Iron Maiden:Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988)

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Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Artist: Iron Maiden
Released: April 23, 1988

  1. Moonchild (Smith/Dickinson) (5:39)
  2. Infinite Dreams (Harris) (6:08)
  3. Can I Play With Madness (Smith/Dickinson/Harris) (3:31)
  4. The Evil That Men Do (Smith/Dickinson/Harris) (4:33)
  5. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (Harris) (9:53)
  6. The Prophecy (Murray/Harris) (5:05)
  7. The Clairvoyant (Harris/Rose) (4:27)
  8. Only the Good Die Young (Harris/Dickinson) (4:42)
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Album Details

Genre
Length
Label
Producer

Heavy metal
44:14
EMI
Martin "Disappearing Armchair" Birch

Extra Information

March 25th - "Can I Play With Madness" released - chart debut No. 3, the first of four Top 10 singles from Seventh Son album:
April 23rd - album released on St. George's Day - debuts No. 1
May 13th - Tour starts in Moncton, Canada with 59 North America arena shows
August 13th - "Evil That Men Do" released (5)
August 20th - Headline "Monsters of Rock" at Castle Donnington in front of a record crowd of over 100,000 fans.
August 25th to October 5th - "Monsters of Rock" around Europe
November 7th - "The Clairvoyant" released (6)
November 27th to December 12th - UK tour includes 2 Wembley Arenas and 3 Hammersmith - all sold out.
November 6th - "Infinite Dreams" released (6) and "Maiden England" video (1)

Enhanced CD Video Section:
- Can I Play With Madness
- The Evil That Men Do
- The Clairvoyant (excerpt)
- Infinite Dreams (excerpt)

Group Members

Bruce Dickinson: Vocals
Dave Murray: Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Adrian Smith: Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Synth
Steve Harris: Bass, String Synth
Nicko McBrain: Drums