Iron Maiden – Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son LP (180gram Black Vinyl)

Sealed LP / 180gram Black Vinyl
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IRON MAIDEN – Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (sealed LP copy) (2014 Parlophone re-issue on 180gram Black vinyl - issued with original artwork, including printed inner sleeve w/lyrics & credits). Seventh Son of a Seventh Son is the 7th full-length studio album from Iron Maiden. It was originally released on April 11th, 1988 in the United Kingdom by EMI Records and in the United States by Capitol Records.

Stylistically, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son developed the sounds first heard on Somewhere in Time, although, on this occasion, the synth effects were created by keyboards rather than bass or guitar synthesisers. According to Bruce Dickinson, the band decided not to hire a keyboard player, with the parts being "mainly one-finger stuff from Adrian Smith (guitarist), Steve, the engineer or whoever had a finger free at the time". Harris was fond of the development, in spite of the fact that the record did not sell as well as its predecessor in the United States; "I thought it was the best album we did since Piece of Mind.

I loved it because it was more progressive—I thought the keyboards really fitted in brilliantly—'cause that's the influences I grew up with, and I was so pissed off with the Americans, because they didn't really seem to accept it. Everyone said afterwards that it was a European-sounding album. I'm not so sure about that. What's a European-sounding album? To me, it's just a Maiden-sounding album." -- Parlophone – 2564624849

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