BRUCE DICKINSON: Rare Promotional CD Sold For Nearly $500
A "super-rare" promotional BRUCE DICKINSON CD released by Sanctuary Records, called "Catalogue Re-issues Sampler", has just been sold on eBay for $468.99.
Released on May 23, 2005 to celebrate and promote the two-disc reissues of each of Bruce's solo albums, the CD contains 10 full-length tracks from all five of Bruce's solo studio albums. This was never released in the shops and therefore is a really rare and collectable piece for Bruce and IRON MAIDEN fans and collectors. The inlay tracklisting sheet also contains two printing errors. The first is for Track 3, which should read "Tears of the Dragon", but instead reads "Tears of a Dragon". Secondly, Track 7 should read "Accident of Birth", but instead reads "Accident at Birth".
"Catalogue Re-issues Sampler" track listing:
01. Tattooed Millionaire
02. Dive! Dive! Dive!
03. Tears of a Dragon
04. Shoot All the Clowns
05. Back From the Edge
07. Accident at Birth
08. Man of Sorrows
09. Chemical Wedding
10. Killing Floor
The CD comes in the pictured slip case. It has just a couple of very light surface marks and plays perfectly.
For more information, visit the eBay auction page.
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