Iron Maiden: Run to the Hills : the Official Biography

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Sanctuary Publishing, 1998 - Heavy metal (Music) - 351 pages
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From their origins in London's East End to the most glamorous stages in the world. Iron Maiden have been one of the world's greatest rock bands for over twenty years, selling in excess of 50 million records.

Extensively researched and painfully honest. Run To The Hills charts their success, considering Maiden's artistic validity, as much as their commercial impact, while highlighting the members' fallible human side.

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User Review  - Garfatron5000 - LibraryThing

Always fun to hear about the early days of the band, and its covered here in some detail, but nothing that you can't find elsewhere. When it gets to the late '80s, with the band starting to fall apart ... Read full review

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User Review  - Poetgrrl - LibraryThing

mick wall did a great job documenting all things good and trepidacious of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. he did it in such times when the usual lead singer (bruce dickinson) was out and the ... Read full review

Contents

foreword
9
chapter one steve
15
chapter two dave
37
Copyright

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Mick Wall, writer, journalist and author, lives in Oxford, UK.

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