The Number Of The Beast
Discovering Iron Maiden is covered in detail in The Story of Rock and Roll. When I first heard them Paul Di’Anno was on vocals and, as you should know, it was only when Bruce Dickenson left Samson to join Maiden and they released The Number of the Beast in 1982 that things really took off for the band. The Di’Anno years are very special to me as I love finding bands before they become famous. I think Killers was one of the best albums I ever heard but most people only really got into Maiden after Bruce joined. In terms of video we’ll stick with Bruce for this round though.