NEW RELEASE - Fear of the Dark Live
What is in the box
Scale: 1/24 (75mm)
Material: High quality resin
Packaging: All pieces are safely packaged within a cardboard box in protective foam
- Figures/kits come unassembled and unpainted.
- Wooden plinth (base) is not included
Fear of the Dark is the ninth studio album by Iron Maiden that was released on 11 May 1992 and it was their third studio release to top the UK Albums Chart, and the last to feature Bruce Dickinson as the group's lead vocalist until his return in 1999. It was also the first album to be produced by bassist and band founder Steve Harris, and the last album to feature the work of producer Martin Birch, who retired after its release.
“Fear Of The Dark” also marks the first time in Maiden's career when the cover artwork is not by Derek Riggs. The 'new' Eddie was eventually supplied by Melvyn Grant. The band actually took the somewhat surprising step of inviting other artists as well as Eddie-originator Derek Riggs to come up with ideas for the “Fear Of The Dark” sleeve.
"Fear of the Dark (live)", according to Riggs shows Eddie as Steve Harris. The artwork was also used for the Raising Hell video.