Rock In Rio
"Rock In Rio", recorded at the Rock in Rio Festival on January 19th, 2001, features Iron Maiden headlining one of the biggest shows on Earth to a massive sell-out crowd of 250,000 and a global TV audience of millions. The explosive two-hour set, shot using 18 cameras and edited by Steve Harris, is Maiden at its best, performing their biggest show ever on the final date of their Brave New World tour. This double DVD captures the band's energy and massive stage production with both Dolby Digital 5.1 and full-rate DTS Surround tracks to take you to the front row. In-depth personal interviews with each band member and a documentary showing "A Day in the Life" of what it's like to be a part of Iron Maiden makes this, their first ever DVD release, the best record to date of one of the world's premiere rock bands.
Special DVD features include: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, DTS Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, 50 Minutes of Candid Interviews (with Steve Harris, Bruce Dickinson, Janick Gers, Dave Murray, Nicko McBrain and Adrian Smith, Subtited in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese), "A Day In The Live" Documentary, Ross Halfin Photo Diary (50 Photos From Iron Maiden's South American Tour).
The DVD includes the songs "The Wicker Man", "Ghost Of The Navigator", "Brave New World", "Wrathchild", "2 Minutes To Midnight", "Blood Brothers", "Sign Of The Cross", "The Mercenary", "The Trooper", "Dream Of Mirrors", "The Clansman", "The Evil That Men Do", "Fear Of The Dark", "Iron Maiden", "The Number Of The Beast", "Hallowed Be Thy Name", "Sanctuary" and "Run To The Hills".