Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson talked about the band’s most underrated track and revealed the song that they forgot to mix the guitar riffs during one of his An Evening With Bruce Dickinson events.

Iron Maiden released their third studio album entitled ‘The Number of the Beast’ on March 22, 1982, and it’s the band’s first album that included Dickinson as the vocalist. His performance was appreciated a lot so it can be said that it was a very important beginning for Dickinson.

Bruce Dickinson’s An Evening With Bruce Dickinson started on January 17, 2022, in Florida, and will end on March 30, 2022, in Ontario. As a part of his Tampa appearance, on January 20, the singer answered some of his fans’ questions about the Iron Maiden classics from the album and shared some details about it.

The Iron Maiden frontman named ‘Total Eclipse’ as the most underrated song of the band. Then, he unveiled that the band members loved ‘Gangland’ so much that they couldn’t put it on the B-Side. However, he admitted that they actually forgot to mix the guitar solos in the song.

In Dickinson’s words, he said:

“I’m a really big fan of ‘Total Eclipse.’ We said ‘That sound’s great!’ ‘Gangland’ is so good that we can’t do it as the b side. ‘Gangland’ went on the album, and we actually forgot to mix the guitar solos. There’s a bit in there at the 2m24s mark, and there’s no guitar solo. To this day, I think we forgot!”

You can listen to the songs below.