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Iron Maiden formed in London at the end of the ’70s and became one of heavy metal’s reigning bands. The group’s original singer, Paul Di’anno, was replaced by Bruce Dickinson in 1982, just in time for their breakthrough album ‘The Number of the Beast.’ Over the years, members have come and gone: Dickinson was replaced by Blaze Bayley in 1993, until his return in 1999; original guitarist Adrian Smith left for a while. Through it all, bassist Steve Harris has anchored the band through ups and downs. In addition to possessing one of the most assault catalogs of metal in the history of music, Iron Maiden have one of rock’s greatest mascots in Eddie.

Four Members of Iron Maiden’s 1977 Lineup Perform Together Again

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As any Fleetwood Mac fan will tell you, it's common for members of a band's classic lineup to get back together years later and run through their biggest hits.

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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Undergoing Cancer Treatment

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Neil Lupin, Getty Images

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson has spent the early weeks of 2015 undergoing treatment for a cancerous tumor.

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16 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Welcome Back Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith

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Karl Walter, Getty Images

The heavy metal community was virtually celebrating in the streets on Feb. 10, 1999, when it learned that British legends Iron Maiden would be welcoming fan-favored vocalist Bruce Dickinson back into the fold after a six-year absence, and guitarist Adrian Smith after a decade.

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Iron Maiden’s Trooper Beer Now Being Sold in Cans

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Robinsons Brewery

Millions of people have purchased Iron Maiden's Trooper ale in bottles and on tap -- and now it'll also be available in cans.

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Iron Maiden Join Fight Against Ticket Scalpers

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Karl Walter, Getty Images

Iron Maiden are among the 80 entertainers who've signed an open letter asking the U.K. to crack down on ticket scalpers, just months after the Foo Fighters began their own efforts at thwarting secondary sellers.

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Iron Maiden Team With Onkyo for ‘Maiden Audio’ Headphones

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Karl Walter, Getty Images

If Dr. Dre can have his own set of headphones, why not Iron Maiden?

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35 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Replace Doug Sampson With Clive Burr

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Doug Sampson parted ways with the fledgling metal band in December 1979, as they were about to release their first album.

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Iron Maiden Tease 2015 Plans With Fan Club Christmas Card

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When the members of Iron Maiden's fan club opened this year's Christmas card from the band, they may have received an early hint of what Maiden have in store for 2015.

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Iron Maiden Want to Make ‘The Number of the Beast’ Britain’s No. 1 Song This Christmas

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Who wants some classic Iron Maiden for Christmas?

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Iron Maiden Lineup Changes: A Complete Guide

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Hulton Archive/George De Sota/George De Sota/Hulton Archive/George De Sota ~ Getty Images

Even more so than most bands, the course of Iron Maiden’s career has been affected and defined by a series of lineup changes — each of them challenging yet always overcome by their stalwart founder and leader Steve Harris. But perhaps best of all for fans interested in all things Maiden is how well these p

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