Iron Maiden - Rock In Rio [Live]

9.2 | 343 votes |
Release date: 25 March 2002
Style: Heavy metal


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Disc I
01. Intro
02. The Wicker Man
03. Ghost Of The Navigator
04. Brave New World
05. Wrathchild
06. 2 Minutes To Midnight
07. Blood Brothers
08. Sign Of The Cross
09. The Mercenary
10. The Trooper

Disc II
01. Dream Of Mirrors
02. The Clansman
03. The Evil That Men Do
04. Fear Of The Dark
05. Iron Maiden
06. Number Of The Beast
07. Hallowed Be Thy Name
08. Sanctuary
09. Run To The Hills

Staff review by
Dream Taster
When the most famous Heavy metal band on Earth decides to record a double live CD for their stage entrance in the new millennium, you already ought to be interested in the product. But when it's also the first live album after the historical return of both Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith, you must be totally overexcited. That's how I felt while listening to the treasure chest that is "Rock In Rio". So obviously, Rio is a great place to record a live album or it's more likely that the audience of Rio is simply better than anywhere else?? I won't solve that question myself but I can tell you that an album recorded in front of a Brazilian audience is usually a sign of a great album already.

published 07.01.2004 | Comments (5)

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12.07.2015 - 23:35
Rating: 7
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Tage Westerlund
In some way maybe its best many songs are after Bruce came beck era and I donty remember those so well I like 3 albums after he came back its nowadays a value
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