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Old 07-30-2005, 12:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have the Live In London CD of Judas Priest? I just noticed that, on my CD, two tracks are switched. Track number 12 is called "Hell Bent For Leather", but is really the song "Livin' After Midnight" and number 11 is called "Livin' After Midnight" but is actually the song "Hell Bent For Leather".

I got a bit confused over the two. Some moron must have screwed up the CD. Anyone else have this problem.
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Old 07-31-2005, 01:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Judas Priest rules the world... and Ohio. not that Ohio has anything to do with anything, but.... get over it.
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Old 07-31-2005, 01:18 AM   #3 (permalink)
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hahahhaa thats great MIP..

Yeha judas priest do rule.
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i dont even have that cd...but painkiller is great...

Judas Priest are f u c k ing awesome
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Another band I've been thinking about getting some stuff from. I want to get Hell Bent For Leather, but do you guys think If I get Priest, I should get the 2001 remasters w/ extra tracks instead of the 1990 versions?
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Another band I've been thinking about getting some stuff from. I want to get Hell Bent For Leather, but do you guys think If I get Priest, I should get the 2001 remasters w/ extra tracks instead of the 1990 versions?
There is a lot worth buying for Judas Priest and they have a much richer discography imo than the other bands you`ve been looking at AC/DC, Motorhead and Kiss. The albums to get are "Sad Wings of Destiny" a 70`s classic, "Stained Class" "British Steel" where they start to get more radio friendly, "Screaming for Vengeance" "Defenders of the Faith" "Painkiller" their thrashy release and "Age of Retribution" Again if you want to hear them live "Unleashed in the East" is a great live album.

In vocalist Rob Halford, you are probably talking about one of the most revered vocalists in metal along with Bruce D**ckinson and Ozzy.
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my torrent of "Screaming for Vengeance" got all the tracks mislabelled
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my torrent of "Screaming for Vengeance" got all the tracks mislabelled
That`s why you should buy the CD, its a album worth having.
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That`s why you should buy the CD, its a album worth having.
their discography is too big for me to handle
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There is a lot worth buying for Judas Priest and they have a much richer discography imo than the other bands you`ve been looking at AC/DC, Motorhead and Kiss. The albums to get are "Sad Wings of Destiny" a 70`s classic, "Stained Class" "British Steel" where they start to get more radio friendly, "Screaming for Vengeance" "Defenders of the Faith" "Painkiller" their thrashy release and "Age of Retribution" Again if you want to hear them live "Unleashed in the East" is a great live album.

In vocalist Rob Halford, you are probably talking about one of the most revered vocalists in metal along with Bruce D**ckinson and Ozzy.
Thanks US, but do you have any opinion regarding if the remasters sound is good, or if it really matters? I'll probably end up with their whole discography eventually, and I don't want to get bad sounding albums.

My dad used to play JP all the time when I was little, British Steel was his favorite.
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