Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (The Studio Collection – Remastered)

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    The Studio Collection – Remastered!

    'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son' was the seventh studio album by metal band Iron Maiden, originally released in 1988 by EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US.

    It was the first Iron Maiden release to feature keyboards. Like 'The Number of the Beast' and, later, 'Fear of the Dark' and 'The Final Frontier,' it debuted at No. 1 in the UK. It also marks the first appearance of many progressive rock elements which would be used frequently in later albums.

    Parlophone Records will continue their reissues series of the Iron Maiden catalogue with The Studio Collection – Remastered, covering the band's sixteen-strong studio albums across their career to date.
    Following on from 2014/2017's black vinyl releases, The Studio Collection – Remastered will be released on the Digipak CD format, with the track listing matching the original UK releases. The recordings are taken from the same remasters as the 2015 hi-res digital releases.
    Maiden founding member and bassist Steve Harris says, "We've wanted to revisit these for a long time and I was delighted with the remastering we did in 2015. I thought it was the best that our albums have ever sounded and it was only right that we made them available on CD now too."


    Primary Format - Music - CD

    Artist - IRON MAIDEN

    Label - Parlophone / Warner

    Music Genre - Metal

    Music Genre Primary - Metal

Track Listing


  1. Moonchild
  2. Infinite Dreams
  3. Can I Play With Madness
  4. The Evil That Men Do
  5. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
  6. The Prophecy
  7. The Clairvoyant
  8. Only The Good Die Young


Rated 5 out of 5 by from The way it should have sounded in the first place. I started buying the latest remastered Studio Collection albums, once the became available with the first batch, about a month ago and have now the second lot of Iron Maiden's re-issue albums in my collection. It was well worth the investment...throughout all the new remasters, there is a noticeable improvement in overall clarity and dynamic levels as well as certain three dimensional aspects to certain tracks with vocals and instrumentation clearly benefiting from Tony Newton and Ade Emsley's careful transfers and superb work, which clearly won the approval of Steve Harris's critical ear. I have a bunch of old Japanese and early European releases from the Debut, Killers and Number of the Beast records and the improvements in sound quality on these records alone are remarkable. If you're a Maiden Fan and you're sitting on a load of old worn out cd your self a favour and check these new remasters out...and with a decent audio system, the rewards are worth the cash many times over...!! Up the Irons.. Looking very much forward to next batch of re- releases sometime next month.
Date published: 2019-05-17
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