The legendary British Metal band's second headlining show at the famous "Monsters of Rock"-festival in Donington, UK.

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The legendary British Metal band's second headlining show at the famous "Monsters of Rock"-festival in Donington, UK.

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The audience was 80,000 people strong - a sold out show. Former guitarist Adrian Smith joined the band on stage for two numbers. See more »

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Donington disaster...
7 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This should, and could have been an amazing film.. instead its a 2 hour promo video. Black and white shots, slow motion, odd cuts and edits... not a pretty sight. The set is pretty damn good. Including old and new but the editing doesn't do it justice. The ferocious Be Quick Or Be Dead opens the set and you're gifted the likes of From Here To Eternity, Wasting Love and Afraid To Shoot Strangers from the new album too. Tailgunner and Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter make it from the 1990 release 'No Prayer For The Dying'. The rest of the set is a mixture from classic era.

Adrian joins them for Running Free on the encore which was nice but its nothing more than a real disappointment in general considering their '88 appearance at Donny was never released as a live film.

The trivia on IMDb is wrong. Adrian joined them for 1 song only and the crowd was nearer 50,000, not 80,000.


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