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MessageSujet: IRON MAIDEN Maiden England ‘88   Mar 12 Fév - 21:26

UPDATED: IRON MAIDEN To Release Maiden England '88 In March; Complete Details Revealed, Trailer Available




EMI have announced the highly anticipated release of the Double Disc
DVD Maiden England ‘88 on March 25th. Now available for the very first
time on DVD, this live show was filmed across two sold-out nights at
Birmingham N.E.C Arena, UK in November 1988 during the band’s Seventh
Son Of A Seventh Son World Tour. Disc one contains the concert which has
been specially upgraded and extended from the existing 1989 longform
VHS release and now includes three previously unreleased encores:
'Running Free', 'Run To The Hills' and 'Sanctuary' thereby completing
the full concert with a total running time of 110 minutes . Maiden’s own
Film Producer and Director Andy Matthews went back to the 1988 edit and
painstakingly remastered each shot digitally; colour correcting and
grading to give the image the best possible look from that time. As well
as the VHS stereo sound track by Martin Birch, the band’s producer
between 1981 and 1993, the DVD also includes a brand new 5.1 audio
surround mix by Maiden’s current producer Kevin Shirley. The concert was
meticulously directed and edited by bass player and founder member
Steve Harris, so as to capture the performance from a fans-eye view of
the stage, focusing fully on the music, the elaborate stage production
and the lighting. Add into the mix an electrifying set list and of
course Eddie, and Maiden England now offers a snapshot of a bygone era
in which the band, as they continue to do today, devote their all in
delivering the ultimate live experience for their fans.





Disc two is an extensive bonus disc featuring an exclusive
documentary charting Part 3 in the History of Iron Maiden. This
40-minute film comprises recent interviews with the five band members
and manager, Rod Smallwood. Picking up the story in the aftermath of the
‘84/85 World Slavery tour, this interesting and insightful documentary
sees the band speak candidly about their memories of an exciting and
occasionally turbulent period from which would emerge the albums
Somewhere In Time and Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son. As the eighties
began to draw to a close, so did another chapter in Maiden’s compelling
history.


Other special extras on the bonus disc include Twelve Wasted Years.
First released as a longform VHS in 1987 and available for the first
time on DVD, this documentary runs for 90 minutes and includes archive
interviews and dynamic live footage from the band’s beginnings in the
now legendary Ruskin Arms pub, via London’s Marquee club and three World
Tours. Five promo videos for the singles from the aforementioned albums
are also featured and have been carefully restored and improved upon
from the original films using the very latest software with the audio
remastered in digital stereo.


Manager Rod Smallwood comments “We've been busy upgrading this
concert footage for a long time, with our in-house Film Producer and
Director Andy Matthews working tirelessly to weave his magic yet again!.
The 1989 VHS video has been largely unavailable for many years and we
know how eagerly our fans have been awaiting the new version so we
wanted to give it the best possible treatment. The current Maiden
England World Tour which continues later this year revisits much of the
set list and production from the initial 1989 VHS release so it will be
interesting to compare just how much has changed in terms of our 2013
live show production, especially with all the advances in modern
technology and the improvements we've been able to make to the set.”





The Maiden England ‘88 concert soundtrack will also be made
available on 2CD album, Limited Edition double vinyl picture disc and
Digital Download formats. The audio had previously only ever been
available before on CD as part of EMI’s 1994 Sound And Vision Series
packaged alongside the VHS, but with two tracks fewer than the video
contained. Can I Play With Madness and Hallowed Be Thy Name were not
featured as there was no space on the 1CD disc. Now with the three
encores also included the double disc offers a total of five tracks
previously unavailable on CD making this the first full and complete
audio recording release of this historic tour.


Check out the Maiden England '88 trailer below:

Iron Maiden - Maiden England '88 Trailer



Maiden England Disc One:

'Moonchild'

'The Evil That Men Do'

'The Prisoner'

'Still Life'

'Die with Your Boots On'

'Infinite Dreams'

'Killers'

'Can I Play with Madness'

'Heaven Can Wait'

'Wasted Years'

'The Clairvoyant'

'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son'

'The Number of the Beast'

'Hallowed Be Thy Name'

'Iron Maiden'

'Run To The Hills
'*

'Running Free'*

'Sanctuary'*


* Previously unreleased


Disc Two: The History Of Iron Maiden Part 3

The History Of Iron Maiden - Part 3

12 Wasted Years

'Wasted Years' Promo Video

'Stranger In A Strange Land' Promo Video

'Can I Play With Madness' Promo Video

'The Evil That Men Do' Promo Video

'The Clairvoyant' Promo Video
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MessageSujet: Re: IRON MAIDEN Maiden England ‘88   Jeu 14 Fév - 20:31

MAIDEN ENGLAND '88 CONCERT TO BE RELEASED ON DVD:
EMI are proud to announce the highly anticipated release of the Double Iron Maiden DVD Maiden England '88
on 25 March. Now available for the very first time on DVD, this live
show was filmed across two sold-out nights at Birmingham N.E.C Arena, UK
in November 1988 during the band's Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son World Tour.
Disc one contains the concert which has been specially upgraded and
extended from the existing 1989 longform VHS release and now includes
three previously unreleased encores: Running Free, Run To The Hills and
Sanctuary thereby completing the full concert with a total running time
of 110 minutes . Maiden's own Film Producer and Director Andy Matthews
went back to the 1988 edit and painstakingly remastered each shot
digitally; colour correcting and grading to give the image the best
possible look from that time. As well as the VHS stereo sound track by
Martin Birch, the band's producer between 1981 and 1993, the DVD also
includes a brand new 5.1 audio surround mix by Maiden's current producer
Kevin Shirley. The concert was meticulously directed and edited by bass
player and founder member Steve Harris, so as to capture the
performance from a fans-eye view of the stage, focusing fully on the
music, the elaborate stage production and the lighting. Add into the
mix an electrifying set list and of course Eddie, and Maiden England
now offers a snapshot of a bygone era in which the band, as they
continue to do today, devote their all in delivering the ultimate live
experience for their fans.
Disc two is an extensive bonus disc featuring an exclusive documentary
charting Part 3 in the History of Iron Maiden. This 40-minute film
comprises recent interviews with the five band members and manager, Rod
Smallwood. Picking up the story in the aftermath of the '84/85 World
Slavery tour, this interesting and insightful documentary sees the band
speak candidly about their memories of an exciting and occasionally
turbulent period from which would emerge the albums Somewhere In Time
and Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son. As the Eighties began to draw to a
close, so did another chapter in Maiden's compelling history.
Other special extras on the bonus disc include Twelve Wasted Years.
First released as a longform VHS in 1987 and available for the first
time on DVD, this documentary runs for 90 minutes and includes archive
interviews and dynamic live footage from the band's beginnings in the
now legendary Ruskin Arms pub, via London's Marquee club and three World
Tours. Five promo videos for the singles from the aforementioned albums
are also featured and have been carefully restored and improved upon
from the original films using the very latest software with the audio
remastered in digital stereo.

Manager Rod Smallwood comments �We've been busy upgrading this
concert footage for a long time, with our in-house Film Producer and
Director Andy Matthews working tirelessly to weave his magic yet again!.
The 1989 VHS video has been largely unavailable for many years and we
know how eagerly our fans have been awaiting the new version so we
wanted to give it the best possible treatment. The current Maiden
England World Tour which continues later this year revisits much of the
set list and production from the initial 1989 VHS release so it will be
interesting to compare just how much has changed in terms of our 2013
live show production, especially with all the advances in modern
technology and the improvements we've been able to make to the set�
.
The Maiden England '88 concert soundtrack will also be made available on
2CD album, Limited Edition double vinyl picture disc and Digital
Download formats. The audio had previously only ever been available
before on CD as part of EMI's 1994 Sound And Vision Series packaged
alongside the VHS, but with two tracks fewer than the video contained.
Can I Play With Madness and Hallowed Be Thy Name were not featured as
there was no space on the 1CD disc. Now with the three encores also
included the double disc offers a total of 5 tracks previously
unavailable on CD making this the first full and complete audio
recording release of this historic tour.

Disc One � Maiden England '88 Set List: Moonchild,
The Evil That Men Do, The Prisoner, Still Life, Die With Your Boots
On, Infinite Dreams, Killers, Can I Play With Madness, Heaven Can
Wait, Wasted Years, The Clairvoyant, Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son,
The Number Of The Beast, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Iron Maiden, Run To
The Hills*, Running Free*, Sanctuary* /
*previously unreleased.
Disc Two � The History Of Iron Maiden Part 3
The History Of Iron Maiden - Part 3 - 12 Wasted Years, Wasted Years
promo video, Stranger In A Strange Land promo video, Can I Play With
Madnes
s promo video, The Evil That Men Do promo video, The Clairvoyant
promo video.
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