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Iron Maiden - Rock In Rio DVD (2002)
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Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas day, 1975 by Steve Harris, who recruited guitarists Dave
Sullivan and Terry Rance, drummer Ron Matthews, and vocalist Paul Day.
Day, who lacked stage presence, was quickly replaced by Dennis Wilcock.
Rance and Sullivan were dropped when Dave Murray was found, as neither
of the former could play lead and the latter clearly could. Bob Angelo
came in to complement him, but ended up trying to upstage him
continuously, so was fired in late 1976. He joined Praying Mantis.

Dave Murray left in the spring of 1977 after getting in an argument with
Dennis Wilcock, and was replaced by Terry Wapram on guitars. Ron
Matthews also left, and in came Thunderstick, aka Barry Graham. Finally,
keyboardist Tony Moore was brought in. This lineup lasted one gig,
before everyone realized that keyboards were a no go. Tony was fired,
and Terry left out of solidarity. Dave Murray returned, and Dennis
Wilcock again decided he had enough, and this time he took Thunderstick
and left. Dennis formed V1 with Terry and Tony, while Thunderstick
popped up in Samson a bit later.

Deciding to continue, Steve and Dave found drummer Doug Sampson, and
vocalist Paul Di'Anno, in mid 1977. This lineup, a four-piece, recorded
the first demo, The Soundhouse Tapes, on December 31th, 1978. Then, Paul
Cairns was brought in on guitars, and he lasted for about three months
before leaving of his own volition. Paul Todd played two gigs, before
his girlfriend told him to either choose a tour with Maiden, or her;
Paul was in Maiden for precisely two days in September, 1979. Tony
Parsons came in in early September (the live recording from September
10th, 1979 has him on guitars), and lasted until just about the end of
the year, before leaving due to his unhappiness at being surrounded by
far more talented musicians. He was replaced by Dennis Stratton. In
January, 1980, Doug Sampson fell ill and quit after a tour. Clive Burr
arrived, and the first album was recorded.

Dennis Stratton went to Lionheart in October of 1980, citing a love of
classic rock as opposed to metal, and was replaced by Adrian Smith
(Urchin) in September, 1980. Paul Di'Anno had constant drinking problems
and was once arrested before a show, forcing Steve Harris to take over
on vocals (February 8th, 1980), and thus he was replaced by Bruce Bruce
of Samson, who reverted to his non-repetitive almost birth name of Bruce
Dickinson. (His full name is Paul Bruce Dickinson, but the band had had
enough of singers named Paul!) Bruce's first gig was October 25th,
1981, in Italy. Burr left the band at the end of 1982, on good terms,
since he wanted a break from the music business and all the touring. He
would crop up in various projects over the years. In came Nicko McBrain,
formerly of Trust. This lineup lasted until January, 1990, when Adrian
Smith left and was replaced by Janick Gers.

Bruce Dickinson left the band in 1993, wishing to concentrate on his
solo career. Blaze Bayley (real name: Bayley Cook, Blaze was a school
nickname) from Wolfsbane took over on vocals for two albums. Then, both
Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith returned in 1999, and toured for a
video game, Ed Hunter. The tour was monstrously successful and the band
put out a new album, Brave New World, and a new live album as well, Rock
in Rio. Blaze went to form his solo project, Blaze.

Former drummer Clive Burr was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2002,
so the band held a benefit for him, and released a single, Run To The
Hills, featuring live tracks from 1982 with Clive on drums.

Michael Kenney (not to be confused with Mick Kenney of Anaal Nathrakh)
plays keyboards for Iron Maiden on tour (and contributes some studio
work too).

Trivia: Iron Maiden were the first heavy metal band to ever be featured
on MTV during its first day - August 1, 1981. "Iron Maiden" was music
video number 16 and "Wrathchild" was number 33 out of the first 62
videos to ever be played on MTV during its first day.

Iron Maiden is also known for their mascot, Eddie. Eddie's full name is
Eddie The Head -or Edward The Head- and it comes from the following old
Eddie was born with no body and no arms and no legs. Just a head. But
despite this slight birth defect his parents loved him very much. So on
his sixteenth birthday they run into a doctor that says "Hey, I can give
Eddie a body"... so the parents are going totally nuts because finally
their kid can have a body and be like other normal people. They go home
and are really excited and say "Have we got a surprise for you. It's the
best present ever!" and Eddie says "Oh, no, not another fucking hat!"

2002 Rock In Rio DVD

Tracklist:Disc 1

1. Intro (Arthur's Farewell) 01:30
2. The Wicker Man 04:29
3. Ghost of the Navigator 06:50
4. Brave New World 06:18
5. Wrathchild 02:45
6. 2 Minutes to Midnight 06:02
7. Blood Brothers 07:14
8. Sign of the Cross 10:42
9. The Mercenary 04:42
10. The Trooper 04:11
11. Dream of Mirrors 09:21
12. The Clansman 08:59
13. The Evil That Men Do 04:34
14. Fear of the Dark 07:16
15. Iron Maiden 03:16
16. Number of the Beast 04:57
17. Hallowed Be Thy Name
18. Sanctuary 03:16
19. Run to the Hills 03:54

Disc 2

1. Candid Interviews
2. A Day in the Life
3. Ross Halfin Photo Diary

Label: EMI Records

Whats better than Iron Maiden's live album Rock in Rio? The dvd. This is one of the best live dvds I
have seen. The production is great, top notch. The millions of camera
angles make it just amazing. This is the best Maiden dvd out there.

The main things that seperate this from other live dvds is the
production value and the insane amount of different cameras the band was
filmed with. There are so many different angles and the band playing on
this dvd it never gets boring. Sometimes on dvds bands have around 5
different angles and it can get kinda boring. Here though all the most
of the camera's are moving so you hardly ever see similiar shots of the
band played. Also the stage is huge which allows the band to move around
so much, this is a plus. Iron Maiden isn't a band that goes crazy and
bangs their head while playing guitar or bass (standing in one spot)
like Behemoth or Amon Amarth. Thats why the large stage on this dvd
makes the band more entertaining. You can watch them run all overthe
place, or you can watch Yanick kick stuff, its great. Then there is
Bruce running around jumping off stuff like a madman and still singing
like a champ.

To talk about the music breifly since I allready did that in my review
of the live album. These songs sounda million times better than the
studio versions, especially the older ones. Its also great seeing Bruce
play the Blaze songs...since I hate Blaze's vocals. The band adds energy
to the songs as well as intensity with their stage presence. The best
thing is the band isn't affraid to be sloppy. In other words they
sacrifice playing the songs perfectly for added energy and enjoyment.
There is nothing more boring than a band trying so hard to play so
well...and in the process they don't move around a whole lot. Not the
case here, the band doesn't care and they songs come out well with
something to offer the studio songs don't.

The fans in audience are great too. The all seem so into the music,
headbanging, jumping, singing along. Its a sea of crazy brazilian fans
having a great time and adding to the energy of this release.
Ocaisionally the dvd shows some fans making hilarious faces, its so

This is the Maiden dvd to buy, quality work. I have no problems with this release.

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