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Judas Priest - The Best Of album mp3

  • Performer: Judas Priest
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Best Of
  • Released: 1984
  • Style: Heavy Metal
  • Country: France
  • MP3 version size: 1501 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1749 mb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 318

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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. From humble beginnings as a rock outfit with psychedelic and progressive proclivities, Priest forged their sound in the red hot glow of the fires where metal was birthed. 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. The earlier years saw the band at their most raw and honest, authoring all-timers like Sad Wings of Destiny and Stained Class.

The Best of Judas Priest is a collection of a few select songs from Judas Priest's first two albums, and was released under Gull, the band's former record label.

We rank all of Judas Priest's studio albums, from their debut 'Rocka Rolla' to 2014's 'Redeemer of Souls. That’s a lot of metal, which is why we’ve 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 . 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. Like most bands, it took them a while to break through, but once they did there was no turning back as they became one of the.

Definitely the best Priest album, and one of the best metal albums. There really isn't a single track on here that's bad, all of them are fantastic. Painkiller is the heaviest this band has ever gone. 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. And zero filler. This was my first Judas Priest Album. It was so unique and powerful. The Dueling guitars changed my life.

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. If you want to know the best Judas Priest album of all time, this list will answer your question. Everything from British Steel to Screaming for Vengeance is included on this list.

Rocka Rolla is enjoyable enough, with its faint whiff of progressive hard rock and its warm, analogue tones, but it’s a patchy affair and never comes close to the grandeur and grit of the classics. 15. 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

Judas Priest is ranked number 227 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 13,119. Members who like this artist also like: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and AC/DC. Judas Priest - The Best of (1978) JAPAN MINI LP CD 2006 NEW 12 track Rob Halford Condition: Brand New. Time left: 9m 12s. Ships to: Worldwide.

In 1980, when Judas Priest released Metal Gods, the second song from their hit album British Steel, they appointed themselves the patron saints of music’s heaviest genre. On the one hand, Priest were impetuous in doing so. Initially formed out of Birmingham, England, by guitarist . Downing and bassist Ian Hill, later expanding to include second guitarist Glenn Tipton and powerhouse vocalist Rob Halford, not to mention a rotating cast of drummers, Judas Priest did not invent heavy metal. Owens doesn’t sound like he’s trying to ape Halford at all on the verses, which works in his favor. Maybe he’d be more fondly remembered if he’d spent more time trying to be himself.

Tracklist

A1 Dying To Meet You 4:00
A2 Never Satisfied 4:50
A3 Rocka Rolla 6:15
A4 Diamonds And Rust 3:15
B1 Victim Of Changes 7:45
B2 Island Of Domination 2:46
B3 The Ripper 2:43
B4 Deceiver 4:26

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side 1): A-233-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side 2): A-233-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GULP 22007 Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(LP, Comp) Gull GULP 22007 France 1977
TLCD 7800 Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(CD, Comp) TransLuxe TLCD 7800 Unknown
CAT 1110 Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(Cass, Comp) Attic CAT 1110 Canada 1978
206471 Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Ariola, Gull 206471 France 1985
TECP-25388 Judas Priest The Best Of ‎(CD, Comp) Gull, Metal Mania TECP-25388 Japan 1990

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