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[screaming_4_priest] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:43:55 AM 
I cant wait to hear the album ! but still i have to come back to the whole WHY LIE???.
These tracks HAVE been on other Judas Priest live albums before, maybe not by this line up so why not just say that.

All songs profomed by the definitive line up or something.

The band hyped up Ripper & the 2 albums with him, and for some we did our part & stuck by the priest.
I was over the moon when Rob came back & to this day still am, i dident even feel that bad for tim cause i new no way was his career over.
no way will i just pretend he was never a real member of the band just, a hired hand or something, would even be nice if priest played a song off jugulator & demolition would be very interesting.

Edited at: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:46:59 AM
[Head banger] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:13:51 AM 
I would love to hear them with Rob, I want the disc, I just object to the idea that JP has never released them as live tracks
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[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 9:30:48 AM 
That's cool you are entitled to your opinion! Yeah i know a lot of people didn't like the Ripper years, but i bought Demolition when it came out as i was just getting into Priest and was unaware of the change in vocalists. So i kinda engaged in that era after hearing only a couple of albums with Halford, but Halford is the best. Actually i have been sceptical about Halfords voice on Painkiller and i agree it hasn'tbeen superb however he has done better performances than others whilst on tour these couple of years. Tokyo 2008 and I believe it ws Milan 2009 were better for screams but overall i would say he is better now than he was in 2005 as a couple of his screams were weak on the RITE version of the song. But he sure can scream in the song!
[Deep Freeze] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 7:40:38 AM 

You know 'Space, I do not wish to engage in an argument but I must disagree. Not just about Ripper, because I genuinely like the guy , but that era was NOT "Priest", for me. It was more like watching a Priest cover band. The music was not "classic" Priest. You're right about one thing, it was "brutal". It had a sound that was really not Priest, for me.

As far as Rob's vocals on Painkiller...well, it is my opinion that Rob has not sung that particular song well in MANY years. He cannot sing it as he did when it was written. It seems as though it is just too difficult for him. I love the song and I love watching them perform it but I just DO NOT think it is "superb" from a vocal standpoint. Not anymore.

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[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 7:30:21 AM 
I understand why people are reacting as they are at totally ignoring the Ripper live albums but am i the only one who wants to hear these tracks sung by Halford? This is a fantastic set that they have put together and to so many fans, Rob Halford is Judas Priest! Rob is my musical hero along with Scott as my drumming idol but i love the Ripper years they were brutal to say the least and awesome. However these tracks have been unreleased live with Halford so lets just be happy that the Metal God has returned and i wonder which version of Painkiller they will choose but i'm guessing it will be live in Tokyo 2008, his vocals were superb in that show!
[Head banger] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 7:16:56 AM 
even if as a band they decide to diss ripper, fine and well I supose.  they dissed a x drummer, probably more than one.  but to discount the whole tours is an insult to all 5 members, and all the fans who stuck with them
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[Screamin' Demon] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 4:53:45 AM 
Despite not having any radio hits, I think this is 'Priest's finest. This album perfectly displays the energy and intensity the band wanted to achieve by moving in this heavy direction back in '89 with the arrival of Scott. They have achieved that and this album will be sentiment to what 'Priest are truly about, at their purest.
[screaming_4_priest] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 3:31:41 AM 
Try listning to Tim sing Rapidfire or Victim Of Changes freaking awsome.
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[Ellieke] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 2:45:34 AM 
Yesterday I was watching some live song of Judas on youtube
I found "turbo lover" first sang by Rob mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fantastic and than sang by Tim , man terrible , he didn't even know the lines!! he sang the wrong words  !!!! come on ! 

Rob will always stay my metalgod !!!
[Screamin' Demon] Tuesday, May 26, 2009 2:40:09 AM 
That's a lot of contradiction there

Personally, although I don't like the Ripper era, I don't think it was fair of 'Priest to say such a thing after he saved them.
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[Head banger] Monday, May 25, 2009 4:53:10 PM 

If the Ripper era didnt exist, I want my 12 years back, or at least a refund on those CD's and DVD's
I want to keep the discs themselfs though, the music is good, but I shouldnt have to pay for it.

[spapad] Monday, May 25, 2009 4:37:14 PM 
Just saw the listing to the new live album! YES!!! Will be more than worth a thousand listens!
[ron h] Monday, May 25, 2009 7:57:04 AM 
You know, I remember all of that, and I was more than a little upset about those comments (mostly from Glenn and Ian)...I don't know if they were trying to rally around their new mate or what, but that was way out of line...I think that may be a lot of the reason those 2 albums tanked like they did,,,didn't KK say something to the effect that he believed that if the 'Ripper' led Priest would have been a new band with a different name they would have been great??...maybe the rest of the band should have took his advice!!!
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[screaming_4_priest] Monday, May 25, 2009 7:49:28 AM 
There is three songs on this album that have been on other priest live albums SO WHY LIE?,dont try to pretend the ripper era never happend , i dont think any one cares that they are on another album anyway.

I love priest with all my heart but some times they can annoy me like when ripper first joined they said stuff like were has ripper been all our lives & the songs have never sounded better & Rob started to loose it towards the end so now the songs sound rite again.

& now they pretend he was never even in the band.

Dont get me wrong though im still 1000000% glad robs back, it just annoys me sometimes.
[Phantom A6] Monday, May 25, 2009 6:28:53 AM 

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[screaming_4_priest] Monday, May 25, 2009 5:19:31 AM 
Very nice set list indeed i cant wait to hear it.

but for fuck sake whats with the whole never been realesed on a live format before what aload a shit,Dont try and fade out Ripper priest he saved ur asses.
[Screamin' Demon] Monday, May 25, 2009 3:49:35 AM 
Fucking EXCELLENT! Judas Rising? I'm going to cream my pants Hellrider? DEATH?  Dissident Aggressor, Eat Me Alive, Prophecy, Painkiller? This record fucking WILL Eat Me Alive

Edited at: Monday, May 25, 2009 3:50:53 AM
[\m/ Metal Maniac \m/] Monday, May 25, 2009 12:36:46 AM 
Sorry my font colors got all fucked up lol
[\m/ Metal Maniac \m/] Monday, May 25, 2009 12:35:41 AM 
Wow. This setlist even surpasses my expectations:
RIDING ON THE WIND                                   
DISSIDENT AGGRESSOR                                         
A TOUCH OF EVIL                              
EAT ME ALIVE                                                       

I was seriously expecting to see the usual
greatest hits setlist. I was hoping to see Metal Gods (I love it how they play it so slow and heavy now) but I really can't complain. Priest doesn't hesitate to deliver for their diehard fans, and I'm happy they delivered again.
Edited at: Monday, May 25, 2009 12:36:04 AM
[Phantom A6] Friday, May 22, 2009 1:16:04 PM 
Unreleased on a live album (especially with Rob):

Devil's child
Eat me alive
Ram it down
You don't have to be old to be wise
Rapid fire
Deal with the devil
Between the hammer and the anvil
All guns blazing
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