The second single of the Seventh son of a seventh son, the seventeenth single in Iron Maiden’s existence. It takes its title from the poetic words Shakespeare put in Marcus Antonius mouth after the murder of Caesar: The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones.
I paid the equivalent of two euro back in 1995. I knew immediately how special it was. These do not reach the market that often. Fans that have them usually don’t sell. This was a good investment, but I’m not selling as well.