Cover image for No prayer for the dying
Title:
No prayer for the dying
Author:
Iron Maiden (Musical group)
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Publication Information:
[London] : Sanctuary Records ; New York : Manufactured by Columbia Records, 1998.
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital, stereophonic ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Publisher/distributor varies.

Originally released in 1990.

Enhanced compact disc.

"Special enhanced CD for use on PC or Macintosh featuring full length videos, band and tour history, biography, exclusive photo galleries, Internet web links and much more"--Container.

Program notes (including lyrics), inserted.
Language:
English
Contents:
Tailgunner -- Holy smoke -- No prayer for the dying -- Public enema nujmber one -- Fates warning -- The assassin -- Run silent run deep -- Hooks in you -- Bring your daughter, to the slaughter -- Mother Russia.

Rock videos: Holy smoke -- Bring your daughter -- To the slaughter
UPC:
696998621626
Format :
Music CD

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After almost a decade with Capitol, Iron Maiden joined Epic with its first album of the 1990s, the Martin Burch-produced No Prayer for the Dying. The synthesizers and keyboards of Somewhere In Time and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son were gone, and the headbangers tended to favor a more direct, straightforward type of aggression this time around. Although not in a class with early albums like The Number of the Beast, Prayer is an impressive CD that has its share of assets. Bruce Dickenson (who debuted as a solo artist in 1990 with Tattooed Millionaire) is consistently spirited, and the writing is undeniably solid on such gothic scorchers as "Fates Warning," "Tailgunner" and "Run Silent, Run Deep." Some of the song titles are rather amusing, including "Public Enema Number One" and "Bring Your Daughter...To the Slaughter." For those who had followed Maiden from the beginning, Prayer demonstrated that these masters of fantasy metal could still excite. ~ Alex Henderson