Who Sang The Duellists? Iron Maiden

Iron Maiden Powerslave cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Stephen Percy Harris
release date: 1984-9-3
genres: Rock
styles: Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
length: 6:08
producer: Martin Birch
vocal: Bruce Dickinson
mixer: Martin Birch
engineer: Martin Birch
guitar family: Dave Murray and Adrian Smith
bass: Steve Harris
assistant engineer: Frank Gibson and Bruce Buchalter
drums (drum set): Nicko McBrain
He threw down a glove you made the mistake
Of picking it up now you're gone
The choosing of guns or fighting with swords
The choice of weapons is done
He'll tear you apart as soon as you start
You know you don't have a chance.

Oh, oh, fight for the honor
Fight for the splendor
Fight for the pleasure
Oh, oh, fight for the honor
Fight for the splendor
Fight for your life!

Ready to start the duel begins the best man wins in the end.
A lunge and a feint, a parry too late
A cut to the chest and you're down
Seeing the stain then feeling the pain
Feeling the sweat on your brow.


The fighting resumes, a silence looms the swordsmen move 'gainst each
A cut and a thrust, a parry, a blow, a stab to the heart and you're down
The Angel of Death hears your last breath
Meanwhile the Reaper looks on.

Oh, oh, fought the honor
Fought for the splendor
Fought for the pleasure
Oh, oh fought for the honor
Fought for the splendor
Fought to the death

CD 1
  • 1 Aces High
  • 2 2 Minutes to Midnight
  • 3 Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)
  • 4 Flash of the Blade
  • 5 The Duellists
  • 6 Back in the Village
  • 7 Powerslave
  • 8 Rime of the Ancient Mariner

  • Album Information
    label: EMI
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 077774604529
    script: Latin