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Listen With Nicko! Part XI

Ah Ha! Ha! Ha! Haaaa! Maybe I can get out of here now! Oh, this is Nicko's 'not alot of people know that,
number ten'. When I finish this I can go home! Ahahaha! Ah oh, why do I want to go home? Oh I don't
know, I've been in here so long, oh I'm stuck to the chair and all that kind of good stuff... And I've had so
much fun mumbling on to you guys and telling you jokes and all that stuff and this is the last one! Well at
least I can go and have a bath. Hmmmmm, it's about that time of the year anyway. Hahahaha!
Well! You despicable heathenistic civilictic god knows what else... mumbling jumbling oooh big single
buying public have got in your greasy sweaty horrible... oooh! How is your stereo still spinning around and
that little needle bouncing up and down in all that grime? You have got The Clairvoyant, Prisoner, Heaven
Can Wait, released the 7th of November 1988 chart position number six! Yes! And on the other side you've
got Infinite Dreams, Killers, Still Life - Harris and Murray wrote that song, debuted number twelve, got to
number six again! My goodness! And that was released the 6th of November 1989! Oh, here, have you just
noticed something... something a bit weird about that? Yeah, I don't know whether that Eddie's got anything
to do with that Seventh Son business, but those were both released... those singles, within one year of each
other to the day almost. Released 7th of November '88, Infinite Dreams released 6th of November '89. A bit
strange and all that...
Well look at that! Let's go on, I don't really... I started getting tingles up the back, I don't like that. Dave?
Oh, get out of here. Anyway, no. Hahaha! Jeez, four top ten singles in a year to two years actually. By the
time you lot are listening to this, which is February, I mean as we know Can I Play With Madness was
released the 2nd of March '88 and we're at the sort of end of February. That's close to two years isn't it?
That's bloody good I think, considering we had a year off. I mean, god bless you lot out there, I mean, you
know, to not actually have done anything in a year and we pulled out like a single, you know, Infinite
Dreams... And by the way that was off the new Maiden England video which we shall talk about in a
minute... you know, after a year you pushed it up to number six for us, and god bless you all, because it's
nice to know that you ain't forgotten us. You know.
Anyway! The Clairvoyant, Prisoner... all live renditions, my goodness, of the most severe kind! I should
know, I was there wasn't I! Sooty was there too, did you notice? Anyway, enough of him, stupid soddy bear,
he doesn't know even how to talk or anything else, stupid git! Anyway! The Clairvoyant, Prisoner, and
Heaven Can Wait were recorded in front of you lot as I said I believe earlier on. If I didn't, as I said again on
previous 'not alot of people knows that' f'king too f'king bad! A hundred and seven thousand of ya! Wooah!
At Donnington on August the 20th 1988, you can lucky people, you've not only got the live renditions, you
were there, probably! And there was Kiss, David Lee Roth, all kinds of people. My goodness, what a great
day. Anyway, those as I say were recorded and were a special little single release to you from us lot
celebrating the 20th of August for us, because that was... I told you this, we got on stage 20 minutes early
for that gig. We got a guy called Dicky Bell, my goodness the Das Furher Bell we called him because he's
like Hitler - right asshole! Anyway hah! He comes in the dressing room and he goes, 'right you horrible lot,
you musician slime, you scumbags, you sleazeballs, get on that stage now, it's time to do your show, you
lazy bastards!' All that sort of stuff, right? 'Oh good afternoon Dick, well good evening Dick...' you know,
(unintelligible)... of we go. We were convinced that he'd actually come in the dressing room at Donnington
that evening and told us to get on stage. But he actually didn't. And we got on stage and he goes, 'Right!
What the f'king hell are you lot doing up here? Piss of my stage, get up here when I tell ya!' We said,
'Look! Rumour has it we're supposed to be doing a gig. Anyway you stupid prat, you told us to get up here.'
'No I f'king didn't!' he said. We said, 'You f'king did!' He said 'I f'king didn't!' Boof! Stuck us in the
eyeballs! Take that for openers! 'Look here Dick, why the hell we up here for if somebody didn't come
around...' He said, 'You fucking show him off to me, I'll have a word with him... tell my band to come up
here when I ain't ready!' So, we get on stage, as I said, ten minutes early and we had ten minutes before we
had to get, you know, actual showtime. So, cause we get up there and get warmed up the various bits,
twiddly old exercises, Steve checks is bass, all the boys... and Bruce goes round the back and does the
various gobbing in the old facial mask thing and all that, and ah ha! Oh we all do the bits, you know.
So we actually had an extra ten minutes on stage looking at you lot standing out there waiting for us lot to
come up and do it, and so.... (farting noises).... 'You nervous?' 'No.' 'What was that?' 'Somebody step on
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a duck?' 'I dunno!' The air turned blue! We had all these film crews around there trying to film us, and they
soon left, hahaha! They got out of there quick, they knew how to get out while the going was good, you
know what I mean.
So what can I say man, what a fantastic experience! Something that will live with me for the rest of my life,
no doubt about that. And, I mean we played like a cat on a tin roof, and we all thought it was a blazing gig.
But we later found out and we thought the tape was running slow when we recorded it but nevertheless...
enough said about that! Hahaha!
Moving on to Infinite Dreams, Killers, and Still Life! Ohh god it's tormenting me! I'm sitting here, I'm
strapping myself into this chair with the lead and cable from these headphones trying to restrain myself! My
goodness! It was only a year ago that I played these songs for you with the band and all! I miss it so much!
Oh gosh, it debuted at twelve and it got to number six, didn't it, not so many weeks ago! Released the 6th of
November 1989, my gosh, one year to the day of The Clairvoyant's release. A bit uncanny, as I say.
Nevertheless! These three songs were taken from the band's gig at the NEC in Birmingham, which was
recorded around I think Novermber the 28th, 1988... 27th it was... and the 28th, we did two gigs! Hah ha ho!
So, what can I say? We listened... now actually Steve... let me say this, Steve directed and edited this here
Maiden England video, and he set up all the camera angles and told the guys what he wanted, and it took six
months to edit this piece of work, 90 minutes worth of music. And I've got to say this, he done the most
stunning job I think I've ever seen, and I'm saying that... I'm saying that because... I didn't have to crawl to
him because I did that last week, I've got a brown tongue and warm kneepads! Hahahah! No, serious piece
of work! No, as you will agree with me, it is, isn't it? I mean, I haven't seen a music video that's so clear, so
good, and well put together. It's really... I'm proud to have been on that, because it's f'king great. And we
decided actually, when we heard the soundtrack we were really so tempted to realease it as a live album
again, cause it was really good and Martin recorded the band so well in that room, it was really nice. But we
settled for taking a single off of it, because we thought, you know, it wasn't the right time to do another, you
know, a second live album. But you know, it means it's well... I guess for the fans without access to the
video will have a souvenier of the '88 tour won't you? Because you can stick this lot on your f'king stereo, as
long as it ain't screwed up with all the sticky horrible debauched singles you stuck on prior to this, as long as
your stilus still bounces over the grooves and does all that good stuff it'll be allright won't it?
Hey, by the time you've got this lot in your hands, by the way, we shall have been in the studio working on a
brand new album! Yes! Oooh, it's gonna be out later this year. And we may, or we may not, you never
know, have another four top ten singles, thanks to you lot. And I'm going to work it out and say to them...
say to you lot, it's about that time to wind this up. I mean, I've had such a great time speaking to you.... you...
you lot! F'king hell! Oh dear, we'll have to do this again sometime, I'd like to. That's it! No, and... basically
thanking you lot.... you greasy slugs! You.... you grubby lucky little people! No I'm kidding, hahaha!
Thanks for ten great fantastic Maidenesque years of boogalooing through the, you know, the lunchaloms of
this business... getting up there and giving it all the good old heavy metal welly, which we need more of!
Lots of big heavy metal welly's everywhere, squashing all that grief stuff, all that rap shit and all that good
crap that's out there that that Bleedin Bojack Company play all the time and that fucking Mighty Tight Veg
cause they haven't got a clue anymore have they? Anyway! Toodle-do to you lot! Thanks alot to the gov'nor,
'Arry Harris, and Dave Murray, Adrian Smith and Bruce Dickinson, and the gov'nor Rod Smallwood, Andy
Taylor, and all the boys... Tony Wiggins, Dick Bell, and everybody else who's involved, my drum tech
especially, Gadsy! And EMI, for whom without them I wouldn't be here talking to you lot, mumbling and
jumbling, and you wouldn't have had f'king half a dozen, seven or eight, f'king albums of the band, all that
good stuff, to be mumbling jumbling and listening to. So, as I said... oh yeah, is it, no... I was going to tell
you a joke, but I've decided I've run out of them, and they ain't very funny anyway, so bollocks! That's all I
can say to that! And as I say, as 'Arry Harris says, as he says it very well, there's only one 'um, and that's
fuck'um! So, god bless ya, and I'll see ya... if I don't see you in the spring, as I said on one of the other 'not
alot of people know that', I'll see you in a mattress!

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1.Blood On The World's Hands
2.Iron Maiden (live)
3.I'm A Mover
4.Wrathchild - 1998 Remastered Version
5.All In Your Mind
6.Be Quick Or Be Dead - 1998 Remastered Version
7.Prowler 88
8.Charlotte the Harlot 88
9.Phantom Of The Opera - 1998 Remastered Version
10.Killers - 1998 Remastered Version
11.Sheriff Of Huddersfield
12.Stranger In A Strange Land - 1998 Remastered Version
13.Drifter - Steve Harris
14.Tailgunner - 1998 Remastered Version
15.Women In Uniform
16.The Trooper - 1998 Remastered Version
17.Innocent Exile - Steve Harris
18.Killers - Paul Di'anno, Steve Harris
19.Murders In The Rue Morgue - Steve Harris
20.Prodigal Son - Steve Harris
21.Purgatory - Steve Harris
22.Twilight Zone - Steve Harris, Dave Murray
23.Wrathchild - Steve Harris
24.22 Acacia Avenue (Harris, Smith) 6:04
25.Children Of The Damned (Harris) 4:19
26.Die With Your Boots On (Smith, Dickinson, Harris)
27.Phantom Of The Opera (Harris) 7:01
28.Wrathchild (Harris) 2:54
30.Cross-Eyed Mary
31.Doctor Doctor
32.I've Got The Fire
33.Judment Of Heaven
34.King Of Twilight
35.My Generation
36.The Number Of The Beast - 1998 Remastered Version
37.Roll Over Beethoven
38.She's Gone
39.Space Station #5
40.The Sign Of The Cross
43.323 Bc
44.Fear Of The Dark [Live]
45.Wasted Years '99
46.666 The Number Of The Beast
47.2 Minutes To Midnight - 1998 Remastered Version
48.Massacre (Cover Thin Lizzy)
49.Rime Of The Ancient Mariner (Live)
50.Killers - Live
52.The Prisioner
53.Wrathchild '99
54.Fear Of The Dark [Live At Rock In Rio]
55.Running Free [Live]
56.22 Acacia Avenue (The Continuing Saga of Charlotte the Harlot)
57.Listen With Nicko! Part XI (Modify)
58.Different World (2015 Remastered Version)
59.Out of the Shadows (2015 Remastered Version)
60.The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg (2015 Remastered Version)
61.Judgement of Heaven (2015 Remastered Version)
62.The Edge of Darkness (2015 Remastered Version)
63.Look For the Truth (2015 Remastered Version)
64.Innocent Exile (2015 Remastered Version)
65.22 Acacia Avenue (2015 Remastered Version)
66.The Prisoner (2015 Remastered Version)
67.Running Free (2015 Remastered Version)
68.The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (2015 Remastered Version)
69.Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) [2015 Remastered Version]
70.Montsegur (2015 Remastered Version)
71.Die with Your Boots On (2015 Remastered Version)
72.Still Life (2015 Remastered Version)
73.The Duellists (2015 Remastered Version)
74.2 Minutes to Midnight (2015 Remastered Version)
75.Flash of the Blade (2015 Remastered Version)
76.Infinite Dreams (2015 Remastered Version)
77.The Prophecy (2015 Remastered Version)
78.Mother of Mercy (2015 Remastered Version)
79.Coming Home (2015 Remastered Version)
80.The Alchemist (2015 Remastered Version)
81.Isle of Avalon (2015 Remastered Version)
82.The Man Who Would Be King (2015 Remastered Version)
83.Lightning Strikes Twice (2015 Remastered Version)
84.The Educated Fool (2015 Remastered Version)
85.Stranger In a Strange Land (1998 Remaster)
86.Aces High - 1998 Remastered Version
87.Fear Of The Dark - 1998 Remastered Version
88.Wasted Years - 1998 Remastered Version
89.The Evil That Men Do - 1998 Remastered Version

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> Senjutsu
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> The Number of the Beast (Remastered)
> The Number of the Beast (1998 Remastered Version)
> The Complete Albums Collection 1980 - 1988
> The Book of Souls: The Live Chapter
> Somewhere in Time (1998 Remastered Version)
> Somewhere Back In Time
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> Run to the Hills (disc 1)
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> Rock in Rio (Live) [Remastered]
> Rock In Rio
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> Live At Donington, August 22nd 1992 (Remastered)
> Live At Donington
> Live At Donington 1992
> Live After Death (Live) [Remastered]
> Iron Maiden (Remastered)
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> High Vaultage, Volume 2
> High Vaultage, Volume 1
> Hallowed Be Thy Name (live)
> Flight 666: The Original Soundtrack
> Flight 666: The Original Soundtrack (Live)
> En Vivo! (Live At Estadio Nacional, Santiago)
> Eddie's Archive
> Death on the Road
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