38 minutes | Dec 18, 2020

Episode 16 - No Prayer for the Dying (Side B)

Moving on to Side B of NPftD, Stu and Ed discuss killers-for-hire, the existential dread of submarines and the ocean, being suspended from the ceiling by hooks in your flesh, Nightmare on Elm Street and Russia, Russia, Russia! You know, normal stuff! Side B includes what is, remarkably, Iron Maiden's only single to reach #1 on the UK charts with "Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter." Stu and Ed also talk about the album art and how it resets the depiction of the band's mascot, Eddie. Gone are the cyborg enhancements and lobotomy scar. We're back to OG zombie Eddie with whisps of white hair and sporting a ripped t-shirt as he bursts from a grave. Everything old is new again!  Side B The Assassin Run Silent Run Deep Hooks in You Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter Mother Russia Album Personnel Bruce Dickinson - vox Dave Murray - guitars Janick Gers - guitars Steve Harris - bass guitar Nick McBrain - drums Additional Musicians: Michael Kenney - keyboards * * * If you are enjoying the show, join us on the Maiden Voyage Patreon to support what we're doing! Patrons are our best friends! Like, Rate, Subscribe and Review the Maiden Voyage Podcast. We're desperate for your approval! Send questions, comments and praise to MaidenVoyagePodcast@gmail.com Follow Maiden Voyage on Instagram and Twitter. Follow Stu and Ed on Twitter. Check out Stu's other podcast, Vintage RPG, and follow Vintage RPG on Instagram for an in-depth dive into the art & history of tabletop roleplaying games, and check out unwinnable.com for the best cultural commentary around. The Maiden Voyage illustration is by Shafer Brown. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Maiden Voyage is a Hamfisted Production and is researched and edited by Ed Coleman. Theme music composed by Sam Retzer, under license from SmartSound. This podcast is a labor of love based on decades of devoted fandom. We strongly encourage listeners to buy Iron Maiden's albums or listen to them using your favorite streaming music service to support these heavy metal legends. To check out the cover art for the band's albums and singles, visit the band's excellent website.
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