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The Number of the Beast
 

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01. Invaders 3:23
02. Children of the Damned 4:34
03. The Prisoner 6:02
04. 22 Acacia Avenue 6:36
05. The Number of the Beast 4:50
06. Run to the Hills 3:53
07. Gangland 3:48
08. Hallowed Be Thy Name 7:11

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With Bruce Dickinson replacing Paul Di'Anno as vocalist, The Number Of The Beast was a huge step upward for Iron Maiden, launching the band into fame and controversy. It began the second phase of Maiden, what could be called the "golden years", spanning five studio albums through the rest of the 1980s. Dark, introspective, and violent themes dominate the album, which incited controversy and unfounded charges of devil worship. There were rumours of strange occurrences during the recording of the album, such as lights turning on and off by themselves, strange noises, and such. Straight to number 1

Released: 1st, January 1982

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