Piece of Mind (2015 Remastered Edition) - Iron Maiden

Piece of Mind (2015 Remastered Edition)

Iron Maiden

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1983-05-16
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 1998 2015 Iron Maiden Holdings Ltd. under exclusive license to Sanctuary Records Group


Title Artist Time
Where Eagles Dare (2015 Remast Iron Maiden 6:12 USD 1.29
Revelations (2015 Remastered V Iron Maiden 6:49 USD 1.29
Flight of Icarus (2015 Remaste Iron Maiden 3:50 USD 1.29
Die with Your Boots On (2015 R Iron Maiden 5:27 USD 1.29
The Trooper (2015 Remastered V Iron Maiden 4:12 USD 1.29
Still Life (2015 Remastered Ve Iron Maiden 4:57 USD 1.29
Quest for Fire (2015 Remastere Iron Maiden 3:42 USD 1.29
Sun and Steel (2015 Remastered Iron Maiden 3:27 USD 1.29
To Tame a Land (2015 Remastere Iron Maiden 7:28 USD 1.29


  • Epic!

    By Scodo68
    One of maidens best from start to finish!!

    By Cully1972
    Must have.......get it now!!
  • Best Iron Maiden Album EVER

    By IronMaidenRocks
    Number of the Beast and Powerslave are awesome too, but this album is very underrated. Die With Your Boots On is a killer tune, Where Eagles Dare rocked hard, Flight of Icarus is a classic, Revelations was a good mix of rock and slow, and, of course, THE TROOPER!! IRON MAIDEN’S BEST SONG EVER
  • First Maiden/Metal album ever heard.

    By mdub069
    This is the albumn that did it for me. Metal forever! Not their best but enough to leave an impression on a 13 year old in 1984.
  • Great

    By Wowlqkdickcld
    This was the line up that changed everything
  • The Trooper is playing the live version...

    By dfdfan
    This is messed up. Fix please.
  • Fly as high as the sun

    By mmor98
    A true masterpiece of an album! There is simply nothing these guys can't do. Highly recommend Flight of Icarus. Up the Irons \m/
  • Masterpiece of Mind

    By sw71oc
    For some reason, the remastered version caused the old reviews to be deleted. So here's my review. The first five songs are absolute gold. Where Eagles Dare and The Trooper are two of my favorite Maiden tracks of all time. However, the album is way too frontloaded, and the last four tracks are mediocre. Still Life isn't bad, but Quest for Fire and Sun and Steel both have lame hooks by Iron Maiden standards. To Tame A Land is pretty good but doesn't measure up to Hallowed Be Thy Name, Powerslave, or Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Overall, this is my third favorite album behind Number of the Beast and Powerslave. The 2015 remastered version is definitely a lot better than the old version, and that goes for all the albums.

Videos from this artist