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  • Audio CD (September 21, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B00001R3FZ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,126 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Iron Maiden (Live)
2. The Trooper
3. Number Of The Beast
4. Wrathchild
5. Futureal
6. Fear Of The Dark
7. Be Quick Or Be Dead
8. 2 Minutes To Midnight
9. Man On The Edge
10. Aces High
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Disc: 2
1. Run To The Hills
2. The Clansmen
3. Phantom Of The Opera
4. Killers
5. Stranger In A Strange Land
6. Tailgunner

Editorial Reviews

This is the 1999 Portrait 2 CD plus CD ROM release. Catalog #C2K 63726. Still sealed. There is a hole punch through the UPC.Track listing:Disc One:1. Iron Maiden (live)2. The Trooper3. Number Of The Beast4. Wrathchild5. Futureal6. Fear Of The Dark7. Be Quick Or Be Dead8. 2 Minutes To Midnight9. Man On The Edge10. Aces High11. The Evil That Men Do12. Wasted Years13. Powerslave14. Hallowed Be Thy NameDisc Two:1. Run To The Hills2. The Clansmen3. Phantom Of The Opera4. Killers5. Stranger In A Strange Land6. TailgunnerDisc Three:1. Ed Hunter (CD-ROM):Teen 13+, animated blood, animated violence.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chris Larcen on January 15, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This was a great move by the best metal band in the world. The game is my new favorite video game. It is one of the few games that is so great, that just the opening sequence blows your mind. The option to choose your choice of tracks for the levels is cool to. The control is good. My first concern was "Is the control with the mouse going to be bad"? No, the control is very good even with the mouse. The levels are great, very detailed, long, and fairly hard. The whole concept of the game is great. This videogame is everything a video game should be. The songs on the discs are good too. Includes most of my favorites. Although I do wish "flight of Icarus" and "Can I Play With Madness" were on there. I wish there was more stuff off of "Seventh son of a Seventh son", but I guess that's just my opinion because the songs on there were voted in that order to be Maiden's top 20 best songs by fans over the internet so all in all it is probably the closest you could ever get to a true Greatest Hits. The new version of "Wrathchild " is awesome. Great to hear Bruce back with the boys. "Ed Hunter" is perfect and I strongly recomend it to anyone. Maiden fans will love it. But even if you have never heard Maiden before, you will still not regret getting this. Playing the game will get you into the music, listening to the music, will get you into the game. Do yourself a favor and go get "Ed Hunter" now!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on November 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
These are the top songs as voted by fans on the official Iron Maiden webpage. I find it a little hard to believe that "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" did not find it's way here. I guess Maiden fans have varying tastes.
Now for the game, which is the reason most people buy this. Why else would you buy it? Most Maiden fans have these songs from the original albums, plus Maiden is getting up there with KISS and Ozzy Osbourne in the race of most "greatest hits" albums.
The game itself is fun, and not too difficult. It's a first person shoot 'em up, but unlike Doom, you only control the gun site. All walking and turning is done for you. On to the levels.
The Underground - This is a cool level. You walk down 22 Acacia Avenue with a detour through the subway. It's fun to shoot the punks with the green mohawks. Espescially when they throw bottles, bricks, and axes at you.
The Asylum - Very cool and funny. You have to give the patients a head shot or they'll continue to throw deadly teddy bears at you.
Hell - This is a stage I just want to pass. It gets a little annoying shooting the flying devil over and over again. This is my least favorite stage. It just seems to take forever.
The grave yard - With shot gun in hand you blast the zombies who throw intestines and brains at you
Egyptian Crypt - Pretty cool. The mummies get up after being shot once, so you got a lot of mouse clicking to do on this one. Head shots make their heads fly off. Get the big gun, because the 9 mil will take all day.
The future - Right off the album cover of 'Somewhere in Time' we walk through a futuristic society, shooting soldiers and green women with great bodies. ...
The finale - Ok here we shoot derelicts and skinless humans.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill M. on September 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Obviously, no band's "best of" compilation is going to satisfy every one of their fans. This is especially true when it comes to Iron Maiden, whose every song seems to be one fan's favorite yet some other fan's least favorite. So how do you make the fairest compilation?
In 1998 Iron Maiden took a poll, asking all fans to go to ironmaiden.com and vote for their favorite Iron Maiden songs. Any song from any of their albums was elligable. The top 20 results were taken to make up the audio portion of ED HUNTER. And as if that wasn't enough, the band then proceeded with a tour in support of ED HUNTER, with a setlist based exclusively on these 20 songs! I find it beyond refreshing to see a band dare to do such a thing, in light of so many who haven't changed their setlist in decades (AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, etc.), or refuse to acknowledge cult favorites entirely (Van Halen with "Fair Warning", Def Leppard with "On Through The Night", etc.). But anyway, back to ED HUNTER. Quite simply, you have no right to complain about the choice of songs here: Iron Maiden did their best to compile what the fans wanted. Oddly enough, the songs span the catalog well, with at least one song featured from all 11 of their studio albums released up to that time.
The CDs work normal as audio CDs, but taking up most of the data on that second disc is the ED HUNTER cd-rom game. It's a pretty straight forward shoot-everybody-on-the-screen type of game. Each level's graphics are based on enviroments from Iron Maiden album covers, with one of their songs playing in the background. But you can't save your place, so once you're dead, it's back to square one! It was a simple idea to make the game more difficult, and I think here it works.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "thebassman" on December 7, 1999
Format: Audio CD
The song rock, the game is realy cool too, its a realy cool shooter, its a chalenging game so if you like games you actualy have to try to beat you should like 'ed hunter'!
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