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Discussion in 'Iron Maiden' started by Susie, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Susie

    Susie Member

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    Hello i'm new here and i was just wondering what would be the best album for me to listen to first? i have only listened to a few songs :)
     
  2. anonymousnick2001

    anonymousnick2001 World's Greatest Vocalist

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    You're so lying.
     
  3. MRBEAST

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    most every maiden fan has a specific era in the bands career they think far outshines the rest but nobody agrees on what it is.

    7th son
    brave new world
    powerslave
    x factor
    killers

    theyre all good places to start, but the songs the band is best known for are on
    piece of mind and number of the beast so even though those 2 dont come up as peoples favorites as much, they are probably the best to start with.
     
  4. MRBEAST

    MRBEAST See my member

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    she's new on this forum, she didnt say she was new to um
     
  5. Rodrigo

    Rodrigo Heat in 7

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    If you want to hear the albums with the best known songs then that would be Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind & Powerslave. Somewhere in Time and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son are also excellent albums that employ the use of synths. The first two albums (Iron Maiden and Killers) are with Paul Di'anno at the vocals and they are very raw and almost punk-like and they are usually overlooked but they are also great albums. Basically any album from Iron Maiden - Seventh Son are worth owning, after that I believe there is no "must get" album unless you really want to own them. I like a few of them but not as much as their earlier stuff.
     
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    anonymousnick2001 World's Greatest Vocalist

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    So? I'm pretty sure she knows Maiden.
     
  7. Profanity

    Profanity The Post Master

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    I dont actually i am from england but havent listened to much maiden at all :)
     
  9. Susie

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    I should of known you would be here hahhaaha :p see you cant get away from me this easy :D
     
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    Thankyou MR BEAST :)
     
  11. John Silver

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    The only albums all Maiden fans can agree on:

    The Number of the beast
    Seventh son of a seventh son
    Piece of mind
    Somewhere in time
     
  12. TxBraSlinger

    TxBraSlinger MEE MEE MEE MEE MEEP!!

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    Another Susie in the house I see. Welcome abroad!
     
  13. Profanity

    Profanity The Post Master

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    Wrong!

    I'm a huge Maiden fan and have been for many years and I find SSOASS to be a total borefest as well as untr00 Maiden. SIT is ok but nothing special. NOB and POM every Maiden fan will agree on.
     
  14. John Silver

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    Then I bet you're the only Maiden fan who doesn't like SSOASS.
     
  15. Profanity

    Profanity The Post Master

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    So every Maiden fan likes the keyboard sound which softens the Metal?

    So every Maiden fan will sit and listen to the story without getting bored?

    Don't they think that each song sounds practically the same?
     
  16. John Silver

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    Profanity, you say the dumbest things.
     
  17. BigBronco4x4

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    Brave New World.
     
  18. Profanity

    Profanity The Post Master

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    What's so dumb about what I said?
     
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    I agree 100% with Profanity. SSOASS is soooooooooooooooooooooo overrated and boring. Frankly I'm baffled why people seem to like this album so much. The only reasonable explanation I've found is due to the time it was released-1988- Metal was mainstream and a lot of noob metal and Maiden listeners started with this album. Surely anyone that listened to Maiden prior to 1988 has to realize how mediocre SSOASS really is...
     
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    oooh.. I'm so true.. I was listening to metal and Maiden since the very beginning!
     

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