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Iron Maiden Ranked

Discounting live albums and "best of" packages. This is exceptionally difficult as they have so many classic albums. Up the Irons!
1Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast

It may seem too obvious but its hard to argue with its success, influence, and overall greatness. Having "Hallowed Be Thy Name" doesn't hurt either.
2Iron Maiden
Somewhere In Time

A personal preference. No filler and some powerful moments, notably "Waster Years" and the title track.
3Iron Maiden
A Matter of Life and Death

I was tempted to put this at one or two, and may have if it wasn't still relatively new. This album is simply a beautiful and gigantic assault on your senses. Unbelievably strong and consistent considering what usually happens to bands at their age.
4Iron Maiden

Number 1 to many, its hard to argue with the greatness of the first two and last two tracks. I'm one of those that believe the middle is pretty much filler however.
5Iron Maiden
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Has some of the more commercial work of their career up to this point, notably "Can I Play With Madness." Very little weaknesses are found, although there is no track present that is one of their all time classics in my opinion.
6Iron Maiden
Piece of Mind

Alot of filler is present, including their worst song ever recorded, "Quest for Fire." Tremendous songs like "Revelations," "The Trooper," and "Where Eagles Dare" make up for it.
7Iron Maiden
Brave New World

Huge comeback album from the Bailey days. Strong and epic throughout.
8Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden

The original, and it is probably higher on many other's lists. One of the best debuts in history, I only wish Bruce would have sang on it.
9Iron Maiden
Dance of Death

Not as strong as Brave New World but contains one of their top 5 songs in "Paschendale" and a personal favorite in "No More Lies." Much better than I anticipated it would be at release.
10Iron Maiden
Fear of the Dark

4 outstanding songs are slightly muddled by a great deal of filler. The title track turns into the greatest song ever written when in a live setting.
11Iron Maiden

The first Maiden record I owned. "Wrathchild" is classic, although the two instrumentals are among the strongest tracks. This doesn't neccessarily bode well for the rest of the album. "Murders in the Rue Morgue" is love or hate.
12Iron Maiden
No Prayer for the Dying

By far the worst Dickinson album. Bruce completely mailed this one in. Aside from "Mother Russia" and the title track, this is entirely skippable.
13Iron Maiden
The X Factor

This may be too harsh, as "Sign of the Cross" is outstanding. The only problem is lounge singer Bailey can't hold his weight, although this is far superior to their next release with him.
14Iron Maiden
Virtual XI

The band was basically phoning it in and cashing checks at this point. Not quite disgraceful, but close.
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