Bruce Dickinson insists Iron Maiden had no time to celebrate when they landed their first number one UK album - because bandmembers were frantically trying to jump-start their tour bus. The British rockers wished they could have celebrated the success of their 1982 album THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST, but they were more interested in the unglamorous task of trying to get their transport working. DICkinson says, "When the album went to number one it was Sunday morning and we were in some dodgy place in Sweden, and we had to jump start the tour bus by shoving it down the hill. "Suddenly someone came out with the message that we were number one, and we thought, 'Yes, but that doesn't actually start the coach, does it?' "We never really had the chance to let it go to our heads."