IRON MAIDEN's "Death on the Road" and WHITESNAKE's "Live – In the Still of the Night" DVDs have entered the U.K. Top Music DVDs and Videos chart at positions No. 1 and 2, respectively. View the entire chart at this location.

As previously reported, IRON MAIDEN's new live DVD, "Death on the Road", will receive big-screen debut on Tuesday, February 21 in select cities across the U.S. This will be the North American premiere of "Death on the Road", captured live during their 2003 "Dance of Death Tour" and filmed at the Westenfalenhalle Arena, Dortmund, Germany. More information is available at this location.

WHITESNAKE's "In the Still of the Night" DVD was recorded with 13 cameras in October 2004 at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. Produced by Coming Home Studios, in association with Done & Dusted, and shot in 1080/24PsF High Definition, the DVD features four different audio soundtracks — stereo, 5.1 SRS Circle Surround, 5.1 Multi-channel, and 5.1 DTS. The DVD, directed by celebrated live concert director Hamish Hamilton (credits include U2, MADONNA, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS and USHER), also boasts a behind-the-scenes documentary and photo gallery.


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