"This is the album that spawned the classic Live After Death Tour. This album will have metal musicians salivating for years to come. Highlights include; Aces High, Two Minutes to Midnight, Powerslave, Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Manditory Maiden."
"A classic album that polarized fans over the use of guitar synths. The production is more crowded and processed than most Maiden albums, but that is not necessary a bad thing. This is a very futuristic sounding album and the cover is fitting. Highlights include: The whole album. Mandatory Maiden"
"Maiden decided to opt for a more theatrical sound over straight ahead rocking.Album features use of keyboards for enhancement purposes. The results are stunning. One of the best concept albums ever. Highlights include: Infinite Dreams, The Evil That Men Do,and The Clairvoyant. Mandatory Maiden."
"Bruce and Adrian return. This album should have been released after Seventh Son. Many good songs, but slower songs make this not a great live album. This one starts off strong, but it fizzles towards the end. Excellent vocals and high production. Highlights include:Wicker Man, Flight of the Navigator, Brave New World, Blood Brothers.Take it or Leave it."
"Adrian leaves and Bruce adopts a raspier singing style.Janick enters the band;many fans do not welcome his dirtier,chaotic guitar solos, preferring Adrians articulated compositions. This is a reversal from the previous Seventh Son album. Iron Maiden's first "disappointing album" There are still some good songs though. Highlights: Tailgunner, Mother Russia.Take it or Leave it."
"This was the last album to feature Bruce when he originally left. Despite having two classic songs, the rest of the album was aweful.The only thing worth listening to on this album are Fear of the Dark and Afraid to Shoot Strangers. Two great songs. Buy the tracks, but not the album. Leave it."