Judas Priest – Reflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music - 1979-2018 Metal - Red Vinyl - Sealed 2LP
Judas Priest – Reflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music
Label: Sony Music – 194398 91781
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Red, 180 gram
Double LP in opaque red. Gatefold sleeve with spot gloss varnish detail to the front.
Discs held in black paper die cut polylined inners.
Hype sticker applied to shrink-wrap.
Made in the EU.
On all runouts, the final character is etched.
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Released: Oct 15, 2021
Style: Heavy Metal
A1 Let Us Prey / Call For The Priest 6:14
A2 You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise 5:03
A3 Fever 5:21
A4 Eat Me Alive 3:34
B1 All Guns Blazing 3:55
B2 Never The Heroes 4:24
B3 Dissident Aggressor (Live) 3:03
B4 Out In The Cold (Live) 6:21
B5 Running Wild (Live) 2:56
C1 Victim Of Changes (Live) (May 09, 1978 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre) 7:41
C2 The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown) (Point of Entry ‘Worldwide Blitz’ Tour - Live in Hammersmith, London - November 21, 1981 - Hammersmith Odeon) 4:40
C3 Bloodstone (Live) (Screaming For Vengeance World Vengeance Tour - Live in Atlanta, GA - December 11, 1982 - The Omni) 3:58
C4 The Ripper (Live) (Irvine, CA - July 12, 1991 - Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre) 3:05
D1 Beyond The Realms Of Death (Live) (Killing Machine/Hell Bent For Leather Tour - Live In New York, NY - March 11, 1979 - The Mudd Club) 7:08
D2 The Hellion / Electric Eye (Live) (Turbo ‘Fuel For Life’ Tour - Live In Houston, TX - June 21, 1986 - The Summit) 4:16
D3 Sinner (Live) (Ram It Down ‘Mercenaries Of Metal’ Tour - Live In New Haven, CT - August 7, 1988 - New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum) 7:38
Bass – Ian Hill
Drums – Dave Holland , Les Binks, Scott Travis, Simon Phillips
Guitar – K. K. Downing, Richie Faulkner
Guitar, Keyboards – Glenn Tipton
Lead Vocals – Rob Halford
17 tracks of great material and 10 of the songs are live.
Judas Priest originally formed in 1970 in Birmingham, England (an area that many feel birthed heavy metal). The original nucleus of musicians would go on to change the face of heavy metal. Throughout the 70’s Priest were responsible for helping trail blaze metal with such classic offerings as ‘Sad Wings of Destiny’ (1976) ‘Sin After Sin’ (1977) and ‘Hell Bent for Leather’ (1978) as well as one of the genre’s top live recordings ‘Unleashed in the East’ (1979) among others.
It was during the 80’s that Priest conquered the world becoming a global arena headliner on the strength of such all-time classics as ‘British Steel’ (1980) and ‘Screaming for Vengeance’ (1982) as well as being one of the first metal bands to be embraced by the then-burgeoning MTV plus performing at some of the decades biggest concerts (1980’s Monsters of Rock, 1983’s US Festival and 1985’s Live Aid) and being the first to exclusively wear leather and studs – a look that began during this era and would eventually be embraced by metal heads throughout the world. Priest’s success continued throughout the 90’s and beyond with the addition of drummer Scott Travis as evidenced by such additional stellar offerings as ‘Painkiller’ (1990) ‘Angel of Retribution’ (2005) and ‘A Touch of Evil: Live’ (2009) the latter of which saw Priest win a Grammy Award for a killer rendition of the classic ‘Dissident Aggressor’
in 2018 Fueled by the highest charting album of Priest’s career ‘Firepower’ which peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 and #5 in the UK. from that LP included here is "Never The Heroes"
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