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Release date: 30 May 2000
Style: Heavy metal

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01. The Wicker Man
02. Ghost Of The Navigator
03. Brave New World
04. Blood Brothers
05. The Mercenary
06. Dream Of Mirrors
07. The Fallen Angel
08. The Nomad
09. Out Of The Silent Planet
10. The Thin Line Between Love & Hate

Top 20 albums of 2000: 9

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Guest review by
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Rating:
9.0
I bought Iron Maiden's newest cd used in fear that I wouldn't like it. It even took some further contemplation of whether I was going to lay down $4.99 for it. (Yes, I am picky and cheap.) Anyway, all my doubts and fears were destroyed after one listen to this album.

It may not be the exact same Maiden you're used to - some of it is a bit slower, but incredibly artistic. Bruce's voice is as fine-tuned as ever, and you just can't go wrong with three good guitarists. The sound is very melodic, as usual, and very easily gets stuck in your head. I've had "Blood Brothers" in my head for almost three months now. Most of the songs clock in over six minutes, and the entire cd is over an hour long. With Iron Maiden especially, the more the better. And the songs definitely do not disappoint, that is, unless you're one of the strict "new sucks, I only like their older music" type people.

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published 18.09.2003 | Comments (20)

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Elyar S. - 26.07.2010 at 11:13  
Rating: 10 I think this was great, Im not a Bruce Dickinson fan but after he came back they did one of their best album after years and I think after this they couldnt give an album like it again.
Reza - 11.09.2010 at 14:09  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 26.07.2010 at 11:13

I think this was great, Im not a Bruce Dickinson fan but after he came back they did one of their best album after years and I think after this they couldnt give an album like it again.

Yes it's great but IMO A Matter Of Life And Death is a good album too.
Ellrohir - 11.09.2010 at 22:31  
Rating: 9 All "new" albums are great in some way...different but still rocking...

Blood Brothers, Dream Of Mirrors and Out Of The Silent Planet are my favorites here...also The Thin Line Between Love & Hate is nice
Viesturs - 03.02.2011 at 23:02  
  My Favorite album ever
kalkeon - 29.10.2011 at 20:32  
Rating: 10 This is the band that attracted me to the metal side, Iron Maiden. I was always some rocker who didn't knew what kind of music he liked. It began with some AC/DC after that Ozzy but then some friend said to me: Do you know Iron Maiden. Ik was love at first sound, now I have the full discography of them without some live albums and EP's. After listening all of their studio albums I think this maybe one of the best if not the best heavy metal album I've ever heard.
tea[m]ster - 29.10.2011 at 21:07  
Rating: 9 A terrific "comeback" album after two horrible releases. Love that they said fuck radio airplay (although they've done that most of their career) and made loooong, epic, songs.
qlacs - 11.08.2012 at 14:38  
Rating: 10 I'm still to be counted as a young face to metal, but this was the second Iron Maiden album i've heard in my life and left a mark in me. Still my favourite Maiden album after 10 f*cking years. Up The Irons!
FeskarN - 12.08.2012 at 22:00  
Rating: 10
Written by qlacs on 11.08.2012 at 14:38

I'm still to be counted as a young face to metal, but this was the second Iron Maiden album i've heard in my life and left a mark in me. Still my favourite Maiden album after 10 f*cking years. Up The Irons!

Same with me too. One of their best albums for sure. Never gets old
BlueMobius - 13.08.2012 at 03:36  
Rating: 9 This is definitely a great comeback album. Of their later career, it's probably my favorite overall. There are a lot of memorable moments on the album that remind me of mid- to late-'80s Maiden.
Cuca Beludo - 17.08.2012 at 17:53  
  Their most "epic" album, for sure... Brave New World is currently my Favourite Iron Maiden song.
Spacerunner - 04.11.2012 at 18:19  
Rating: 10 My favorite from them!
Dentura - 12.11.2012 at 22:12  
Rating: 8 This album is a glorious return-to-form and by far my favorite album from the band (that includes their classic 1980s releases). Every song on here shows the band at the top of their skills since the 80s, and Bruce sounds incredible as always (he has this really awesome snarl to his vocals from his age probably). The last song is so heartfelt.

EDIT: Number of the Beast is actually my #1 favorite now, but BNW will be a close number three for a while.
Bad English - 02.03.2013 at 22:36  
Rating: 7
Written by Ellrohir on 11.09.2010 at 22:31

All "new" albums are great in some way...different but still rocking...

Blood Brothers, Dream Of Mirrors and Out Of The Silent Planet are my favorites here...also The Thin Line Between Love & Hate is nice


Well I agree whit you its some way diferent but still good, maybe its Iron maiden magic and profesionality, many band swont do such deal what did IM
My friend had tape I hade a coppy so I know this from 2001 and beck in those days I didnt like, I was .. all old is good, all new is crap, hehe but now its OK, even those who knows prom videos will understand what are best songs here
Lord_Regnier - 02.03.2013 at 22:50  
  Overrated. I don't know why so many people put this album on the same level as Maiden's 80s albums.
I find it quite inferior to any old Maiden album.
JÄY - 03.03.2013 at 07:52  
Rating: 7
Written by Lord_Regnier on 02.03.2013 at 22:50

Overrated. I don't know why so many people put this album on the same level as Maiden's 80s albums.
I find it quite inferior to any old Maiden album.

Agreed. Brave New World is fun and catchy and all, but nowhere near their first 7
Ellrohir - 03.03.2013 at 08:37  
Rating: 9 "new" Maiden are "different", but not necessarily "worse"
Bad English - 03.03.2013 at 12:44  
Rating: 7
Written by Ellrohir on 03.03.2013 at 08:37

"new" Maiden are "different", but not necessarily "worse"


BTW does I am only one who hear ''arabic'' music or ''midle east'' trad folk sound elemenmts ... lil bit O Land type of elements into music?
Illog1cal - 21.05.2013 at 14:35  
  This album reminds me a lot of 'Somewhere In Time', only without the synthesizers.
deadone - 17.04.2014 at 08:08  
Rating: 8 I really liked this one. I remember when I was heard Bruce was coming back to the fold and it made me the happiest little metalhead on the planet.

And the result was great too!

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