If you want to compare the two albums, sure, feel free, but that's not a statement of consistency over a discography. You're inventing a rubric that conveniently fits your narrative by dicing a potentially-coherent argument into infinitesimal meaningless yet true premises. In any case, Caught Somewhere in Time is a boring overly-repetitive song, worse than anything on Turbo aside from Parental Guidance. Heaven Can Wait is also pretty ugly with its ham-fisted vocal melodies and another repetitive chorus (though the bridge section is excellent), and worse than anything on Turbo aside from Parental Guidance. Seventh Son is a pretty weak album; The Evil That Men Do is worse than anything on Jugulator, let alone Turbo, and on the whole it has a disturbing lack of meaningful riffs. "Uninterrupted" is another meaningless and arbitrary rubric; Priest changed quite a bit from album to album, but while the overall run from 74 through 90 was bumpy, it showed a pretty consistent average nonetheless. By contrast, it is widely consensus (though not my personal opinion) that Maiden's 80s albums were great, their 90s albums shit, and their reunion albums mediocre.