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Iron Maiden Albums, From Best To Worst.

There is no secret that I am a huge fan of Iron Maiden. But how do I rank their impressive catalogue? Well, here is the list:
1Iron Maiden
Powerslave


In my opinion, the best Iron Maiden ablum, and possibly also one of the best metal albums ever.
2Iron Maiden
A Matter Of Life And Death


This album really surprised me, and I consider it better than alot of their 80s albums. (I know, it's blasphemy :P)
3Iron Maiden
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son


While compared to other concept albums, the story may be a bit hard to understand, but the musicianship is excellent.
4Iron Maiden
Piece Of Mind


With drummer Nicko McBrain onboard, Iron Maiden creates an excellent album. This album also houses the ever so popular "The Trooper".
5Iron Maiden
The Number Of The Beast


After the punkish records with Paul Di' Anno, Iron Maiden needed a vocalist of Bruce Dickinsons caliber. Bruce is today seen as one of the greatest vocalists ever, and it's not hard to see why.
6Iron Maiden
The X Factor


Criminally underrated! Blaze Bayley prooves that Iron Maiden doesn't need Bruce Dickinson to create a masterpiece. The dark atmosphere suits Blaze's voice excellent, and the songs are amazing.
7Iron Maiden
The Final Frontier


Their recent album shows that Maiden won't slow down even they are in their 50s. The intro really surprises, and the latter half of the album which consists of excellent epics, are breathtaking!
8Iron Maiden
Somewhere In Time


Iron Maiden uses synth for the first time, and it works! Bruce Dickinson does his greatest performance ever on this album.
9Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden


The debut is still considered a metal classic today. And it's not hard to see why.
10Iron Maiden
Brave New World


A great "reunon" album. Bruce and Adrain in top form (as always).
11Iron Maiden
Killers


The second album with Paul Di' Anno is weaker that their debut, but is still a raw and powerful record.
12Iron Maiden
Dance Of Death


The weakest of the "reunion" albums, but still an amazing effort by the band.
13Iron Maiden
Fear Of The Dark


Filled with fillers, this is a very weak Maiden album. A few gems here and there though. Bruce Dickinson's voice is more hard-rockish than metal.
14Iron Maiden
Virtual XI


After the excellent The X Factor, Maiden had a hard time making Blaze's voice suit their style. A lot of fillers.
15Iron Maiden
No Prayer For The Dying


Iron Maiden's worst album ever! Weak songs all-over! Very few gems.
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