Powerslave (studio album) by Iron Maiden
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The best album by Iron Maiden is The Number Of The Beast which is ranked number 269 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 6,691.
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Their true masterpieces, even though The Duelist and Back in the Village are not as great at the rest, the other songs are all brilliant and diverse.
An outstanding beginning and end to this album make this well worth a listen especially with the volume turned up very high. The riffs and guitar solos on here are just fantastic as they are so filled with energy and passion that you can't help but love them. It is such a influential release because of this as I can imagine the huge number of people that listened to the instrumentation on here and picked up a guitar or bass in response to it. Overall, this is a must listen in the metal genre and is one of the groups greatest releases.
A piece of great influential progressive power metal. The electric guitar and drums work is just amazing. I really love first 3 and last 2 tracks - more than a half of the record.
The album that inspired me to learn bass. Steve Harris does amazingly well on here!
Surprised myself with how much I dug this album as metal is far from my usual shtick. The anthemic riffs, solos and power chords utterly kick some serious butt
If you can’t be bothered listening to the entire album (and really you should) then at the very least power up the final two tracks in “Powerslave” and “Rime of the Ancient Matiner” and crank that volume dial up to 11
classic slice of 80's metal
Very influental album for whole power metal genre.
Along with 'Number of the Beast' this is easily Maiden's greatest other album. Every song is absolute metal bliss. The start of them venturing into a bit of prog metal with 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' was an ultimate success. A must for any metal fan.
One of the best power metal album
More consistent than Number of the Beast. That makes this their best.
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