Iron Maiden The Evil That Men Do on Limited Edition 7" Vinyl
All Nineteen 1980’s 7" Singles Officially Available in the U.S. for the First Time
Each 7" Single Limited to 5,000 Copies
Iron Maiden will follow-up the 2012/13 vinyl picture disc reissues of their groundbreaking first eight records, which spanned the 1980s, with brand new pressings of the albums on heavyweight 180g black vinyl. The albums will be cut from the original analogue master tapes and packaged in identical artwork to the initial 1980’s releases. The records will be released chronologically across a two month period starting October 2014 with the first 3 albums Iron Maiden, Killers and The Number Of The Beast.
In conjunction with these premium album releases, a strictly limited one-off run of the 7” singles from each respective album will be made available. These highly collectable black vinyl singles will be cut from the original analogue master tapes. Released in replica artwork packaging, they are sure to become a must-have item for fans, collectors and anyone who missed out first time round.
Originally issued in August 1988, "The Evil That Men Do" is the second single from Iron Maiden's seventh album Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, named after a Marcus Antonius speech from William Shakespear's Julius Caesar. The b-side features a re-recording of "Prowler" from the band's eponymous 1980 debut appropriately entitled "Prowler '88."
Iron Maiden The Evil That Men Do Track Listing:
A1. The Evil That Men Do
B1. Prowler ‘88