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four of my fav songs...........awesome pure awesome (IMHO)
 

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Iron Maiden....great band. My favorite 5 albums by them are:


1. The Number Of The Beast
2. Iron Maiden
3. Killers
4. The Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
5. Somewhere In time
 

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Iron Maiden & Killers are my two favourite 'Maiden' albums.

Paul Di'Anno
 
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1. Powerslave
2. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
3. Iron Maiden
4. Number of the Beast
5. Piece of Mind

There is a couple of B-sides bootleg compilations out there.
 

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Iron Maiden- It don't get any better guy's this is there best album with all there best songs on it.

Killers- A great follow to the first album and there second best album.

Number of the Beast- A lot of people rate this album and it's ok but I like more cos Clive Burr is drumming on it rather than the songs although 'Hallow Be Thy Name' is a minor classic.

Piece of Mind
- Again it's ok and 'The Trooper' is a fan favourite but overall it isn't anything special.

Somewhere in Time
- No comment.

Powerslave
- A lot of Maiden fan's like this album and even though I have it I've never played it?.

Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
- I played this album a number of times in the past and quite like it especially 'The Evil That Men Do' and apparently it has a 'progressive rock vibe' to it not that I ever noticed??.

Prayer for the Dying
- Apart from 'Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter' the rest isn't much.

Fear of the Dark
- Ok I suppose and the title track is catchy.


E-Z
 
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1. Powerslave
2. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
3. Iron Maiden
4. Number of the Beast
5. Piece of Mind

There is a couple of B-sides bootleg compilations out there.

I had the ten 1995 Castle re-releases with the 2nd CD's containing all or most of the b-sides (plus Maiden Japan). I sold the used set on ebay last year for $250.


Prayer for the Dying- Apart from 'Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter' the rest isn't much.

E-Z

The Dickenson/Gers solo version of the song is pretty good too. It's on (at least) the Nightmare On Elm Street 5 soundtrack.
 

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Maybe the band has run it's course and should call it a day?.

Steve get ya hair cut dude and get yourself a 'proper job' and Dave you could become a publican and run a real boozer out in Essex!. Just an idea lads?.

E-Z
 
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My top 5 Maiden albums at the moment.
1. Killers
2. Powerslave
3. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
4. Brave New World
5. Iron Maiden
 

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