Iron Maiden "Live After Death"

Iron Maiden "Live After Death"


Iron Maiden
Live After Death
The Story
The double-DVD "Live After Death" features the legendary recording of Maiden's four-night stand at Long Beach Arena, California, in 1984. Disc one contains the recording of this full 90-minute concert. Originally filmed on 35mm, the footage comes alive on DVD resulting in a visually stunning film that far outstrips the usual live video of the '80s. The disc carries two sound options -- the original concert audio specially mixed into 5.1 Surround Sound by Kevin Shirley, Maiden's producer since 1999, plus the original stereo sound track by Martin Birch, the band's producer from 1981 to 1993. Originally released on video in 1985, this has been largely unavailable for the past 20 years.

Disc two has Part 2 of the 'History of Iron Maiden,' continuing on the Maiden story from "The Early Days" DVD, along with rare and unseen bonus footage in the form of BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN, ROCK IN RIO '85, and 'ELLO TEXAS, all in all giving a total running time of well over three hours. Plus of course the photo galleries, relevant promo videos, artwork galleries, tour dates, tour program and other features which all combine to make Maiden DVDs a very special and utterly comprehensive treat for their fans.

Special DVD features include: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound,Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, 150 Minute Bonus Disc, Bonus Features Subtited in English, Spanish, Portuguese, "A Day In The Live" Documentary, Bonus Footage, Gallery, Promotional Clips.

Additional Facts
The DVD includes the songs from the 1984 concert: "Churchill Speech/Aces High", "2 Minutes To Midnight", "The Trooper", "Revelations", "Flight Of Icarus", "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner", "Powerslave", "Number of the Beast", "Hallowed Be Thy Name", "Iron Maiden", "Run To The Hills", "Running Free" and "Sanctuary". Other live footage features the songs "Aces High", "2 Minutes to Midnight", "The Trooper", "Revelations", "Powerslave", "Iron Maiden", "Run To The Hills" and "Running Free".