Iron Maiden - Eddie's Archive
NME.COM feature on Iron Maiden - Eddie's Archive album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Metal's high priests, still boldly going...
- Aug 16, 2010
The part-time author, swordsman and pilot leads his veteran Brit metal overlords into Sweden for another successful stadium rampage – the perfect warm-up for headlining the Carling Weekend: Reading an
- Jul 27, 2005
Ver Maiden skirt along the thin line between 'sexy' and 'sexist'...
- Jan 8, 2001
The Knebworth bash returns after a two-year hiatus
Iron Maiden LLP is estimated to be bringing in £10-20 million a year
The frontman has refuted reports that he accepted a $500 million (£316 million) government contract
Iron Maiden - Eddie's Archive: Wikipedia Album Entry
Eddie's Archive is a box set by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 16 November 2002. The box, an embossed metal casket featuring the face of mascot Eddie, contains three double CDs, the Iron Maiden family tree and a shot glass. The family tree is an updated version of the family tree that originally came with A Real Dead One in 1993. Eddie's Archive was originally released as a limited edition, and the family tree was numbered. However, due to large demand, it was later re-released. For this re-release, the color of the inlay was changed from blue to red, and the family tree was not numbered.
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Artist/Album artwork images hosted by Last.fm. For copyright enquiries please see here.