Iron Maiden Statistics

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Anonymous

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I, myself am quite a statto.  I like to look at figures and try and take meaning from them... if not for anything more than a trivial interest.  I know that Onhell, Perun and a few others are interested in these kind of statistics and with a little bit of help from you guys, this can be a thread buzzing with interesting statistics.

Longest Instrumental sections[sup]1[/sup]
Phantom of The Opera: 2:41 - 6:35 (236 seconds)
Transylvania: 0:00 - 4:19 (259 seconds)
Hallowed Be Thy Name: 3:47 - 6:25 (138 seconds)
Losfer Words (Big 'Orra): 0:00 - 4:12 (252 seconds)
Rime of the Ancient Mariner: 8:51 - 11:10 (139 seconds)
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son: 5:21 - 9:53 (272 seconds)
Sign of the Cross: 4:42 - 10:10 (328 seconds)

Chorusless songs[sup]2[/sup]
Remember Tomorrow
Phantom of the Opera
Transylvannia
Strange World
The Ides of March
Genghis Khan
Innocent Exile
Killers
Prodigal Son
Hallowed be thy Name
To Tame a Land
Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Infinite Dreams
No Prayer for the Dying
Mother Russia
Afraid to Shoot Strangers
The Apparition
Fortunes of War
The Edge of Darkness
Don't Look to the Eyes of a Stranger
Dance of Death
The Legacy

Songwriting Credits[sup]3[/sup]
Steve Harris: 120
Bruce Dickinson: 43
Adrian Smith: 30
Janick Gers: 28
Dave Murray: 25
Bayley Cook (Blaze): 11
Nicko McBrain: 5
Paul Di'Anno: 4
Clive Burr: 2

Number of Words in songs[sup]4[/sup]
Prowler - 81
Sanctuary - 135
Remember Tomorrow - 84
Running Free - 90
Phantom Of The Opera - 180
Transylvania - 0
Strange World - 107
Charlotte The Harlot - 201
Iron Maiden - 81
The Ides Of March - 0
Wrathchild - 115
Murders In The Rue Morgue - 277
Another Life - 53
Genghis Khan - 0
Innocent Exile - 80
Killers - 219
Twilight Zone - 150
Prodigal Son - 147
Purgatory - 110
Drifter - 129
Invaders - 213
Children Of The Damned - 154
The Prisoner - 163
22, Acacia Avenue - 381
The Number Of The Beast - 231
Run To The Hills - 152
Gangland - 173
Total Eclipse - 178
Hallowed Be Thy Name - 259
Where Eagles Dare - 164
Revelations - 225
Flight Of Icarus - 135
Die With Your Boots On - 230
The Trooper - 191
Still Life - 209
Quest For Fire - 148
Sun And Steel - 103
To Tame A Land - 210
Aces High - 171
2 Minutes to Midnight - 211
Losfer Words - 0
Flash Of The Blade - 123
The Duellists - 159
Back In The Village - 167
Powerslave - 166
Rime Of The Ancient Mariner(w/voiceover) - 643
Rime Of The Ancient Mariner(no voiceover) - 552

Caught Somewhere In Time - 133
Wasted Years - 154
Sea Of Madness - 265
Heaven Can Wait - 313
The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner - 199
Stranger In A Strange Land - 193
Deja-Vu - 121
Alexander The Great - 284
Moonchild - 254
Infinite Dreams - 267
Can I Play With Madness - 188
The Evil That Men Do - 167
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son - 158
The Prophecy - 219
The Clairvoyant - 178
Only The Good Die Young - 224
Tailgunner -  119
Holy Smoke -  220
No Prayer for the Dying -  119
Public Enema Number One -  145
Fates Warning -  144
The Assassin -  148
Run Silent Run Deep -  203
Hooks in You -  163
Bring You Daughter…… -  137
Mother Russia -  97
Be Quick or be Dead -  118
From Here to Eternity -  146
Afraid to Shoot Strangers -  133
Fear is the Key -  169
Childhood's End -  138
Wasting Love -  103
The Fugitive -  162
Chains of Misery -  165
The Apparition -  387
Judas Be My Guide -  108
Weekend Warrior -  206
Fear of the Dark -  190
Sign of the Cross -  236
Lord of the Flies -  160
Man on the Edge -  140
Fortunes of War -  184
Look for the Truth -  153
The Aftermath -  165
Judgement of Heaven -  203
Blood on the World's Hands -  146
The Edge of Darkness -  255
2 A.M. -  127
The Unbeliever -  180
Virus -  205
Justice of the Peace -  161
Judgement Day -  107
I Live My Way -  122
Futureal -  128
The Angel and the Gambler -  297
Lightning Strikes Twice -  178
The Clansman -  269
When Two Worlds Collide -  122
The Educated Fool -  291
Don't Look to the Eyes of a Stranger -  105
Como Estais Amigos -  130
The Wicker Man -  152
Ghost of the Navigator -  208
Brave New World -  150
Blood Brothers -  239
The Mercenary -  102
Dream of Mirrors -  275
The Fallen Angel -  143
The Nomad -  238
Out of the Silent Planet -  120
The Thin Line Between Love and Hate -  215
Wildest Dreams -  149
Rainmaker -  128
No More Lies -  180
Montsegur -  220
Dance of Death -  395
Gates of Tomorrow -  151
New Frontier -  134
Paschendale -  397
Face in Sand -  174
Age of Innocence -  233
Journeyman -  180
Different World -  171
These Colours Don't Run -  139
Brighter than a Thousand Suns -  252
The Pilgrim -  147
The Longest Day -  229
Out of the Shadows -  121
The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg -  220
For the Greater Good of God -  313
Lord of Light -  273
The Legacy -  464

“Three Amigos” statistics by Forostar[sup]5[/sup]

Dave Murray
-played on: 14 studio albums
-(co-)wrote 25 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non album tracks: Dance of Death (4 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: Brave New World (3 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Powerslave (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: Powerslave (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with Steve Harris (21 songs)

Adrian Smith
-played on: 9 studio albums
-(co)-wrote 30 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Dance of Death (7 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: Dance of Death and A Matter Of Life And Death (5 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Killers (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: Killers (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with: Bruce Dickinson (20 songs)

Janick Gers
-played on: 7 studio albums
-(co)-wrote 28 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: The X-Factor (10 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: The X-Factor (7 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: No Prayer For The Dying (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: No Prayer For The Dying (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with: Steve Harris (22 songs)

* Sanctuary, Twilight Zone and Total Eclipse are seen as album tracks in this overview
* Virus has been placed in TXF-era
* Adrian Smith also co-wrote a track for an album he didn’t play on! Hooks In You

These songs were played live by Maiden at least once, but their live performances never got covered by any official release (live albums, videos, B-sides etc):[sup]6[/sup]

Invasion
Strange World
Women In Uniform
Twilight Zone
Genghis Khan
Purgatory
To Tame A Land
Caught Somewhere In Time
Sea Of Madness
The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Runner
Stranger In A Strange Land
Fortunes Of War
The Edge Of Darkness
The Angel And The Gambler
Lightning Strikes Twice
When Two Worlds Collide
The Educated Fool
Don't Look To The Eyes Of A Stranger
The Fallen Angel
Out Of The Silent Planet

Live versions of these tracks were released but are rarities (i.e. the medium they were released on is out of print, such as singles, EPs etc):[sup]7[/sup]

I've Got The Fire
Drifter
Still Life
Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)
Holy Smoke
No Prayer For The Dying
Public Enema Number One
The Assassin
Hooks In You
Man On The Edge
Blood On The World's Hands
The Aftermath
Futureal

Average length of the songs on each album (stats here):[sup]8[/sup]

Iron Maiden: 04:42
Iron Maiden (Enhanced): 04:31
Killers: 03:52
Killers (Enhanced): 03:45
The Number of the Beast: 05:02
The Number of the Beast (Enhanced): 04:59
Piece of Mind: 05:06
Powerslave: 06:22
Somewhere in Time: 06:25
Seventh Son of a Seventh son: 05:30
No Prayer for the Dying: 04:24
Fear of the Dark: 04:53
The X Factor: 06:27
Virtual XI 06:39
Brave New World 06:42
Dance of Death: 06:11
A Matter of Life and Death: 07:12

Songs titles beginning with "The" in alphabetical order - 27 tracks (Data here):[sup]*9[/sup]

The Aftermath
The Angel and the Gambler
The Apparition
The Assassin
The Clairvoyant
The Clansman
The Duellists
The Edge of Darkness
The Educated Fool
The Evil That Men Do
The Fallen Angel
The Fugitive
The Ides of March
The Legacy
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
The Longest Day
The Mercenary
The Nomad
The Number of the Beast
The Pilgrim
The Prisoner
The Prophecy
The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg
The Thin Line Between Love and Hate
The Trooper
The Unbeliever
The Wicker Man

Album songs that Maiden have NOT played live[sup]10[/sup]

Killers:
1. Prodigal Son

The Number of the Beast:
2. Invaders
3. Gangland

Piece of Mind:
4. Quest for Fire
5. Sun and Steel

Powerslave:
6. Flash of the Blade
7. The Duellists
8. Back in the Village

Somewhere in Time:
9. Deja-Vu
10. Alexander The Great

Seventh Son of a Seventh Son:
11. The Prophecy
12. Only the Good Die Young

No Prayer for the Dying:
13. Fates Warning
14. Run Silent Run Deep
15. Mother Russia

Fear of the Dark: (7 out of 12 tracks never played!)
16. Fear is the Key
17. Childhood's End
18. The Fugitive
19. Chains of Misery
20. The Apparition
21. Judas Be My Guide
22. Weekend Warrior

The X-Factor:
23. Look for the Truth
24. Judgement of Heaven
25. 2 A.M.
26. The Unbeliever

Virtual XI:
27. Como Estais Amigos

Brave New World:
28. The Nomad
29. The Thin Line between Love and Hate

Dance of Death:
30. Montségur
31. Gates of Tomorrow
32. New Frontier
33. Face in the Sand
34. Age of Innocence

Most frequently played songs:[sup]11[/sup]

Iron Maiden (18 Tours)
Sanctuary (15 Tours)
Wrathchild (15 Tours)
The Number Of The Beast (15 Tours)
Hallowed Be Thy Name (15 Tours)
The Trooper (13 Tours)
Run To The Hills (13 Tours)
Running Free (11 Tours)

Most released tracks :[sup]12[/sup]

Iron Maiden: 20
Wrathchild: 21
The Number of the Beast: 25
Run to the Hills: 24
Hallowed be thy Name: 20
The Trooper: 22

Average track time[sup]13[/sup]

Work in progress.  Feedback appreciated.
If anybody wants to check or query the data, feel free to do so.


*NB* Some of these facts are not concrete and application of opinion must be used, for example the definition of a chorus may differ for each individual.
*1 No words sang, or spoken, by a vocalist over a particular period of time
*2 A line or group of lines repeated at intervals in a song.
For example, in "Afraid to Shoot Strangers", there is no chorus because the words all follow after one another and there is no verse, so to speak.
*3 Help from ]Forostar (pre-AMOLAD songs)
*4 A big thanks to Albie (NPFTD - AMOLAD).  Number of words calculated using Microsoft Word.  Discounting repeated lines (choruses and verses)
*5 Entirely compiled by Forostar
*6 Entirely compiled by Perun
*7 Entirely compiled by Perun
*8 Entirely compiled by Albie
"I (Albie) have compiled these stats from the length of tracks reported by the CD upon insertion - using MusicMatch Jukebox. The Enhanced versions are there because there is an extra track on the first three albums. The last track is always the time from the original album, as the time reported (as above) seems to add an extra minute or two because of the enhanced features (I would think)."
*9 Entirely compiled by Albie
*10 Entirely compiled by Forostar.  Uncertainty lies over the issue of "Mother Russia" as some claim it was played live in Phoenix.
*11 Entirely compiled by Perun.  Every tour is included, even if the song was on the setlist only once (such as Run To The Hills). The pre-Iron Maiden tours are comprehended as one tour, Fear Of The Dark and Real Live Tours are two tours, just as Gimme Ed... Till I'm Dead and Dance Of Death.
By the way, Iron Maiden, The Number Of The Beast and Hallowed Be Thy Name are the only songs that have been on every setlist since their release (The Trooper was not played on the Somewhere In Time tour).
*12 Not including different formats of the same release.  Eg, "Live After Death" video and audio counted as one release.
*13 Entirely compiled by Sinister Minister X.  Average length of all Maiden studio tracks, including b-sides: 5:29
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
Interesting, would you not suggest that "Where Eagles Dare" would be chorus-less as well?
 
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Anonymous

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Albie, that's where personal opinion comes into it.  When you see the lyrics wriiten out, it appears as though there is no chorus, just four verses, but when you listen to the song, the lines with similar melodies appear to be choruses:

"No one should go where eagles dare"
"No one should fly where eagles dare"
"They've got to try to save the day"
"They chose to fly, Where Eagles Dare"
 

Raven

Ancient Mariner
Well, first of all, Losfer Words shouldn't be on the list of longest instrumental sections.  Besides, Nicko calls a count in...so it's not entirely instrumental. :D

And I think you need to adjust your idea of a chorus slightly.  A chorus is always put between verses (with sometimes a chorus at the beginning, before the first verse), and is more often than not shorter than the verse.  However, it does not have to have repeated words.  A repeated melody line, different from the verse, will do.  So 'Where Eagles Dare' has a chorus, even though it is only two lines long, and the 'Where Eagles Dare' part is the only repeated phrase.  But that's my opinion, anyway.

Oh, and Conor...please take the four instrumentals off the chorus-less list.  Or I'll make lists such as 'Verseless songs', 'Songs without a definite article in the lyrics', 'Songs which don't display Paul/Bruce's vocals well' and 'Songs on which Nicko makes the largest vocal contribution'. :innocent:
 
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Anonymous

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Raven said:
Oh, and Conor...please take the four instrumentals off the chorus-less list.  Or I'll make lists such as 'Verseless songs', 'Songs without a definite article in the lyrics', 'Songs which don't display Paul/Bruce's vocals well' and 'Songs on which Nicko makes the largest vocal contribution'. :innocent:
Point taken... if anybody makes such lists I would be happy to incorporate them into my first post with a sidenote indicating their contribution.
 

ohgar_boy

Trooper
Fortunes of war has a chorus, doesn't it?

"Fortunes of war...Fortunes of war...fortunes of war... no pain anymore"

Or is that once in the song? It's been a while since I put on the x-Factor
 

Raven

Ancient Mariner
ohgar_boy said:
Fortunes of war has a chorus, doesn't it?

"Fortunes of war...Fortunes of war...fortunes of war... no pain anymore"

Or is that once in the song? It's been a while since I put on the x-Factor

That statement is like saying Angel and The Gambler drags on 'a wee bit more than necessary'.

On the other hand, I don't know whether Fortunes of War should count as chorusless or not.  As oghar pointed out, the 'Fortunes of war' bit is indeed used repeatedly in one section, rather than throughout the song.  But there are breaks in the section with it, so I don't know whether it should count as a chorus proper or not. :huh:
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
I have a suggestion, most words in a song (what shouldn't count is repeated lines). This idea comes from an interview I heard many a year ago where Al Stewart claimed he wrote more words in "The Year of the Cat" than Lionel Richie wrote in one album.[sup]1[/sup] Undoubtedly, Rime of the Ancient Mariner will top the list - straight after I heard this interview, I compared this with Al Stewart's effort - Maiden won. ;)

But this is a mere suggestion.

[sup]1[/sup]Lionel Richie was big at the time and Al Stewart was having a small revival. Hence the bitter-sweet comment.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Albie said:
I have a suggestion, most words in a song (what shouldn't count is repeated lines)
Anybody willing to help?  I'll do from IM up to 7th Son.
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
Conor said:
Anybody willing to help?  I'll do from IM up to 7th Son.
OK, I'll have a bash at the rest - sometime tomorrow. I'll post here with the results.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Cheers Albie, I'll post mine as soon as I get them calculated.
 

Genghis Khan

Ancient Mariner
How about the longest intro (instrumental parts before first spoken/sung words)?  Not counting Nicko's counting, that is.  If anyone cares, I could start compiling some CDs, but I don't think I can do them all.  (Woosed out).
 

Forostar

Ancient Mariner
A few “Three Amigoes” statistics (more might follow later) :)

Dave Murray
-played on: 14 studio albums
-(co-)wrote 25 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non album tracks: Dance of Death (4 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: Brave New World (3 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Powerslave (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: Powerslave (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with Steve Harris (21 songs)

Adrian Smith
-played on: 9 studio albums
-(co)-wrote 30 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Dance of Death (7 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: Dance of Death and A Matter Of Life And Death (5 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: Killers (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: Killers (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with: Bruce Dickinson (20 songs)

Janick Gers
-played on: 7 studio albums
-(co)-wrote 28 songs
-contributed most in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: The X-Factor (10 songs)
-contributed most in the following era(s), album tracks only: The X-Factor (7 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), including non-album tracks: No Prayer For The Dying (0 songs)
-contributed least in the following era(s), album tracks only: No Prayer For The Dying (0 songs)
-wrote mostly with: Steve Harris (22 songs)


* Sanctuary, Twilight Zone and Total Eclipse are seen as album tracks in this overview
* Virus has been placed in TXF-era
* Adrian Smith also co-wrote a track for an album he didn’t play on! Hooks In You
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Songs that make explicit mention of existing geographic locations:

Running Free: Los Angeles
Transylvania: Transylvania
Murders In The Rue Morgue: Paris, France, Italy
22, Acacia Avenue: East End (London)
Where Eagles Dare: Bavarian Alps
Revelations: Nile
Two Minutes To Midnight: Bergen-Belsen
Alexander The Great: Greece, Macedonia (Yes, dear Greeks, I know that this is part of Greece, it is not modern-day FYROM  :rolleyes: ), Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey), Aegean Sea, Persia (Fars, Iran), Jaxartes (Amu-Darya), Egypt, Alexandria, Tigris, Arbela (Irbil), Babylon (Babil), Susa (Shush), Persepolis (Takht-e Ghamshid), Gordium, India
Moonchild: Babylon (Babil) [Uncertain]
Tailgunner: Dresden, Cologne, Frankfurt
Public Enema Number One: Cologne
Mother Russia: Russia
The Edge Of Darkness: Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)
Montsegur: Montsegur
Paschendale: Paschendale

Some songs make implicit mentions of geographic locations (for example, it is obvious that Run To The Hills takes place on the Great Plains of North America although they're never explicitly mentioned). Some also make mention of nationalities:

Die With Your Boots On: French
The Trooper: Russian
Paschendale: German

I might have missed some. I'll check.
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
Albie said:
OK, I'll have a bash at the rest - sometime tomorrow. I'll post here with the results.
I have started on this and am currently working my way back from A Matter of life and Death and am on Brave New World.

The Method I am using to do this as as follows:

i) Put the lyrics for the whole album into a Word document (lyrics will be obtained from Darklyrics.com - fairly accurate are the lyrics here). A Matter of Life and Death I got from Mav's threads in the commentary forum as they are not on Darklyrics yet.
ii) Select one song at a time and put into another Word doc
iii) Compare with the lyrics on the CD booklet and revise accordingly (all repeated verses are put in as they are printed in the booklet).
iv) Select the properties option from the file menu and go to the stats tab and not down the word count.
v) Remove all repeated lines and repeat step (iv).
vi) Once all the stats are in place  for all the lyrics, I will double check the top 10 before repeated lines are removed and after repeated lines are removed and count manually to ensure accuracy.

Fortunately, I am not at work this week and have the time to do this. :D
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
Words in songs (less repeated lines).

Tailgunner -  119
Holy Smoke -  220
No Prayer for the Dying -  119
Public Enema Number One -  145
Fates Warning -  144
The Assassin -  148
Run Silent Run Deep -  203
Hooks in You -  163
Bring You Daughter…… -  137
Mother Russia -  97
Be Quick or be Dead -  118
From Here to Eternity -  146
Afraid to Shoot Strangers -  133
Fear is the Key -  169
Childhood's End -  138
Wasting Love -  103
The Fugitive -  162
Chains of Misery -  165
The Apparition -  387
Judas Be My Guide -  108
Weekend Warrior -  206
Fear of the Dark -  190
Sign of the Cross -  236
Lord of the Flies -  160
Man on the Edge -  140
Fortunes of War -  184
Look for the Truth -  153
The Aftermath -  165
Judgement of Heaven -  203
Blood on the World's Hands -  146
The Edge of Darkness -  255
2 A.M. -  127
The Unbeliever -  180
Virus -  205
Justice of the Peace -  161
Judgement Day -  107
I Live My Way -  122
Futureal -  128
The Angel and the Gambler -  297
Lightning Strikes Twice -  178
The Clansman -  269
When Two Worlds Collide -  122
The Educated Fool -  291
Don't Look to the Eyes of a Stranger -  105
Como Estais Amigos -  130
The Wicker Man -  152
Ghost of the Navigator -  208
Brave New World -  150
Blood Brothers -  239
The Mercenary -  102
Dream of Mirrors -  275
The Fallen Angel -  143
The Nomad -  238
Out of the Silent Planet -  120
The Thin Line Between Love and Hate -  215
Wildest Dreams -  149
Rainmaker -  128
No More Lies -  180
Montsegur -  220
Dance of Death -  395
Gates of Tomorrow -  151
New Frontier -  134
Paschendale -  397
Face in Sand -  174
Age of Innocence -  233
Journeyman -  180
Different World -  171
These Colours Don't Run -  139
Brighter than a Thousand Suns -  252
The Pilgrim -  147
The Longest Day -  229
Out of the Shadows -  121
The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg -  220
For the Greater Good of God -  313
Lord of Light -  273
The Legacy -  464

EDIT: If any one wishes to pick one or two at random and verify this is correct, please do so.
 

JackKnife

A Vivid example of masculine pulchritude
Thinking about this topic, I would like to say that what you’re providing us with is not statistics per se. It is data and that’s different. Statistics would consist into looking the data in order to determine say, if the average number of words changes from one album to the other or if lyrics written by Bruce are longer the ones Steve wrote…
It requires some maths … ;)
 

Albie

Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.
Very true JackKnife, it is just data. Stats are:

1st column are words overall
2nd words minus the repeated words
third is the difference
and last is the percentage of decrease.

Tailgunner - 152 - 119 - 33 - 21.71%
Holy Smoke - 276 - 220 - 56 - 20.29%
No Prayer for the Dying - 119 - 119 - 0 - 0.00%
Public Enema Number One - 195 - 145 - 50 - 25.64%
Fates Warning - 202 - 144 - 58 - 28.71%
The Assassin - 162 - 148 - 14 - 8.64%
Run Silent Run Deep - 273 - 203 - 70 - 25.64%
Hooks in You - 257 - 163 - 94 - 36.58%
Bring You Daughter…… - 155 - 137 - 18 - 11.61%
Mother Russia - 107 - 97 - 10 - 9.35%

I've done for each album since (and including) No Prayer.....
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Some people have too much time on their hands to generate all this (rather useless) data. But I suppose that it keeps you lot out of mischief, eh?  :D



Can anyone supply me with the number of times Bruce has said "Scream for me <name of the place>" on stage and how it compares between his first tenure with Maiden, his solo career and after the reunion? Thanks!  :innocent:
 
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