Live at Donington [Limited Edition]

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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
As the title says, Live at Donington was recorded live at England's annual heavy metal festival, Castle Donington, on August 22, 1993. The performances are definitely an improvement over the disappointingly lackluster A Real Live Dead One collection taken from the same tour, while the track listing is a near-exact duplicate of Dead One. Highlights include such Iron Maiden oldies but goodies as "The Number of the Beast," "Wrathchild," "2 Minutes to Midnight," "Hallowed Be Thy Name," "Iron Maiden," and the then-recent favs "Tailgunner," "Fear of the Dark," "Bring Your Daughter...to the Slaughter," and "Can I Play With Madness?" While fans of Maiden's more obscure material may ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
As the title says, Live at Donington was recorded live at England's annual heavy metal festival, Castle Donington, on August 22, 1993. The performances are definitely an improvement over the disappointingly lackluster A Real Live Dead One collection taken from the same tour, while the track listing is a near-exact duplicate of Dead One. Highlights include such Iron Maiden oldies but goodies as "The Number of the Beast," "Wrathchild," "2 Minutes to Midnight," "Hallowed Be Thy Name," "Iron Maiden," and the then-recent favs "Tailgunner," "Fear of the Dark," "Bring Your Daughter...to the Slaughter," and "Can I Play With Madness?" While fans of Maiden's more obscure material may prefer A Real Live Dead One, Live at Donington proves to be the better of the two on the strength of its far more inspired performances. While 1985's Live After Death remains Iron Maiden's definitive live collection, Live at Donington proved to be a proper follow-up. [On all of Iron Maiden's 1998 reissues on Raw Power a multimedia section is featured on the CD, which includes videos, band biographies, tour date history, and photo galleries.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/26/2002
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • UPC: 696998622227
  • Catalog Number: 86222
  • Sales rank: 34,964

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Iron Maiden Primary Artist
Mike Kenney Keyboards
Technical Credits
Bruce Dickinson Composer
Barry Guy Contributor
Adrian Smith Composer
Janick Gers Composer
Steve Harris Composer, Producer
Mick McKenna Engineer
Barry St. John Contributor
Hugh Gilmour Art Direction, Reissue Design
Rod Smallwood Management
Tony Webster Contributor
Ian Shurmer Contributor
Tim Young Mastering
Andy Taylor Management
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Maiden Shines the Blade Again

    One professional reviewer said that this album was too sythesized. I don't agree. This album gleems of precise guitar work. Sure there is synthesizer backing, but it only adds to the precise, constantly moving feel of the album. Excellent work. A great addition to any 80s metal fan with an ear for great guitar leads and powerful vocals.

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