Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio
A souvenir from the 2001 Rock in Rio festival, this set proves that Iron Maiden not only are among the elite heavy-metal purveyors of all time but can still shred onstage with the best of them. The British sextet holds its audience of a quarter-million in thrall for two hours, opening with a pummeling “Wicker Man” and wending its way through nearly three decades of hard-rocking tales of the mythic and supernatural: “The Mercenary,” “The Trooper,” “The Evil That Men Do,” “The Number of the Beast,” and ending with the ubiquitous “Run for the Hills.” Concert footage was edited by bassist Steve Harris; obviously attuned to his band’s rhythms, he ensures the visuals are as in-your-face as the music. A second disc spends 50 minutes showing band members doing non-rock & roll things offstage, like vocalist Bruce Dickinson’s predilection for fencing and flying planes. A short “Day in the Life” featurette, brief group interviews, and the band’s photographer Ross Halfin’s photo diary round out the bonus disc.

01. The Wicker Man
02. Ghost of the Navigator
03. Brave New World
04. Wrathchild
05. Two Minutes to Midnight
06. Blood Brothers
07. Sign of the Cross
08. The Mercenary
09. The Trooper
10. Dream of Mirrors
11. The Clansman
12. The Evil That Men Do
13. Fear of the Dark
14. Iron Maiden
15. The Number of the Beast
16. Hallowed be Thy Name
17. Sanctuary
18. Run to the Hills

01. Candid interviews with Steve Harris, Bruce Dickinson, Janick Gers, Dave Murray, Nicko McBrain, and Adrian Smith
02. A Day in the Life
03. Ross Halfin photo diary: 56 exclusive photos from Iron Maiden’s South American tour with commentary from official photographer Ross Halfin


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Iron Maiden – Rock in Rio (NTSC) [2002 , DVD9+DVD5]

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