If your here, than your a collector of Iron Maiden, and us collectors like to collect for the unique "B-Sides". Rainmaker is the second single off of the album Dance of Death (it also has a spectacular music video) and it easily eclipses the first single released entitled Wildest Dreams. Rainmaker is classic Maiden that sounds similar to Bruce Dickinson's solo material. Great lyrics, great melody, overall just a great song. The first of the unique B-Sides is an orchestral version of Dance of Death. Now this isn't like the misleading "orchastral version" of Blood Brothers that was present on Wildest Dreams single. This song actually contains an orchestra! Very good and the orchestra adds a lot. The second b-side is a real odd track entitled More Tea Vicar. This song shows the lighter side of Maiden much like the songs Sherriff of Huddersfield and Black Bart Blues. Though not quit as good as those two, it is still quite enjoyable and funny. Overall a great disc for the collectors, like me, that have to have every one Iron Maiden's songs. Others may pass. I also have to comment on the awsome cover art. Awsome!