Listen to lullaby versions of Iron Maiden hits

Lullaby Renditions Of Iron Maiden album cover

Iron Maiden are the latest band to have their music reimagined in lullaby form.

Rockabye Baby has announced an album called Lullaby Renditions Of Iron Maiden, which includes a version of Run To The Hills and The Trooper.

The 12-track album also includes The Number Of The Beast, Aces High and Can I Play With Madness.

Rockabye Baby’s description of the album reads: “Haven’t slept in days, mom and dad? Don’t run for the hills. If you’ve only got two minutes to bedtime, spin these calming versions of Iron Maiden’s most crucial hits. No longer shall you fear the dark.”

Lullaby Renditions Of Iron Maiden will be released on November 4.

Previous artists to have their hits reimagined in lullaby form include Creedence Clearwater Revival, Blink-182, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen and Pink Floyd.

Iron Maiden have a European tour lined up for 2017, including a leg of UK arena dates.

Lullaby Renditions Of Iron Maiden tracklist

  1. 2 Minutes To Midnight
  2. The Number Of The Beast
  3. Can I Play With Madness
  4. Run To The Hills
  5. The Trooper
  6. Aces High
  7. Heaven Can Wait
  8. Flight Of Icarus
  9. Running Free
  10. Fear Of The Dark
  11. Hallowed Be Thy Name
  12. Wasted Years

Iron Maiden Book Of Souls European tour 2017

Apr 22: Antwerp Sportpaleis, Belgium
Apr 24: Oberhausen Konig Pilsener Arena, Germany
Apr 28: Frankfurt Festhalle, Germany
Apr 29: Frankfurt Festhalle, Germany
May 02: Hamburg Barclaycard Arena, Germany
May 04: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena, UK
May 06: Dublin 3arena, Ireland
May 08: Manchester Arena, UK
May 10: Sheffield Arena, UK
May 11: Leeds First Direct Arena, UK
May 14: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, UK
May 16: Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena, UK
May 17: Aberdeen AECC GE Oil & Gas Arena, UK
May 20: Liverpool Echo Arena, UK
May 21: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, UK
May 24: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
May 27: London O2 Arena, UK
May 28: London O2 Arena, UK

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