Iron Maiden is set to release its latest DVD release later this month on March 25, called “Maiden England ‘88”. It is, in essence, the successor to two previous DVD releases of the past decade—“The Early Days”, released in 2004, and “Live After Death”, released in 2008.
Like the two DVD releases before it, “Maiden England ‘88” will feature a full concert contemporaneous with the time period of which is the focus of the DVD. In this case, the concert comes from a prior release, dubbed “Maiden England”, which was released on VHS and CD in 1989.
The concert itself was filmed over two nights in late November 1988 in Birmingham during the band’s “Seventh Son of a Seventh Son Tour”. The original release, however, never included the full concert due to time limitations of the formats of the day.
A second DVD in the set will feature plenty of bonus content, both new and old, including additional live footage, lengthy documentaries of the era, and promo videos, the details of which can be found in the list.
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