Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Out Of Stock)

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Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Out Of Stock) by Iron Maiden

Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Out Of Stock)
Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed

Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Out Of Stock)
by Iron Maiden

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Product Code:
UNIM-UNI-1041
Label:
Universal
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed
UPC:
602537231041
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Picture Disc Packaged in Gatefold Cover with Full Color Printed Inner Sleeves

Heavyweight Vinyl Cut From Original Album Master Tapes

Iron Maiden's seventh studio album was released in 1988. The album was their first to feature keyboards and debuted at No. 1 in the UK Albums Chart. Another first the album delivers from the group is the appearance of progressive rock elements with the odd-time signatures of the lengthy title track.

This release is one of a series of special limited edition Iron Maiden vinyl picture disc albums released by Universal Music Enterprises (UMe). Comprised of the first eight albums of Maiden's career, all released in the 1980s, each picture disc will be packaged in a gatefold cover, full color printed inner sleeves, with the heavyweight vinyl cut from the original album master tapes.

1. Moonchild
2. Infinite Dreams
3. Can I Play With Madness
4. The Evil that Men Do
5. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
6. The Prophecy
7. The Clairvoyant
8. Only The Good Die Young

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