Analytical and inorganic uses completely different parts of your brain, IMO. The hardest thing about inorganic is group theory, which requires either excellent 3-D visualization skills, or a lot of random memorizing. I found it very difficult, personally. The 3-D parts were much more intense than organic chem. There is also some emphasis on other complicated 3-D structures, such as salts and boron compounds. There is also some gen chem type algebra stuff.
Analytical chem is basically the closest class to "gen chem 3". Lots of algebraic problem solving. I personally took analytical for biochem majors so it was kind of dumbed down. If you liked ICE tables, you will love analytical. Analytical in general is also MUCH more practical. Inorganic is mostly useful if you get a PhD in many chemistry fields. And like others have stated, it could be useful for understanding some stuff in biochemistry. But only if you actually have the brain for it.