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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Rherien, Dec 8, 2017.
Along with Megadeth.
This is all I'm going to do to you from now on. You suck at the Internet.
Is that a promise?
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I got to interject in that Maiden debate. You even pasted a picture of one of their best albums, i.e. No Prayer for the Dying.
Talk about an insane album. Stand out songs include
Public Enema No. 1
Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter
Hooks in You
No Prayer for the Dying
And even the "filler" is songs like Mother Russia and Tailgunner.
Definitely in my Maiden Top 3.
Filler has been around for a long time. But what I meant is that you no longer have albums like Reign in Blood or Spiritual Healing. There's a higher chance of having one or two standout songs that were made into music videos and then a whole lotta crap *insert guitar slide*.
this is an unbelievable disgrace...
When you buddypalgots get on the Brave New World train, you will see the light.
Already there nizzle, great album.
the band Falling in Reverse. Ultimate cringe.
I'm 100% on board with that. I never really cared for any post-Seventh Son Maiden myself.
The only thing I really disagree with is Number of the Beast being equal to Powerslave in quality.
Both of those albums are apples and oranges, IMO. Number Of The Beast is straight-up metal, and Powerslave is where they start to tread into prog-metal territory. I could see them being equally great, though. Powerslave, though, was Maiden's last true quality album. Somewhere In Time and Seventh Son are OK, but were the start of Maiden's decline.
They lost me at No Prayer for the Dying. There’s a reason Adrian Smith fucked off when it was being recorded.
Don't get me wrong, Somewhere and Seventh Son have great tracks on them. But I think they pale in comparison to their first 5 albums.
I don't really like Fear of the Dark, but this version is fun as hell:
Maiden has some dubious songs/albums to their credit, but even the less great stuff is much better than a lot of stuff you'll hear. Their sound, and they know it. For example, check out El Dorado on The Final Frontier. Some good stuff still left in that band.
Or Paschendale on Dance of Death.