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[guidogodoy] Saturday, October 31, 2009 9:59:34 PM 
Know where to look but I buy my music from artists I absolutely adore. Never a question about JP or Halford.

No rip intended, just the truth from an honest trader who just downloaded a 90s version of the JP tour.
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Necroticist from Saturday, October 31, 2009 6:12:08 PM)
[Necroticist] Saturday, October 31, 2009 6:12:08 PM 
If u know where to look - Winter Songs is already available for d/l. I already have it.  :)
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Friday, October 30, 2009 8:09:56 AM 
Hi JT! The song "She" was written about Rob's mom. Halford's ability to change his voice to match the song is just amazing! No one will ever be better than our METAL GOD! And I can't wait for my Halford METAL Christmas!!
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by JT_Small_Deadly_Space from Friday, October 30, 2009 4:47:53 AM)
[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Friday, October 30, 2009 4:50:14 AM 
I never get tired of that performance although i think that the Live in London performance of it with Ripper is better. Let me just be clear i think the performance is better not the vocals but i did enjoy them too but Halford owns on this track. I just think the album version was too slow and this version is a bit too fast. Live in London they got it just right.
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[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Friday, October 30, 2009 4:47:53 AM 
Sun is a phenominal song. Am i mistaken or was that written about his mother? Yes i love Crucible on a whole probably more than Ressurection even though i love thaty album. The title track is one of the heaviest things i've ever heard and the intro riff gives me the shvers and then Rob's voice, my god (Halford) blew me away and i thought it couldn't be matched on any song  then i heard Sad Wings on Live Insurrection which cemented his status to me as the one and only metal God, nobody and i mean nobody apart from Halford would ever be able to sing that song like that phenominal! Hell is Home is one of Rippers best definately i agree but Bloodstained struck such a chord with me i love that song! Now then as for POE yes i say it is their weakest album however it has some of my favourite tracks on it. The ones i like most are 'Heading out to the Highway', Hot Rockin, Desert Plains, Solar Angels (the best) and i even love You say Yes just for the calm and soothing bit in the middle. As for that i can say i didn't really enjoy the rest but i didn't mind Don't go either and yes there will be no sleep on Christmas Eve this year cause Halford will be shakin down my walls this yeah! AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
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[guidogodoy] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 7:35:41 PM 
Outstanding. Both playing their Gibsons in Tennessee if I am not mistaken.

I took my 5:59 minutes....
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by JayDee Jepsen from Tuesday, October 27, 2009 6:05:38 PM)
[JayDee  Jepsen] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 6:05:38 PM 
OK.........I want everyone to just take 6 minutes, remember and ENJOY  some live DESERT PLAINS!4:05 Rob screams..............ARE YOU HIGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!  HIGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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[Bazookajoe_666] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:17:27 PM 
The entire Crucible album is amazing. Every single song is great. The bonus tracks especially.
[guardian angel] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:02:36 PM 
What do you think of Sun on Crucible?  That is the gem on that cd.  I don't know what it is about that song, but it's spectacular.  And he doesn't scream during any of it, it's pure singing and carrying a note.  I just LOVE it.  Definitely on my list of Top 10 Favorite Songs EVER.  (I even tricked my husband into liking it by playing it, and THEN telling him who it was!  Heehee!)  I can't say much about the Ripper era, since I drifted a bit musically during that turbulent time.  I do however like Hell is Home quite a bit, and Ripper definitely has pipes.  But there's just something about Rob.  He doesn't imitate anyone and he's got voices within voices.  I met him once after the Painkiller concert, and he was a sweet gentleman!  While giving him a hug, I took a deep sniff of his leathers!  Good times.. Back to Winter Songs, I love their version of We Three Kings, it ROCKS!  And Get Into The Spirit KICKS!  I am deee-lighted to have METAL for Christmas and during our frigid ridiculous winters.  I am disappointed that the 3 released songs were removed from YouTube, because now I have to wait until next week to hear the songs when I buy the first copy of Winter Songs!  Old people, stay out of my way!  I will knock you over.
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[Bazookajoe_666] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 2:13:23 PM 
The tone on the guitars is great.
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[K2M] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 1:20:44 PM 
I was there. It was fantastic. And "Point of Entry". Is a great Judas Priest Album.
[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:36:08 AM 
Finally someone sees it from my point too! Yes POE was their weakest i agree with that cause i mean i aint gonna lie i love a lot of songs on Turbo, Locked in is one of my all time favourites! I would have loved to see them on that tour too like on The DVD Electric eye, the stage looked amazing and they were on top form with a full arena thousands of fans too oh man why couldn't i have been around in the 80s? Yes i would say Nostradamus is one of my most listened to albums too, i can't explain why but it is i, like you like a lot of songs on that album. I have also been through that unstoppable phase of listening to The Ripper era. I love Jugulator and Priest have never sounded heavier (would have been better with Halford though for sure). I believe there should be different genres for every time of the year and it shouldn't matter what the topic is if the music is good. Halford always manages to bring out something that is missing. Ressurection was a return to pure heavy metal, Crucible well that was an experimental album for sure but it paid off, the title track is one of the greatest opening tracks of all time (despite the intro Park Manor). Get into the Spirit rocks hard and i look forward to the rest of the album!
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[SkyRideR] Monday, October 26, 2009 6:33:21 PM 
i believe in halford for all generations...
even santa loves JUDAS PRIEST!!!
[Head banger] Sunday, October 25, 2009 7:48:06 PM 
look on the bright side.  early 90's rob wanted to do something different and had to leave the band.  cost us 14 years of clasic priest.  now its set so he can do side projects.
[Jeanine] Sunday, October 25, 2009 7:27:33 PM 
I really do respect your opinion but I really do think it is great that Priest are doing what THEY want to do and to me that is all that matters. I think every fan of Judas Priest has different opinions on why or what they like about them so it is impossible to make everybody happy when they release an album. Nostradamus is something very different but something they have been wanting to do, so I am very happy they did it. I happen to love the album but I like stories so to me it was great. So many times I hear a Priest song, and I think they could have made some sort of story about it. I have not heard the entire "Winter Songs" so it is way to early to give an opinion on it. I am very excited about some of the tracks Rob has decided to record on it.   [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Skybreaker from Tuesday, October 13, 2009 10:14:22 AM)
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[Jeanine] Sunday, October 25, 2009 7:15:43 PM 

I agree with you Hot Rockin' Metal Goddess

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[guardian angel] Sunday, October 25, 2009 6:26:45 PM 
I have to say I feel the same way.  There are great songs on virtually every album Priest has made, and some duds too.  I think the weakest offering was Point Of Entry, though I love Heading out to the Highway and Solar Angels.  It has a different feel to it.  More Arizona, than British steel mill.  I personally like that they have the balls to try new things and not get stuck in the AC/DC every album sounds the same rutt.  Don't get me wrong, I like AC/DC too, but throw in any album, it doesn't matter.  You'll get the same sound.  I came on board during Defenders of the Faith, and that is my most listened to album/cassette & CD.  Oddly, next most listened to is Nostradamus.  I like it.  Not every song, but most of them.  I also love Sad Wings & Sin after Sin, Screaming, etc etc.  Every offering has something awesome on it.  As for Winter Songs, I like what I've heard, and Rob can sing about toast and I'd likely love him more, but quite frankly, we need to have some metal over the holidays.  It can't all be Bing Crosby, Madonna's Santa Baby, and the church versions.  THANKS Rob for filling the void!  
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[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Monday, October 19, 2009 3:25:35 AM 
Ah yes Before the Dawn an underated classic on a fantastic album. Yeah that struck me when i first heard it, it was like this song is completely different to the rest of the album it was like 'Last rose of summer' on Sin after Sin (one of my all time favourites and it aint exactly heavy metal). My favourite on Killing Machine is the title track (for the UK) it has so much power and raw energy i love it. As for other ballads i would say 'Turn on your Light' is a great song and i really wish that they had released this on an album rather than as a bonus track.
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[Skybreaker] Friday, October 16, 2009 9:52:16 AM 
I decided to give Nostradamus another try last night. So I get out my mp3 player and every time I chose a Nostradamus track it would say "bad track". It's never done that before with any song, ever. Then I choose Hellrider and other Priest classics like Delivering the Goods and it works fine.(lol)! No fooling!

Its good you can find so many gems on Nostradamus but I just can't find that many. I think the best are Persecution, Conquest, Nostradamus and War.

The best ballad in my opinion is Before thr Dawn from Hell Bent. Simple song with a great solo right smack in the middle of it.
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[J.D. DIAMOND] Thursday, October 15, 2009 4:50:40 AM 

JT- wrote: i find the good in all albums and that way i can enjoy whatever i'm listening to and not be disappointed. It's a shame more people here can't think it the same way.

But JT,it just doen't work like that for most people. For me,I instantly either like it,or I do not like it right away. Nothing "grows on me" like how people say the song is growing on me,well nothing grows on me ever and the first listen of Nostradamus in its intirety I instantly did not like the album. For Skybreaker,he doesn't like Angel Of Retribution that much at all but to me its Judas Priest's 5th best album and has been since it came out but I'm not going to convince him that the album is great,to him it sucks and it is what it is.
Same thing with Guido,he hates the "A Matter Of Life And Death" album from Iron Maiden and thinks it sucks,well to me it is a good album,its not an A+ but its thier best album since Powerslave in my opinion and out of 10 tracks I like 8 of them(I hate Different World and Benjiman Bregg) but to Guido it is simply not,its a terrible album of terrible Iron Maiden material. Now to me I'm going no way man its pretty good,but it must remain a crappy album to him because what he hears is not going to get any better.

 Nostradamus is this way to me and just because they poured thier heart and soul into the album doesn't mean we should like it to make up for thier hurt feelings and such(lol!).  They have had many critics bash them and sometimes rightfully so. The Turbo album is the WORST thing Judas Priest has EVER done and I think that Winter Songs is the worst idea that Rob has come up with! lol!!

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