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Rock in Rio Video by Iron Maiden Released July 16, 2002 (2002-07-16) Recorded Rock in Rio festival, on January 19, 2001 Genre Heavy metal Length 125:00 Label Sanctuary Iron Maiden video chronology Classic Albums: The Number of the Beast (2001) Rock in Rio (2002) Visions of the Beast (2003) Rock in Rio is a double DVD set (also available on VHS & UMD[1]) of heavy metal band, Iron Maiden. Besides showing the entire performance at the Rock in Rio show, the second disc also includes three special features with interviews with band members, a short documentary on the day in the life of Iron Maiden, and photos by official photographer, Ross Halfin. It claimed the number one slot on the US Soundscan Music DVD Charts in its first week of release, while gaining number two on the Soundscan Music Video Charts[2]. The performance featured at least one song from every Iron Maiden album released to this point apart from 1986's Somewhere in Time and 1990's No Prayer for the Dying. The DVD was released worldwide by EMI on June 10, 2002, and in the U.S. by Columbia Music Video in the U.S. It was the final show on the band's 2000-2001 tour to support the album Brave New World. The concert had over 250,000 audience members. The video was edited by bassist/founder Steve Harris. This was Iron Maiden's first live DVD release. Contents 1 Track listing 1.1 Disc one 1.2 Disc two 2 Credits 3 Certifications 4 References // Track listing Disc one "Intro: Arthur's Farewell" "The Wicker Man" "Ghost of the Navigator" "Brave New World" "Wrathchild" "2 Minutes to Midnight" "Blood Brothers" "Sign of the Cross" "The Mercenary" "The Trooper" "Dream of Mirrors" "The Clansman" "The Evil That Men Do" "Fear of the Dark" "Iron Maiden" "The Number of the Beast" "Hallowed Be Thy Name" "Sanctuary" "Run to the Hills" Disc two Candid interviews with the band members. "A Day in the Life" of Iron Maiden. Ross Halfin Photo Diary - 50 exclusive photos from Iron Maiden's South American Tour, commentary from official photographer, Ross Halfin. Several secret short videos. Credits Bruce Dickinson - lead vocals Dave Murray - guitar Adrian Smith - guitar, backing vocals Janick Gers - guitar Steve Harris - bass, keyboards, backing vocals Nicko McBrain - drums, percussion Certifications Country Certification Sales United States Platinum[3] 1,000,000+ Canada 2x Platinum[4] 20,000+ References ^ ^ ^ RIAA certification. Retrieved December 28, 2008. ^ "Gold & Platinum Certification – June 2003". Canadian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2010-08-20.  v • d • e Iron Maiden Bruce Dickinson · Steve Harris · Dave Murray · Adrian Smith · Janick Gers · Nicko McBrain Blaze Bayley · Clive Burr · Paul Di'Anno · Dennis Stratton · Doug Sampson (details) Studio albums Iron Maiden · Killers · The Number of the Beast · Piece of Mind · Powerslave · Somewhere in Time · Seventh Son of a Seventh Son · No Prayer for the Dying · Fear of the Dark · The X Factor · Virtual XI · Brave New World · Dance of Death · A Matter of Life and Death · The Final Frontier Live albums Live After Death · Maiden England · A Real Live One · A Real Dead One · A Real Live Dead One · Live at Donington · Rock in Rio · The BBC Archives · Beast over Hammersmith · Death on the Road · Flight 666 Extended plays The Soundhouse Tapes · Live!! +one · Maiden Japan · No More Lies Compilations Best of the Beast · Ed Hunter · Edward the Great · Best of the 'B' Sides · The Essential Iron Maiden · Somewhere Back in Time Box sets The First Ten Years · Eddie's Head · Eddie's Archive Video albums Live at the Rainbow · Video Pieces · Behind the Iron Curtain · Live After Death · 12 Wasted Years · Maiden England · The First Ten Years · From There to Eternity · Donington Live 1992 · Raising Hell · Rock in Rio · Visions of the Beast · The Early Days · Death on the Road · Flight 666 Singles "Running Free" · "Sanctuary" · "Women in Uniform" · "Twilight Zone" · "Purgatory" · "Run to the Hills" · "The Number of the Beast" · "Flight of Icarus" · "The Trooper" · "2 Minutes to Midnight" · "Aces High" · "Wasted Years" · "Stranger in a Strange Land" · "Can I Play with Madness" · "The Evil That Men Do" · "The Clairvoyant" · "Infinite Dreams (live)" · "Holy Smoke" · "Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" · "Be Quick or Be Dead" · "From Here to Eternity" · "Wasting Love" · "Fear of the Dark (live)" · "Hallowed Be Thy Name (live)" · "Man on the Edge" · "Lord of the Flies" · "Virus" · "The Angel and the Gambler" · "Futureal" · "The Wicker Man" · "Out of the Silent Planet" · "Wildest Dreams" · "Rainmaker" · "The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg" · "Different World" · "El Dorado" Tours Supporting "Metal for Muthas Tour" · "British Steel Tour" · "Unmasked Tour" · "World Wide Blitz Tour" · "Blackout Tour" · "Special Forces Tour" Headlining "Iron Maiden Tour" · "Killer World Tour" · "The Beast on the Road" · "World Piece Tour" · "World Slavery Tour" · "Somewhere on Tour" · "7th Tour of a 7th Tour" · "No Prayer on the Road" · "Fear of the Dark Tour" · "Real Live Tour" · "The X Factour" · "Virtual XI World Tour" · "The Ed Hunter Tour" · "Brave New World Tour" · "Give Me Ed... 'Til I'm Dead Tour"  · "Dance of Death World Tour" · "Eddie Rips Up the World Tour" · "A Matter of Life and Death Tour" · "Somewhere Back in Time World Tour" · "The Final Frontier World Tour" Related articles Members · Discography · Tours · Songs · Awards · Eddie · Tributes · Urchin · Kevin Shirley · Derek Riggs · Rod Smallwood · Martin Birch · Psycho Motel · Samson · Michael Kenney  · The Entire Population of Hackney · Charlotte the Harlot Book:Iron Maiden · Category:Iron Maiden · Portal:Iron Maiden