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Item no. 255417
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Heavy Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 2-DVD
Product topic Bands
Run Time 256
Band Iron Maiden
Product type DVD
Actors Iron Maiden
Release date 3/22/13
The late Christmas gift for all Iron Maiden fans: „Maiden England '88“. Available in different formats, as DVD with an extremely lot of bonus material as well as completely remastered (5.1. Dolby and 5.1 DTS), or as CD or as fancy (and extremely) limited double picture vinyl.
CD 1
1. Moonchild (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 2. The Evil That Men Do (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 3. The Prisoner (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 4. Still Life (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 5. Die With Your Boots On (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 6. Infinite Dreams (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 7. Killers (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 8. Can I Play With Madness (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 9. Heaven Can Wait (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 10. Wasted Years (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 11. The Clairvoyant (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 12. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 13. The Number of the Beast (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 14. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 15. Iron Maiden (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster) 16. Run to the Hills (Stereo) 17. Running Free (Stereo) 18. Sanctuary (Stereo) 19. Moonchild (5.1 Dolby) 20. The Evil That Men Do (5.1 Dolby) 21. The Prisoner (5.1 Dolby) 22. Still Life (5.1 Dolby) 23. Die With Your Boots On (5.1 Dolby) 24. Infinite Dreams (5.1 Dolby) 25. Killers (5.1 Dolby) 26. Can I Play With Madness (5.1 Dolby) 27. Heaven Can Wait (5.1 Dolby) 28. Wasted Years (5.1 Dolby) 29. The Clairvoyant (5.1 Dolby) 30. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (5.1 Dolby) 31. The Number of the Beast (5.1 Dolby) 32. Hallowed Be Thy Name (5.1 Dolby) 33. Iron Maiden (5.1 Dolby) 34. Run to the Hills (5.1 Dolby) 35. Running Free (5.1 Dolby) 36. Sanctuary (5.1 Dolby) 37. Moonchild (5.1 DTS) 38. The Evil That Men Do (5.1 DTS) 39. The Prisoner (5.1 DTS) 40. Still Life (5.1 DTS) 41. Die With Your Boots On (5.1 DTS) 42. Infinite Dreams (5.1 DTS) 43. Killers (5.1 DTS) 44. Can I Play With Madness (5.1 DTS) 45. Heaven Can Wait (5.1 DTS) 46. Wasted Years (5.1 DTS) 47. The Clairvoyant (5.1 DTS) 48. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (5.1 DTS) 49. The Number of the Beast (5.1 DTS) 50. Hallowed Be Thy Name (5.1 DTS) 51. Iron Maiden (5.1 DTS) 52. Run to the Hills (5.1 DTS) 53. Running Free (5.1 DTS) 54. Sanctuary (5.1 DTS)
CD 2
1. History of Iron Maiden Part 3 1986-1988 2. 12 Wasted Years Documentary (2012 - Remaster) 3. Wasted Years (Promo Video) (2012 - Remaster) 4. Stranger in a Strange Land (Promo Video) (2012 - Remaster) 5. Can I Play With Madness (Promo Video) (2012 - Remaster) 6. The Evil That Men Do (Promo Video) (2012 - Remaster) 7. The Clairvoyant (Promo Video) (2012 - Remaster)
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Jamie C.

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Posted on: November 21, 2015

Not just a nostalgia fest..

When I saw that Maiden we're bringing out a DVD and album of concerts recorded 20 years plus ago I was more than a little sceptical. "Easy money" I thought! After a little while I became curious to have a look, especially as I was at one of the concerts on the tour (Hammersmith, not the NEC concert on this DVD). Anyone who has been a Maiden fan since the start would probably share the opinion that the first 8 albums were the "peak" Maiden period (sorry Janick!) and they're all represented here, although the concert does lean heavily towards the Seventh Son album, which presumably is why the Seventh Son track is here as the more longwinded track as opposed to Rime of the Ancient Mariner. The concert is well recorded, the sound is great considering its 25 years plus old, and the band are on fine form. With this disc you also get the original videos for the five singles from Somewhere in Time and Seventh Son, plus the 10 Wasted Years history to now documentary, which is far better than you may think. It's also revealing how different the landscape was in 1988 compared to now (no mobile phones, some Berlin Wall). Definitely worth your time and investment, especially for newer fans.

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