old dudes crying the whole time about the new material. So I don’t blame them for not using those gigs. Literally watched some old neck beards stand stone faced during everything post 2000 because they were so out of touch with their “favorite band”.

HHRINCON ,

Tour and release

Maiden is milking it till the end , do I blame them heck no! I love live Maiden, but this a little ridiculous. Instead buy Live after Death. Classic!!!\m/

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