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2 stars The most disapointing album that Iron Maiden released while in the midst of the great Bruce Dickinson. No Prayer for the Dying was, as I shall say an album that let me down. Bruce's voice wasn't that good, and the music wasn't satisfying like it had always been. Bring Your Daughter.... To the Slaughter was the only decent song with Holy Smoke which I didn't care for at all. The album lacked more than vocals and music, it lacked the energy that Iron Maiden usually put out in a spectacular notion. I'm not going to give it a 1, that would be to cold for the two songs that made it a decent album. But this album had to much potential to be slaughtered in the such. I'm sorry to bash on it so harshly but it's really my most disliked album aside Virtual XI and The X-Factor. I tried not to compare to the old mastperieces of IM, and even then I still couldn't find the magic of Iron Maiden. 2/5, it's just doesn't cut the cake.
Xeroth | 2/5 |


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