|A Real Live One|
|Live album by|
|Released||22 March 1993|
|Recorded||15 August – 12 September 1992|
|Iron Maiden live albums chronology|
|Singles from A Real Live One|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||4/10|
A Real Live One is a live album by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 22 March 1993. The album tracks were recorded at 9 different venues in Europe during the Fear of the Dark Tour in 1992. This album features songs from the Somewhere in Time (1986) through Fear of the Dark (1992) eras, while counterpart A Real Dead One only contains songs from the pre-Somewhere in Time albums.
When Iron Maiden re-released all of their pre- The X Factor albums in 1998, this album was combined with A Real Dead One to form the 2-disc A Real Live Dead One . The album cover was made by longtime Iron Maiden cover artist Derek Riggs, whose work for the Fear of the Dark album was rejected. "Fear of the Dark" was released as a single.
|1.||"Be Quick or Be Dead" (15 August 1992)||Super Rock festival – Mannheim, Germany||3:15|
|2.||"From Here to Eternity" (25 August 1992)||Steve Harris||Valby-Hallen – Copenhagen, Denmark||4:19|
|3.||"Can I Play With Madness" (2 September 1992)||Brabanthallen – Den Bosch, Netherlands||4:42|
|4.||"Wasting Love" (5 September 1992)||Grande halle de la Villette – Paris, France||5:47|
|5.||"Tailgunner" (4 September 1992)||Patinoire de Malley – Lausanne, Switzerland||4:09|
|6.||"The Evil That Men Do" (17 August 1992)||Forest National – Brussels, Belgium||5:25|
|7.||"Afraid to Shoot Strangers" (29 August 1992)||Harris||Globe Arena – Stockholm, Sweden||6:47|
|8.||"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" (27 August 1992)||Dickinson||Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland||5:17|
|9.||"Heaven Can Wait" (12 September 1992)||Harris||Monsters of Rock festival – Reggio Nell Emilia, Italy||7:28|
|10.||"The Clairvoyant" (27 August 1992)||Harris||Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland||4:29|
|11.||"Fear of the Dark" (27 August 1992)||Harris||Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland||7:11|
Production and performance credits are adapted from the album liner notes.
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Silver||60,000^|
* Sales figures based on certification alone.
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