Title: The Soundhouse Tapes
Label: Rock Hard Records
Style: Heavy Metal
Cat: ROK 1
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1250 mb | MP3 size: 2895 mb | WMA size: 2375 mb
|ROK.1||Iron Maiden||The Soundhouse Tapes (7", EP)||Rock Hard Records||ROK.1||UK||1979|
|ROK.1||Iron Maiden||The Soundhouse Tapes (7", EP, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Rock Hard Records||ROK.1||UK||1982|
|ROK 1||Iron Maiden||The Soundhouse Tapes (Cass, Unofficial)||Rock Hard Records||ROK 1||Europe||Unknown|
|ROK.1||Iron Maiden||The Soundhouse Tapes (7", EP, Unofficial, Lig)||Rock Hard Records||ROK.1||Europe||Unknown|
|ROK 1||Iron Maiden||The Soundhouse Tapes (7", Ltd, Num, Promo, Unofficial, W/Lbl, Cle)||Rock Hard Records||ROK 1||Unknown|
Unofficial 12" release of the original 7" from 1979.
His color is dark yellow, so between yellow and orange, and splattered.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 12 ROK 01-A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 12 ROK 1-B1
1-Iron Maiden 2-Prowler 3-Running Free 4-Rythm of the Beast 5-Sanctuary 6-Transylvania 7-Drifter 8-Invasion Paul Di'Anno-Vocals Adrian Smith-Guitars, Soundhouse Tapes is the debut EP by Iron Maiden, and features the very first recordings by the band. Released on 9 November 1979, it features three songs taken from the demo tape recorded at Spaceward Studios on 3031 December 1978. The three tracks - Prowler, Invasion and Iron Maiden - appear in a rougher form than they would on the first Iron Maiden album and subsequent singles as they were all recorded in one session. Iron Maiden discography all. Running Free 1980. The Soundhouse Tapes. Iron Maiden. Type: Demo. According to some sources, Paul Cairns played on this demo. However, this is not acknowledged by the band. Recording information: Recorded on December 31, 1978 at Spaceward Studios, Cambridge. Iron Maiden - Soundhouse tapes and more. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Heavy Metal. Songs in album Iron Maiden - Soundhouse tapes and more. Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden Unavailable. Iron Maiden - Invasion Unavailable. Listen free to Iron Maiden The Soundhouse Tapes Iron Maiden, Invasion and more. 3 tracks 11:44. The Soundhouse Tapes is an EP by Iron Maiden. The Soundhouse Tapes are the very first recordings of Iron Maiden. Released on 9 November 1979, it features three songs taken from the demo tape Spaceward. The songs were recorded by the band on New Year's Eve 197879. The three tracks - Prowler, Invasion and Iron Maiden - appear in rougher form than they would later be heard on the first Iron Maiden album and subsequent singles. The fourth song from the dem. Iron Maiden in their infancy, standing outside The Bandwagon Soundhouse, a club frequently emceed by Neal Kay, . The demo was given to London-based DJ, Neal Kay, a man historically considered to be a main influencer of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. He played the demo at his club in Kingsbury, which lead to Prowler reaching 1 on the Heavy Metal Soundhouse Charts. The Outhouse Tapes EP is a simple, hastily-produced and little-marketed album, making it the perfect heavy metal symbol and a stunning reflection of the time in which it was created. Punk was dead. It is three of the four songs of a four song demo. The band was unsatisfied with the quality of the remaining song on the demo. Categories: EPs. Needs Soundhouse Tapes are the very first recordings of Iron Maiden. This record features three of the original four songs from the Spaceward demo tape which was recorded in one 24-hour session on 31st December 1978. The fourth song of the set, Strange World, was not included on The Soundhouse Tapes because the band was a bit unhappy with its recording quality. Consequently, the Spaceward version of Strange World was not released until years later for Best Of The Beast compilation. Because only 5,000 copies of The Soundhouse Tapes were made, they have become the Holy Grail for Iron Maiden. Such is the case for Iron Maiden's legendary Soundhouse Tapes, which became one of the linchpins of the then-emerging New Wave of British Heavy Metal upon its release in November 1979. Recorded nearly a year earlier and named after one of the group's regular early haunts, the rough recordings gave sympathetic DJs clamoring for Iron Maiden material something to spin while the band still waited for a well-deserved record deal to materialize. Complete your Iron Maiden collection