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Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden were in their stride by Somewhere In Time. Taking the formula of Powerslave and adding the extra layer of 80's synth. This was the start of the more experimental side to Iron Maiden. The epic Alexander the Great doesn't reach the same heights as Rime of the Ancient Mariner or To Tame a Land, but for me that is the only main downside of this album. Recommended tracks: Wasted Years, Caught Somewhere in Time, and Stranger in a Strange Land.
Iron Maiden Killers
Killers for me is one of my least favourite Iron Maiden albums. I have come back and re-listened to it many times over the years but it has never clicked with me the way the self-titled album did. Recommended tracks: Wrathchild, Killers, and Purgatory.
Igorrr Spirituality and Distortion
This album is a crazy eclectic combination of music styles. The base and core is rooted in metal, but there are so many genres and influences in this mental mixing pot. There are classical, operatic, electronic, eastern influences just to name a few that stuck with me. This is by no means an easy listen, but each listen rewarded me with discovering something new. If you want a challenging and truly experimental album, I highly recommend this. being a fan of Devin Townsend I thought I had heard odd and experimental choices in music, but Igorrr takes it to another level. Tracks to check out: Parpaing (with George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher on guest
The Black Dahlia Murder Verminous
Testament Titans Of Creation
New album Titans of Creation is a fantastic slab of modern thrash metal. It puts some of the recent releases of the thrash big 4 of Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax to shame.rTracks to check out: Curse of Osiris, Code of Hammurabi, and Children of the Next Level
Trivium What The Dead Men Say
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Brave New World. Easily one of my favourite Iron Maiden albums. With the return of Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith to the fold after the mid 90's albums with Blaze Bayley as the vocalist. This album marks a triumphant return to form. Combining the classic feels of the 80's albums with tracks like The Wicker Man with its shorter run time and anthemic chorus. There is a more progressive nature to this album of Ghost of the Navigator, Out of the Silent Planet, Dream of Mirrors, and The Nomad. The band have always dabbled with this side if you think of Rime of the Ancient Mariner, but to me it draws on the work the band started on The X Factor a

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