September 3rd, 1984
On the 1998 re-issue of Powerslave, tracks 6 and 7 had different track lengths.
Track 6 was 5:20 instead of 5:00 and track 7 was 6:47 instead of 7:07
1. Aces High 04:29
2. 2 Minutes to Midnight 05:59
3. Losfer Words (Big 'Orra) 04:12
4. Flash of the Blade 04:02
5. The Duellists 06:06
6. Back in the Village 05:20
7. Powerslave 06:47
8. Rime of the Ancient Mariner 13:36
Bruce Dickinson: Vocals
Steve Harris: Bass
Dave Murray: Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Adrian Smith: Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Nicko McBrain: Drums
The 1995 reissue comes with a bonus cd with the following track list:
01 - Rainbow's Gold ( 04:56 )
02 - Mission From Harry ( 06:42 )
03 - King Of Twilight ( 04:52 )
04 - The Number Of The Beast (live) ( 04:58 )
This album was also released as a Picture Disc.
Martin "Pool Bully" Birch
Compass Point, Nassau, Bahamas
Electric Ladyland, New York
George Marino at Sterling Sound, New York
Simon Hayworth at Chop 'Em Out (1998 re-release)
All titles published by:
Zomba Music Publishers Ltd
Sleeve concept and design by:
Derek "The Master" Riggs, Rod Smallwood and Iron Maiden
Moshe Brakha (original 1984 release)
Ross Halfin, and Moshe Brakha (1998 re-release)
Iron Maiden is managed by:
Rod "I can tak' itI'm a Yorkshireman" Smallwood for Sanctuary Music (overseas) Ltd. and Andy "Aye, a large Bacardi and Coke" Taylor For Sanctuary Music Ltd.
Iron Maiden thank the following: Rod and Andy: The Killer Krew Tony "Computer-Man" Wigens, Dicky "'Course I'm pissedIt's a day off" Bell, Dave "I'm already working on thenext tour" Lights, Doug "Megawatt" Hall, Bill "Casanova" Barclay, Warren "I've gotta get going very fast" Poppe, Mike "Maudlin" Kenney, Steve "E's a geezer" Gadd, Steve "Mooshy" Altman, "JT" Thompson, Horace "Mr. Casual" Ward, Ian Black, Vic "Crazy Innit" Vella, John Harte, "Loopey" Newhouse, Paddy, Paul Joe and Dizzy; Ronan, Roger and Derek at Meteorlites; Charlie Kail and his Brilliant Constructions; Turbosound; Keith Wilfort FC; Terry "Totally Together" Berg, Bob Lefsetz, Bill Taylor, Bob Laird; Platinum Travel; Bill Elso and ATI; John Jackson and Fair Warning; Howard Jones; Bill Leibowitz; Patrick McKenna; Paul Fowler; Masa Ito; Ibanez, Dean Markley, Marshall, Electrovoice, Rotosound, Chas Foote, Bill Ludwig; Bobby Leiser and all at Paiste; Jochen Sponsel and all at Sonor; Total Productions; Sunny Bushell; Joe Kovacic and all at Lado Guitars, Toronto; Lorraine, Kathy, Jane and Tamar for putting up with so much; Barry, Clutch, Rangy, Jeff, Rob and Bob; Ira and Homeboy; Peter, Nick and Frank at Le Chalet; Lorraine and Ivy at Compass Point; Donny Robin and Little Bill at the Waterloo; Clive, Ralph, Rachelle and Jan at Zomba; especially "Court Jester" Birch and Mr. Riggs; Chadwell Heath MobChris, Mark, Titch and Paul; Pat Cash and Ian "Barkers" Barclay; Chris Ambler; the travelling fans around the Worldyou know who you are; Terry "Slasher" Wilson-Slesser; Jeff "I missed it again" Lovell; Andy Curran; Seymour Duncan; Steve Lazarus; Steve Cantwell; Steve Hunter; Melbourne F.C. for winning the cup! Mark at Ilford for the tatts! John and Benny of the Essex Angels; Doc Cardwell; Trevor Searle; 'H' Prophet; Jimmy Jones; Mr. Strange; Mrs. Canary for oatmeal and nosebags; Salle Bardakh; Mori and Gascon; Jersey Fencing Club including Reg "Mine's another pint" snepp; Brain Pitman and London Thames Fencing Club; Eddie R.I.P.; British Rail for UK tour transportation
for Bruce: Bruce's mum and dad, who still don't know where he is; Ross "I don't wanna spend my birthday in Poland" Halfin; Bill Bailey; Charlie Barnett; Steve, Trevor and all the reprobates at the Channel Islands Aero Club; Steve "Can ya handle the Power" Yorke; Lorraine and Jim Colkett... and everybody else we've forgotten. Buy us a pint and you too can be on here next year! Beware of false imitations!
This album is dedicated to the memory of Marcus Cowe a good mate and a great guy.
To the fans THANKS as always. See you on the
"WORLD SLAVERY TOUR" 84-85
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