|Visions of the Beast|
|Released||2 June 2003|
|Iron Maiden chronology|
Visions of the Beast was released by Iron Maiden on 2 June 2003 and contains every promotional video through 2001's Rock in Rio . It is basically an updated version of The First Ten Years: The Videos and From There to Eternity . It also includes never-before-seen Camp Chaos animated versions of six definitive Iron Maiden songs, interactive menus and discographies, and some special hidden extras.
|1.||"Women in Uniform"||Greg Macainsh||1980 ~ Women in Uniform|
|2.||"Wrathchild" (Live in 1980)||Steve Harris||1981 ~ Live at the Rainbow|
|3.||"Run to the Hills"||Harris||1982 ~ The Number of the Beast|
|4.||"The Number of the Beast"||Harris||1982 ~ The Number of the Beast|
|5.||"Flight of Icarus"||Adrian Smith, Bruce Dickinson||1983 ~ Piece of Mind|
|6.||"The Trooper"||Harris||1983 ~ Piece of Mind|
|7.||"2 Minutes to Midnight"||Smith, Dickinson||1984 ~ Powerslave|
|8.||"Aces High"||Harris||1984 ~ Powerslave|
|9.||"Wasted Years"||Smith||1986 ~ Somewhere in Time|
|10.||"Stranger in a Strange Land"||Smith||1986 ~ Somewhere in Time|
|11.||"Can I Play With Madness"||Smith, Dickinson, Harris||1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son|
|12.||"The Evil That Men Do"||Smith, Dickinson, Harris||1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son|
|13.||"The Clairvoyant"||Harris||1988 ~ Seventh Son of a Seventh Son|
|14.||"Infinite Dreams" (Live in 1988)||Harris||1989 ~ Maiden England|
|15.||"Holy Smoke"||Harris, Dickinson||1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying|
|16.||"Tailgunner"||Harris, Dickinson||1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying|
|17.||"Aces High" (Camp Chaos Version)||Harris||1984 ~ Powerslave|
|18.||"The Number of the Beast" (Camp Chaos Version)||Harris||1982 ~ The Number of the Beast|
|19.||"Futureal" (Football Version)||Harris, Blaze Bayley||1998 ~ Virtual XI|
|20.||"Fear of the Dark" (Live in 2001)||Harris||2002 ~ Rock in Rio|
|21.||"Man on the Edge" (Fun Version) (Easter Egg)||Bayley, Janick Gers||1995 ~ The X Factor|
|1.||"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter"||Dickinson||1990 ~ No Prayer for the Dying|
|2.||"Be Quick or Be Dead"||Dickinson, Gers||1992 ~ Fear of the Dark|
|3.||"From Here to Eternity"||Harris||1992 ~ Fear of the Dark|
|4.||"Wasting Love"||Dickinson, Gers||1992 ~ Fear of the Dark|
|5.||"Fear of the Dark" (Live in 1992)||Harris||1993 ~ Live at Donington|
|6.||"Hallowed Be Thy Name" (Live in 1992)||Harris||1993 ~ Live at Donington|
|7.||"Man on the Edge"||Bayley, Gers||1995 ~ The X Factor|
|8.||"Afraid to Shoot Strangers" (Live in 1995)||Harris||Previously Unreleased|
|9.||"Lord of the Flies"||Gers, Harris||1995 ~ The X Factor|
|10.||"Virus"||Harris, Gers, Dave Murray, Bayley||1996 ~ Virus|
|11.||"The Angel and the Gambler"||Harris||1998 ~ Virtual XI|
|12.||"Futureal"||Harris, Bayley||1998 ~ Virtual XI|
|13.||"The Wicker Man"||Smith, Harris, Dickinson||2000 ~ Brave New World|
|14.||"Out of the Silent Planet"||Gers, Dickinson, Harris||2000 ~ Brave New World|
|15.||"Brave New World" (Live in 2001)||Murray, Harris, Dickinson||2002 ~ Rock in Rio|
|16.||"The Wicker Man" (Camp Chaos Version)||Smith, Harris, Dickinson||2000 ~ Brave New World|
|17.||"Run to the Hills" (Camp Chaos Version)||Harris||1982 ~ The Number of the Beast|
|18.||"Flight of Icarus" (Camp Chaos Version)||Smith, Dickinson||1983 ~ Piece of Mind|
|19.||"The Trooper" (Camp Chaos Version) (Easter Egg)||Harris||1983 ~ Piece of Mind|
Production credits are adapted from the DVD liner notes.
|Austria||Ö3 Austria Top 10 DVD||5|
|United Kingdom||UK Music Video Charts||2|
|Finland||The Official Finnish Charts||1|
|Canada (Music Canada)||3× Platinum||30,000^|
|Finland (Musiikkituottajat)||2× Platinum||21,309|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Platinum||50,000^|
|United States (RIAA)||2× Platinum||100,000^|
*sales figures based on certification alone
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