Ed Hunter

Ed Hunter is a greatest hits album and video game released in 1999 by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden and Synthetic Dimensions respectively. The game objective consists of following Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, through various levels depicting the band's past album covers. The accompanying CDs the group's most popular songs, as selected by fans on the band's official website.

The album was released alongside a tour of the same name, in which the band only played songs which were featured in the compilation. The tour itself was also notable for marking the return of former vocalist Bruce Dickinson and former guitarist Adrian Smith, who had left the band in 1993 and 1990 respectively.

Read more about Ed Hunter:  Overview, Levels, Track Listing, Chart Performance

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