|Text on Button||IRON MAIDEN RUN THE HIL|
Illustration that is the album cover for run for the hills
|Curl Text||copyright 1983 IRON MAIDEN HOLDING LTD|
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The British heavy metal band Iron Maiden released their third album, The Number of the Beast, in 1982. The album's first single, "Run to the Hills," explored the conflict between Native American tribes and European settlers. It continues to be one of the band's most popular songs, ranking fourteenth on VH1's list of the Greatest Hard Rock Songs. The illustrated cover for the single, featured on this button, showcases British artist Derek Rigg's depiction of the band's well-known mascot Eddie using a tomahawk to battle Satan.