Voice type: Probably a Baritone but his voice changed a lot over the years and I still get confused between knowing the difference between tenor chest voice and baritone mixed voice.
B♭5: (Running Free) A5: (Women in Uniform, Killers Live in Reading, 1980, Running Free Live in Reading, 1980) G♯5: (Welfare Warriors Live in Detroit, 1986, Remember Tomorrow Live at the Music Machine, 1979, Remember Tomorrow Live in Detroit, 1986, Brothers of the Tomb) G5: (Running Free 1979 Demo, Killers Live in Stockholm, 1981, Warchild Live in Detroit, 1986, Impaler 1992 Rehearsal, Remember Tomorrow Live in Japan, 1990, F♯5: (Invasion Live at the Music Machine, 1979, Drawn Under, Wrathchild Live in Japan, 1990, F5: (Wrathchild Live in Stockholm, 1981, Sanctuary Live in Detroit, 1986) E5: (Remember Tomorrow Live in Lund, 1981, Remember Tomorrow 1992, Remember Tomorrow Live in 2012!!!!) E♭5: (The Living Dead) D5: (Wrathchild 2000)
Significant High Singing:
B4: (Break These Chains From Me) B♭4: (The Living Dead) G♯4: (Prowler Live in Germany, 1981) G4: (Phantom of the Opera Live in Lund, 1981)
Significant Low Notes:
C3: (Dream Keeper) E♭2: (The Forgotten Ones)
TheLongShot notewatched for me, all notes above are as he judged them to be.
Will try to improve the thread (include more low notes) later.
Tried to follow the rules as well as I could, sorry if I made any blatant mistakes.
Yeah, I'd second these suggestions. Highs are highs. As long as they're all noteworthy then they should all be in together. If some are screamed rather than sung then make them green. Voice type-wise, now I haven't listened to all that much Di'anno so don't hold me to it, but he sounded like a tenor in those early Maiden days and seemed to darken down as he got older, ending up as a baritone. I'm not sure quite when that change really set in though. Either way, a two-line voice type would need to be the best in-joke song reference ever made.