"From Here to Eternity
" is the second single from the Iron Maiden
album Fear of the Dark
, released in 1992. The song is the fourth and most recent song in the ongoing saga of "Charlotte the Harlot
" (other songs include "Charlotte the Harlot," "22 Acacia Avenue," and "Hooks in You", although the status of the last song is a point of debate among fans since it doesn't actually mention "Charlotte", just "the keys to a view at number 22"). The songs tells the tale of Charlotte going on a fateful motorcycle ride with the Devil
This is the first studio single to not feature Eddie
in the artwork - second overall, after the live version of "Running Free
" - using a picture of the song's music video instead.
The single was released in several formats: a 7"
cut to shape picture disc with Budgie
's "I Can't See My Feelings" on the B-side, a 7" etched disc with "From Here to Eternity" and "Roll Over Vic Vella" on one side and an image etched into the other, a 12"
single with fold-out sleeve with "Roll Over Vic Vella" and a live version of "No Prayer For The Dying" as b-sides, and several cd-single
versions with all previously mentioned songs and a live version of "Public Enema Number One". It charted and peaked at #21 on the UK Singles Chart.
"Roll Over Vic Vella" is a cover of Chuck Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven
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