We’ve just had some tasty new vinyl collectables in from Iron Maiden, one of the most influential bands of the heavy metal genre. With fans constantly clamouring for early and imported vinyl and picture discs they remain one of the most collectable rock bands…here’s our Top 5, to see more click
IRON MAIDEN Twilight Zone: Rare 1981 UK limited edition double A side 7″ single pressed on…..
…. with picture labels & intact four prong centre, also including Wrathchild, paper picture sleeve depicting’Charlotte The Harlot’ looking into a mirror with a ghostly image of Eddie. The sleeve shows minimal wear and the vinyl has very little evidence of play, one of the best examples we have ever seen, more info Red Vinyl here
IRON MAIDEN Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son: Rare 1988 UK limited edition 8-track LP Picture Disc, the classic seventh studio album by British heavy metal band and the first to feature keyboards, also marks the first appearance of many progressive rock elements. This example comes complete with the picture back insert and the scarce 14″ x 36″ blue plastic banner with red/white ‘Iron Maiden’ logo. The insert has just a little light creasing whilst the disc shows very little evidence of play. Now very hard to find complete, more info here
IRON MAIDEN Prowler: Rare 1980 Japanese-only 7″ vinyl single, with solid centre picture labels, also including Running Free, complete with the picture insert featuring the censored ‘Thatcher’ artwork with English & Japanese lyrics to both songs on the back, along with the green EMI company die-cut paper sleeve. The insert shows minimal wear and the vinyl remains ‘near mint’, one of the best examples we have ever seen, more info here
IRON MAIDEN Wrathchild: Rare 1981 Japanese-only 7″ vinyl single with the Eddie & street light picture labels, also including Ghengis Khan, complete with a unique picture insert featuring a great live on stage image & printed with lyrics for the title track in English & Japanese on the reverse. This single was never commercially released outside Japan, with just a promotional Compact Disc in the America. The insert has just a few light creases with minimal signs of wear, whilst the vinyl shows little evidence of play, a really outstanding copy, more info here
IRON MAIDEN Fan Club Form: Sometimes we acquire items that we really don’t want to sell, this particular item is just that. A mid 1980s fan club membership form, A4 sized printed in black with the first album Eddie and the old London P.O. Box address. I can hear you asking, what makes this special, well the back has been Fully Autographed by Bruce Dickinson, Steve Harris, Adrian Smith, Dave Murray and Nicko McBrain all in a blue felt pen. The form has been folded and looks to have been displayed, however the signatures look fantastic. A really nice set of the classic 80s line-up signatures, ideal for framing – more info here