"Piece Of Mind" is the fourth studio album by the British Heavy Metal band Iron Maiden. It was released on 16th May 1983 via EMI and recorded at the Compass Point Studios in Nassau in the Bahamas under the direction of Martin Birch. "Piece Of Mind" is the first album which was not named after a song title. Originally, the title should have been "Food For Thought", now the album's name is an English play on words referring to the term "peace of mind".
"Piece Of Mind" reached place no. 3 in the British charts and place 70 in the US Billboard Charts. It is considered as one of the best albums by Iron Maiden and was selected the best Metal LP of all times in the Kerrang! magazine.