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The Best Of Judas Priest: Living After Midnight
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Category: Classic Metal
Catalog Number: 65180
K.K. Downing Guitar|
Rob Halford Vocals
Ian Hill Bass
Dave Holland Drums
Glenn Tipton Guitar
Scott Travis Drums
|1. ||The Green Manalishi With The Two-Pronged Crown |
|2. ||Living After Midnight |
|3. ||Breaking The Law |
|4. ||Hot Rockin' |
|5. ||Heading Out To The Highway Live |
|6. ||The Hellion |
|7. ||Electric Eye |
|8. ||You've Got Another Thing Comin' |
|9. ||Turbo Lover |
|10. ||Freewheel Burning |
|11. ||Some Heads Are Gonna Roll |
|12. ||Metal Meltdown |
|13. ||Ram It Down |
|14. ||Diamonds And Rust Live |
|15. ||Victim Of Changes Live |
|16. ||Tyrant Live |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 12, 2005 at 14:18|
|ANOTHER Priest compilation with the lame yet mandatory "Living After Midnight" and "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" If you're new to Priest, ignore all this greatest hits crap, and start off with Hell Bent for Leather, and work on down the line (ignoring British Steel and Point of Entry). Once you buy Painkiller, you can then decide if you want the rest of their massive catalog. FYI, MOST of their albums have been remastered.
|From: Priest Fan
||Date: February 12, 2005 at 18:16|
|Ignore the last post. I highly recommend this one to anyone who is getting into JUDAS PRIEST. You can buy all their albums like Blayde said, they are remastered with few bonus tracks, so they are really good. Or if there is anyone just wanting a 'hits' cd this one or the Metal Works ('73-'93) are really good ones to buy... Trust me, you won't regret it.
||Date: February 12, 2005 at 18:33|
|Yeah, but this CD only has their most popular songs, not their best stuff. Where's Screaming for Vengeance? Sentinel? Rock Hard Ride Free? PAINKILLER?!?!?! Not recommended!
|From: Priest Fan
||Date: February 12, 2005 at 19:05|
|Yeah, you're right in that. That's why I recommended the Metal Works besides this one...and yes, where the hell is Rock Hard, Ride Free?? One of my favorite songs by the PRIEST...
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