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Judas Priest - The Best Of

Judas Priest - The Best Of
  • Performer Judas Priest
  • Title The Best Of
  • Date of release 1983
  • Country Japan
  • Style Heavy Metal
  • Label RCA
  • Catalog number RPL-2132
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Promo, Reissue
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1985 mb
  • Size FLAC 1538 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 171

Tracklist

1Victim Of Changes
2Never Satisfied
3Island Of Domination
4Deceiver
5Rocka Rolla
6Dying To Meet You
7The Ripper
8Diamonds And Rust

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GULP 1026Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(LP, Comp)GullGULP 1026UK1978
TLCD 7800Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(CD, Comp, Club)TransLuxeTLCD 7800US1995
CAT 1110Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(Cass, Comp)AtticCAT 1110Canada1978
206471Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(LP, Comp, RE)Ariola, Gull206471France1985
CAT 1110Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(Cass, Comp)AtticCAT 1110CanadaUnknown

Credits

  • Liner NotesMasanori-Ito

Notes

RCA / RVC Corp. white label DJ promo issue with red promotional sticker on cover, with obi & insert

Companies

  • Manufactured By – RVC Corporation

Video

Album

The Best of Judas Priest is a compilation album featuring select songs from English heavy metal band Judas Priest's first two albums, Rocka Rolla 1974 and Sad Wings of Destiny 1976. After forming in 1969, Judas Priest signed with Gull Records in 1974. When the band jumped to CBS Records in early 1977, they had to break their contract with Gull to do so. In the legal fallout that ensued, the band forfeited their rights to all material recorded with Gull. Setlist: The Very Best of Judas Priest Live - Judas Priest. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Unquestionably Judas Priest's best album of the 70's. It's where they defined their general sound and atmosphere, mixing the unrelenting instrumental attack of Stained Class with the Halford-centric British Steel. All classics from beginning to end. The best of their recent albums in my opinion, it has great tracks like Judas Rising, Revolution and Angel. It also marked the return of Rob Halford who left the band shortly after Painkiller. It should be in the top ten of this list for sure. Judas Priest is known as one of the best metal bands of all time. List of the best Judas Priest albums, including pictures of the album covers when available. This Judas Priest discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Judas Priest albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Judas Priest singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. Judas Priest are known as the Metal Gods for good reason. Black Sabbath might have invented it with a single Devils tritone but Judas Priest went on to define pure, rampant, all-guitars-blazing heavy metal for more than four decades. They released their debut studio full-length Rocka Rolla way back in 1974. The two Ripper albums werent terrible but when Rob returned for his first Priest album since 1990s Painkiller, it felt like a genuine event. The result was a revitalised stormer, loaded with classic riffs and lyrical references to previous Priest triumphs. Sad Wings Of Destiny 1976. Judas Priest. Rocka Rolla. Kenneth Downing, Rob Halford. Entertainment One U. Sad Wings Of Destiny. Kenneth Downing, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford. Judas Priests debut album was more about hinting at their potential than clicking into the higher gear that the band would later use to conquer the world. Rocka Rolla is enjoyable enough, with its faint whiff of progressive hard rock and its warm, analogue tones, but its a patchy affair and never comes close to the grandeur and grit of the classics. Ram It Down 1988. Returning to their traditional sound after the electronic detours of Turbo, Priest stuck to the basics on their 11th studio album. Songs in album Judas Priest - The Best Of Judas Priest 1995. We rank all of Judas Priest's studio albums, from their debut 'Rocka Rolla' to 2014's 'Redeemer of Souls. Thats a lot of metal, which is why weve undertaken the task of ranking their albums from worst to best. Although they started Birmingham, England, in 1969, the Judas Priest we've come to know and love took shape when lead guitarist K. Downing needed a singer after the departure of Al Atkins, who had named the band. He found future Metal God Rob Halford in 1973 and, shortly before they recorded their debut, another lead guitarist named Glenn Tipton. Judas Priest 's discography is one of the most lauded in the entirety of heavy metal. The British pioneers are known for bringing the twin lead guitar attack forward from bands like Wishbone Ash into heavier territories, spurring the metal movement in the '70s with their Birmingham contemporaries Black Sabbath. The entirety of the Judas Priest discography is made up of loosely defined eras both on the timeline and through lineup changes. The debate will forever rage on as to whether the band's '70s output bests the ensuing decade's and beyond, making the task of ranking these records invariably difficult