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No Prayer For The Dying [Enhanced] Enhanced, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered

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1. Tailgunner
2. Holy Smoke
3. No Prayer for the Dying
4. Public Enema Number One
5. Fates Warning
6. The Assassin
7. Run Silent Run Deep
8. Hooks in You
9. Bring Your Daughter...To the Slaughter
10. Mother Russia

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B000063DI8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,678 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful By "eddiesbloodbrother" on April 7, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am just writing before all the other people start talking about what a horrible album this is. What is so horrible about it? Absolutely nothing. The production is great, you can hear every instrument just right. There is someone else on guitar with dave, someone who is crazy on stage, and has a very mean guitar sound, it isnt adrian thats for sure. It is the most highly underrated guitarist probably to date, mr. jannick gers. The song writing is powerful, really deep, and is based on alot of personal issues.
If you think this album is not very good, then you shouldnt be a fan of killers, the # of the beast, piece of mind, and powerslave. Because this is the exact same concept with those albums, only there is a different outstanding guitarist on ending of the golden years for maiden. This is a simple album, it isnt a very complex one, yet it is filled with power driving riffs, and greatness. Nicko's drums are unstoppable, bruce is very heavy, I can understand if some people do not like his singing in this, I dont think it sounds like there is acid in his throat, but is just very raw.
Harris delivers his intense songwriting and bass playing as usual. Every song on here is worthy to listen too, there are favorites but every song is enjoyable. Last note, for all of those who are jannick haters, lets see if you can play the solos from tail gunner, holy smoke, run silent, run deep, and bring your daughter to the slaugher. Just try to play these 4 solos, and you will see what im talking about. I have been playing guitar for awhile now, and I know that gers is an awesome guitarist, and clicks with dave so sensationally. Thats why they recruited this man, it should be obvious. Anyway, im ready to see how unhelpful my vote is, ect.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Metalfan on October 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have been a Maiden fan for a long time(since i listened to Powerslave and got hooked.) Everyone who has reviewed this album are not true iron maiden fans. All the puny two and three stars that you guys gave this cd are screwed up. I had this albunm burned for me a couple of weeks ago and I was hooked as soon as I put on the headphones. From Tailgunner to Mother Russia (a should have been greatest hit) all 10 songs are sweet. Killer solos, catchy verses and chorus', and pounding drums, this cd kicks huge butt. Here is a review on this cd from number 1 to number 10:

Tailgunner: This song is really sweet! The killer intro goes for a 1:20 or so and the rest is maiden all the way. Its got interesting lyrics, driving riffs, and pounding drums. While not the best song on the cd, tailgunner is a great opener to NPFTD. 9 out of 10 stars.

Holy Smoke: This greatest hit is definetly deserved! the verses, chorus', and everything about this song is insane! The driving riffs are catchy, the lyrics are Bruce at his best, and the solos are Maiden All The Way! A 10/10!

No Prayer for The Dying: When the screwed up reviews were naming th "ok" songs on NPFTD they forgot to mention this one! This title track is my favorite song on the whole cd! Its slow, its meaningful, its got sweet solos, its got great lyrics, the drums aren't "Phil Rudd" funky primers, and i cant beleive its not a greatest hit! 11/10

Public Enema Number One: Its a good song, but not a great one! I think this song is pretty good, but lets just say its not the first song i go to when I pop in the cd. I listened to it once: Ok, moving on. Then I listened to it again: When is this song over again? I think you get the picture! 6.5-7/10.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By R. Gorham on April 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
THE BAND: Bruce Dickinson (vocals), Dave Murray (guitar), Janick Gers (guitar), Steve Harris (bass), Nicko McBrain (drums & percussion).

THE DISC: (1990) 10 tracks clocking in at just over 44 minutes. Included with the disc is a 14-page booklet that contains band pictures, song credits/titles, song lyrics, and thank you's. Recorded at Steve Harris' Barn somewhere in England on the Rolling Stone Mobile. Cover art by Derek Riggs. Label - Epic. *The digitally remastered version (on Sanctuary Maiden label) released in 2002 offers more in the way of liner notes and videos for your PC.

COMMENTS: It's hard for me to write this review, since I've been a fan of Iron Maiden from the beginning. I have their entire collection on disc - Iron Maiden has so many great releases. Some of those ("Number Of The Beast", "Powerslave", and "Piece Of Mind" to name a few) are all-time British metal classics... as well as all-time heavy metal classics. However, there are so many things wrong with "No Prayer For The Dying". What the heck happened after 1988's "7th Son Of A 7th Son" (less than 2 years prior)? The sound (production) is flat. Much different from previous albums - Steve Harris' Barn and the Rolling Stone Mobile I'm sure has something to do with it. This was a first for the band recording here (most of their classic 80's material was recorded in the Bahamas or France). Guitar wizard Adrian Smith is gone... working on solo projects and beckoning Dickinson to join him (a few years later he got his wish). For the most part, the melodies are forgettable. And most importantly, the lyrics are silly, or don't fit with the song. Several reviews here trash Dickinson's vocals. I disagree - I think he sounds fine, but the lyrics just don't go with the guitar licks and melodies...
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