Discussion in 'Can I Play with Madness?' started by Mosh, Nov 12, 2018.
You are missing out..
3. Piece of Mind 10/10
The Trooper and Revelations are o v e r p l a y e d, o v e r r a t e d, and o v e r e x p o s e d. The other songs are masterpieces though.
If Somewhere in Time is not number one then all feelings are lost and we are no longer friends.
Powerslave already left so this list is already full of .
Don't let Cried catch you swearing!
TBOS, PS, and TNOTB being so low already makes us enemies.
2. A Matter of Life and Death 10/10
This is not the best Maiden album but it’s close.
Can you guess what my #1 is?
Live After Death.
The Majesty of Gaia
The Wrathchild (live) single from the 'Legacy of the Beast Live 2019' album
OK, this has to be a joke since you've been a Maiden fan a lot longer than 6 months.
The writeups are a joke. I think these might be his actual rankings. Though SiT at #1 has me suspicious.
He's literally called PoM the best Maiden album elsewhere so I doubt it.
Fucking spoilers, Collin!!!
I recall him saying that somewhere. But deep down Mosh knows he's wrong. This list is atonement.
Everybody knows that Somewhere in Time is the best Iron Maiden album ever! I spoiled nothing!
Fixed. Much better!
It is amazing how you managed to pinpoint time and place Maiden were at when they were making this album. Excellent choice of words.
1: Somewhere In Time 11/10
Not only is this the greatest Maiden album, but it’s the best album in the history of music. This is from Maiden’s glory days, before Steve Harris ruined the band by writing repetitive choruses all the time. They took a huge risk too with the sound. How many metal bands were using synthesizers in the mid-80s? Maiden are innovators. I just wish they’d play more from it live. It’s too bad Bruce Dickinson despises this album and refuses to give the fans (and the rest of the band) what they really want. I’m 100% certain they’ll play Alexander the Great on the 2019 leg of the LOTB tour though. A game dev told me so.
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