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Iron Maiden|Maiden Japan  (2021 Remaster)

Maiden Japan (2021 Remaster)

Iron Maiden

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Running Free (2021 Remaster)
00:02:47

Steve Harris, Bass Guitar, Writer - Dave Murray, Guitar - Iron Maiden, MainArtist - Adrian Smith, Guitar - Paul Di'Anno, Vocals, Writer - Clive Burr, Drums - Ade Emsley, Remastering Engineer - Doug Hall, Producer, Engineer

© 2021 Iron Maiden LLP Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 1981, 2021 Iron Maiden LLP

2
Remember Tomorrow (2021 Remaster)
00:05:42

Steve Harris, Bass Guitar, Writer - Dave Murray, Guitar - Iron Maiden, MainArtist - Adrian Smith, Guitar - Paul Di'Anno, Vocals, Writer - Clive Burr, Drums - Ade Emsley, Remastering Engineer - Doug Hall, Producer, Engineer

© 2021 Iron Maiden LLP Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 1981, 2021 Iron Maiden LLP

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Wrathchild (2021 Remaster)
00:02:55

Steve Harris, Bass Guitar, Writer - Dave Murray, Guitar - Iron Maiden, MainArtist - Adrian Smith, Guitar - Paul Di'Anno, Vocals - Clive Burr, Drums - Ade Emsley, Remastering Engineer - Doug Hall, Producer, Engineer

© 2021 Iron Maiden LLP Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 1981, 2021 Iron Maiden LLP

4
Killers (2021 Remaster)
00:04:52

Steve Harris, Bass Guitar, Writer - Dave Murray, Guitar - Iron Maiden, MainArtist - Adrian Smith, Guitar - Paul Di'Anno, Vocals, Writer - Clive Burr, Drums - Ade Emsley, Remastering Engineer - Doug Hall, Producer, Engineer

© 2021 Iron Maiden LLP Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 1981, 2021 Iron Maiden LLP

5
Innocent Exile (2021 Remaster)
00:04:01

Steve Harris, Bass Guitar, Writer - Dave Murray, Guitar - Iron Maiden, MainArtist - Adrian Smith, Guitar - Paul Di'Anno, Vocals - Clive Burr, Drums - Ade Emsley, Remastering Engineer - Doug Hall, Producer, Engineer

© 2021 Iron Maiden LLP Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 1981, 2021 Iron Maiden LLP

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