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Full-length, EMI Records
March 29th, 1982

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This album was also released as Picture Disc.

''The Prisoner'' was inspired by the TV series with the same name, that were popular in the 70'.

1. Invaders 03:24
2. Children of the Damned 04:36
3. The Prisoner 06:03
4. 22 Acacia Avenue 06:38
5. The Number of the Beast 04:51
6. Run to the Hills 03:54
7. Gangland 03:49
8. Hallowed be Thy Name 07:13

Total playing time 40:28

Bruce Dickinson: Vocals
Steve Harris: Bass
Dave Murray: Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Adrian Smith: Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Clive Burr: Drums

The 1995 reissue comes with a bonus cd with the following track list:
01 - Total Eclipse
02 - Remember Tomorrow (live)

The 1998 remaster has a bonus track:
8. Total Eclipse ( 4:25 )

It also contains a special enhanced CD-ROM multimedia section with videos,exclusive photo galleries, biographies, internet links plus a deluxe 24 pagecolour booklet with full lyrics, Eddie art and photos.



Produced and engineered:
Martin "Farmer" Birch

Second engineer:
Nigel "it was working yesterday" Hewitt-Green

Recorded and mixed at:
Battery Studios, London

Remastered by:
Simon Hayworth at Chop 'Em Out (1998 re-release)

All titles published by:
Zomba Music Publishers Ltd

Managed by:
Rod "Bloody 'ell Fire" Smallwood for Sanctuary Music (original 1982 release)

Cover concept by:
Rod Smallwood (1998 re-release)

Sleeve illustrations by:
Derek Riggs

Sleeve photos by: Simon Fowler (original 1982 release)

Robert Ellis, Ross Halfin, P.G. Brunelli, Simon Fowler, Denis O'Regan, George Chin, Rod Smallwood (1998 re-release)

Inner sleeve photos by:
Ross Halfin, Toshi Yajima, Andre Csillag, Bob Ellis, Rod Smallwood and Brunelli (original 1982 release)

Artwork by:
Cream (original 1982 release)

Photo montage by
Ian Kay (original 1982 release)

Iron Maiden wanna thank the following for their support: Dave Lights, Vic "Crazy Innit" Vella, Tony "Wiggy" Wigens, Nigel Gibbons, Colin "'know wot I mean John" Claydon, Doug "Professor" Hall, Bill Barclay, Pete Brotzman, Pete "Institute" Kirkman, Dave "Alright shirt" Evans, Tom Vallance, Loopey, Ronan, Roger and Derek at the Meteorlites, Charlie Kail and his Brilliant Constructions, Neal Peppe, Derek "Blood 'n' Guts Everywhere" Riggs, Home Boy, John "We want more" Jackson, Wally Meyrowitz, Howard "Hawk-eye" Jones, Alex "Alectron" Alexandro, Mike Kenny, Bernie, Nono, Vivi, Moro (Trust), Nico, Maurice, Thomas, Werner, Albert,, Alain, Franco, Max, Leon, Andre, Mr. Udo, Tak, Ishi, and Carlos the promoters: Tama, Ibanez, Paiste, Picato, Marshall, Rotosound, R.S.D., Ross Halfin, Keith Wilfort, Auntie Tina, Paul Ratsworthy,, Ken jenkins, Paul Sears, Trevor Searle, Phil Aquilina.

Special thanks to Kiss, Priest and UFO.

This album is dedicated to Headbangers, Earthdogs, Rivet Heads, Hell Rats and Metal Maniacs everywhere! See you on tour!

This album was recorded on Ruddles, with a little help from Remy and Carlsberg. "Up The Irons".

Iron Maiden F.C.:

S.A.E. to Iron Maiden F.C., Unit 10, 15 Lotts Road, London SW10

(original 1982 release)

Iron Maiden Fan Club:

P.O.Box 3803, Harlow, Essex, CM17 0NZ, England

Telephone/Fax: +44 (0)1279 442666

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(1998 re-release)