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Judas PriestReflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music

Genre:Rock
Style:Heavy Metal
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Tracklist

Let Us Prey / Call For The Priest6:14
You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise5:03
Fever5:21
Eat Me Alive3:34
All Guns Blazing3:55
Never The Heroes4:24
Dissident Aggressor (Live)3:03
Out In The Cold (Live)6:21
Running Wild (Live)2:56
Victim Of Changes (Live)  (May 09, 1978 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre)7:41
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
Bloodstone (Live) (Screaming For Vengeance World Vengeance Tour - Live in Atlanta, GA - December 11, 1982 - The Omni)3:58
The Ripper (Live)  (Irvine, CA - July 12, 1991 - Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre)3:05
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
The Hellion / Electric Eye (Live) (Turbo ‘Fuel For Life’ Tour - Live In Houston, TX - June 21, 1986 - The Summit)4:16
Sinner (Live) (Ram It Down ‘Mercenaries Of Metal’ Tour - Live In New Haven, CT - August 7, 1988 - New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum)7:38

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All studio and live tracks taken from Judas Priest - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music

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    Reviews

    • markimarkftm's avatar
      markimarkftm
      Some of it sounds like shit, some of it is awesome, it a collectible nothing more, the version of beyond the realms of death is worth the money..
      • AmimanPL's avatar
        AmimanPL
        Sounds really bad. Maybe it's about production. Some tracks are really good. If I haven't heard Judas Priest before this comp, I'd probably dislike the band. Some of the tracks here are very cool (in their original versions, like Victim Of Changes).
        • saxonman1's avatar
          saxonman1
          i have the japan blu spec 2 disc wich sounds great BUT this is not a japan issued lp, i can especially tell by the catlog number, they where doing this almost 4 years ago when firepower came out by marketing an eu press w/ a fake obi strip , im sure that is the case here.................
          • sc.aeneid's avatar
            sc.aeneid
            Edited 12 months ago
            Great that they dipped into not so well known Judas Priest tracks but should have been a double disk to include a few hits. This is supposed to be the 50th anniversary and why they didn't go the extra mile for a double disc is weird. Feels more like a money grab. At least some great live tracks made it here including Sinner from the 1988 Mercenaries of Metal tour.
            • CNTRL_SCRUTINIZER's avatar
              Edited one year ago
              I love this release. I have a ton of JP albums and have heard all the hits countless times so I'm actually glad this album has deep tracks instead of the same old songs. I think if it was a true "greatest hits" people would have complained it's the same old, lol. Most of the studio tracks sound great. There's a couple of the live tracks that are less than stellar quality-wise but I would not say bootleg, lol. They're from the 70s! And the live tracks are previously unreleased so that's worth the price of admission right there to hear Priest in their prime live! All the tracks kick ass and this album cranks! Long live the Priest! \M/\M/
              • zeppelin666's avatar
                zeppelin666
                Ok tracklist I knew before bought, but the quality of the livetracks is really bad, even worse than on the CD edition.
                • saxonman1's avatar
                  saxonman1
                  this is an awesome sounding blue spec 2 disc from japan of this new priest compilation, i felt the track listing here was so so but ive been a priest fan since 1978 so since i did not get the 42 cd box set this was the next best thing but really should have been a 4 cd box set w/ a lot of gems from the 70s & 80s, regadless again nice japan only blue spec 2 edition with the jewel case & usual japan inner book.....
                  • AnalogRx's avatar
                    AnalogRx
                    Preordered this from Amazon and when it arrived was disappointed with this release. I thought this was going to be a “Greatest Hits” with a few Live versions thrown in. Many of the Live versions are barely a notch above bootleg sounding. The song lineup should have been much better and made into AT LEAST 3 GREAT SOUNDING records to account for many missing songs that were huge hits for the band.

                    The albums “Avg Rating” is a PRIME example that the use of “Avg Rating” is used to rate various things when it should be rated on SOUND QUALITY. I can assure you the sound quality of MANY of these songs on these 2 albums is no better than 3 stars. My set-up is dialed in perfectly and my ears are fine tuned for excellent sound. A missed opportunity for a truly amazing “Reflections” as true fans deserve better than this.
                    • Hairy_Satchel's avatar
                      Hairy_Satchel
                      Edited one year ago
                      Mine arrived with disc 1 pressed off center. Disc 2 is a little better. Inner sleeves are worthless. Outer sleeve is just of average quality. Disc labels have stress cracks near the spindle hole. Solid red color is nice. Sound quality is ok for a greatest hits live album. People looking for great "Sound Quality" on a greatest hits live album are fooling themselves. This package would make more sense if it was bonus material to the studio versions but then it would cost twice as much and be much of a bonus.

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