eBook - Martin Popoff - Where Eagles Dare: Iron Maiden in the '80s
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The 2019 eBook by Martin Popoff
Calling all ‘Edbangers!
Where Eagles Dare: Iron Maiden in the ‘80s is my song-by-song, album-per-chapter 288-page book covering every Maiden album and tour from Iron Maiden through Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. There are two colour tipped-in colour sections and a discography, but mostly this is my first chance to cover the band in a proper biographical form. If you love Maiden as much as I do, and if you dug the format of my recent four Black Sabbath and Judas Priest books also available right here at Zunior, then you should be fine with Where Eagles Dare.
As the back cover sez…
“Phantom of the Opera,” “Running Free,” “Wrathchild,” The Number of the Beast,” “Hallowed Be Thy Name,” “The Trooper,” “Aces High,” “2 Minutes to Midnight,” “Wasted Years,” “Can I Play with Madness”… these are just a few of the many iconic heavy metal anthems of New Wave of British Heavy Metal heroes Iron Maiden.
In Where Eagles Dare: Iron Maiden in the ‘80s, now three-time Maiden author Martin Popoff celebrates the band’s golden period, with a mischievous cheat covering the fascinating ‘70s roots of the band en route to The Soundhouse Tapes and the first flash of a grin from green ghoul Eddie.
Utilizing his celebrated album-by-album, song-by-song approach, Martin deconstructs the band’s first clutch of classic of records—Iron Maiden, Killers, The Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind, Powerslave, Live After Death, Somewhere in Time and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son—in fan-fanatic detail, with his usual detours into cover art, production, looks at lyrics, the ins and outs of the band’s landmark live shows and all manner of minutiae, using specific dates at every twist in the tale.
So what are you waiting for? Join Martin for a galloping, twin-lead celebration of the only band to escape from the NWOBHM into the hallowed halls of gold and platinum, integrity intact, mission unchanged now 40 years later and still going strong!
Learn more about Martin Popoff at http://www.martinpopoff.com
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eBook File Size - PDF Format - 13.9 MB (288 pages)