Vinyl LP repressing of this 1988 album from the British Metal marvels. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, the songs tell the tale of a young prophet who predicts the destruction of his village, and is ignored when he tries to warn the others. Eventually, the man goes mad and commits suicide. Employing synthesizers, Iron Maiden takes a two-fold risk: with the music and by doing a concept album. This formula might have spelled disaster for most bands, but not Iron Maiden. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son turned out to be one of the band’s strongest releases, debuting in the U.K. charts at Number One, and spawning four Top-10 singles (“Can I Play With Madness,” “The Evil That Men Do,” “The Prophecy,” and “Infinite Dreams”). The band’s popularity had reached an all-time high around this time, as Maiden headlined the 1988 Monsters of Rock concert at England’s Castle Donnington. During the single-day event, Iron Maiden played to a record 100,000 fans, headlining over such big names as Kiss, David Lee Roth, Guns N’ Roses, and Megadeth.