A Real Live Dead One

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A Real Live Dead One
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Released22 September 1998 (1998-09-22)
Recorded15 August 1992 – 4 June 1993 (1992-08-15 1993-06-04)
VenueVarious
Genre Heavy metal
Length118:47
Label EMI
Producer Steve Harris
Iron Maiden live albums chronology
Maiden England
(1994)
A Real Live Dead One
(1998)
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(2002)
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A Real Live Dead One is a live album by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released in 1998. The album tracks were recorded at different venues across Europe during the Fear of the Dark Tour in 1992 and the Real Live Tour in 1993.

Contents

Released in 1998 alongside the band's entire remastered discography, this album is a compilation of A Real Live One and A Real Dead One , which were both previously issued individually in 1993.

Track listing

All tracks are written by Steve Harris, except where noted.

Disc one: A Real Dead One
No.TitleWriter(s)VenueLength
1."The Number of the Beast" (25 August 1992)  Valby-Hallen  Copenhagen, Denmark4:55
2."The Trooper" (27 August 1992)  Ice Hall  Helsinki, Finland3:55
3."Prowler" (30 April 1993)  Palaghiaccio di Marino  Marino, Italy4:16
4."Transylvania" (17 April 1993)  Grugahalle  Essen, Germany4:26
5."Remember Tomorrow" (17 April 1993)
Grugahalle – Essen, Germany5:53
6."Where Eagles Dare" (9 April 1993)  Rijnhal  Arnhem, Netherlands4:49
7."Sanctuary" (27 May 1993) Iron Maiden Patinoire du Littoral Neuchâtel, Switzerland4:53
8."Running Free" (27 May 1993)
  • Harris
  • Di'Anno
Patinoire du Littoral – Neuchâtel, Switzerland3:49
9."Run to the Hills" (5 April 1993)  Ostravar Aréna  Ostrava, Czech Republic 3:58
10."2 Minutes to Midnight" (10 April 1993) Élysée Montmartre  – Paris, France5:37
11."Iron Maiden" (27 August 1992) Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland5:25
12."Hallowed Be Thy Name" (4 June 1993)  Olympic Stadium  – Moscow, Russia7:52
Total length:59:48
Disc two: A Real Live One
No.TitleWriter(s)VenueLength
1."Be Quick or Be Dead" (15 August 1992)
Super Rock festival Mannheim, Germany3:17
2."From Here to Eternity" (25 August 1992) Valby-Hallen – Copenhagen, Denmark4:20
3."Can I Play With Madness" (2 September 1992)
  • Smith
  • Dickinson
  • Harris
Brabanthallen  Den Bosch, Netherlands4:42
4."Wasting Love" (5 September 1992)
  • Dickinson
  • Gers
Grande halle de la Villette  – Paris, France5:48
5."Tailgunner" (4 September 1992)
  • Harris
  • Dickinson
Patinoire de Malley  Lausanne, Switzerland4:10
6."The Evil That Men Do" (17 August 1992)
  • Smith
  • Dickinson
  • Harris
Forest National  Brussels, Belgium5:26
7."Afraid to Shoot Strangers" (29 August 1992)  Globe Arena  Stockholm, Sweden6:48
8."Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" (27 August 1992)DickinsonIce Hall – Helsinki, Finland5:18
9."Heaven Can Wait" (12 September 1992)  Monsters of Rock festival Reggio Nell Emilia, Italy7:29
10."The Clairvoyant" (27 August 1992) Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland4:30
11."Fear of the Dark" (27 August 1992) Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland7:11
Total length:58:59

Credits

Production and performance credits are adapted from the album liner notes. [2]

Iron Maiden
Additional musicians
Production

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References

  1. Prato, Greg. Iron Maiden - A Real Live Dead One at AllMusic. Retrieved 36 June 2011.
  2. A Real Live Dead One (Media notes). Iron Maiden. EMI. 1998.CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)