Iron Maiden - BBC Archive 2 FLAC album
Title: BBC Archive 2
Style: Heavy Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1859 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1956 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1665 mb
Other Formats: VOC AIFF VOX MOD ASF AC3 MPC
Eddie's Archive is a box set by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on November 16, 2002. The box, an embossed metal casket featuring the face of mascot Eddie, contains three double CDs, the Iron Maiden family tree and a shot glass. The family tree is an updated version of the family tree that originally came with A Real Dead One in 1993.
BBC Archives is a live album by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 4 November 2002 as part of the Eddie's Archive box set. It is a collection of songs from three live shows and one live radio broadcast, recorded by the BBC between 1979 and 1988. CD 1: Friday Rock Show Session (14 November 1979).
Albums: Part 1 - BBC Archives (2CD).
Eddie crystal shot glass by Alchemy. Individually numbered Iron Maiden family tree parchment scroll rolled in a Eddie pewter ring. BBC Archives (CD1 and CD2): Mastered for Sanctuary Mastering at the Townhouse. 1-1 to 1-4 recorded for the BBC Radio 1 Friday Rock Show, 14th November 1979. 1-5 to 1-14 recorded at the Reading Festival, UK, 28th August 1982. They still put out some good songs like The Wicker Man but album wise i think they're just kinda boring. Back in the days 2003/2004 i bought Beast Over Hammersmith 2CD & BBC Archives 2CD new at a record shop in Buffalo, NY. They are def not bootlegs or Russian Fakes and they were def shrink wrapped. I still think a limited number of each of the 3 double disc sets were released on their own.
Band Name Iron Maiden (UK-1). Album Name BBC Archives. Released date 19 November 2002. Labels Columbia Records EMI Records Sanctuary Records. Members owning this album60. DISC 1. Live at Friday Rock Show, London, 1979.
Still housed in original stickered cardboard box - which has been opened. In November 2002, Legacy/Sony put out two Iron Maiden releases.
The pre-1982 material features Maiden's original lead singer, Paul Di'Anno, although his successor, Bruce Dickinson, is heard most of the time
|Reading Festival, UK, 28th August 1982:|
|A2||Hallowed Be Thy Name|
|A3||Phantom Of The Opera|
|Reading Festival, UK, 23rd August 1980:|
- Recorded At – The Reading Festival