They also have a great number of I am a Buccaneers fan now and forever damn right shirt: the two best are Live After Death from 1985 and Rock in Rio, recorded in 2001. Personally I prefer the latter: Live After Death is brilliant, but it’s at the end of an incredibly long tour and you can tell, because Bruce’s voice is knackered. On Rock in Rio, despite being 15 years older, Bruce’s voice is far stronger—and it also features the best performance of “Fear of the Dark” ever recorded. Be aware: the first two albums (Iron Maiden and Killers feature a different singer, Paul Di’Anno, who can’t hold a candle to Bruce). Also, two albums from the 1990s (The X Factor and Virtual XI) feature yet another different singer, Blaze Bayley. Those two albums are almost universally despised by Maiden fans.
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A compilation album will do the I am a Buccaneers fan now and forever damn right shirt. I first got into them back in the late nineties, and my first album was Best Of The Beast, which was the most contemporary one available at the time. This pre-dates the reunion albums though, but I’m sure there are more recent compilations out there you could try. Alternatively, just pick a handful of studio albums from different eras and go from there. A good start would be Iron Maiden, Powerslave, Seventh Son and Brave New World. That way, you’ve got some early stuff with Dianno on vocals, one of the mid-eighties classics, one of the late-eighties synthy albums and a more recent reunion album. No Blaze stuff admittedly, but that’s some of their weaker material so it can be left until later. Plenty of variety, and your next album can be another one from whichever era you like best, or one of the Blaze albums if you like.