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Iron Maiden: En Vivo! Live at Estadio Nacional, Santiago (2-Disc Limited Edition)

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'EN VIVO!' was filmed on 10th April 2011 in front of over 50,000 ecstatic fans at the Estadio Nacional, Santiago during the Round The World In 66 Days leg of The Final Frontier World Tour, and captures a magnificent performance by the band, ardently embraced by the legendary Latino passion and energy of their Chilean fans. With spectacular stage backdrops, dynamic musicianship and a literally jaw-dropping appearance by Eddie, this live show encapsulates to perfection the heart and soul of Iron Maiden 2011

The concert was filmed digitally using 22 HD cameras and an octocam, recorded in both stereo and 5.1 audio and mixed by Maiden's longstanding producer Kevin 'Caveman' Shirley, all of which serves to accentuate the incredible atmosphere of this compelling performance. Extensive use is made of split screens so fans can follow the individual members closer and the set list moves seamlessly between songs from Maiden's most recent studio album, 2010's The Final Frontier through to classic fan favourites via the band's vast and varied catalogue .

DVD Disc Two features an 88-minute documentary, BEHIND THE BEAST, a revealing high quality 'home movie' for the fans showing them how to put on an Iron Maiden tour and what goes on behind the scenes at a show. It describes the extraordinary story of one of the most acclaimed and ambitious touring shows in the world. In addition to interviews with the Iron Maiden crew, it interweaves anecdotes from the band and their fans, and includes footage of the live show. The bonus disc also contains an extended version of the promo video 'Satellite 15 - The Final Frontier', a video about the making of 'Satellite 15- The Final Frontier' plus the opening video sequence to The Final Frontier World Tour.

Maiden's 'Final Frontier World Tour 2010-11' saw the band circumnavigating the planet for the third time in their customized Boeing 757, Ed Force One, piloted by lead singer Bruce Dickinson, and playing 98 shows in 36 countries to over 2 million fans.

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Component 1

1. Satellite 15 2. The Final Frontier 3. El Dorado 4. 2 Minutes to Midnight 5. The Talisman 6. Coming Home 7. Dance of Death 8. The Trooper 9. The Wicker Man 10. Blood Brothers 11. When the Wild Wind Blows 12. The Evil That Men Do 13. Fear of the Dark 14. Iron Maiden 15. The Number of the Beast 16. Hallowed Be Thy Name 17. Running Free 18. Satellite 15 19. The Final Frontier 20. El Dorado 21. 2 Minutes to Midnight 22. The Talisman 23. Coming Home 24. Dance of Death 25. The Trooper 26. The Wicker Man 27. Blood Brothers 28. When the Wild Wind Blows 29. The Evil That Men Do 30. Fear of the Dark 31. Iron Maiden 32. The Number of the Beast 33. Hallowed Be Thy Name 34. Running Free

Component 2

1. Behind the Beast (Documentary - behind the scenes footage from the road) 2. The Final Frontier Promo (Director's Cut) 3. Making of the Final Frontier Promo 4. Satellite 15 World Tour Show Intro 5. Behind the Beast (Documentary - behind the scenes footage from the road)

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4.0 out of 5 stars High Quality - Yes. Essential - Not So Much April 26 2012
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First off, if you are looking for a feast of classic Maiden material, this set focuses moreso on more recent output by the British Heavy Metal legends. Their most recent platter, The Final Frontier, occupying generous minutes. While many essential classics are there, if you are looking to relive the glory days of yore, pick up the Flight 666 disc instead. If you are like me, you don't mind seeing the lads take a few turns you have not seen before. "Talisman" in particular showing that Bruce can unleash his epic vocals with more power than ever.

In glorious high def the band is showing its years apart from Bruce, who leaps around the stage with no sign of slowing down. Shot with a multitude of cameras and epic space-themed staging in front of a massive crowd, the quality is top notch. But really, all Maiden videos are like this so really, its meeting expectations. Nothign could ever top the Rock In Rio disc with 200,000 people.

The band puts out live videos almost every other year so if you are not sure you need yet another one, you might want to pass. I picked this one up since I wanted to see the band in high-def and for that it was worth it. If I only had a DVD player, I would have given this one a miss.

With the set comes a slew of bonus materials which I have not bothered to watch. I find band interviews mostly boring and am not interested in the behind-the-scenes work that goes into putting on a (albeit massive) Maiden tour.

Great quality here. If you have not seen the band in high def or are keeping your Maiden collection completely updated, you cannot go wrong here.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Iron Maiden . En Vivo DVD April 21 2012
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Excellent production as always fron Maiden. I liked the song choices from their previous live tour dvd better though. A great concert never the less.
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5.0 out of 5 stars iron maiden need to say more May 16 2012
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its maiden nothing more to say, they rock and rule in the metal world, the entire dvd is great and running free is the highlight for me...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Scream for me Chile! March 27 2012
By Stephen Bieth TOP 50 REVIEWER
I saw this tour but unfortunately before the "Final Frontier" CD was in stores so we only got one song off it. For this Blu ray they have the set full of new songs which was cool because that record rocked. My only complant is they dropped every song from "A Matter Of Life and Death" which really sucks because there's no DVD or Blu ray from that tour and I love that album. But this does have a great set list. The audio is very respectful to what Maiden sound like live. This was actually the first time a saw them since the "Peice of Mind" tour when I was in high school so what is that about 22 years between shows? They sound just as good now as they did then. The audience in Chile is wild and they know the words to almost every song. I don't know if I could stand in that crowd (a little to crazy for me but I'm getting old) but the look really cool on the Blu ray. Singing, bobbing up and down to the music and it's not like here when they have GA tickets and there is always a lot of space at the back. Here they have them packed in but no one seems to mind. This is a band that since reuniting with Dickenson and Smith has totally got their footing back. In my opinion except for "Dance Of Death" every record since the reunion has been just as good as their hey day. Plus they are really streaching out on the progressive rock side. Longer songs that keep you locked in till the end. Great Blu ray. Bonus materiel is just as good and again a lot of it. The coolest thing is they are back here this summer! Long live Eddie and Long live Iron Maiden!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Its Iron Maiden, what do you expect? March 23 2012
By Silmaeth - Published on Amazon.com
Well, like the title says. I mean, its Iron Maiden and they are always playing the same stuff live so you would probably think that you didnt need to buy this. But in fact, this one is a bit different since its almost only songs from Brave New World (2000) to The Final Frontier 2010.

I like this setlist since I'm a bit tired of the old songs that are played over and over again. Dont get me wrong, I'm a die hard Maiden fan and love their old stuff, but I do also love their new stuff and would like to hear more new songs live. En Vivo deliver just that, and the band is as always in great shape.

En Vivo is much better than last one, and Death On The Road. I think the only thing I would complain about if I should is that they have some weird camera angels where they cut the picture in two, filming Janick Gers to the left and Nicko Mcbrain to the right of the screen for example. Now I dont have much problem with that, but it gets too much on this DVD.

Great live performance, and if you are into Maiden - Dont miss out on this.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nearly IMPOSSIBLE to watch! Does no one EDIT anymore? April 2 2012
By guitarwarrior - Published on Amazon.com
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I just turned off the TV and I'm currently listening to this Blu-ray with HD Audio 5.1, and ALL IS GOOD once again. Gotta love Maiden. New stuff, classics, its all the same formulaic stuff. But as I've preached many times, when it comes to Iron Maiden, you either GET IT or you don't. I developed my guitar chops on early Maiden tunes, so I've been a fan since day one. I buy every new release, unheard and unseen, and pretty much hope for the best.
Unfortunately, as I stated in the title, I can't watch this Blu-ray! Way too frantic and UNEDITED. Split screen galore, and not the good kind, where it holds and you can watch several camera angles, your choice. No, when it split screens you get the split image (2, 3 or 4 different frames) for about half a second. Then its off to the next screen. Do we really need to see every angle, every moment? The job of a GOOD EDITOR is to DECIDE what to show and for how long. Direct our focus and then KEEP it THERE for a few breaths at least. During guitar solos, just one camera on the guitar player please. -is this not simple common sense for a rock/metal oriented recording?
I realize this is an issue with many concert Blu-rays. This is not the first BD with frantic and hyper-speed, music video type editing. But it may just be the WORST I've ever seen. So Beware!
So my tip, turn off the TV, crank up the volume. With Maiden, its about the music anyway which deserves 5 stars, the watch-ability factor get 1-star. Overall 3 stars.
(Final Note: any Iron Maiden fans who have never heard Bruce Dickinson's Chemical Wedding album, should buy it immediately. It's what an Iron Maiden effort COULD SOUND like with a little musical/metal evolution, and hands-down RIVALS any Iron Maiden album in the last decade. Give it a spin.)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Iron Maiden are back: bigger, badder, and better than ever!!! March 26 2012
By Renfield - Published on Amazon.com
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Iron Maiden have been the undisputed kings of metal since they hit big in the 1980s, and have enjoyed a lengthy and successful career that continues to attract more fans with every turning day, and play to sold out stadiums, arenas, and amphitheaters worldwide- all without the help of mainstream attention. And in 2010, the band embarked in a rehearsal leg for the Final Frontier Tour, only to return to the stage in 2011 for a full scale, cutting edge tour, playing to several countries in several countries worldwide! And En Vivo! is a depiction of one of these spectacular shows, which shows us that even after 36 years, Maiden still rule the music world with an iron fist!

This blu-ray really does showcase Maiden at their best. Even more amazing show is that Maiden play to a sold out crowd of 50,000 (or so Bruce says) in a large stadium setting, with a setlist based on NEW material, with a few classics thrown in there for good measure. The fans go WILD with every tune and the band's energy is just unbelievable, considering how old they are.

The band are in top shape, folks. Bruce brings back the mic stand for the first time since 1999, but even that doesn't stop him from giving it his all here. He still runs around the stage like a hyperactive 12 year old, and, which must have had men in the audience his age reminding themselves to hit the gym. And boy, he can hit the notes better than ever! The Talisman had me wowed, and was an indicator of the amazingness to come. Adrian improvises a bit here, and it sounds damn good. And Steve, Dave and Jan? Well, amazing as aways, I can always expect the best from my favourite band knowing I'm going to get nothing but the best :) and I'm beginning to think Nicko is an alien or something. That must be the only explanation for his being able to drum that inhumanly amazing!

I was taken a bit aback when I found out that it was shot on 22 cameras, but have no worry here, the fast edits found on DOTR and RIR are nowhere to be found. Instead, we get split screens, and that manages to make the show feel more intimate as a result. We get to see Dave play a solo! And we get to see different things at once. None of the split screens are distracting and it feels like you can actually see everything for longer than 3 seconds.

The video quality? Absolutely superb!!! No grain to be seen at all. Shot with 22 RED cameras, the cinematography looks incredible and you can see every pore on Bruce's face, every detail of the guitars, etc. You feel like you're there At the ery front. And the HD mix? Well, it's like you're at the barrier. Just incredible.

The special features are very sparse. There's an 88 minute documentary called Behind The Beast, which I'm saving for the weekend. There's the Satellite 15... The Final Frontier video, there's a making of featurette, and the intro video for the tour.

Simply put, this is a MUST for any Maiden fan. Maiden have never been this amazing, and I cannot wait to see them a third time on July 27th! Ive only 3 more words to say:

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Iron Maiden: En Vivo! [Blu-ray] (2012) April 1 2012
By Platon Murenin - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not going to spend too much time on the review of this Blu-ray, that has been done professionally and met with positive reaction (Metal Hammer 8/10, Kerrang! 4/5, Allmusic 3.5/5 and Classic Rock was the most critical with 6/10).

That being said, personally, I liked the split screens. Every now and then it gets a little too much, but it really helps overall, as picture doesn't change every second or two like previous releases and it flows more naturally. I also enjoyed the sound, I think it's a little better than Flight 666, the base stands out more and gives more depth to the concert. Obviously the quality of the video is superb. Someone said here that it was filmed with RED cameras (which are top of the line cameras that were basically used for every single movie in the past few years). I don't know if that's 100% true, but nevertheless, it is in HD. The only thing about video is that sometimes Bruce's face is a little overexposed, obviously due to spotlights being aimed at him, but it's not too distracting.

I saw them on this tour live and I was really looking forward to this release. I have seen their old stuff and although their 80s work is one of the most influential and highly acclaimed in the metal community, I really enjoy their new songs as well. What was very interesting is the documentary. It really gave an in-depth look into how everything is brought together. I probably liked it more than Flight 666 documentary.

They are the same band as they were before, because they play for themselves. Going back to Live After Death, Bruce was always jumping like there is no tomorrow and Steve would run across the stage. Nicko was always a funny man out of all of them always making faces. Adrian and Dave, for the most part, were always standing next to each other on the left side of the stage. The only addition was Janick, which, again, didn't change either from their early 90 releases.

I think the documentary really shows how they feel about what they do. They didn't fall apart years ago and blew their money off and then started reunion tours to get some quick cash. They've been around since 1975, and they are not going anywhere. They play more countries, bigger stadiums and their albums are hit after hit. Just look at their albums in the past 10 years, it's been steadily moving up in charts with their last release reaching nearly No.1 spot all over the globe.
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars, because it's Maiden. 4 stars by Maiden standards. March 27 2012
By Tailgunner - Published on Amazon.com
Maiden is the best band that ever existed! Let there be no doubt. There will never be another band like this. The artists and their music is legendary. So of course I pre-ordered this sucker, and saw it over the weekend.

I love the fact that they release a lot of live dvds and albums these days, 'cause like it or not they're not getting younger. And it's great that the fans get to build a large archive we can enjoy long after the boys have retired. I would rather have seen them release more studio-albums with new music though, but as long as something is happening in the Maiden camp I'm happy.

The documentary:
I think it's an awesome documentary, and makes you realize just how much work they put into their tours. It's quite insane, actually! I had no clue that the crew put SO much work into it!

The concert:
As a die-hard Maiden fan who has seen everything they ever released hundreds of times, I think this is very good but maybe not the best. Waaay better than "Dance on the road" and "Live at Donington '92", but not as good as "Flight 666", "Beast over Hammersmith" and "Rock In Rio".

It captures exactly what you get when you go to a modern Maiden show. I personally like the split-screen editing, 'cause it gives you even more the feeling of confusion you get at a real concert, where you constantly change focus between the backdrops, the effects and the people on stage.

I personally think that the new songs are most interesting to see/hear. The ones that have never been played before. They sound exactly like they do on the album, and work even better live. The classics from the 80's... it's not the band's fault they are getting older, but the actual band doesn't really look as good/cool now as they did back in the days (except Steve Harris). And that kind of makes me wanna skip the classics on this one, and watch the "Live After Death" video instead. But the classics need to be there, basically because that's what the average Maiden-fan wants, so I won't complaint about it.

The performance:
I might be over-critical, but I feel they are getting a little sloppy again. Like they were when they released "A Real Live/Dead One". I think it lacks the focus and perfection they had on "Rock in Rio" and "Beast over Hammersmith", which almost have studio quality playing. The guitars on this are just a wall of sound, and you basically don't hear what the guitars are playing, except on the solos. And I think the solos are a little sloppy too. It honestly sounds really messy at times. I did, for example, not recognize "2 minutes to midnight" until the riff had been played a couple of times. And this is a song that I've heard billions of times.

The sound:
I have to admit that I'm getting a little tired of them using the same sound/production on everything they release. In the 80's, they changed their sound between every tour, but now it's getting pretty predictable. And that makes it even more tempting to skip songs like "Hallowed Be Thy Name", "Iron Maiden", and "Fear of the dark". Because you've heard it all before. More or less.

They need to be there and they are perfect songs on an actual concert, 'cause then you sing along and just enjoy yourself, but it's REALLY boring to see at home. Unless you're a new fan, of course.

All in all, another excellent release that gives us 5 new songs (The Final Frontier, El Dorado, The Talisman, Coming Home and When The Wild Wind Blows) and a cool new documentary. Keep 'em coming!
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