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Killers (Remastered CD) Enhanced, Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 1 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Warner Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000251VS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,608 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Wrathchild (Live At The Rainbow)
2. Killers (Live At The Rainbow)
3. Murders In The Rue Morgue (1998 Digital Remaster)
4. Another Life (1998 Digital Remaster)
5. Genghis Khan (1998 Digital Remaster)
6. Innocent Exile (1998 Digital Remaster)
7. Killers (1998 Digital Remaster)
8. Prodigal Son (1998 Digital Remaster)
9. Purgatory (1998 Digital Remaster)
10. Twilight Zone (1998 Digital Remaster)
11. Drifter (1998 Digital Remaster)

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EMI. 2008.

From the Artist

EMI TO RELEASE OF A SERIES OF HEAVYWEIGHT GATEFOLD VINYL PICTURE DISCS STARTING IN OCTOBER 2012

IRON MAIDEN / KILLERS / THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST / PIECE OF MIND / POWERSLAVE / LIVE AFTER DEATH / SOMEWHERE IN TIME / SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Daud Al-Ambar on Aug. 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the best Iron Maiden album ever. I never manage to listen any Iron Maiden CD with Bruce Dickinson from the beginning until the end - just because all songs sound like each other and none of them remains in the memory - its just a "metal chewing gum"! But this one is a masterpeace - I want to listen to it over and over again, and all tunes are constantly in my head. DiAnno RULES !!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Nov. 15 2002
Format: Audio CD
There was life in the undead Eddie long before Bruce Bruce became Maiden's "Air raid siren"! Di Anno's fronted Maiden broke in the UK after playing pub gigs and small shows. Featuring not one but two instrumentals and a host of creepy, hauntingly melodic pieces, Killers is Maiden showing their musicanship to the world as a true rock band. Murders in the Rue Morgue, loosely based on the E.A. Poe story and Killers carefully construct scenes of despair and inner torment without being overly fast and aggressive musically. The band understood that punk was dying if not dead and made the necessary adjustments on this album, but still pay tribute to their roots with "Wrathchild". You get the full range of Maiden's talent without suffering from one member outshining the other. This is one of the most competent Maiden albums you can find, just after breaking with their debut album and before the mega success of Number of the Beast. Evolution and cash flow were necessary and the addition of one of the greatest and most influential vocalists in metal Bruce Bruce (Dickinson) cemented Iron Maiden's place among the best.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jean-Francois Moreau on Oct. 8 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album, i admit is not the best of maiden but it sounds different since it's paul d'ianno who sing (you must admit that he is reaaly good, not as much as bruce but still...), but as being a maiden fan i heard it often and it propose a lot of different style, two instrumental song (wich are real cool), fast drumming guitar flamming song (purgatory), the album self titled song (killers) which is kinda "off-tempo", and finally "murders in the rue morgue" woh!! cool. A must into any maiden fans...
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This is simply the best Iron Maiden album ever made. From the build up of the brief identifying instrumental intro "The Ides of March", the bass kicks in to the iconic "Wrathchild" and if you are not hooked by that point there is no hope for you. Paul Di'anno's vocals are perfect, the riffing and hooks are completely off the hook and the drumming of Clive Burr is monstrous and lightning quick. The album doesn't contain one second of filler. Steve Harris lays down some of the most insane bass runs ever on this album, which can especially be heard at the beginning of "Innocent Exile", the sixth track on Killers. I think I blacked out to Iron Maiden : Killers more times than Lemmy has played "Ace of Spades", but I digress. The title track "Killers" contains some brutal lyrics of stalking and murder accompanied by some of the tastiest lead solo's featured on the album. "Purgatory" is as polished a power ballad/melodic masterpiece as has ever worn the Iron Maiden name. I am a biased as I was raised on the Di'anno Iron Maiden but I listen to all of their albums. Although Bruce may be a better over all vocalist I truly believe Paul suited the band and left a legacy of some pretty cool stuff. Give this old stuff a chance. Remember the original drummer Clive Burr as well as people tend to forget it wasn't always Nicko behind the kit. Clive and Steve had a special cohesion as a rhythm section back in the day. Listen to it a few times with an open mind, you probably won't agree with me but give it a chance. If I was on a desert island and had to choose only one Iron Maiden album that could accompany me the choice would be simple.
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By Tommy Skylar TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 9 2007
Format: Audio CD
After releasing their first album in 1980,the self-titled "Iron Maiden" guitarist Dennis Stratton quited and the band was left without a guitarist.Adrian Smith was chosen to fill the void and he turned out to be an excellent choice as he would stay with band for nearly 10 years and would eventually come back in 1999.In late November of 1980 Iron Maiden played a few dates in the U.K. to introduce Smith to their fans and then went in the studio soon after to record their sophomore album "Killers".This album would turn out to be the last with then vocalist Paul Di'Anno who would be fired in 1982 for his drug habbits."Killers" continued what they started with "Iron Maiden",they mostly stayed with the same kind of approach that they did with the first album but its somewhat less good and classic.

The theme of the album is definatly murder and the album's cover(wonderfully done by Derek Riggs)and the songs reflect that.You can tell that just by reading some of the song titles,"Killers" the title track and "Murders In The Rue Morgue",other related songs would be "Another Life" and "Innocent Exile".This album is good but it doesn't get much attention and is in many cases skipped and overlooked but anyone who listens to it can say that its a classic heavy metal album.There are some really good songs on this second album like the much loved "Wrathchild",the title track(did Maiden ever do a title track that wasn't good?)and the underrated "Purgatory".It is also to note that Killers has two excellent instrummentals,the album opener "The Ides Of March" and the more epic and technical "Gengis Khan".

Now the songs.The album starts with the instrummental "The Ides Of March" as said above and despite that and the fact that its only 1:46 it fits as the opening track fairly well.
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