Iron Maiden - Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City

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Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City Tracklist:


I love Maiden but except for greater good of God and where eagles dare all have already been on a live albums so disagree with how being marketed sorry.

Long Hair Rocker=Accountant

Up the Irons!!!

soad cra-z kid

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I love Maiden. The music is 5 stars. How many live albums do we need though?


What else can you say?


So glad the journey continues!!!!!!! Up The Irons


But they shoulda NEVER split up Aces High and 2 Minutes 2 Midnight. Otherwise, Up the Irons🤘

2000 Millenium NY Middleman

Rod and Steve summed this up for me. Lots of new songs that never appeared on a Maiden live album. Up the Irons 🤘🔥 Steve Harris comments, “When the final leg of our 2020 Legacy tour this summer had to be cancelled due to the COVID pandemic, the whole band was very disappointed and deflated and we know our fans felt the same. We’d been really looking forward to bringing the show to even more countries and although we’ve been able to reschedule most of our European own-shows for 2021, we thought we’d take a listen to the recordings from the tour so far and see if we could create a definitive live album souvenir that everyone, everywhere could enjoy. I’m very pleased with the results, especially as this set list includes songs which have never made it to a live CD before, such as For The Greater Good Of God, and other older songs like Where Eagles Dare, Flight Of Icarus, The Clansman and Sign Of The Cross which haven’t been included in our live set releases for many years. We’ve never released a live album from Mexico before and I think this recording does justice to the passion and joy of our Mexican fans who always give us such a fantastic welcome whenever we play there.” Rod Smallwood adds, “All the shows on the tour so far have been amazing and our fans have loved the whole Legacy extravaganza with the elaborately themed stages, props and drapes, not to mention the killer set-list! When our 2020 tour got cancelled, putting together a live album seemed the obvious thing to do and I think Steve, along with co-producer Tony Newton, has perfectly captured the essence of the 70,000-strong crowd across these three nights in Mexico City. The album serves both as a celebration of this tour, which almost two million fans have already seen, and as a taster for, hopefully, next year’s final run for anyone who hasn’t yet experienced the show.”