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Iron Maiden: Visions Of The Beast [DVD]


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  • Actors: Iron Maiden
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: EMI Music
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Jun. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009AHNK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,324 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Track Listing:

Disc 1:

  • 1. Women In Uniform
  • 2. Wrathchild (Live At The Rainbow)
  • 3. Run To The Hills
  • 4. The Number Of The Beast
  • 5. Flight Of Icarus
  • 6. The Trooper (Promo Version)
  • 7. 2 Minutes To Midnight
  • 8. Aces High
  • 9. Wasted Years
  • 10. Stranger In A Strange Land
  • 11. Can I Play With Madness
  • 12. The Evil That Men Do
  • 13. The Clairvoyant (Donington '88)
  • 14. Infinite Dreams (Live)
  • 15. Holy Smoke
  • 16. Tailgunner
  • 17. Aces High (Camp Chaos Version)
  • 18. The Number Of The Beast (Camp Chaos Version)
  • 19. Futureal (Football Version)
  • 20. Fear Of The Dark (Rock In Rio)

Disc 2:

  • 21. Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter
  • 22. Be Quick Or Be Dead
  • 23. From Here To Eternity
  • 24. Wasting Love
  • 25. Fear Of The Dark (Donington '92)
  • 26. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Donington '92)
  • 27. Man On The Edge
  • 28. Afraid To Shoot Strangers
  • 29. Lord Of The Flies
  • 30. Virus
  • 31. The Angel And The Gambler
  • 32. Futureal
  • 33. The Wicker Man
  • 34. Out Of The Silent Planet
  • 35. Brave New World (Rock In Rio)
  • 36. The Wicker Man (Camp Chaos Version)
  • 37. Flight Of Icarus (Camp Chaos Version)
  • 38. Run To The Hills (Camp Chaos Version)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jane Aland VINE VOICE on 29 Sept. 2005
Format: DVD
With 31 videos spanning Iron Maiden's entire history, how can you go wrong? Inevitably the quality dips a little after the initial batch from Maiden's classic '80's albums, but it's still a great visual record of the bands history. Admittedly most of the promotional videos are based around simple band performance footage, but the quality of the songs is so high that overly flashy video's just aren't required. Probably the set's nadir is the woeful Virus, which as well as being an uninspiring song is almost unwatchable, as the video consists of nothing more than constant violent focus pulls, but elsewhere the much derided Blaze Bailey era holds up reasonably well, with even the dull Quo-rocking of The Angel and the Gambler enlivened by an energetic video. Extras come in the form of a number of video's redone with new animated inserts, and these work surprisingly well, especially for Run to the Hills and the Number of the Beast, where they replace the comedy material of the original videos with something more suitably dramatic. One aspect of this collection that may fade over time is the fact that almost a quarter of the songs are actual live performances that may well end up being released separately elsewhere (Rock in Rio has already been released separately - how long before Donnington etc?), but the sheer comprehensive nature of this collection makes it an essential purchase for all Maiden fans.
NB: Please note that the UK release has had the video for The Trooper censored for animal cruelty, (the inserts come from an old film where wires were used to trip horses to create stunt falls), so depending on your views you may wish to import the uncut US release.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Katya on 16 July 2003
Format: DVD
I was never old enough to go and see the great Iron Maiden during their metalling heyday in the 1980's, but this DVD makes up for a lost childhood dream!! Starting with Women In Uniform and going right through to a blistering performance Of Brave New World at Rock In Rio in 2001, this is twenty-odd years of awesome performances by THE heavy metal band all crammed into just over two hours.
Bruce Dickinson's vocals reverbrate through the tv speakers as only he could do it, and the entire band is on top form as the years roll by. All this AND six Camp Chaos animated videos of six of the tracks...sorry, I've gotta go watch it again!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kostas Bonjovi on 25 Jun. 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Of course its a great compilation, as many above wrote, but i gave only 4 stars because of the common problem of this kind of compilations on dvd, with many songs compressed with lower quality of picture, to contain them in the disk. However, if you don't own any other kind of Maiden video collection, then it's a must!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ironDylis on 16 Jun. 2003
Format: DVD
Wow! This DVD is the musical equivalent of sucking champagne from a leper's unwashed shoe. I have never before seen such outstanding, awe inspiring content coupled with excruciating tear inducing DVD menu based awfulness. The cutting edge computer graphics on this DVD are almost good enough to rival The Lawnmower man for technical wizardry. Sorry. Who cares about the presentation, just sit back and hit play for hours of life giving ultra-Maiden in all their guises from the early Di'Anno through Dickinson into that unfortunate bit and back to Dickinson again, YES! If you love Maiden you'll forgive the presentation and realise that this DVD is worth every penny and has to be given the following rating :
Content : 10/5
Presentation : 1/5
Overall : 5 stars
UP THE IRONS!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 20 April 2007
Format: DVD
here you have it then,all of maidens videos and a few extra treats,from their humble beginnings up until 2000s brave new world album when bruce returned and all that is in between,from the era when paul di'anno was vocalist,to bruce,to blaze and back to bruce again,and as you would expect this is essential,simple as that in the end.

The first track featured is 'women in uniform' which is as cheesy as you can imagine,a pretty average rock n roll song that certainly defines the era that it was created in,but for that novelty value there is still credit to be gained,all the classics follow and its hard to stop this double disc dvd once it gets rolling,for me my favourite video is 'wicker man'which is a great homage to the film of the same name and it was the first video launched when bruce returned to the band and it is just electric,watch the bands career unfold in front of your eyes here from the leotards that they used to wear in the mid 80s to the jeans and leathers of the years thereafter,watch bruce look so cheesy and have a laugh at him bobbing away in the video to 'flight of icarus' and view some of the poor eddie the monster costumes and watch the crowds grow wilder as each live video unfolds and view the mullets gently move in the soaring wind but most of all know this ,maiden are maiden and they are the very meaning of the word metal,respect where respect is due and this dvd doesnt fail on any levels.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "darksaber2k" on 3 Jun. 2003
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and the this DVD is packed with goodness! For a while now, Maiden fans have asked for a compilation of all their music videos, and now they have it. This DVD is packed with videos from 'Women In Uniform' to their headlining performance at Rock In Rio. None of the videos disappoint and can grip to the end of the DVDs. The inclusion of extras such as the Camp Chaos animated videos are a joy to watch. All in all, the difinitive rock DVD, and must have for die-hard and casual Maiden fans! Two thumbs way up high!
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