Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Generic
Vinyl and labels clean. Pic sleeve not included.
B2. I've Got The Fire
Iron Maiden special paper label. Gradiated black to gray, with 'Eddie' on the right and a lamppost in the centre. Text is in white, and red. The initial release was censored due to the portrayal of Margaret Thatcher, being knifed by 'Eddie'. Subsequent issues had her eyes blacked-out. Other label notes: 'Not from the album 'Iron Maiden' EMC 3330 & Cassette', 'Made In Gt Britain', [A, B1 ' Sanctuary Music ' [B2 ' Montunes Music '. Other sleeve notes: 'Drifter and I've Got Fire were recorded live at London's Marquee Club on April 3, 1980. Thanks to the Iron Army for vocal support.', and 'Iron Maiden's gonna get ya, no matter wherever...whoever...you are'. ℗ 1980 Original sound recording made by EMI Records Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout 'EMI 5065 A-1', '2'
Matrix / Runout 'EMI 5065 B-2', '1', '0'
Matrix / Runout EMI 5065 A-1 (1 1)
Matrix / Runout EMI 5065 B-2 ( ) ••
Matrix / Runout EMI 5065A
Matrix / Runout EMI 5065B
Phonographic Copyright (p) EMI Records
Recorded At Marquee Club