Quiz about Iron Maiden Album Match
Quiz about Iron Maiden Album Match

Iron Maiden Album Match Trivia Quiz

Can you work out which one of these Iron Maiden songs come from which album?

A matching quiz by Dizart. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Quiz #
Dec 03 21
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1. El Dorado  
Fear of the Dark
2. The Trooper  
Piece of Mind
3. Running Free  
4. 2 Minutes to Midnight  
Iron Maiden
5. Be Quick or Be Dead  
Brave New World
6. Run to the Hills  
The Final Frontier
7. Bring Your Daughter...to the Slaughter  
Dance of Death
8. The Clairvoyant  
No Prayer for the Dying
9. Journeyman  
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
10. The Wicker Man  
The Number of the Beast

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. El Dorado

Answer: The Final Frontier

"The Final Frontier", released in 2010, was Iron Maiden's fifteenth studio album, and topped the charts in 28 countries, including the UK and USA. "El Dorado" was released as a free download single, and has lyrics pertaining to the 2007 global financial crisis.
2. The Trooper

Answer: Piece of Mind

The fourth studio album by Iron Maiden, "Piece of Mind" was released in 1983, reaching number three in the UK. "The Trooper" was released as a single, reaching number 12 in Britain.
3. Running Free

Answer: Iron Maiden

Released in 1980, "Iron Maiden" was the band's debut album, and one of only two to feature Paul Di'Anno on vocals, and the only one with Dennis Stratton on guitar. The album reached number four in the UK despite the band being relatively unknown at the time. "Running Free" was the band's debut single and made a respectable number 34 on the UK singles chart.
4. 2 Minutes to Midnight

Answer: Powerslave

The 1984 album "Powerslave", Iron Maiden's fifth studio outing, made it to number two on the UK album chart. "2 Minutes to Midnight", a song about nuclear war, was released as a single and reached number 11 in the UK and 25 in the USA.
5. Be Quick or Be Dead

Answer: Fear of the Dark

"Fear of the Dark", released in 1992, was the last Iron Maiden album to feature Bruce Dickinson on vocals until he returned on "Brave New World" in 2000. This was the third studio album by the band to top the UK albums chart. "Be Quick or be Dead", the opening track on the album, was released as a single, reaching number two in the UK.
6. Run to the Hills

Answer: The Number of the Beast

Released in 1982, "The Number of the Beast" was the first Iron Maiden album to feature Bruce Dickinson on vocals, and their first to reach number one in the UK. "Run to the Hills" gave them their first UK top ten single, reaching number seven, and it became a perennial concert favourite.
7. Bring Your Daughter...to the Slaughter

Answer: No Prayer for the Dying

The eighth Iron Maiden studio album, released in 1990, "No Prayer for the Dying" reached number two in the UK. It was the first to feature Janick Gers on guitar, in place of Adrian Smith, who would later return. "Bring Your Daughter ...to the Slaughter" was released as a single, and went all the way to number one in Britain.
8. The Clairvoyant

Answer: Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Released in 1988, "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" was Iron Maiden's first attempt at a concept album. The album, which was a UK number one, tells the story of a prophet who unsuccessfully tries to warn a village of an impending holocaust. "The Clairvoyant" was released as a single, reaching number six in Britain.
9. Journeyman

Answer: Dance of Death

The 2003 album "Dance of Death" gave Iron Maiden their second US number one, whilst in the UK it reached number two. "Journeyman" was the band's first fully acoustic track.
10. The Wicker Man

Answer: Brave New World

The 2000 album "Brave New World" saw Bruce Dickinson return as lead vocalist after a seven year absence. It only reached number seven in the UK, but went all the way to number seven in the USA, their first album to do so. "The Wicker Man" was the opening track on the album and was inspired by a cult British horror film with the same title. Released as a single, it reached number nine in the UK.
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