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Judas Priest

Metal Works '73-'93

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 1993

Label: Columbia Records

Catalog Number: C2K-53932

Average Rating: 98 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
K.K. Downing guitar
Rob Halford vocals
Ian Hill bass
Dave Holland drums
Glenn Tipton guitar
Scott Travis drums
Simon Phillips drums
Les Binks drums
Tracks
Disc 1
1.  The Hellion  0:42
2.  Electric Eye  3:38
3.  Victim of Changes  7:23
4.  Painkiller  6:05
5.  Eat Me Alive  3:34
6.  Devil's Child  4:46
7.  Dissident Aggressor  3:08
8.  Delivering the Goods  4:15
9.  Exciter  5:04
10.  Breaking the Law  2:34
11.  Hell Bent for Leather  2:38
12.  Blood Red Skies  7:49
13.  Metal Gods  4:08
14.  Before the Dawn  3:21
15.  Turbo Lover  5:33
16.  Ram It Down  4:48
17.  Metal Meltdown  4:15
  
Total Running Time:  73:41

Disc 2
18.  Screaming for Vengeance  4:43
19.  You've Got Another Thing Comin'  5:07
20.  Beyond the Realms of Death  6:52
21.  Solar Angels  4:01
22.  Bloodstone  3:52
23.  Desert Plains  4:30
24.  Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days  4:39
25.  Heading Out to the Highway  4:39
26.  Living After Midnight  3:26
27.  A Touch of Evil  5:44
28.  The Rage  4:43
29.  Night Comes Down  3:59
30.  Sinner  6:42
31.  Freewheel Burning  4:23
32.  Night Crawler  5:46
  
Total Running Time:  73:06

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Carlomagno Date: August 26, 2003 at 14:06
One of the best recopilations of all time!!

From: d Date: May 9, 2004 at 7:22
a great way of being introducted to judas priest

From: Big Papa K Date: July 7, 2004 at 18:10
Good collection if you have nothing else by the band. The problem is that it is not chronological order, and as their sound changed from album to album, it makes this seem a little uneven. Also, too many tracks from some of their weaker albums. 9/10

From: OmegaRyther Date: July 15, 2004 at 14:10
A good mix of the most song of this band, a good way for earing "judas Priest" everithng without all album of this band. Buy is Recommended. There are some problems, but are only smallest respect the rest. 9/10

From: metal rulz Date: December 22, 2004 at 0:02
If you can't get every albums that Judas Priest has made, this is the compilation you should get. Only the best songs from all the albums...and if it's Rob on it, everything here rocks!

From: Metal T Date: March 15, 2005 at 15:23
Well...The Pretenders and U2 were inducted into the Rock N'Roll Hall Of Fame last night.While,sadly Priest' are not even being considered to go in anytime soon.Oh well...Guess it really doesn't matter because those of us out here "in the know"--we know what this band has meant to both metal and music in general.Just would be nice to see bands like JP and VH get some recognition for what they've contributed .Over on the Priest'site there is a petition for induction-sign it. U2 ? Get f'n real.

From: ed Date: March 18, 2005 at 7:52
You are so right, METAL T! JUDAS PRIEST needs to be in the Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame. I can't imagine how U2 was inducted, when the Priest are far better than them. Believe me, I used to like U2 in the 80's. But Bono's thoughts of peace and love has come to something lame, when the Priest is real power heavy metal! And VAN HALEN deserves to be inducted too. They have acomplished many great things! Are ALICE COOPER and OZZY OSBOURNE inducted too? Because they need to be inducted too!

From: Painkiller Date: June 10, 2005 at 5:43
They could have done a better job on this compilation. They didn't put Dreamer Deceiver or The Ripper, 2 of the best priest songs, on this album. However, if you don't have any priest material or are new to the band. Pick this up. You'll get familiar with them quick and fast starting with Hellion/Electric Eye and Finishing with Night Crawler.

From: hair metal again Date: July 10, 2018 at 4:54
fantastic collection for JUDAS PRIEST and a great introduction to their music!so many classics,so much energy ,howling guitars & vocals , i guess heavy metal cannot get any better!essential


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