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[Tania2194AD] Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:43:27 AM 
With each year JP's tours become more incredible and fantastic (if talk about planning stage, decorations...). 
The last tour was super!!!!!! I like it 
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Sunday, May 06, 2012 4:05:56 PM 
Rob has a little "hut" backstage where he changes as well as sits down and gets oxygen if he needs it. If it was that hot and humid, I'm sure he needed a break. Sounds like Rob's back/leg was giving him problems again. One show he will be just fine and dancing around and the next night he will be limping. It's a hard life driving from city to city on a bus.

Glad that you all enjoyed the show!!!

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Trick37 from Sunday, May 06, 2012 12:32:37 PM)
[Trick37] Sunday, May 06, 2012 12:32:37 PM 
The concert in Leipzig, Germany ROCKED, but the venue was like a Turkish bath inside (HOT and humid).  It was 33C (93F) outside during the day, and there was no A/C or even fans to ventilate the air in the venue. Some people were having trouble with it, and had to be treated by medics. I know the bands don't control this, but I'm sure they could have some kind of influence, right?

One question that I had about the band itself was, why did Rob go back stage after almost every song? True, he's not getting any younger, but I think that he may have been in pain(?) of some sorts since he was walking with a cane at times during the concert. I'm hoping that he was/is okay. I can only immagine how hot it was for the band on stage, too.

That said, they concert ROCKED, and my wife and step-son also had a great time.    


[tasnam1] Sunday, April 08, 2012 7:34:16 AM 


I just got my tickets air mailed to me for the Munster & Dusseldorf shows in Germany.....anyone want to meet up for a drink?  My treat....PM me
[Vaillant 3.0] Sunday, April 08, 2012 12:24:13 AM 
Make sure those boots have high heels. That way you can tower over everyone else and get the best pics/video.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Sunday, April 08, 2012 12:18:49 AM)
[guidogodoy] Sunday, April 08, 2012 12:18:49 AM 
It better happen! I have already bought two new cameras and am looking for some new black boots!

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Vaillant 3.0 from Sunday, April 08, 2012 12:06:59 AM)
[Vaillant 3.0] Sunday, April 08, 2012 12:06:59 AM 
HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I usually don't note the "departure songs" myself, but this time it was different for the reasons I mentioned. Seemed inappropriate and it was just plain depressing.

Hmmm...I wonder if they'll keep that song for the secong leg of the US tour, IF it happens?

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Saturday, April 07, 2012 11:51:55 PM)
[guidogodoy] Saturday, April 07, 2012 11:51:55 PM 
You know, I never noticed! Even had to replay a couple of boots to make sure you were right.

On the money. Oddly enough, I never would have known had you not said something. You are also right. Best for the end of a hockey game or something.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Vaillant 3.0 from Saturday, April 07, 2012 11:14:14 PM)
[Vaillant 3.0] Saturday, April 07, 2012 11:14:14 PM 
You know, I definitely had a great time seeing Judas Priest live twice last year. Great stage setup, tons of pyro and lasers, the band giving it their all and delivering the goods, so to speak. Spectacular all around.

HOWEVER! I must confess.

I didn't like that they used Queen's "We Are the Champions" as their...departure song, I guess? You know, when they play the song through the venue speakers as soon as the last band leaves the stage, as if to say, "show's over"? Yeah, didn't like this one. I mean, sure, the band is a champ, absolutely no doubt about it, but I'm the one here LOSING my idols to age and retirement! Nope, felt more like a loser. Maybe that was what the band wanted us to feel after the show? That somehow we're all champions, but losers at the same time? *shrugs* Ah, well. I least I have the memories.

I dunno. Just wanted to put that out there. I can't be the only one, right?
[guidogodoy] Friday, December 16, 2011 11:54:34 PM 
Damn! How did we all miss the Hammond review?! Even has a couple of vids mixed in there. Only two. Too bad as I thought I saw myself in the crowd in BRS....until Halford says St. Louis! HAA!

Still, TWO decent sounding vids from the Venue. the-screen-door.blogspot.com/2011/12/concert-review-judas-priest-11122011.html
[Starbreaker287] Friday, December 02, 2011 4:12:45 PM 
I've enjoyed reading all your reviews..  Especially HMRG's.  My review was more along the line of Budred's and I got a lot of heat for it. 

So glad, so many had a great time and took their kids. 

[Maple Syrup] Wednesday, November 30, 2011 7:46:56 AM 

[methib] Saturday, November 26, 2011 2:09:53 PM 
 Hey Maple Syrup, Metalgodess posted a great review and pics from Toronto on the "superhappy" topic.  I was there too and was ecstatic.  
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Maple Syrup from Saturday, November 26, 2011 7:11:25 AM)
[Maple Syrup] Saturday, November 26, 2011 7:11:25 AM 

3 Dates in Canada and not a word? Lets hear from you about this exciting show you just witnessesd from the mighty JP. MpleSyrp

[Budred] Sunday, November 20, 2011 3:30:16 PM 
Yeah. The guard even told if I had a camera or phone I could tape, they just didn't allow camcorders.
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[guidogodoy] Sunday, November 20, 2011 1:34:26 PM 
My brother (and I for a few songs) taped the whole thing in Detroit. Had a guard both in front and behind and they never said a word.

Camera and cameraphone, though. Funny to watch as you can see when we both get really excited and the video bounces around. Not exactly professional quality but, between us, we did get the whole show.
[spapad] Sunday, November 20, 2011 1:08:25 PM 
I did notice one guy at the Detroit show who had a digital camcorder but the scope was pretty big on it and they told him to shut if off, but several people were using smaller cameras, that were taking great video from my view, and they never once said a thing to them.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS from Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:30:56 PM)
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:30:56 PM 
Oh, it was a digital camera. But usually they tell you to turn those off too. You snuck in a video camera?

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Sunday, November 20, 2011 6:27:21 AM)
[Head banger] Sunday, November 20, 2011 9:34:51 AM 

I didnt recall any BS jam from calgary either.  perhaps a one off?  or something new since sabath anounced a tour with ozzy?
 


  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by tasnam1 from Saturday, November 19, 2011 11:33:45 PM)
[Maple Syrup] Sunday, November 20, 2011 9:18:01 AM 
Tas: It was playful Sabbath jam that richie started,..Rob didnt sing to it;  they were just doing it in btwn a song. proly lasted less than 2 min, if that. MpleSyrp 
Edited at: Sunday, November 20, 2011 9:19:56 AM
[Budred] Sunday, November 20, 2011 6:27:21 AM 

Just curious. Was it a video camera or digital camera?
They didn't bother anyone around me with cameras.

[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:31:06 AM 
I loved your vids too Budred - brings back fantastic memories for me. Sorry that you had the security guard from hell where you were. I filmed the entire song Beyond The Realms Of Death. The one security guard was falling asleep in front of us and the other kept looking at me but didn't do anything.... guess it all depends on if they are on a power trip or not. In Detroit, one security guard told me that I couldn't tape the banner to the rail (even though the tape came off easily and didn't hurt their precious rail, LOL). Then the two security guards in front of us came over and told me that we looked like nice people and didn't look like we were trouble makers so whatever happened with the banner they were OK with. I taped it up when the lights went down and the guy on the power trip was too busy yelling at people in front of him to care about me

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:19:20 AM)
[Budred] Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:19:20 AM 
Thanks to Spa and [ . ] for the comments.
Those videos would have been so awesome if I could have filmed from my seat.
I had to move back because they wouldn't allow video cameras. I didn't think to take
my digital camera. Those videos actually leave me confused because I think Rob
sounded better than I remember from the show.  The same thing happened when
I took video of Three Days Grace at Uproar. Their singer sucked but the video made him
sound better. (No, Rob didn't suck!)
[tasnam1] Saturday, November 19, 2011 11:33:45 PM 
Maple Syrup,

"2 Minute Black Sabbath Jam"?

Please clarify.

I saw them twice in the U.K. on this tour no BS Jam and I will see them tonight in MA.

Do you mean the War Pigs intro before the curtain drops?

Thanks
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Maple Syrup from Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:45:42 PM)
[Becks] Saturday, November 19, 2011 6:08:24 PM 
Great review Maple!!

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[spapad] Saturday, November 19, 2011 5:01:30 PM 
Oh My God! That's one of my favorite Rob get ups from back in the day. I drew him wearing just that very outfit a long time ago.
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[guidogodoy] Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:22:00 PM 
I couldn't agree more with those final comments. Anyone sitting on the fence? DON'T!!
This is just an incredible tour. I'm glad that you also hooked a good one, Maple!
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Maple Syrup from Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:45:42 PM)
Edited at: Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:23:34 PM
[Maple Syrup] Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:20:28 PM 

Thanks Spa & HRMG!! MpleSyrp
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[spapad] Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:14:13 PM 
Good videos Bud. Enjoyed them.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:16:23 PM)
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:58:22 PM 
Great review Maple!! It certainly did bring all of the old time fans back to the old days. I'm so glad that my 2 sons were able to see this show with us in Detroit - it was one that they will NEVER EVER forget.

   FOREVER!!

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[spapad] Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:51:46 PM 
Great review Maple! I know just how you felt!

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[Maple Syrup] Saturday, November 19, 2011 3:45:42 PM 
Cannot say enough about the show last night in Jersey. Priest played flawlessly and my personal faves were: Blood Red Skies, Nightcrawler and Beyond the Realms. They are a well oiled machine 21 songs in all and what can you say except they brought it to the house last nite. Loved too when they did the Black Sabbath jam for about 2min. Also showed the old school Priest in them, in so many ways. Halford delivering on many highs and his mid range screams brought the roof down OMG. Richie is really blending in nicely with the band, and his solos were spot on. Tipton is still the master ripping and shredding the whole night. Ian was as steady as ever, the backbone of the rythym section with Scott. Great Pyro and Light Show too certainly brought this long-time Priest fan back to the old days and the set list kicked ass too. Full House &The sound was terrific with the double bass of scott travis pulsating all night. If you are on the fence I suggest you go and not miss this one. Thank you JP for a great show! MPleSyrp   
[British_Steel_80] Saturday, November 19, 2011 2:24:01 PM 
Last night, Izod Center, Section 9 floor, Row H. Show was awesome and the first for my 15 year old son. Two of his friends were there and one other dad. I can only express superlatives about the show. I missed not seeing KK, but since we were sitting right in front of Richie Faulkner, as the show went on I came to appreciate what he brings and enjoyed his work. Faulkner rocks, can play.

I met a fan that has a brother that works at Izod Center on the beer line ... and she said, "want to see the play list" ... 'sure!' Out comes the printout, each song, including special effects. The flames, set, lasers, all well done. Not overdone. Their "new" version of Diamonds and Rust, uptempo, great. The backscreen of different album covers as they did music from the entire collection, great touch.

My first show was British Steel tour in 1980 when I was 17. My son loved the show, has been listening to Priest music for years so he knew all the songs. Painkiller and Judas Is Rising are his two favorites. Up front where we were the fans were totally into it. There was a large crowd, close to being sold out. Halford sounded great, I cannot believe he can still do what he does.

A great experience for me and my son. I am not big on the super-detailed concert review thing. Reviewers of all kinds seem like they need to find 'something good' and 'something bad'. Sorry, but for me and my kid it was all GREAT. Unforgettable experience. For me, the count is 8 shows, all memorable. If they add more USA tour dates near me I am going to go again.
[spapad] Saturday, November 19, 2011 2:16:24 PM 
Last time Say it ain't so!
Good to know you had a good time MMJP!


  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by METALMANJP from Saturday, November 19, 2011 7:55:11 AM)
[METALMANJP] Saturday, November 19, 2011 7:55:11 AM 
Hey I've been busy and wanted everyone to know that I thought Priest was great in Cleveland. To each his own and all that matters is I had a great time it just sux this may be the last time.
[.] Saturday, November 19, 2011 7:01:24 AM 
 Thanks for the vids and the review, Budred.
[Budred] Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:38:11 AM 
People here are funny. I think some comment without fully reading a post. Two people have mentioned
the word fight now when referring to me yet I never accused anyone of that. I said people were angry because
my opinion differed from their's. Read the posts, it's obvious. If you guys think Priest was that great then so be it.
All I know is that out of the 17 times that I've seen them that was my least favorite. They've sounded so much
better in the past.
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Friday, November 18, 2011 11:28:09 PM 
AWESOME!! Glad you had a great show too!! I was saying the same thing to people, it reminded me of Rob on the Painkiller tour. It was really mind blowing, IMO.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by METAL MELTDOWN from Friday, November 18, 2011 2:49:07 PM)
[spapad] Friday, November 18, 2011 7:47:35 PM 
 So glad you enjoyed the show MM. Rob was awesome!  
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[Vaillant 3.0] Friday, November 18, 2011 2:58:38 PM 
Hey MM! Nice to see you here again!

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by METAL MELTDOWN from Friday, November 18, 2011 2:49:07 PM)
[METAL MELTDOWN] Friday, November 18, 2011 2:53:50 PM 
Video I took in Rochester on 11/16.  Judas is Rising.... Awesome show...

[METAL MELTDOWN] Friday, November 18, 2011 2:49:07 PM 
I went to the Rochester show on wednesday the 16th and I was fucking amazed!! Rob sounded as if it were the Painkiller tour!  He was dead on....
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS from Friday, November 18, 2011 7:49:41 AM)
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Friday, November 18, 2011 7:49:41 AM 
Budred, I was at the same show that you were. You said that people were "laughing at Rob when he tried to hit those notes". Well, where I was, people were practically falling to their knees at how incredible he still is. The looks on everyones faces around me when he hit them said it all. Rob knew that he was on - I loved that look he gave the crowd after some of his screams as if to say to everyone "Yeah - what did you think of that?!" He is moving around the stage so much more than in the past and giving it everything that he has, for almost 2 1/2  hours each night! If I were fighting with you, you would KNOW it. I just don't agree with your review of the exact same show that I was at. You want Priest to hang it up and you said that they should have done so after the British Steel tour. Well, I don't agree with that either - I am so incredibly thankful that I was able to see them 3 more times and hear Rob sing some of my favorite Priest tracks that I had never heard done live before. Richie does make them sound different, there is no getting around that. I can totally see where fans would be upset by that, it's a hard pill to swallow.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:26:18 PM)
[Vaillant 3.0] Thursday, November 17, 2011 11:21:40 PM 
I dunno, man. Rob sounded great in that one, sound effects and all. Great sound!

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:16:23 PM)
[spapad] Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:14:42 PM 
You don't have that all right. I actually was joking about the what planet where you on saying. I supposed you've never used that it jest have you? I forget you often don't get my humor. The pseudo fans was about the guys that wanted to stand on the floor drink their beer and not move and inch and expect everyone around them to behave the same, that little story was the reason for that post. Saying Fuckin off the Hook is not wrong, they were to me.

The overall tone of your posts were not exactly something I would agree with at all, but I didn't go out of my way to fight with you. If I did you'd know it.
I did bear witness to what I thought of the shows.

BTW, I'll get round to watching the videos when I get Firefox runnning right again One little update screwed the whole thing up.

 
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Edited at: Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:16:16 PM
[Budred] Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:22:43 PM 


"Judas Rising"
[Budred] Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:16:23 PM 


"Starbreaker"


@Metallian, Thank you.

Edited at: Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:19:16 PM
[The Metallian] Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:58:44 PM 
 Well said man,i got flamed after my remarks about the American Idol and since that i don't post much here anymore!
I left highschool over 24 years ago and left that kinda shit behind!

Rock Hard Ride Free Budred!




  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:26:18 PM)
[Budred] Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:50:24 PM 

No one commented on the other two so I'm not sure you guys really want to see these.
I realize not everyone comments on everything they read or see but I thought these would
draw some kind of reaction. Hope some enjoy. Peace! 

Ironically, "Never Satisfied"
[Budred] Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:26:18 PM 
All I'm going to say is that there is a core group of people (about 6) that I do everything in
my power not to offend or get into a back and forth with. (I respect them)Three of them left posts
after mine that in my opinion sounded angry.  One had F**ing included in the post, another wondered
what planet I'm from and another just seemed to be joining the frenzy so how can I not take
that as angry. There was "these pseudo fans"  and "Never Satisfied" comments. I said that 14 out of 17
times they were amazing. That's never satisfied? I've seen them every time they hit this area since 1981
and bought every album they've released but because I thought this show lacked a little I'm a
pseudo fan.
 I didn't agree that they were that awesome but I didn't leave a single post referring
to any person who did. If you guys think it's just me I even had a private message telling me
they thought that it was funny that people get angry with me because my opinioned differed
from the others. I learned (thank you Jimmy) to not let myself get out of hand and almost
everything I do on here is tempered or thought out (usually) so as not to do what I did my first
year here. So I'm not going to do anything stupid. As negative as my post may be all I was saying
was that it wasn't what Priest has gotten me accustomed to over the years. I didn't say they sucked.
I didn't suggest anyone not go.




Edited at: Thursday, November 17, 2011 4:39:42 PM
[guidogodoy] Thursday, November 17, 2011 12:19:05 PM 
Man, I have to chime in here as well. Like HRMG, I am not angry in the least but I do have to agree that Hammond was one of the greatest shows I have seen Priest play in several tours. Rob was so "on" that night that it made me wonder if he could even come close in Detroit. Damned if he didn't do it!

Hammond left me speechless (and voiceless). Despite the sold-out crowd there you could clearly hear Rob without a microphone and an entire crowd chiming in for BTL. It was nothing short of amazing. Detroit the following night? I was 13th row floor, center and was floored when he did it a second time. I even found Glenn to be more into it as he was jumping around more than the previous night.

Can't comment on Ohio but I stand by my comments about Hammond and Detroit 100%. Listened to some of my videos last night but damned if Rob didn't blow out the top-end of the mic! Could it have been them boosting the audio volume? Not when you can jump up and almost touch the Metal God's boot! Didn't have a thing to do with it. The man (and BAND) was simply out of this world.

Not to say that your opinion is wrong but I was and am still in awe of the shows I attended.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Budred from Thursday, November 17, 2011 3:40:10 AM)
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  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Head banger from Thursday, November 17, 2011 8:03:52 AM)
[Head banger] Thursday, November 17, 2011 8:03:52 AM 
maybe the highs arent perfect, so what.  I thought it was a great show, certainly better than the nost tour, or the reunion tour.  the painkiller tour was a long time ago, hard to remember and I was on the floor with beter sound, at my first ever concert.  I didnt think rob was perfect, any of the 4 can miss a note here and there, but heck the intro to turbo is buggered up in the priest live album.  missed notes, either vocal or thru a stringed instrument happen.  musical perfection is not what creates a great show, and they created a great show.  thats my take on it. 
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Thursday, November 17, 2011 7:35:09 AM 
I'm not getting angry Budred, you are entitled to your opinion but don't expect me to agree with it and keep quiet and let everyone believe that Rob didn't sound that great in Cleveland when I feel that he was AWESOME! I'm not sugar coating anything and I don't suck up to people and say things that are untrue. I was very close to the stage for all 3 shows, (3rd row Hammond where the stage was within reaching distance of the rail, front row center in Detroit and 2nd row center in Cleveland) and let me tell you, I could hear Rob singing WITHOUT the mic! He sang directly in front of me many times. His voice is so strong, that I could hear him singing Breakin' The Law! I remember an interview once of one of his bandmates that said that they were at sound check and Rob's mic wasn't working but Rob sang anyway and they could still HEAR him over the music. I really didn't think that was possible until this weekend because I heard it FOR MYSELF! He left the mic turned to the audience and paced the stage and I could still hear him singing. I talked to many people after each show and every single one of them was blown away by Rob's voice and said it was the best they had heard in YEARS. So you have your opinion and I have mine. I don't expect perfection, so if he blows a note - it's no big deal to me.
[Budred] Thursday, November 17, 2011 3:40:10 AM 
Man, some people sure do get angry when your opinion differs from them. If you guys think Priest
was that great then so be it. I said they were good, just not great. Everytime , minus the two described,
Priest has been amazing live. Right now I don't think that they were that amazing. I said Rob sounded good,
just not up to par with past performances. This is why I said they are picking the right time to go out. They can
still do it, just not as well. I also like the Priest "sound" and as good as Ritchie is, and I said he's fantastic, he
changes their sound. I didn't say he ruined it, just changes it, and I said that's a little tough for (me). I was on
the side with a perfect view and I was watching Rob intently. I don't think he was that great. I hated the way
they amplified his highs to improve them and I can't believe none of you noticed that. I'm used to negativity here
so I'm sure I'll get more. Sorry for giving my opinion. I guess if it's not candy coated you guys don't want to hear it.
I know what I've seen in the past and last night was not as good as that. Being my least favorite Priest doesn't
mean it sucked, it just means their best is behind them. Agree or not that's how I see it. I'll post more videos if
you guys want to see them. Peace!
[Becks] Thursday, November 17, 2011 12:06:38 AM 

Wicked photo Guids!
Reading all these reviews and cool experiences makes me even more desperate to see Priest in concert at least once.


  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:37:45 PM)
[Vaillant 3.0] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 11:07:13 PM 
COOL PIC!!!

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[spapad] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:54:27 PM 
Is that one of mine?!!! It's killer!! 
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:37:45 PM)
[guidogodoy] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:37:45 PM 
Oh, you KNOW they did. Not that I've had much of a chance to review them but, hell, out of several hundred the odds are in our favor! LOL!!!
Hang on....one teaser.

There! Lots of blurry but lots of sharp to match!





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[spapad] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:29:33 PM 
Armistice day Week my friend! A must for anyone British and even Scott wore one.

Please tell me my close ups of Richie and Rob turned out in Hammond! Please!  

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:24:37 PM)
[guidogodoy] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:24:37 PM 
I am reviewing the pieces of video as I type and I am glad to say that the only person around me who wasn't going absolutely crazy in Detroit was some poor woman who was a bit "under the weather!" LOL! She sat with her head down on her lap through BLS and Priest. Good for us! I made my brother switch to the seat behind her for better filming! We just had to say "sorry" to all the people behind us as the camera was blocking their view. Hey, we promised them free copies! Even gave one guy a shot of Rob signing his stuff right after the show. Still, while the vid on the cellphone looks great, it can't hold a candle to a decent point-and-shoot.

Best shot was OF the guy in question! Hope you enjoyed this, nameless stranger! (check our Rob's flower! Almost as good as the fact that four of the six guys waiting all had on Detroit Tigers hats! Yeah, boy!)



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[spapad] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:15:04 PM 
I would have fell on my knees to worship had the DT people not crammed the seats so tight that my knees hit the seats in front of me while seated and the back of my knees took a beating when I stood. My knees were spent. lol They could have eased up a bit on the spacing. I had to stand on my seat to let anyone pass.
I did do alot of "all hail" arm bowing.  

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[guidogodoy] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:05:15 PM 
"Laughing at him?!?" In MY packed section in Detroit there were people practically falling to their knees to praise the Metal Gods! It was universal! Rob was simply outstanding in both shows. Hands down and I have a ton of vid to prove it! Vocals were just spot-on! 

Now if I could only get all my data organized...

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[spapad] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:03:56 PM 
It goes without saying for me that they put on an excellent show.

Never Satisfied..................perfect for the pseudo fans.

Ha, we had two guys move in on our row before the priest set which had me standing in my seat for a bit just to fix the problem that they were lacking one seat. I knew the fan they would be standing next to on their right was die hard, and I knew I was going to rock out on their left side. They apparently were not the diehard fans they thought they were because they up and moved four songs into the show.

You sure didn't hear me and Flora crying about it! We got to move down where shorter people stood and have a much better view! If they couldn't take it they must have been mild fans. lol   

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[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 9:53:18 PM 
The long time Priest fans around us in Cleveland/Detroit/Hammond were all in complete awe of Rob as well. No one was laughing at him around me. There was only praise and a lot of holy shit's that was AWESOME, the best I've heard him since the '80s, etc. I also didn't know if Rob could perform that well in Detroit after absolutely KILLING IT in Hammond the night before, but holy hell, he NAILED IT AGAIN!! The entire band KILLED IT both nights! In Cleveland, Glenn wasn't jumping around quite as much, but he was still giving an incredible performance. Ian was strong as always, Scott blew me away as he always does and Richie really did a fantastic job. And if you decided to not go see them, well, I THANK YOU because I was able to get closer seats! HA!

Personally, I think they are playing a certain song on this tour that sums up some fans: NEVER SATISFIED!

ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!!  

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[guidogodoy] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 8:03:02 PM 
My two cents here is that Priest absolutely SLAYED in Chicago. The energy to the sold-out crowd was fantastic and Rob was pitch-on fucking perfect!!! It was on par with the greatest concerts I have ever seen in my life. Here I thought "no way they could do it the following night in Detroit" but, again, BALLS OUT fantastic yet again!

Now, I know it isn't just me as I had one of the most judgemental of people at my side: my brother. That is why I named him the "official photographer / videographer" of the show. Hell, he was the first to admit that he had never seen such a thing. A live band who brings down the house with extremely demanding shows two nights in a row. He even had a hard time holding the camera steady as he, too, was caught up in the emotion of Rob and the boys tearing it up again in Detroit.

Final point is what others have said here before: anyone who chose to sit out on this concert had no idea what they were missing. Fucking AWESOME!!!!
[spapad] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 6:39:36 PM 
When I read Bud's review, I had to wonder what planet he saw them on. The two shows I saw were just musicianship wise off the FUCKIN' HOOK! Rob is still the most awesome metal singer in the world! I just don't know where he formed that negative opinion? I was completely blown away by the shows!
 
I heard a couple of old timers the next morning talking about the Turbo show and Defenders being the most visual stunning sets and they were only impressed by the Pyros. I had to speak up and remind them that times have changed and bands don't make as much from album/CD sales as they used to so expecting some metal monster was not in the cards for Priest, nor most bands these days. In the back of my mind I was only thinking, you ingratful bastards.    

I had the best nights in Chicago and Detroit, and I wouldn't trade that experience with Flora for the world. 
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[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 6:10:54 PM 
From where I was sitting in Cleveland, second row absolute center seat, Rob was INCREDIBLE!!! His performance and energy were absolutely amazing. He is pouring absolutely everything he has into each and every show and for that I am absolutely grateful! I don't consider him to be struggling at all - he had some jaw dropping unbelievable highs in all 3 shows that I saw. Can he hit every single note in every single show? No, but can ANY SINGER????? NOOOOOOOOO!!! I've never seen a perfect show and I doubt that anyone has by ANY band. If you have ever tried to sing, you know that it is not easy to do and sometimes you just don't hit it right. Give Rob a fucking break already and think about all the incredible notes he did hit before you moan about the ones that he didn't. Think about the fact that he has been doing this longer than some singers who can't sing half their catalog anymore - Joe Elliot or Geoff Tate come to mind. Geoff has his keyboard player sing the high notes for him in case you didn't know and Geoff can no longer sing Take Hold of the Flame (my fav. Queensryche song). I give Rob all the props in the world for saying Fuck It and going out there and giving it everything he has - because other singers younger than him are avoiding the harder songs.

Rob, once again you proved beyond a shadow of a doubt in this fans mind why you are THE METAL GOD!!!
[Budred] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 6:07:51 PM 

"Heading Out To The Highway"
[Budred] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 5:43:18 PM 


I got this to youtube quicker than I thought I would. You guys should like this. It doesn't
sound to bad.
"Rapid Fire"
[Budred] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 4:48:10 PM 
I would like to explain a few of my comments because my review may sound a little more critical than intended.
When I said it may me time to step away it's not because I thought they sucked. It's just so obvious the quality of
their live performance is starting to slip. They put on a decent show but nothing like what I've become accustomed
to over the years. I would rather see them go out while they do sound decent  rather than embarass themselve when
 they don't. Also, Rob didn't sound that bad, he justs seems to be struggling in areas that make his performance sound
a little less than top notch. I'll post some videos and you'll see they weren't too bad. I just had trouble getting excited
after hearing them sound so much better in the past. Richie is a fantastic guitar player and a good addition to Priest
but he makes them sound different and that's a little tough for me. My videos would have been awesome but they
caught me taping Zakk Wylde and told me cameras only. I moved further to the back for the first 6 songs of Priest
so I could tape. Then I went back to my seat. I stand by my least favorite show comment, it really was. Not bad, but
not Priest at their best. I'll post some videos in a day or two. Peace!
[Budred] Wednesday, November 16, 2011 7:56:18 AM 
I went to the Cleveland show last night. I liked the concert but I think they are picking the right time
to quit touring. I've seen Priest many times and last night was probably my least favorite of them. The first
tour with Ripper I didn't care for because of the overall sound. I saw them in Cincinnatti on A.O.R. and the
volume was too low so that one wasn't great either but the show last night was just lacking in quality. I think
the band sounded OK, it was Rob I didn't care for. I thought he struggled too much. On his highs he did OK
but they would amplify his voice each time he screamed to make it sound like his highs were better than they
were. I saw people around me laughing when he tried some of those. I'm not here to rip these guys so I'll
keep this short and not too mean. They did OK and I have some videos that aren't too bad but I think this would
be my last time seeing them even if they didn't quit touring. Richie is a great guitar player but they definitely
miss KK. He's not even close to the same. Lastly, yes I bought one of those 35 dollar tees. That will be my last
of those also. Anyone that hasn't seen Priest may like the current show but to those that have seen the Priest,
you've already seen the best they have to offer. I wasn't even sad at the end. I think it's time they hang it up.
I would have been so much happier if British Steel would have been the last tour. It was great. Peace all.
[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 11:25:06 PM 
Great review! Glad you had a kick ass time!
Have fun metalman!

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[hellrider 31038] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 6:11:31 PM 
HEY ROB HALFORD THE METAL GOD REV IT FULL BLAST THEN LET OFF ON IT I LOVE THAT SOUND.OH FUC? YEAH
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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 5:48:01 PM 
Have fun metalman!

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[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 5:15:16 PM 
Have a great night MMJP!

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[METALMANJP] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 2:54:54 PM 
The final post before I head out to the final world tour. I'm leaving work and getting the leather on and going to Cleveland !
[lilmac] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 2:13:03 PM 
-The Judas Priest concert on Thursday in St. Louis (11/10/2011) was absolutely amazing!
-I went to this show with some reservations due to KK Downing abruptly retiring. I never thought that this younger gent (Ritchie) could have bested or replaced what KK had done on rhythm guitar since 1974.
-My was I surprised! Ritchie was unique on rhythm guitar because he did his thing and didn’t spend the evening copying KK’s signature solos and rhythms.
-Thin Lizzy opened and was quite good, came on at 5:45pm as billed. Shame Phil Lennot wasn’t there… Enjoyed Jailbreak, Boys are Back in Town and Cowboy Song! Timeless music…
-Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society played in the middle before PRIEST. BLS was mediocre at best. Great riffs at points, but we sat on stage left in the front lower part of the lower level which added to not being able to hear the full PA mix the best at points. Zakk is truly a egomaniac and spent the bulk of the night showing off and doing countless lead solos. We could only hear his lyrics/singing clearly on one song- Bow Down… That song rocked, but overall they badly need a SINGER!!!
-Judas Priest came out and played a lengthy 2 hour and 20 minute show…..one that I’ll never forget!!!
-Between some of the later songs in their set, the band members other than Halford would go get a quick drink while Halford explained to the crowd about the background of the upcoming song. Most of the latter songs had a backdrop/banner with the LP cover of the track to be played
-I cannot believe how intense Halford’s voice still is!!!
-The “new” drummer(1990 on) has exceeded all expectations
-Ritchie on rhythm guitar (the newest addition, for this tour) truly blew me away. His solos did not mimic KK Downing’s, but were his own take on these timeless riffs
-Glen Tipton again proved why he is one of the best guitarists ever in rock history
-Ian Hill on bass did things I’d never seen him do. He really threw his bass around and emphasized notes like never before
-All in all, Judas Priest has done more than I ever could believe. I got into this group in 1976-77 courtesy of an older friend of mine in Hays, KS, the rest is history!!!
-Being around since 1974 thru the present says it all, countless great LP’s which we now now as CD’s. My, have the times changed? Or have they??? Love that JUDAS PRIEST!!! The boys from Birmingam, England…


-Priest opened their show with- Battle Hymn (pre recorded) into Rapid Fire (classic track from 1980’s “British Steel” LP / Great opener! Show is off to a great start… Halford bellows “Pounding the World, like a BATTERING RAM!)
-Next was:
-Metal Gods (Another rocker from 1980’s “British Steel” LP / Halford’s voice was strong, crowd went nuts!)
-Heading Out to the Highway (from “Point of Entry” LP- 1981 / always a rousing number, very well done)
-Judas Rising (from 2005’s “Angel of Retribution” CD / intensely done, Ritchie is proving to be a player)
-Starbreaker (From “Sin After Sin” LP- 1977 / WOW! The band had stars flying across the large video screen as they performed, made me wanna take off to outer space! LOVED this track, never thought I’d see it live…)
-Victim of Changes (Taken from the 1976 classic LP- “Sad Wings of Destiny”. This is always an amazing track live. Ritchie did his rhythm parts very well. Tipton blew the crowd away with his amazing lead guitar solos and riffs)
-Never Satisfied (a gem from the 1st LP- “Rocka Rolla” from 1974. Great grind, riffs to never forget! Very well done…LOVED it!!!)
-Diamonds & Rust (Cover of the classic Joan Baez folk song from their 1st LP- “Rocka Rolla”- 1974 . Ritchie played acoustic at first, somewhat rough of a start on his part. Glen Tipton played electric all the way thru. As the band progressed away from acoustic back to the heavy part, Ritchie and crew absolutely floored the crowd with their amazing POWER and intensity!!! Superb version of this all time classic…)
-Dawn Of Creation (intro into) Prophecy (a couple of interesting tracks from the latest CD- “Nostradamus”- 2008, the 2 disc concept album. Halford was dressed up in a bizarre bright hooded outfit as he hollered out- “I am Nostradamus…”)
-Night Crawler (from 1990’s speed metal album “Painkiller”. Was somewhat surprised they played this again like they had in 2008, but as Halford says- “Beware the Beast in Black!”)
-Turbo Lover (Great, driving song from the unique “Turbo” album from 1986. Strong rendition, made me wanna strap on the seat belt and burn rubber!)
-Beyond the Realms of Death (Taken from the 1978 LP- “Stained Class”. Another of the classic “melodramatic” pieces by this group. Love the mellow to intense progression of this piece! Very powerful version, Halford blew the crowd away as always…).
-The Sentinel (taken from 1984’s “Defenders of the Faith” LP. This track is taken from the tour that was my 1st JP show at Sandstone Amp. in KC on 7/15/84 which was my 16th birthday. What a show THAT was! Still loving this group 30 years later!!! This song has such a memorable sound/riff, very good version, Tipton ROCKED!!!)
-Blood Red Skies (taken from “Ram It Down”- 1988 / Great mellow intro with a bright red laser beam that hovered over the crowd to emphasize the title. Then the “cybernetic heartbeat”….)
-The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown) (Taken from the 1979 LP- “Hell Bent for Leather” / Great ROCKIN’ version. Another example of why Judas Priest live are one of the finest hard rocks groups ever!).
-Breaking the Law (from 1980’s “British Steel” LP / “Breakin’ the WHAT?” I would have preferred The SINNER in it’s place but this is one of their best known tracks. Well done, good crowd interaction)
-Drum solo (Scott Travis) into- Painkiller (from 1990’s “Painkiller” CD / Good drum solo by Travis, the drummer that took over in 199o. Solo sequed into Painkiller… Rob Halford simply punished the crowd at points with his amazing high octave screams. His final note about blew my eardrums out. Man, this guy is as good now, in most cases, as he was 20 years ago. GREAT version, this band is absolutely on fire!!!)
Encore 1:
-The Hellion(recorded intro) into - Electric Eye (taken from the 1982 LP- “Screaming for Vengeance” / This album was given to me along with the new Iron Maiden LP (# of the Beast) back in 1982, what a gift! Halford’s timeless lyrics say it all- “Up Here in Space, I’m Looking Down On YOU….!” Awesome version, usually done as a set opener, great rendition, timeless band!!!
-Hell Bent for Leather (Title track from the 1979 LP / Halford rides out in full leather on his Harley as he revs up the engine to the crowds delight. Drummer, guitars all join in the madness of the LOUD intro as the Harley roars, then the band screams out another Hell Bent ANTHEM…).
-You've Got Another Thing Comin' (from “Screaming for Vengeance” / Hard to believe that the eve is almost over. My neck is sore by this stage from headbanging like a teen! Girl behind me grabbed my bottom, thought I was in for an interesting eve being that her hubby was by her… My neighbors behind me were all high fivin’ throughout the eve, truly a remarkable performance)
-Encore 2: -Living After Midnight (from 1980’s “British Steel” LP / Scott Travis, the drummer comes back out first and prods the crowd to make some NOISE!!! For a final encore I will have to say that this band is truly going out in style. Truly a remarkable performance, not bad for a bunch of guys in there late 50’s/early 60’s!!!)
[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 9:09:07 AM 
Have a Great night HRMG! Get some more riding crop photos!

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[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 9:07:53 AM 
HA! Can I take my girl to a show and not buy something? We did a little shopping. Prices were a bit steep, but hey you GOT to have it! lol



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[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 6:03:29 AM 
I prefer to see it that way as well. We WILL all meet one day! And if we were all under the same roof for a Priest show, the place would explode

Here is a picture that I took of Rob with the crop in his mouth. ENJOY!!! We are off to Cleveland to say goodbye to the MIGHTY PRIEST!!





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[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 1:00:57 AM 
Ditto Spa. One day

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:58:43 AM 
Say, I've been meaning to ask, Spa. Did you get to buy any 'Priest merch at the concert?
[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:53:07 AM 
Will, one day is the way I prefer to see it.

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:52:07 AM 
I sure hope we can meet one another. One day.

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[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:48:46 AM 
I'm going to play NOSTRADAMUS. One day, we will all meet.

But not by Hocus Pocus.

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:46:45 AM 
HA! That'd be cool, to go from CA to, say, NZ with a click of the mouse.

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[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:44:56 AM 
Ain't that the truth Spa!

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:43:58 AM 
Thank you. I shall do my best in finishing this chore called job-hunting by getting a job, even if it kills me.

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[spapad] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:43:40 AM 
If life and travel only moved as fast as the internet, we'd have it made. Perfect world!


Congrats on the mortgage Becks! Something solid!


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[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:38:51 AM 
Thanks! It's a lovely wee house, we move in in two weeks YAY!
Ooh job hunting, poop, I know how hard that can be! I hope it's a short lived exercise for you.

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:26:18 AM 
Congrats on the new house! I remember you talking about that on FB. I bet it's real nice.

Start saving those pennies! As for me, I gotta finish this thing called job-hunting quick.

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[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:19:50 AM 
Hmmm me thinks that is an idea! Depending on funds of course LOL we just bought our first house, but I have told Craig many times I am determined to get back to the States one day!
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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:17:40 AM 
True, true. Bless the Internet and all its pros and cons.

Maybe meeting up for a concert should be the next vacation destination. I mean, 'Priest might be retiring from touring, but there will still be the Halford band, right?

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[Becks] Tuesday, November 15, 2011 12:06:42 AM 
Haha too right Vail. The internet makes the world seem so small sometimes, then BAM, I remember I'm living at the bottom of the world on a waterlocked island some people have never heard of LOL.

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[Vaillant 3.0] Monday, November 14, 2011 11:36:14 PM 
But in all seriousness, I would have loved to have met all of you and share a night of pure Judas Priest awesomeness with all y'all. Man, why do all the cool people have to live EAST of the freakin' Mississippi or 3,000 miles or so away on an island in the Pacific Ocean??
[spapad] Monday, November 14, 2011 11:22:19 PM 
No doubt Becks..............the Arena would loose it's roof.

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[Vaillant 3.0] Monday, November 14, 2011 11:15:50 PM 
Awesomeness=best word ever.

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[Becks] Monday, November 14, 2011 11:01:44 PM 
Oh man imagine if all of us Priest fanatics managed to get to a show together! That would make the world explode from the awesomeness LOL! And yes Jeanine I think in the case of Judas Priest, that is a word.
[Jeanine] Monday, November 14, 2011 10:25:58 PM 
Hot Rockin Metal Goddess........great review, when Rob sang Beyond the Realms of Death.....my draw dropped. He stood over us dripping with sweat. It was so cool how he was collecting himself during Glenn's solo. Pure awesomeness (is that a word?).
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