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En Vivo! 2CD Set Live

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  • Audio CD (March 26 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Warner Music Canada
  • ASIN: B006R7NJFS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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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 ManCD2

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Two CD set. 2012 live release from the British Heavy Metal maestros. En Vivo was taped on April 10, 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.

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This is the 2CD audio edition of the live concert, also available on 2 LP Picture Disc, DVD and BLu Ray.

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Format: Audio CD
Here it is, the new live Iron Maiden album, recorded during the band's The Final Frontier world tour in support of the album of the same name. Iron Maiden needs no introduction and they not only gave us some memorable studio albums but also some great live ones like the essential Live After Death, the amazing reunion tour live album Rock In Rio and more recently the excellent Flight 666. En Vivo! Was recorded in Chile who has amazing rock crowds as evidenced by the Flight 666 documentary and they love Metal music there and obviously Iron Maiden. What's remarkable is their intensity never winds down as they sign along to every song with 'wooohoo-oo's' and 'Maiden, Maiden, Maiden' which is a testament of how powerful South American crowds can be.

I'm going to say it: I don't really need another version of 'Hallowed Be Thy Name', 'Fear of the Dark', 'Iron Maiden', 'Running Free', 'Number of the Beast' etc. We already have plenty of those, and better versions at that. I bought this because I wanted to hear the new songs live quite honestly. The reason I like the previous live album Flight 666 so much was because of the spirit of that tour, they played all the classic 1980's material but the fans went NUTS on that album and everything worked and sounded almost perfect the energy on that album was fantastic and so was the setlist played by an older and more experienced band. En Vivo! is not a bad album by any means but with Maiden now documenting pretty much every tour starting at the reunion with Rock In Rio, it means much less now. I have a feeling the people buying these abundant live releases are fans like me out of loyalty to the band and for the few tracks that aren't available elsewhere. There are six new live songs on En Vivo that aren't anywhere else and they're all from TFF.
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Iron Maiden is taking some "flack" for this release and I've heard all the complaints...unimaginative setlist, why do we need another live release, blah, blah. Truth is Iron Maiden is the greatest live band on the planet right now (at least since The Who's second "final" tour). I've seen the band live six times now and they always deliver. Sound quality is amazing and the band are as tight as ever. I don't think the Final Frontier songs are made for the energy of a live concert but the band is at a different point in their careers...they are not the young punks anymore looking to blow your face off, they are consummate professionals.

Compared to the rest of Iron Maiden's live catalogue this might be a 3-and-a-half BUT compared to any other output from any other band this is a solid 5!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I wish I was in Chile when they played. The crowd went insane! March 29 2012
By Anth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ever since listening to the Live After Death upon release back in 1985, I believed that there would never be such an awesome live album. But since we moved from Metal's climax in the 80's to "Alternative Grunge" in the 90s, and even more to pop/idol senstations (and I use those terms loosely, mind you( of today in the 00's, I've given up hope that crowds are truly as interested in seeing the performer as much as the performer is interested in seeing the crowds.

That said, 30 years later, and finally picking up a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance (Which they couldn't pick up due to touring - you gotta love their dedication to fans when they're on the road!), they come back full force with an album that doesn't compromise, doesn't "explore new directions" like other bands have unsuccessfully done, and remains classic Maiden metal while delivering fresh new songs, topics and energy while delivering that familiar sound that some of us have enjoyed for years - and decades.

Having been blown away by the new material when Iron Maiden toured North America in 2010, I saw them in concert. They toured before the release of the album, so we heard the songs before Final Frontier hit the shelves. I truly wished I could have heard the songs first and THEN see the concert. It was a great concert, don't get me wrong, but it's nice to be familiar with the songs, especially when they make up a significant portion of the show. So after missing the Somewhere Back In Time Tour, and previewing the Final Frontier content prior to release, I was really looking forward to En Vivo. I was ready for every song they've written, and excited to hear them live - again!

The concerts in the States pale in comparison to some of the shows Iron Maiden plays around the world, and I'm really glad they showcased Santiago Chile, as the crowd is absolutely amazing, and hungry for really good European Metal. Since this isn't about the concert clips, and I"ll be reviewing the movie later, it will suffice for now that the music and audio is amazing, but hearing the audience like you can on this album gives you goose bumps. This kind of fandom doesn't happen in the States. But Chile was on fire for a night of metal, and if this album is an indication, they sound like they got everything they wanted.

The lineup really focuses on the material from Final Frontier -Coming Home, El Dorado, The Talisman- and peppers in a few classics -2 Minutes to Midnight, Running Free and others- while digging into some later "classics" like The Wicker Man, Blood Brothers and Fear of the Dark. The dividing of tracks makes sense, and represents Maiden thoroughly. The live performance of When the Wild Wind Blows, however, is probably the track worth considering. It's flawlessly executed, and ranks up there with Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Alexander The Great (Neither included on this disc, and I wish they'd record Alexander the Great live one of these days!), which I think are two of Maidens longest - and best - songs. Bruce is at his best vocally, and really sounds like every song is given 100%.

The mix I've got the CDs now (Vinyls on order for the real test!) is right, as the bass is represented, guitar solos aren't faded in (thank goodness, some live performances do that to avoid pop notes and feedback), Steve Harris pounds that bass like a spoiled child and Bruce shows the Mic respect, as no p-pops or Mic bumps are heard throught the entire performance. This is where professionals and rookies are separated and Iron Maiden has shown that they're consummate professionals.

You might say, Hey, you're a fan. You gave it 5 stars. You go to their concerts. Yes, that's correct. In fact, I'll even counter that with, "I have pit tickets for their show in the summer with my wife and teenager and I'm a member of the Fan Club". It's true. I'm a fan of a great show, new music, having Iron Maiden as old friends on my turntable, and I enjoy watching Maiden continue to evolve into the greatest rock act ever to grace a stage. Nobody today even comes close. They deliver a product unlike any other band from the album art, website, pictures, inserts, even the colored vinyl is a touch that shows that the fans are still important, and still gets benefits for buying their records. In a world where "less is more" and "Look at me, I'm sensitive and care for the environment as evidenced by my paper CD packaging and private jet world touring" types, which is a popular marketing strategy, it's nice to see some of the excesses of modern metal still delivered by the guys who do it best. That's worth paying extra for, assuming I had to. I didn't. This price is insane for what you get.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Iron Maiden: Ageless and Timeless March 26 2012
By J. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 2-CD set captures a monumental performance from probably the best live heavy metal band of all time. Look at their enormous tours, legendary concerts, and rabid following, and you can't really argue against it. In this show from Chile, Bruce Dickinson proves for the millionth time that he has preserved his voice better than anyone else in hard rock or metal. The man is in his 50's and doesn't sound a day over 25 or 30. Having a gigantic force like that fronting an older band is almost unheard of, as many of Dickinson's peers' voices have succumbed to age, hard living, or both. The rest of the band are no slouches either, delivering a powerful set with conviction and enthusiasm. Speaking of the set, En Vivo has a good mix of different eras. You get 17 songs, with five from the early 80's (from Iron Maiden, The Number of the Beast, and Piece of Mind), one each from Powerslave and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son from 1984 and 1988 respectively, one song from the 90's (the title track to Fear of the Dark), three songs from the early 2000's, and six from The Final Frontier, the album behind the tour. Overall, they don't rely on their "greatest hits" in this show, playing many modern Maiden tunes, but they still deliver mandatory numbers like The Number of the Beast and The Trooper. The crowd in Chile completes the package for En Vivo, providing a massive wall of backing vocals, cheers, and chants. If you're a fan of Iron Maiden, pick this up for a thoroughly enjoyable couple of hours.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great live album from Maiden March 31 2012
By J. Gypton - Published on Amazon.com
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Okay, first let me dispense with the obvious: this is another 2-CD live Iron Maiden album. There are a great many of these, and most of them are very good to great snapshots of an amazing band. Do you need it? No. Rock in Rio and Flight 666 offer the same sonic weight from the band and energy from the crowd found throughout En Vivo. So why might you buy it? Two reasons, I think. First, you're a huge Maiden fan and you pretty much buy all their stuff, regardless of whether of not you really need yet another live version of Hallowed Be Thy Name. That's me. Or second, you're a Maiden fan and you want to hear some particularly good live recordings you can't get on other CDs, or you're looking for some live versions that are clearly different from those found on other, earlier, works. If you fit this second description, En Vivo would go really well alongside Rock in Rio and F666.

For example, Coming Home is a great tune off Final Frontier, and the version on En Vivo is amazing, sonically. It has something of the anthemic power of Blood Brothers or Fear of the Dark, and highlights all members of the band. The Final Frontier and El Dorado are a great opening pair, too, much like Aces High/2 Minutes to Midnight or Wicker Man/Ghost of the Navigator. And you can't get these three songs on other discs.

Dance of Death is as good, or better, than what's on Death on the Road - and that's a great version of the song. Fear of the Dark is closer to that on Rock in Rio than F666 (and I think that's a good thing), and yet distinct. Listen to them both and they differ - and are both really good. 'Iron Maiden' offers a slight variation on the main riff, different from F666.

When the Wild Wind Blows is actually better live than in the studio - there's another one, along those others I mentioned, that make the album unique. Finally, Running Free's here, which was missing from F666, and I think it's a better live version than what you'll find on Live After Death (I know! Heresy! But the recording/production value is 20+ years newer, and picks up so much more of the song...like Rime of the Ancient Mariner on Live After... vs. the version on F666...the latter blows the older one away). And here's a random note: Adrian has a lot more wah in his solos on this album than others - it offers nice texture you don't hear as readily on RiR or others. I like the difference.

Anyway, it's a very solid album that you do not need, and yet will likely enjoy a great deal if you buy it. So Up the Irons and buy it!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 2011 Tour Setlist, good mix March 27 2012
By warmertymes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The newer songs(especially Where The Wild Wind Blows) come across much heavier in a live arena. Bruce's voice live seems to get better with age and the sound quality of the recording is excellent. The set list is from the 2011 tour so of course you're going to have songs included that have been on other live albums, this shouldn't be a concern for any Maiden fan. The energy in the recording can't match what you see in an actual concert (it would be impossible) and I recommend you try to catch a Maiden live show on the 2012 North American tour. A good time will be had by all!!

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great live performance March 27 2012
By Mindtrash - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have enjoyed a lot of Iron Maiden live releases, and this one didn't dissapointed me. It has songs from all Maiden eras. I like the fact that they included the classics we all love and songs from BNW, DOD and TFF. New songs, new live classics.

I just missed some tracks from AMOLAD, which in my personal opinion is the best Iron Maiden album since the return of Bruce Dickinson.

Up the Irons!

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