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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 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; color correcting and grading to give the image the best possible look from that time. As well as the 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.

Other special extras on the bonus disc include Twelve Wasted Years. First released on 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.

Set List
The Evil That Men Do
The Prisoner
Still Life
Die With Your Boots On
Infinite Dreams
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(previously unreleased)Running Free(previously unreleased)
Sanctuary(previously unreleased)

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

Product Details

  • Actors: Iron Maiden
  • Directors: Steve Harris, Andy Mathews, Julian Caidan, Jim Yukich, Julian Doyla
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: UMe
  • DVD Release Date: March 26, 2013
  • Run Time: 264 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BF2RTO2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,247 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Great to have this concert on DVD.
Maiden England is a great live show and an incredible setlist.
Man that song (and album), has to be one of Maiden's best.
A. Moseley

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Iceberg on April 1, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
FINALLY they officially released this on DVD. 1988's "Maiden England" show captures Iron Maiden hitting another peak, seeing as how the corresponding album, "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" did really well for the most part, and the shows they played were massive. The show itself is of good quality in terms of video and audio quality, especially considering how old the video really is. And the editing, allthough done by Steve Harris (bless him), DOESN'T show you a full show worth of rapidly changing 1-second clips, which is a huge plus. As a bonus, I dare say the setlist is killer. 6 out of the 8 songs found on "Seventh Son" are featured, and in addition to the old hits and live staples, you get a few rarities as well, namely "Still Life", "Die With Your Boots On" and "Killers". NO Powerslave songs were featured, though, but with "Live After Death" in your arsenal (where it should be), it's allright. Oh, for the record, some people have commented on Dickinson's vocal performance - the guy had recently had the flu as far as I remember! He still sounds pretty good to me, though (if you wanna hear what he's like when he's REALLY got a bad case of the flu, there are a few 1986 bootlegs available on youtube).

As for the 2nd disc, I must say I'm a bit disappointed, but before I explain why, I wanna stress that it's still good, and DEFINITELY worth having. Now, onto the whining:

1 - The documentary, part 3 of the "History" series, is only 40 minutes long despite covering 2 excellent studio albums and their corresponding tours. This is a popular, yet also rarely discussed era of the band, and while you get interesting anecdotes and details from the guys, the whole story seems a whole lot more rushed than in the previous 2 parts, which I think is a shame.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J Reed on March 27, 2013
Format: DVD
From what I understand Steve Harris directed and edited Maiden England. To people who don't have the DVD yet, try to guess how many times this is mentioned in print and/or content with this set. Okay, with my little, good humored jab out of the way (probably humorous only to myself), I can move on.

First off, why, oh why didn't they use the original Derek Riggs artwork for this set? I plan to look for some custom DVD covers as I'm sure there will be a few. Rest assured I didn't count that against the product in my rating, just find it annoying we got hamburger instead of steak when it comes to Maiden artwork. Sadly, this isn't the only place where Riggs gets the shaft as you will see.

Disc 1

Nice motion menu of the cover artwork with music and transitions as with the previous "History" releases.

Maiden England - The concert itself looks amazing! The picture is unbelievably clear, especially for a video of it's time. They did a great job cleaning up the video, and the sound is spectacular (at least for the LPCM, I don't do 5.1 audio, sorry). I'm sure people will complain about the often blurry picture, but that is a result of video filming a very dark stage, and not shabby remastering. It's also nice to finally have the complete show with the three songs that have been added, as well as a bit more banter from Bruce. It always felt like a short set to me, glad to see I was right. Disc 1 is perfect.

Disc 2

The same menu screen as Disc 1. I was hoping it would get the Live After Death treatment of two different backgrounds for both discs, but no biggie.

"The History of Iron Maiden..." is a bit of a letdown for me, though what is included is appreciated.
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37 of 49 people found the following review helpful By SLAYER on February 27, 2013
Format: DVD
This is From the Iron Maiden Website and EMI
Let's hope they don't screw it up!!
this is for the DVD

1.Hallowed Be Thy Name (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster)
2.Iron Maiden (Stereo) (2009 - Remaster)
3.Run to the Hills (Stereo)
4.Running Free (Stereo)
5.Sanctuary (Stereo)
6.Moonchild (5.1 Dolby)
7.The Evil That Men Do (5.1 Dolby)
8.The Prisoner (5.1 Dolby)
9.Still Life (5.1 Dolby)
10.Die With Your Boots On (5.1 Dolby)
11.Infinite Dreams (5.1 Dolby)
12.Killers (5.1 Dolby)
13.Can I Play With Madness (5.1 Dolby)
14.Heaven Can Wait (5.1 Dolby)
15.Wasted Years (5.1 Dolby)
16.The Clairvoyant (5.1 Dolby)
17.Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (5.1 Dolby)
18.The Number of the Beast (5.1 Dolby)
19.Hallowed Be Thy Name (5.1 Dolby)
20.Iron Maiden (5.1 Dolby)
21.Run to the Hills (5.1 Dolby)
22.Running Free (5.1 Dolby)
23.Sanctuary (5.1 Dolby)

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)

Now available for the very first time on double 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".
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Great (different) setlist
Yeah, there are quite a few good songs on there that haven't been on the average live release.
I started to appreciate the Seventh Son album a lot more after seeing last years tour (it is now my second favorite Maiden album), so the amount of songs from that album being on this disc makes me happy.
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