Iron Maiden, From Best To Worst


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Created by: Kalmari | 05.04.2012






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10.04.2012 - 10:46
kalkeon
Don't agree, A Matter Of Life And Death should be around 11 or something and the first 2 albums were absolutely magnificent. Also the albums between the Bruce Dickinson periodes were not bad.
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10.04.2012 - 13:30
Kalmari
Written by kalkeon on 10.04.2012 at 10:46

Don't agree, A Matter Of Life And Death should be around 11 or something and the first 2 albums were absolutely magnificent. Also the albums between the Bruce Dickinson periodes were not bad.

Opinions... AMOLAD is easily my favorite Maiden album, I think it's their most dynamic work and contains their best songwriting. The first 2 albums were good, but not as good as albums like Brave New World or Powerslave. The Blaze era albums weren't bad songwriting wise (though the worst of Maiden), but they had a horrible production which killed a lot of the dynamism that for example Martin Birch brought to the their albums.
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10.04.2012 - 13:46
The Shape 1973
Each to their own I suppose. I agree with your bottom 4, but would have put Fear Of The Dark in the top 2 along with SSOASS.
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10.04.2012 - 15:53
kalkeon
Fear of the dark is in my opinion the worst album there were in total 2 good songs the rest is terrible. But Number of the Beast has definitely the best songs but not the whole album through. AMOLAD is a good album but it doesn't give me goosebumbs. ssoass would be at the botom because it isn't really Heavy Metal like they supposed to make.
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15.07.2012 - 03:12
mrgod
Fear Of The Dark at 11...you're out of your mind!
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15.07.2012 - 03:18
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by mrgod on 15.07.2012 at 03:12

Fear Of The Dark at 11...you're out of your mind!


yeah it should be lower
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