The First Ten Years: The Videos

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The First Ten Years: The Videos
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ReleasedNovember 1990 (1990-11)
1992 (1992) (reissue)
Genre Heavy metal
Length1:13:00
Label PMI
Iron Maiden chronology
Maiden England
(1989)
The First Ten Years: The Videos
(1990)
Donington Live 1992
(1993)
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From There to Eternity is an American extended version of The First Ten Years: The Videos, including tracks through the band's 1992 album Fear of the Dark
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The First Ten Years: The Videos (re-issued as From There to Eternity) is a VHS and laserdisc music video compilation released by the heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1990. It features all of the band's promotional videos from 1980-1990. The video is an addition to The First Ten Years CD/double 12" single series, also released by Iron Maiden in 1990.

Contents

Track listing

Songs
No.TitleWriter(s)Original ReleaseLength
1."Women in Uniform" (Skyhooks Cover) Greg Macainsh 1980 ~ Women in Uniform  
2."Wrathchild" (Live in 1980) Steve Harris 1981 ~ Live at the Rainbow  
3."Run to the Hills"Harris1982 ~ The Number of the Beast  
4."The Number of the Beast"Harris1982 ~ The Number of the Beast 
5."Flight of Icarus" Adrian Smith, Bruce Dickinson 1983 ~ Piece of Mind  
6."The Trooper"Harris1983 ~ Piece of Mind 
7."2 Minutes to Midnight"Smith, Dickinson1984 ~ Powerslave  
8."Aces High"Harris1984 ~ Powerslave 
9."Running Free" (Live in 1985)Harris, Paul Di'Anno 1985 ~ Live After Death  
10."Wasted Years"Smith1986 ~ Somewhere in Time  
11."Stranger in a Strange Land"Smith1986 ~ Somewhere in Time 
12."Can I Play With Madness"Smith, Dickinson, Harris1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son  
13."The Evil That Men Do"Smith, Dickinson, Harris1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son 
14."The Clairvoyant"Harris1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son 
15."Infinite Dreams" (Live in 1988)Harris1989 ~ Maiden England  
16."Holy Smoke"Harris, Dickinson1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying  
17."Tailgunner"Harris, Dickinson1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying 
18."Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter"Dickinson1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying 
19."Be Quick or Be Dead"Dickinson, Janick Gers 1992 ~ Fear of the Dark  
20."Wasting Love"Dickinson, Gers1992 ~ Fear of the Dark 
21."From Here to Eternity"Harris1992 ~ Fear of the Dark 
Tracks 17–21 were included on the 1992 reissue of The First Ten Years: The Videos, re-titled as From There to Eternity.

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada) [2] Gold5,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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