Favorite Bruce Dickinson Iron Maiden Song – Readers Poll
On Aug. 7, 1958, the world welcomed the powerful voice of future Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson. This Readers Poll reflects upon his amazing contributions to Iron Maiden over the years and asks you to name your favorite song of his.
It all started for Dickinson back in 1981 as Iron Maiden was transitioning away from former frontman Paul Di'Anno and beginning with the relatively unknown Dickinson. But his anonymity didn't last long as tracks such as 'Run to the Hills,' 'Number of the Beast,' 'Flight of Icarus' and 'The Trooper' became metal staples.
The years that followed generated such favorites as 'Wasted Years,' 'The Evil That Men Do,' 'Aces High,' 'Can I Play With Madness' and 'Bring Your Daughter … to the Slaughter' among others.
Check out the various singles Iron Maiden have released during Dickinson's era and tell us which of the songs below is your favorite: