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En Vivo! [Steelbook Edition] [DVD] 
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Live performance from the legendary British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Together since 1975, the band have produced 15 studio albums over the course of their career, making them one of the most successful and influential metal bands of all time. This performance captures them live in Santiago, Chile, during their 2011 'Final Frontier World Tour' and sees them perform such classic tracks as 'The Number of the Beast' and 'Running Free'. Also included is 'Behind the Beast', a documentary which takes a look behind the scenes of the tour and follows the band on the road.
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The concert opens with a heart pounding build up through the first half of Satellite 15... The Final Frontier, showing the band and crew prepare for the show while ecstatic fans fill Santiago's Estadio Nacional, before Maiden take to the stage and launch into "The Final Frontier". As the excitement continues through "El Dorado" and "2 Minutes to Midnight", it's made perfectly clear that this is a band on fire- an immense performance which puts groups half their age to shame. Each member is on top form, with Dickinson in particular giving an overwhelming show, turning challenging numbers such as "The Talisman" into astonishing spectacles.
The setlist itself is a masterpiece of ebb and flow, with the smooth intros of "Dance of Death" and "When the Wild Wind Blows" erupting through to high paced numbers like "The Trooper" and "The Evil That Men Do". Being The Final Frontier World Tour, there is a large amount of newer material here, but that is absolutely no excuse for complaint- recent tracks fit comfortably between old favourites remarkably well, a true testimony to the band's consistent song writing prowess. In any case, if you really can't give the new stuff the chance you know it deserves, then you really should have bought Flight 666 instead.
The editing present is wonderful.Read more ›
The picture and sound quality is fantastic especialy in Dolby 5.1 and that is worth the cost of the blu ray alone
but it includes so much quality for the price and is ultimately a bargin.
The main thing i was suprised about was the quality of the documentary. I own Flight 666 and thought it was
brilliantly done so i didnt expect too much from this.
How wrong i was, it is fantastic and it goes into so much depth and is extremely interesting and if anything i
think its better although the two are very different and are a must watch for Maiden fans or just anyone who appreciates
good music and the work that goes on behind the scenes.
The only flaw i would say the Blu Ray has is the menu options are in a small font making it a little hard to read. I have a 40"
screen and it still appeared small. just a heads up
Overall i am extremely happy with this and would highly recommend it
Strange that the steelbook edition is DVD only, a cynic would suggest that this is to get fans to buy twice, but as it was a gift for my uncle who has no Blu-ray player it didn't matter.
Excellent production values, the band and crew have been refining it for over thirty years, and it's a great show.
When you watch it, you don't get the impression that you're watching an old band past their glory days, what you see is a band that still love doing what they do.
They seem to play the songs faster as they get older, but this is okay, because the musicianship is outstanding as always. Especially the lethal combination of Nicko McBrain and Steve Harris, and Bruce Dickinson's vocal's are as commanding, powerful and operatic as they have ever been. The documentary DVD is also great as you get an insight into the work that goes into putting on a Maiden show, and see them playing places, no band could ever dream or hope to play. In an uncertain world, there is something reassuring and genuine about Maiden, long may they rule!
I used to blame (just) Kevin Shirley. I know he has a penchant for dry-sounding 'natural' productions but in fairness, he got a decent balance on Brave New World (the only one) and he's done a good job in the past with Dream Theater, Rush and some others. So, I think 'Arry has to take some, perhaps most of the blame as he co-produces with Shirley.
I was elated when I heard Flight 666. Finally Shirley has got it right. Maiden sounded as they should, big, wide, and dynamic...exciting. But perhaps his hand Harris' arms were twisted because it had to meet certain cinematic standards given it was a film and not just a music video.
So, En Vivo comes as a disappointment - back to the old days. I can't imagine what they are both thinking when they sit there and listen to such as muddy mix. Bruce sounds like he is straining and detached from the rest of the mix for much of it and it's far from flattering for him especially.
I don't have a DTS facility so I can't comment on that audio but interesting the Dolby 2.1 track seems different (read:better, more ambient and 'live' sounding) than the PCM audio. Perhaps it's me but once I found it, I enjoyed the concert far more. However, both tracks have a certain harshness when they are turned up and that illustrates another interesting thing. The PCM audio track is unusually quiet.Read more ›
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impressively cheap price, great quality item as described, totally recommended.Published 4 months ago by killersuzuki
It's hard to find any new superlatives for this band! This is quite simply a stunning show with power,energy and excitement,all filmed in front of a fanatical and brilliant Chilean... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael073
An excellent and moving spectacle. Iron maiden as strong and potent as ever or even more. We have for the first time on video new songs from The Final Frontier album which work... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Guilherme Coelho