JUDAS PRIEST
Traditional heavy metal / Power Metal / Groove Metal / Hard Rock • United Kingdom

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Judas Priest is a British heavy metal band formed in Birmingham, England in 1969. Known for twin lead guitars, a wide operatic vocal style, and for introducing the S&M leather-and-studs look into heavy metal, they have sold over 50 million albums worldwide. After an early career as a secondary act dogged by unsympathetic producers and line-up changes, the band found considerable commercial success in the 1980s. In 1989, they were named as defendants in an unsuccessful lawsuit alleging that subliminal messages on their albums had caused the suicide attempts of two young men. The band's membership has seen much turnover, including a revolving cast of drummers in the 1970s, and the temporary departure of singer Rob Halford in the early 1990s. The current line-up consists of lead vocalist Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, bassist Ian Hill, and drummer Scott Travis. The band's best-selling album is 1982's Screaming read more...
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Screaming For VengeanceScreaming For Vengeance
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British SteelBritish Steel
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Point of EntryPoint of Entry
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Hell Bent For LeatherHell Bent For Leather
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Stained ClassStained Class
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Ram It DownRam It Down
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TurboTurbo
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Redeemer of SoulsRedeemer of Souls
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PainkillerPainkiller
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JUDAS PRIEST albums / top albums

.. Album Cover 3.56 | 77 ratings
Rocka Rolla
Hard Rock 1974
.. Album Cover 4.46 | 137 ratings
Sad Wings Of Destiny
Traditional heavy metal 1976
.. Album Cover 3.94 | 97 ratings
Sin After Sin
Traditional heavy metal 1977
.. Album Cover 4.20 | 105 ratings
Stained Class
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 82 ratings
Killing Machine
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 101 ratings
British Steel
Traditional heavy metal 1980
.. Album Cover 2.94 | 70 ratings
Point Of Entry
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover 4.12 | 106 ratings
Screaming For Vengeance
Traditional heavy metal 1982
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 88 ratings
Defenders Of The Faith
Traditional heavy metal 1984
.. Album Cover 2.89 | 72 ratings
Turbo
Traditional heavy metal 1986
.. Album Cover 3.34 | 67 ratings
Ram It Down
Traditional heavy metal 1988
.. Album Cover 4.43 | 116 ratings
Painkiller
Power Metal 1990
.. Album Cover 3.19 | 51 ratings
Jugulator
Groove Metal 1997
.. Album Cover 2.64 | 38 ratings
Demolition
Traditional heavy metal 2001
.. Album Cover 3.82 | 64 ratings
Angel Of Retribution
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover 3.28 | 66 ratings
Nostradamus
Traditional heavy metal 2008
.. Album Cover 3.54 | 29 ratings
Redeemer Of Souls
Traditional heavy metal 2014

JUDAS PRIEST EPs & splits

JUDAS PRIEST live albums

.. Album Cover 4.27 | 45 ratings
Unleashed In The East
Traditional heavy metal 1979
.. Album Cover 3.87 | 25 ratings
Priest... Live!
Traditional heavy metal 1987
.. Album Cover 3.35 | 12 ratings
'98 Live Meltdown
Traditional heavy metal 1998
.. Album Cover 2.67 | 4 ratings
Live In London
Traditional heavy metal 2003
.. Album Cover 3.53 | 9 ratings
A Touch Of Evil
Traditional heavy metal 2009
.. Album Cover 4.50 | 2 ratings
Battle Cry
Traditional heavy metal 2016

JUDAS PRIEST demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

JUDAS PRIEST re-issues & compilations

.. Album Cover 4.49 | 3 ratings
The Best Of Judas Priest
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover 3.53 | 6 ratings
Hero, Hero
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover 4.52 | 12 ratings
Metal Works '73-'93
Traditional heavy metal 1993
.. Album Cover 3.52 | 2 ratings
Prisoners Of Pain
Traditional heavy metal 1996
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Beast Of
Traditional heavy metal 1996
.. Album Cover 4.67 | 3 ratings
The Best Of Judas Priest: Living After Midnight
Traditional heavy metal 1997
.. Album Cover 5.00 | 1 ratings
Priest Live & Rare
Traditional heavy metal 1998
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 2 ratings
Simply The Best
Traditional heavy metal 1999
.. Album Cover 5.00 | 2 ratings
Genocide
Traditional heavy metal 2000
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
The Re-Masters
Traditional heavy metal 2001
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Deliverin' The Goods
Traditional heavy metal 2002
.. Album Cover 2.50 | 1 ratings
Secrets From The Vault
Traditional heavy metal 2002
.. Album Cover 4.50 | 2 ratings
Metalogy
Traditional heavy metal 2004
.. Album Cover 4.33 | 6 ratings
The Essential Judas Priest
Traditional heavy metal 2006
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Collections
Traditional heavy metal 2008
.. Album Cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Playlist: The Very Best Of Judas Priest
Traditional heavy metal 2008
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Setlist: The Very Best Of Judas Priest
Traditional heavy metal 2010
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Music Of Judas Priest
Traditional heavy metal 2010
.. Album Cover 5.00 | 1 ratings
The Chosen Few
Traditional heavy metal 2011
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Single Cuts
Traditional heavy metal 2011
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Complete Albums Collection
Traditional heavy metal 2012

JUDAS PRIEST singles (37)

.. Album Cover
2.00 | 2 ratings
Rocka Rolla
Hard Rock 1974
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Tyrant
Traditional heavy metal 1976
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
The Ripper
Traditional heavy metal 1976
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Diamonds And Rust
Traditional heavy metal 1977
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Dissident Aggressor
Traditional heavy metal 1977
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Better By You, Better By Me
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Evening Star
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Before The Dawn
Traditional heavy metal 1978
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Take On The World
Traditional heavy metal 1979
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Rock Forever
Traditional heavy metal 1979
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Living After Midnight
Traditional heavy metal 1980
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Breaking The Law
Traditional heavy metal 1980
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
United
Traditional heavy metal 1980
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Don’t Go
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Hot Rockin'
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Heading Out To The Highway
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
You've Got Another Thing Comin'
Traditional heavy metal 1982
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
(Take These) Chains
Traditional heavy metal 1982
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Freewheel Burning
Traditional heavy metal 1983
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
Traditional heavy metal 1984
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Love Bites
Traditional heavy metal 1984
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Locked In
Traditional heavy metal 1986
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Turbo Lover
Traditional heavy metal 1986
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Parental Guidance
Traditional heavy metal 1986
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3.00 | 2 ratings
Ram It Down / Heavy Metal
Traditional heavy metal 1988
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2.23 | 3 ratings
Johnny B. Goode
Traditional heavy metal 1988
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
A Touch Of Evil
Power Metal 1990
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Painkiller
Power Metal 1990
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Night Crawler
Power Metal 1993
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Burn In Hell
Groove Metal 1997
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Bullet Train
Groove Metal 1998
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Machine Man
Traditional heavy metal 2001
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Revolution
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Worth Fighting For
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Visions
Traditional heavy metal 2008
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
War
Traditional heavy metal 2008
.. Album Cover
2.00 | 1 ratings
Redeemer of Souls
Traditional heavy metal 2014

JUDAS PRIEST movies (DVD, Blu-Ray or VHS)

.. Album Cover
4.50 | 1 ratings
Judas Priest Live
Traditional heavy metal 1983
.. Album Cover
0.00 | 0 ratings
Fuel For Life
Traditional heavy metal 1986
.. Album Cover
4.00 | 1 ratings
Priest...Live!
Traditional heavy metal 1987
.. Album Cover
4.50 | 1 ratings
Metal Works '73-'93
Traditional heavy metal 1993
.. Album Cover
0.00 | 0 ratings
Painkiller
Traditional heavy metal 1993
.. Album Cover
4.00 | 1 ratings
British Steel
Traditional heavy metal 2001
.. Album Cover
3.50 | 1 ratings
Live In London
Traditional heavy metal 2002
.. Album Cover
4.00 | 1 ratings
Electric Eye
Traditional heavy metal 2003
.. Album Cover
4.23 | 12 ratings
Rising In The East
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover
4.80 | 10 ratings
Live Vengeance '82
Traditional heavy metal 2006
.. Album Cover
3.00 | 1 ratings
Epitaph
Traditional heavy metal 2013

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JUDAS PRIEST Rocka Rolla

Album · 1974 · Hard Rock
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Judas Priest's 70's albums are usually cast in bronze as some of the earliest and most high-quality developments of heavy metal that have ever been. Not only did they expound on Black Sabbath's discordant proto-doom by evolving it into a faster, more explosive version of itself, but albums like Sad Wings of Destiny, Stained Class, and Sin After Sin all paved the way for the New Wave of British Heavy Metal that would dominate the Western charts for years to come.

It's hard to deny how beloved these albums are. They're practically legendary. All except for one. One that sets itself apart from Priest's 70's repertoire in both its obscurity and its strangeness. Funnily enough, it also happens to be the band's breakout first album.

1974's Rocka Rolla is a musical enigma. This isn't to say the music is impossible to understand, because it's not. For one, the album is much more progressively slanted as prog was in sort of phase two as bands like Rush emerged in the same year in the wake of the late-60's uprising. This can be seen on best on the sprawling eight-and-a-half minute long epic 'Run of the Mill' with the Floyd-esque guitar tuning and spacey vibes permeating the first chunk of the track. At the same time however, much of Rocka Rolla is infinitely more laidback than a tightly-strung album like Sad Wings, both lyrically and musically. The swaggering, bluesy knuckle-duster-knockout 'Rocka Rolla' especially exemplifies this side, wherein a young Rob Halford channels Bon Scott's greasy punk aura to deliver one of the oddest moments in Priest history. It maligns itself with any subsequent song Priest put out, but goddamn does it rock.

Not only in this way does Rocka Rolla set itself apart from other 70's Priest albums, but it also does so with it's sheer off-the-wall musical makeup. This is really where the main criticisms of the album come into play, as with an album such as this many are quick to claim it as underfocused and maldeveloped, and in most cases I would tend to agree. I suppose though that where this branches off is honestly dependent on personal taste. I personally love the elements Priest cobbles together on the album- the softspoken and melodious humdrum of 'Caviar and Meths' (an Al Atkins tune which, due to time constraints, had to be neutered from fourteen to two minutes), the snappy, riff-laden heel-clickers like 'One For the Road' or 'Cheater', etc. This is all without yet mentioning that Rocka Rolla showcases what I believe to be one of Priest's finest moments in their entire career- 'Dying to Meet You'. This particular song is divided into two sections: the first being a low-pitched Rob Halford lamenting over dual guitars shifting from muddy and pounding to austere and subtle with satisfying drum fills by one-timer John Hinch taking up the background. The song then shifts to it's second part, a rollicking rocker similar to the title track, and is also reminiscent of 'The Ripper' from Sad Wings with an early showcase of Halford's high notes, albeit in bluesier fashion.

The talented band's earliest incarnation is mainly what the quality of this album is owed to. The aforementioned John Hinch is a fantastic drummer, with his off-kilter, almost jazz-like playing that makes even the most simple of moments on this album seem intricate. I do agree with the band's decision to dismiss Hinch though. Although I think that Glenn Tipton's words of him being "musically inadequate" might have been a bit harsh, his style was not very well suited to the band's heavier future as opposed to someone like Alan Moore. Rob Halford needs no introduction, but I will say that the lower octaves he hits were scarcely replicated in the band's future endeavors, which I find unfortunate because they are pretty good. I quite enjoy Ian Hill's pounding performance on 'Dying to Meet You' especially on the second part, and of course the dual ripcord guitar duo that is Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing are a force to be reckoned with, even with their more synthesizer-fronted sound before their evolution.

Well, this was a bit of a ramble. But in all honesty I've listened to Rocka Rolla more times than I can count and it's always remained a staple in my favorite records, even if it might not be the heaviest nor the most high-quality Judas Priest record to exist. To say I have a soft spot for it may be a gross understatement- I fucking love it.

JUDAS PRIEST Unleashed In The East

Live album · 1979 · Traditional heavy metal
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Warthur
Hot damn! What an incredibly energetic and raw live album from Judas Priest! Coming out right before they shifted into a more commercial direction for the world-conquering British Steel, this is the perfect summation of Priest's career to this point - with Rocka Rolla being snubbed entirely and some really great takes on classic numbers from Sad Wings of Destiny, whilst the more recent album tracks sound absolutely red hot.

And for once, it's an album where if you get a CD with bonus tracks they aren't an incongruous and unwanted addition - the CD bonus tracks come from the 7" EP that supplemented the album on its original Japanese release, with tracks hailing from the same concerts, and so they fit in like a dream.

JUDAS PRIEST Sad Wings Of Destiny

Album · 1976 · Traditional heavy metal
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Music journalist Martin Popoff describes three important stages in the development of heavy metal. The first is invention, for which he cites Black Sabbath’s debut and Deep Purple’s “In Rock” album. The second is reinvention, which according to Popoff occurred with “Sad Wings of Destiny”. I personally agree. Heavy, loud, and aggressive rock became a trend with gathering force at the turn of the decade, but within a couple of years, the hard rock scene with its lyrics about women and fast times or hard times and upbeat melodies replaced the heavier downer rock style of the heaviest of the early seventies’ bands whose lyrics were often about political corruption, war, death and environmental disaster. By 1975, heavy metal was a term used to describe any loud and heavy rock, including music by Aerosmith, Bachman Turner Overdrive, and Nazareth. True metal needed a hero to bring back the "heaviness" of the music and lyrics.

Judas Priest recorded their first album in 1974, and though it featured the latest members of Rob Halford and Glenn Tipton, much of the material was from the Al Atkins days, with more of a heavy blues-based and sometimes progressive style. “Sad Wings of Destiny” includes some remaining material from the old days (“Victim of Changes” is a combination of Al Atkins material and something from Halford’s former band Hiroshima) but was built on a lot of fresh ideas. There was a new approach happening here, and while trying something new for the sophomore release is tempting for a lot of bands, it can also be a disaster. Fortunately for Judas Priest and for the heavy metal world, the new songs inspired rather than disparaged.

The keys to the new sound were lots of heavy bar chord riffs, Halford’s operatic and gifted vocals, and lots of excellent guitar solos by the two lead guitarists with different styles. A personal favourite of mine has always been “Tyrant” which opens with one of the coolest riffs of the 70’s and an excellent pointer to the way metal would develop. The song includes two different choruses and two guitar solo breaks with a distinctly different approach to each, the first being more badass and the second more melodic. Halford hits the high notes here as he would come to be known for doing.

Of course, “Victim of Changes” is an outstanding piece of metal work with some ultra-heavy riffs and that smooth, meditative trip in the middle that slowly gives way to heavy metal thunder at the end with another soaring Halford note.

There’s more of this metal music on “Genocide”, “Deceiver”, “The Ripper” and “Island of Domination”. And one of my favourite melodic guitar solos ever appears on the very beautiful “Dreamer Deceiver”, a song which also showcases Halford’s vocal range from low and soothing with ethereal falsetto to powerful high notes delivered in a range that few men could ever manage.

A curious thing about this album is the use of piano in “Prelude” and “Epitaph”. I don’t know of another Judas Priest album to use piano as the lead instrument. Word is that Glenn Tipton actually played classical piano for many years before switching to electric guitar rather late in life. Because of this, he played piano and synthesizer on the Gull Records albums and his solos are said to be the more melodic and classically influenced while K.K. Downing’s solos were wilder and more visceral.

“SadWings” has so many positive points for a traditional metal album and it makes for an incredible album in the history of heavy music in the 1970’s. Listening to it, it’s easy to see how this album could be like gasoline on the early fires of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. However, after listening to it again the other day I made a few observations worthy of criticism. My introduction to this album was through the truncated version (minus “The Ripper” and “Epitaph/Island of Domination”) that appeared on “Hero Hero” with the entire “Rocka Rolla” album, and now I feel that the production of these omitted songs is different from the others. Perhaps it’s just my CD reissue that has this, but I feel that some of the vocal overdubs are too loud. I also find the playing almost emphatically harsh, unless that is again a matter of the original mixing. The piano in “Epitaph” seems banged and struck as if to add emotion but it comes across as lacking finess.

Questions about the mixing notwithstanding, there are some excellent traditional heavy metal songs on here and some fantastic riffs. Certainly, this was the style to follow to give us heavy metal as we knew it by 1979 when the dam began to burst.

JUDAS PRIEST Rocka Rolla

Album · 1974 · Hard Rock
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Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla

'Rocka Rolla' is the debut studio album by legendary heavy metal band Judas Priest. 'Rocka Rolla' shows quite the different Priest compared to their more well known 80's works and even their other 70's albums to some extent. As with many early heavy metal acts, Judas Priest began with a blues-based form of heavy metal. While they would still have hints of this sound on the following few albums, this debut remains a pretty unique album in their discography.

Many of the songs from this album were actually co-written by Al Atkins, who was Judas Priest's frontman and vocalist preceding Rob Halford. However, once he had a family to take care of, he left the band in May 1973. Al Atkins later made his versions of some early Judas Priest songs on his 'Victim of Changes' solo album, which includes a longer version of 'Caviar and Meths' which was originally a 14-minute long song to be released on 'Rocka Rolla' but sadly shortened down to only the 2-minute long intro as the final song featured on the album. It's a shame, because listening to the longer Al Atkins version, it sounds like it would have been a fantastic epic. The whole history of the album and the early years of Priest are actually quite fascinating, so if that sounds interesting I would highly recommend reading about it. Now that I've finished mentioning some of the history, on to the music.

Most of the songs are blues-y hard rock/heavy metal tunes, with the heavier tracks resembling the likes of Black Sabbath. The opening two tracks, 'One for the Road' and the title track, are examples of the blues-y hard rock sound, the latter in particular being a nice catchy tune. After the 'Winter' suite, one of my favorite songs 'Cheater' comes. There's a nice galloping drum beat, blues-y harmonica, and Halford's vocals are killer. There's also the epic 'Run of the Mill', which has some nice dark diminished chords reminiscent of Sabbath. However, it changes sound quite regularly, with beautiful slow guitar/bass work that reminds me of parts of Eloy epics. There is also some fantastic soloing shortly following, and in typical epic fashion it certainly has a climatic ending with some great screams from Halford.

My favorite on the album has to be 'Dying to Meet You', which opens up with a killer blues-y bassline before getting dark guitar work. Halford's vocals sound pretty different at the beginning, being much more lower-pitched then what he's known for. His low bluesy tone shown here sounds really nice, but he wouldn't really ever sing like this again. However, the song eventually picks up in speed with Halford's classic higher vocals and more great galloping guitar.

Overall, while not my favorite Judas Priest album, it's still an amazing album especially for a debut. It's interesting to listen to this more blues-y form of the Priest, and I think it's essential listening to hear what this legendary band sounded in the beginning. Hope you found this review helpful.

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JUDAS PRIEST Sin After Sin

Album · 1977 · Traditional heavy metal
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Judas Priest’s career has been built around cheesy but well-meaning anthems, short on substance but laden with leather-clad heavy metal appeal. With this in mind, ‘Sin After Sin’ seems like an oddity, and a relic of an age long since passed. And that’s exactly what it is.

By modern standards, the production values of this album seem quaint and understated. The guitars lack bite, and the drums are somewhat leaden. Luckily, Rob Halford’s clarion call voice shines through the murk. The subject matter of the songs seems somewhat grey and despondent. Song titles like “Last Rose Of Summer”, “Here Come The Tears”, and “Call For The Priest/Raw Deal” might not seem out of place on a goth album. At the time this album was recorded, Judas Priest had plenty to be gloomy about, because heavy metal was apparently on its last legs. In 1977, spiked hair, ripped jeans and safety pins were sweeping aside musical pre-requisites like an ability to play an instrument, hold a tune or write a song. Punk was the answer to the question of where rock should head, which must have been a pretty dumb question if punk was the best answer. Bands like Judas Priest and their ilk were destined for extinction, a supposed dead end branch of rock’s evolution.

Like the mammalians of the time of the great dinosaur extinction 65 million years ago, Judas Priest adapted and survived. First off, “Sinner” is the earliest example of those unforgettable anthems. It has the strongest riff on the album and a memorable refrain, with Halford unleashing a helium fuelled falsetto. “Diamonds And Rust” electrified Joan Baez’s folk standard, but surprisingly, it’s completely indistinguishable from Priest’s own material.

“Last Rose Of Summer” and “Here Come The Tears” are ballads which might have seemed more at home on an Elton John record in the 70s, except for the odd power chord. “Let Us Prey” lives up to the album’s gloomy image with its intro, but then rocks off with double kick drums, dual guitar harmonies and a truckload of riffs.

“Dissident Aggressor” is a case of saving the best ‘til last. The heavy, driving main riff is accompanied by thunderous drumming from session drummer Simon Phillips. Rob Halford let rip, with his soaring multi-tracked vocals. The six-string duo of Glenn Tipton and KK Downing also had a licence to shred in what is a short, sharp punch to close the album.

Despite the flat production, ‘Sin After Sin’ is oddly compelling. Crank the volume and all the studio induced problems disappear. Ultimately, ‘Sin After Sin’ doesn’t have the instant appeal of later classic albums like ‘British Steel’, ‘Killing Machine’, or ‘Screaming For Vengeance’, but is a far more thoughtful album, with more substance.

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JUDAS PRIEST Rising In The East

Movie · 2005 · Traditional heavy metal
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Opening with the classic double punch of `The Hellion/Electric Eye,’ you know that this concert is going to be good.

The band do their best to mix a diverse career spanning set list with playing all their biggest hits and do a pretty successful job, managing to cover a full five songs from their then new `Angel of Retribution,’ album with their big hits like `Breaking the Law,’ `Living After Midnight,’ and `You’ve Got Another Thing Coming,’ while still playing at least one song from their less famous `Point of Entry,’ `Turbo,’ and `Ram It Down,’ albums.

Musically, the band are on fire, with impressive guitar soloing, energetic on stage performances and drummer Scott Travis playing songs harder, with confidence and authority that makes them sound that much heavier and tighter. The band are playing on a fairly large stage with elaborate set pieces, risers and of course, the famous motorcycle.

Some fans have made a lot of complaints about Rob Halford’s performance here, but with the sole exception of the vocals on the track `Painkiller,’ (which, as it happens has impossibly difficult vocals to begin with) I think these complaints are pretty off the mark.

If you need proof that Rob can still reach those high notes see the `You’re Possessing Me,’ scream in `A Touch of Evil’ or indeed the entire performance of the fast and high pitched `Riding on the Wind.’

Furthermore Rob’s whole on-stage attitude is a winner, seeming genuinely pleased each and every time the crowd gets a sing along moment correct, adding little Robotic Walk gestures to `Metal Gods,’ and generally looking like he’s giving it his all, to the point where he is sweating and red in the face, not because he can’t hack it, but rather because he’s giving it his very all.

Even if you do for some reason take exception with Rob, there is simply no denying the performances of Glen, Scott, Ian and Mr. Downing who all blast away like a well oiled machine, but with the energy of a much younger band.

In terms of camera, editing, sound and mix there really isn’t anything to complain about, everything is handled well and the whole package is as slick and professional as you would hope for from a band of their size.

Overall this is a great looking and great sounding DVD from Judas Priest and that alone should have you interested, add to that an interesting set list and dismiss the complaints about Rob and you should find `Rising In The East,’ a really worthy addition to your collection.

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aglasshouse wrote:
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I got The Best Of Judas Priest (1978) the other day, I'm loving it.
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JP for life!
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Can't believe it look me so long to check these guys out. A favourite now, definitely.
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It is good to see Painkiller correctly tagged here. Probably about the only site that does.

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