Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
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Based on 2 reviews
1988 Ratings: #37 / 126
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Based on 119 ratings
1988 Ratings: #5
April 11, 1988 / Release Date
LP / Format
EMI / Label
Heavy Metal, Metal / Genres
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I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Iron Maiden in the '80s were undefeated! Their time in the '80s held some of the most consistently fantastic records in metal history, and definitely solidifies them as one of the greatest in metal. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son marks the end of this amazing decade for them, and now I'm onto their '90s releases, which - from what I've heard - has some of their more lackluster outings, so I can't say I'm looking forward to that.

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Underrated gem in Maidens discography. I'd say the synths divided a lot of fans when this came out (my father being one of them) but I love the ambition and prog direction they were going for. Fantastic metal album from start to finish.
Masterpiece. Epic from start to finish. Amazing piece of work.
Moonchild- 100/100
Infinite Dreams- 96/100
Can I Play With Madness- 100/100
The Evil That Men Do- 94/100
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son- 97/100
The Prophecy- 90/100
The Clairvoyant- 100/100
Only the Good Die Young- 95/100
No son tan brutales como en sus primeros discos, pero siguen sonando muy bien.
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Added on: December 21, 2013