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Iron Maiden: Visions of the Beast (2003)

Video  -  Documentary  -  2 June 2003 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Blaze Bayley ...
Himself - Singer
Clive Burr ...
Himself - Drummer
Paul DiAnno ...
Himself - Singer
Himself - Singer
Janick Gers ...
Himself - Guitarist
Himself - Bassist
Iron Maiden ...
Nicko McBrain ...
Himself - Drummer
Himself - Guitarist
Himself - Guitarist
Dennis Stratton ...
Himself - Guitarist


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At the end of the Camp Chaos version of the Aces High video, one of the Nazis who ejected from a fighter Maiden shot down has "Lars" written on his shirt and is flipping the bird. This is a reference to the "anti-Metallica" cartoons Camp Chaos did prior to these Maiden videos, when Metallica shut down Napster. See more »


References Lord of the Flies (1963) See more »

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Yah this ROCKS!!!
26 April 2004 | by (Santa Cruz, CA) – See all my reviews

Iron Maiden is one of the greatest Metal bands of all time, and this collection of videos proves it! You gotta hand it to these guys, before metal became "cool" again with the hipsters (ie: the Darkness), these honorable rockers just kept pumping out what they knew best: METAL!!!! Free of pretension (unlike hipster-metal), they just do what works for them, and it rules. Everything a cool person should be into is covered here: satan, world war II, indians. Yeah, this DVD is great, although the menu is a little over achieving. But, the content rules. Metal rules. Maiden rules.

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