Eddie (also known as Eddie the Head) is the mascot for the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He is a perennial fixture of the group's artwork, appearing in all of their album covers (as well as most of their singles) and in their merchandise, which includes T-shirts, posters and action figures. On top of this, Eddie features in all of the band's concerts, as well as in the first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, and the role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast.
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Iron Maiden - 2002 Eddie's Archives Tin-6 CDs Box Set. The plastic has been taken off the outside ONLY! Everything inside has never been touched. Any CD that is made in Japan, will of course be sold and intended for the Japanese market. If Bon Jovi releases a new album world-wide, naturally, most countries will issue.
Iron Maiden’s Eddie Album Covers. Every one knows Eddie, Iron Maiden's lovable and seemingly un-killable zombie mascot. After all, he's graced every one of the group's studio album covers in a series of ever-more bizarre forms. But can you remember them all?. When Iron Maiden brought back golden-era lead singer Bruce Dickinson after a seven-year absence for 2000's 'Brave New World,' it was only fitting that Derek Riggs also returned from a 10-year hiatus to present the cloud-based form of Eddie, looking down on all of us mere mortals in a very threatening manner. First off, the title is misleading, this is not a dance album, much to the disappointment of our sister site PopCrush. Secondly, it seems Maiden was in kind of a hurry to get this chess-board-of-doom styled album art out into the world.
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. Why is the album BBC Archives listed separately (part of the Eddie's Archive box set) but the other two albums, Beast Over Hammersmith and Best Of The B Sides, are not? Ответить Показать 2 ответа Уведомить меня Helpful.
Iron Maiden - Eddie's proper horrorshow face was finally unveiled when 'Iron Maiden' hit the shelves in April 1980. The image is based on the original sketch Riggs drew in late 1979, however, with added hair to make Eddie look more metal. Advertisement - continue reading below. On Iron Maiden's third single 'Women In Uniform', Thatcher gets her own back on Eddie. Dressed in full army uniform and clutching a machine gun, the PM lies in wait for Eddie who's distracted by the attention of two ladies. View Gallery70 photos. Continuing the murderous theme, on Iron Maiden's second album, 'Killers', Eddie is holding a blood-smeared axe as his unfortunate victim claws at his chest. The block of flats in the background is based on where Riggs was living at the time.
Iron Maiden Eddie's Archive. Disc 1 - BBC Archives.
Albums: Part 1 - BBC Archives (2CD).