When was Iron Maiden Live After Death released?

When was Iron Maiden Live After Death released?

October 14, 1985Live After Death / Release date

Where was live after death filmed?

Long Beach Arena
Editorial Reviews. Live After Death was filmed and recorded towards the tail end of `The World Slavery Tour’ over a record breaking four sold out nights at Los Angeles’ 13,200 capacity Long Beach Arena.

How many live albums does Iron Maiden have?

Three years later, Dance of Death was released. In 2006 they released A Matter of Life and Death, which received, along with their two previous studio releases, a gold certification by the BPI….

Iron Maiden discography
Live albums 13
Compilation albums 7
Video albums 20
Music videos 40

What year was live after death recorded?


Live After Death
Released 14 October 1985 (audio) 23 October 1985 (video)
Recorded 14–17 March 1985 (sides 1–3) 8–12 October 1984 (side 4)
Venue Long Beach Arena, California (sides 1–3) Hammersmith Odeon, London (side 4)
Genre Heavy metal

When did Iron Maiden live after death come out?

Live After Death is a live album and video by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, originally released in October 1985 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US (it was re-released by Sanctuary / Columbia Records in the US in 2002 on CD and by Universal Music Group / Sony BMG Music Entertainment…

Where was live after death London concert filmed?

It was recorded at Long Beach Arena, California and Hammersmith Odeon, London during the band’s World Slavery Tour . The video version of the concert only contains footage from the Long Beach shows.

Where was live after death double LP recorded?

The double LP release was also recorded at Long Beach, although side four contains additional tracks, recorded at Hammersmith Odeon, London on 8, 9, 10 and 12 October 1984.

What’s the name of Eddie from live after death?

And with strange aeons even death may die.” Also engraved on the headstone is what appears to be Eddie’s full name, “Edward T H–“, the remainder of which (his supposed surname, “Head”) is obscured by a clump of sod. The depiction of Eddie follows continuity from previous artworks.

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