Despite me being a metalhead I do admit I love the uptempo pop/dance tunes of the 1980's and here's one of my all time top favorite guilty pleasures, the song is Afternoon Delights's "General Hospi-tale"
I don't understand why people are a bit hard on this song, I personally think this song is a classic and one of the best Steve Harris penned songs and ranked among my Top 10 favorite Maiden songs, I give "Heaven" a 10/10
It's a very good song but not in the league as the three Adrian Smith songs and "Heaven Can Wait" (don't understand why people dislike that song), I agree the chorus on this song isn't the best but the verses and the solos were great, overall I give "CSIT" an 8/10
It's an above average song overall because I really like the verses and the uptempo feel of the song but the chorus can get a little annoying when Blaze sings "Falling Down" repeatedly, I give it a 6/10 due to the strong verses.
My vote for my least favorite Maiden songs are "The Appiration", "Weekend Warriors" and "Virus", I don't get the hatred people have for "Back In The Village" which is IMO one of their underrated songs.
a 5/10, not really too fond of this song, can't remember the verses and always found the chorus to be annoying, I'm surprised this is a Harris penned tune when I've always assumed this was a Dickinson penned tune.
I give "Chains Of Misery" a 7/10, I don't get the hatred people have for this song, while I hardly consider it to be a great song but I enjoy it due to it being a catchy song with a good sing a long chorus.
"Virus" for some reason is a depressing song, especially the mellower parts of the song
"Fear Is The Key" is also somewhat of a depressing song due to the lyrics and Bruce seems to be going through the motions with his vocal performance.
Easily Bruce Dickinson, I've never thought Axl Rose was that great of a singer, to me it's the other musicians that makes Guns 'N Roses a great band, Bruce Dickinson is among my Top 5 favorite hard rock/metal singers of all time.
1. Rime Of The Ancient Mariner
2. Hallowed Be Thy Name
5. Hallowed Be Thy Name
6. Stranger In A Strange Land
7. The Trooper
8. The Number Of The Beast (the very first Maiden song I've ever heard)
9. Wasted Years
10. Can I Play With Madness
10/10 is what I'm allowed to rate this song since this is my all time favorite Iron Maiden song, if I could I'll gladly give this song a 100/10, at 13 and a half minutes this song never lets up, this song has everything I love in a metal/rock tune.
"Aces High" is one song I like better now than I did when I've first gotten into Maiden back in early 2001, Steve Harris is really on fire with his bass, I give the song a 9/10 (I originally gave the song a 6/10 when I've first heard of it).
I always felt "Fear Is The Key" would've been a great song but like many said the part where Bruce sings "lies and lies and lies" was annoying and grating, I wish they would've left that part off the song, overall I give "Fear Is The Key" a 7/10.