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Judas Priest

Demolition

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 2001

Label: Steamhammer/SPV

Catalog Number: 7242

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Judas Priest Demolition Album Cover

Personnel
K.K. Downing guitar
Ian Hill bass
Glenn Tipton guitar
Scott Travis drums
Ripper Owens vocals
Tracks
1.  Machine Man  5:35
2.  One on One  6:44
3.  Hell Is Home  6:18
4.  Jekyll and Hyde  3:19
5.  Close to You  4:28
6.  Devil Digger  4:45
7.  Bloodsuckers  6:18
8.  In Between  5:41
9.  Feed on Me  5:28
10.  Subterfuge  5:12
11.  Lost and Found  4:57
12.  Cyberface  6:45
13.  Metal Messiah  5:13
14.  Rapid Fire bonus track  3:54
15.  The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown) bonus track  4:10
  
Total Running Time:  78:47

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scandinavia Date: August 29, 2003 at 12:25
Avoid at all costs!

From: Fat Freddy Date: August 31, 2003 at 12:45
Until this album came along, TURBO held the title of Priest's worst album... nothin' against Ripper, he sounds great, but the songs they gave him to sing are just REEEEALLLY bad. No wonder they recently decided to get Halford back.

From: Motley Date: September 1, 2003 at 15:33
Why didnt the titel say NIN/PRIEST PROJECT??? Horrible horrible album.I havent heard ROCKA ROLLA but this must make it as the worst album they've ever made!!!! Right on Scandinavia....

From: Thorsten Date: September 3, 2003 at 18:00
Much more better than Jugulator.The Melody´s are back.Good work!!!

From: Scandinavia Date: September 6, 2003 at 7:25
I also fancied it alot more than I did with "Jugulator" but it all wore thin after a few spins....Too weird stuff here! They stray too much..Trying to sound modern...

From: Motley Date: September 15, 2003 at 10:37
How anybody can range this piece of garbage better than Jugulator is beyond belief. I think jugulator was a really fair comeback but then to release this "modern-wanna follow the trendy-up-to-date-metal" shit and then people LIKING it....No way....Must be NU metal fans....Horrible horrible release!!!!!!!!

From: SIXXSWINE Date: October 31, 2003 at 14:41
While, I enjoy listening to Tim Owens' voice. He has some killer range! I wanted like hell to like this one, but I found it to be very uninspired & a retread of anything medicore that JP had done in the past. One that that does stand out, to me is Machine Man. Though toward the end it goes into the same generic theme that this disc (now) known for. I would give this a 3.0, this would be one to pick up if you're a JP completeist.

From: ARGENTINA Date: November 17, 2003 at 10:19
HI EVERYBODY, I AM FROM ARGENTINA, DO YOU KNOW HERMETICA??? IT´S THE BEST BAND IN THE WORLD AND IS ARGENYINIAN....BYE

From: K.K. POLAND Date: February 1, 2004 at 8:26
ehhhhh..... i really don't like demolition... bleeeeeh

From: drummerfish Date: February 22, 2004 at 9:51
NEWS FROM THE FRONT:we all knew it was a matter of time.halford is back with priest.they may play this years ozzfest,i hear a new cd is in the works,and keep your eyes open for the new 4 cd box set this year.first pressings will have a live dvd from 82! oh yeah...its on.

From: Big Papa K Date: July 7, 2004 at 18:16
While I was no big fan of "Jugulator", it still showed promise that this band can produce some good metal. Unfortunately, it looks like four years was not enough as this is the bands worst album. "One On One" is pretty good, but the rest of the tunes are just too long for no good reason and don't have anything noticeable. A band in trouble here. 4/10

From: Metalhead66 Date: November 4, 2004 at 17:24
This is Crap...And I love Priest! No Halford,No Priest Comprende!!!

From: Scott Date: November 5, 2004 at 8:38
Some people cannot deal with change, but the fact is this isn't a bad Priest album at all. Overall the playing style & songwriting is a natural progression from Jugulator. Am I just a Priest die-hard who thinks they can do no wrong? Not at all, but I also don't think there is anything wrong with the band pushing themselves a bit musically. After all with song titles like "Metal Messiah" how far removed could they be? Of course am glad that Halford is back, but while he was gone Ripper owned!

From: metal rulz Date: December 22, 2004 at 0:17
I was about to buy this one just to get some newest stuff from them. I was told to avoid it. Man, I say I don't blame Tim for anything, he may be good. But the singer who was popular, Rob, has been missed. Man, we're lucky enough that Rob came back where he belongs...to the PRIEST!

From: Metal T Date: February 28, 2005 at 17:24
"Avoid at all costs" ??? Those who thought this record was "Nu-Metal" or whatever,need to wake the f**k up.Just go back and listen to "Machine Man" and "Bloodsuckers"--Sounds like metal to me.Those 2 songs alone make it worth getting this f**ker ! Scott got it right,while Halford' was gone-Ripper' owned.

From: Been Date: May 3, 2005 at 16:47
Not very good really is it?....no....ah well...

From: Painkiller Date: June 10, 2005 at 5:37
This album is alright as far as metal goes. After Jugulator, I knew they were on to something; but unfortunately, Demolition kind of let me down. It didn't live up to Jugulator. Machine Man and One on One are the best tracks on the album. I prefer Turbo over this album.


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