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Wish Maiden would re-release the back catalouge on CD

Discussion in 'Maiden Chat' started by Sth2112, Oct 11, 2017.

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  1. Sth2112

    Sth2112 Nomad

    Next year it has been 20 years since they re-released the back catalouge on CD. The multimedia parts are totally out of date, the covers are different from their originals, the first three albums have different tracklist...

    It's about time for Maiden to re-release their back catalouge on CD again in my opinion. Full blown digipacks like the Sony Legacy reissues, with original covers, a first disc with original tracklisting, a second disc with B-sides, live tracks, unreleased versions/unreleased tracks (I know Maiden probably have released everything they have recorded, but maybe they have something stored away?).

    Bruce made some fantastic re-releases with his albums, I think Maiden really should do it to!

    Would you buy their albums again, if they were done properly?
     
  2. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

  3. Sth2112

    Sth2112 Nomad

    My suggestions for track listing bonus discs?
    IM:
    The soundhouse tapes
    Sanctuary
    Women in uniform
    Burning ambition
    I've got the fire (live)

    Killers:
    Invation
    Twilight zone
    Maiden japan

    Numberof the beast:
    Total eclipse
    Beast over hammersmith

    POM:
    Ive got the fire
    Cross eyed mary
    Live in dortmund

    Powerslave:
    Rainbows gold
    Mission from arry
    King of twilight
    Losfer words (live)

    SIT:
    Reach out
    Juanita
    That girl
    Sheriff of huddersfield
    Live in sheffield

    7th Son:
    Black bart blues
    Massacre
    Prowler 88
    Charlotte the harlot 88
    Live donington 88

    NPFTD
    All in your mind
    Kill me ce soir
    I'm a mover
    Communication breakdown
    Live at wembley

    FOTD:
    Nodding donkey blues
    Space station #5
    Bayswater ain't a bad place to be
    I can't see my feelings
    Roll over vic vella
    Outtakes from a real live one/a real dead one

    TXF
    Justice of the peace
    Judgement day
    I live my way
    Doctor doctor
    My generation
    Virus

    VXI
    Live tracks from the x factour

    BNW
    Live tracks from Milan 1999
    Live tracks from Brixton academy 2002

    DOD
    Pass the jam
    Blood brothers (orchestral)
    More tea vicar
    Paschendale (orchestral)
    Journeyman (electric version)
    Age of innosence...how old?

    AMOLAD
    Hocus pocus
    Space truckin
    Tush
    Angel of death
    Live tracks from 2005

    Feel free to come with suggestions!
     
  4. Diplomat

    Diplomat Trooper

    I just completed 180 g LP collection, but I would buy double digipacks.
     
  5. Why? people don’t buy cds anymore.
     
  6. Diesel 11

    Diesel 11 Come to the Sabbath

    I do.
     
  7. jeffgt14

    jeffgt14 Nomad

    They'll probably be brickwalled to high heaven even if they do.
     
  8. CriedWhenBrucieLeft

    CriedWhenBrucieLeft Ancient Mariner

    You can pick up most CDs online for cheaper than the digital download. So... why wouldn't you buy CDs?
     
  9. Welsh Phantom

    Welsh Phantom Educated Fool

    Yep, plus you have the physical artwork etc.

    In fact, I don't think I have EVER bought a digital download! :)
     
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  10. CriedWhenBrucieLeft

    CriedWhenBrucieLeft Ancient Mariner

    Oh no, I've bought hundreds of DL; but if the option is there for a CD (inc. postage) then I'm not wasting my money on the former. Aside from that, I actually don't care either way.
     
  11. Welsh Phantom

    Welsh Phantom Educated Fool

    Maybe it's a generational thing. The change from vinyls to cd was enough for me LOL
     
  12. CriedWhenBrucieLeft

    CriedWhenBrucieLeft Ancient Mariner

    I'm from the vinyl/cassette era myself. Not sure if you're much older than me, so I think it's a you thing! :p
     
  13. Welsh Phantom

    Welsh Phantom Educated Fool

    I am 48. Most of my mates the same age bracket are still into the physical releases. My one mate has never moved past vinyl, but he's an audiophile :)
     
  14. CriedWhenBrucieLeft

    CriedWhenBrucieLeft Ancient Mariner

    Okay, you're a lot more older than me. Fogey territory.
     
  15. Welsh Phantom

    Welsh Phantom Educated Fool

    Just means I have had more time to listen to and see Maiden ;)
     
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  16. fekso

    fekso Nomad

    Still waiting for the compact cassette re-release
     
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  17. Wayne Bond

    Wayne Bond Nomad

    I’m in my 40’s and grew up on cassettes before cds were a major thing. I’ve got literally thousands of CD albums and box sets and I was always adamant that I would prefer the physical copy over a download any day, besides having the cd was the best of both worlds as I could rip it onto my iPod/iPhone anyway and have a digital copy plus the cd.

    Recently though over the last couple of years I’ve gone more and more digital to the point of now pretty much all my music (and films) are bought through iTunes. Moving house twice in the last 5 years has taught me that having so much stuff really can be a pain in the back side lol.

    I do still buy the odd cd now and again and I’ll always buy anything maiden release on cd and vinyl as I’ve got a nice iron maiden collection now of box sets and albums and other stuff that I’ll always keep growing. I just find it’s so convenient to own digital. I’ve got Apple TV, iPhone and iPad and being able to store everything on my smart devices and access them wherever I am is so easy and tidy. I have my entire music collection downloaded to my iPhone which is 20,000+ tracks which is far more convenient that wading through my cd collection each time I fancy listening to music. Plus I find the mastered for iTunes albums to sound great both through head phones and from the docks I have st home. Plus they sound incredible pumping out of my home cinema set up when connected to the amp in my living room.
     
  18. Niall Kielt

    Niall Kielt Pulled Her At The Bottle Top

    Am I in the minority then, I've never bought a digital thing in my life. That said, there's a limited amount of stuff I buy these days, just Maiden, Tinarawin or The Levellers. Youtube all the way. I am part of the destruction of the music industry, really. Fuck 'em, poor musicians make better music anyway.
     
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  19. Wayne Bond

    Wayne Bond Nomad

    Stealing music is such a lame thing. Anyone who rips music off YouTube is a scab who should pay for it! If your too poor get a better job or don’t listen to stuff, simples.
     
  20. Perun

    Perun Climbing like a monkey Staff Member

    Not that simples. There are official band and label channels, and YouTube is sometimes the only available resource for rare and out of print music.
     
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