Iron Maiden will release a double-disc extended edition of classic 1989 live video Maiden England on March 25.
The band shot two nights of footage at Birmingham’s NEC in 1988 during their Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son world tour.
Available for the first time on DVD, the new version includes the previously unreleased encores: Running Free, Run To The Hills and Sanctuary, meaning the full 110-minute show can now be seen. Producer Kevin Shirley has created a brand new 5.1 surround sound mix, while Martin Birch’s original stereo mix remains.
A second disc contains a 40-minute film charting part three in the history of Maiden, featuring recent interviews with the NWOBHM giants, telling the story of the band’s career towards the end of the 1980s. Also included is the 90-minute documentary 12 Wasted Years, originally released in 1987.
Manager Rod Smallwood says: “We’ve been busy upgrading this concert footage for a long time with our in-house film producer and director Andy Matthews.
“We know how eagerly our fans have been awaiting the new version so we wanted to give it the best possible treatment.
“The current Maiden England world tour revisits much of the setlist and production from the 1989 VHS release, so it will be interesting to compare just how much has changed in terms of our 2013 live show production and the improvements we’ve been able to make to the set.”
Disc One: Maiden England 88
02. The Evil That Men Do
03. The Prisoner
04. Still Life
05. Die With Your Boots On
06. Infinite Dreams
08. Can I Play With Madness
09. Heaven Can Wait
10. Wasted Years
11. The Clairvoyant
12. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
13. The Number Of The Beast
14. Hallowed Be Thy Name
15. Iron Maiden
16. Run To The Hills
17. Running Free
Disc Two: The History Of Iron Maiden Part 3
01. The History Of Iron Maiden Part 3
02. 12 Wasted Years
03. Wasted Years (promo video)
04. Stranger In A Strange Land (promo video)
05. Can I Play With Madness (promo video)
06. The Evil That Men Do (promo video)
07. The Clairvoyant (promo video)