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I was, and always will be a Bruce Dickinson fan, so like many Maiden fans, I imaturely refused to even hear the X-Factor. I was living in the Golden Years. Read morePublished on June 27 2004 by Matthew Charles
OK, most people might believe that iron maiden is nothing without Bruce Dickinson. What I believe is this: although I'm a huge fan of Brucie, Iron Maiden is NOTHING without Steve... Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by david
i own six cd albums by iron maiden(and a hoody?), and have heard, lots of times, a further four and i would have to say that this is their best cd yet. Read morePublished on April 18 2004 by "ramtam"
What is this? Not even good as a stand alone effort apart from IM. Considering that this new sound calls themselves Iron Maiden, it's worse. Read morePublished on March 20 2004 by 108Dragons
Just woeful! Not even a 'Maiden' tribute band could have written and recorded a more dated, predictable, rehashed and weak album such the likes of this sad and sorry turn out that... Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004
Real quick, the cd is some horrible work; nothing like the real Iron Maiden with Bruce Dickenson! Maybe this one would find a place in a gothic dentist office, yuk!Published on Jan. 31 2004
"Nothing is ever the way it should be
What we deserve we just don't get you see..."
-"Man on the Edge", Iron Maiden
Truer words may never... Read more
So it was 1995 when The X Factor came out, almost three years after its predecessor Fear of the Dark, which was by some criticised as a sub-standard Maiden disc. Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2003 by Murat Batmaz