No More Lies (EP)

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No More Lies
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Released29 March 2004 (2004-03-29)
Recorded2003
Studio Sarm West, London
Genre Heavy metal
Length35:38
Label EMI
Producer Kevin Shirley
Iron Maiden EPs chronology
Maiden Japan
(1981)
No More Lies
(2004)

No More Lies – Dance of Death Souvenir EP is a studio EP by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 29 March 2004.

Contents

This EP was released as a "thank you" to fans, packaged in a box containing a free sweatband. [1] 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.

Track listing

No More Lies track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."No More Lies" Steve Harris 7:21
2."Paschendale" (orchestral version)
8:27
3."Journeyman" (electric version)
19:50
Total length:35:38

Notes

Chart positions

CountryChart (2004)Position
Canada Canadian Singles Chart 8 [2]
Finland The Official Finnish Charts 3 [3]
France SNEP 70 [4]
Germany Media Control Charts 36 [5]
Ireland Irish Singles Chart 25 [6]
Italy FIMI 10 [7]
Switzerland Swiss Hitparade 93 [8]

Personnel

Production and performance credits are adapted from the EP liner notes. [9]

Iron Maiden
Production

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