11th March 2002
1. Run To The Hills (Harris)
2. 22, Acacia Avenue (live) (Harris, Smith)
3. The Prisoner (live) (Smith, Harris)
- Run To The Hills (video) (Harris)
In late 2001, Iron Maiden found out that their former drummer Clive Burr was suffering from multiple sclerosis, a wasting disease that affects the central nervous system. In order to help Clive, Iron Maiden set up the "Clive Burr MS Trust Fund" and played 3 shows at the Brixton Academy in London on 19th, 20th, and 21st March 2002. They also released the Run To The Hills singles, Parts I and II, and donated all profits from the gigs and singles to the trust fund. The live renditions of '22 Acacia Avenue' and 'The Prisoner' can also be found on the BBC Archives album, which is part of the Eddie's Archive box set.
Run To The Hills (Harris)
This is the same version as on the Number Of The Beast album released in 1982.
22, Acacia Avenue (live) (Harris, Smith)
This live version of '22, Acacia Avenue' was recorded during the Beast On The Road Tour at the Reading Festival on 28th August 1982.
The Prisoner (live) (Smith, Harris)
This live version of 'The Prisoner' was recorded during the Beast On The Road Tour at the Reading Festival on 28th August 1982.
Run To The Hills (video) (Harris)
This is the Camp Chaos version of the video, where the original video has been spiced up with a little cartoon story. There, an Eddie straight out of the Stranger In A Strange Land single cover saves an alien species from the slavery imposed by some weird space cowboys on a frozen planet. Quite fun to watch!