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Iron Maiden Vinyl Records

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  • Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden Vinyl LP (BMG14005V)

     

    Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live In Mexico City Vinyl LP (4050538625707)

     

    Iron Maiden - Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live In Mexico City Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time Vinyl LP (2564624854)

     

    Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - Senjutsu Vinyl LP (538671681)

     

    Iron Maiden - Senjutsu Vinyl LP (538671681)
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  • Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death Vinyl LP (4050538282092)

     

    Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - Maiden England '88 Vinyl LP (5099997361114)

     

    Iron Maiden - Maiden England '88 Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - From Fear To Eternity - The Best Of 1990-2010 Vinyl LP (5099902736518)

     

    Iron Maiden - From Fear To Eternity - The Best Of 1990-2010 Vinyl LP
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  • Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind Vinyl LP (2564624882)

     

    Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind Vinyl LP
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Buy New & Used Iron Maiden Vinyl LPs

Iron Maiden bursted from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal in the late 1970s under the creative leadership of bassist and songwriter Steve Harris, emerging with a brilliantly aggressive and fast sound compared to other pioneers like Black Sabbath and Judas Priest. Following the departure of original vocalist Paul Di'Anno in 1980, the group brought on Bruce Dickinson, a man with a desperate and beautiful howl that would come to define what it means to be a metal vocalist and lit fire to the 80s (and also scared the hell out of a bunch of conservatives who wanted to ban their music for its embrace of Satanic theatrics).

The first half of the decade featured rapid fire releases that seemed to improve upon each other, including 1981's Killers, 1982's The Number of the Beast, 1983's Piece of Mind, and 1984's Powerslave. The group paired these wildly innovative records with a dramatic live show, featuring massive theatrics and pyrotechnics and, of course, their famous mascot Eddie, a zombie-like treasure who’s as much a part of the band as the music itself.

With each album, Iron Maiden achieved more power, seemingly driven by some sort of magical thunder that would only grow and grow and grow. The continued to dominate the 80s into the 90s until Dickinson left the band temporarily in 1994. He’d later rejoin in 1999 and the group hopped right back on the lightning, experiencing a late career resurgence that they’re still riding strong on today. Iron Maiden’s innovative use of music as a vehicle for topics like war, mythology, and literature elevated the genre of metal as a whole, and this approach will continue to shape the genre forever. At this point, the English group has sold over 100 million records, making them one of the best-selling and influential musical acts in history. Up the Irons? Up the Irons, indeed.

More Than Just Iron Maiden Records For Sale

Iron Maiden is one of those acts that’s hard to take off the turntable, but you can’t drive 100 MPH forever. Browse our selection of artists like Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, KISS, Metallica, and others for more dynamic additions to your vinyl record collection.

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