|No More Lies|
|Released||29 March 2004|
|Studio||Sarm West, London|
|Iron Maiden EPs chronology|
No More Lies – Dance of Death Souvenir EP is a studio EP by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 29 March 2004.
This EP was released as a "thank you" to fans, packaged in a box containing a free sweatband.Besides the studio version of "No More Lies", taken from the 2003 album Dance of Death , it also contains two alternate versions of songs from the same album: an orchestral version of "Paschendale" and the original electric version of "Journeyman" (not the acoustic album version). The EP also contains a hidden bonus track, an alternative version "Age of Innocence" (retitled as "Age of Innocence... How Old?") with drummer Nicko McBrain on vocals.
|1.||"No More Lies"||Steve Harris||7:21|
|2.||"Paschendale" (orchestral version)||8:27|
|3.||"Journeyman" (electric version)||19:50|
|Canada||Canadian Singles Chart||8|
|Finland||The Official Finnish Charts||3|
|Germany||Media Control Charts||36|
|Ireland||Irish Singles Chart||25|
Production and performance credits are adapted from the EP liner notes.
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