Songs - CD 1
Dawn of creation:
Wonderful Intro. Great feeling. Sounds very spacy.
If I think of "Prophecy", I think a little bit of "Fight".
A good combination in sounds of "Fight" and "Judas Priest"
The lead breaks are fantastic.
A real depth and width in the sound.
Great song. Great sound. Great voice. I loved him.
Perfect lead work. The real twin axe attack.
Perfect harmony section at the end of the song.
The four horsemen:
Pure middle ages. Where's my long bow? I'm going to war.
Brings memories of the great WCW "The four horsemen".
Theatrically. The battle sounds are incredible.
Sands of time:
Yes, "Fever" (depth and width). The Choruseffect is briliant.
Rob's voice is awesome. So many feelings.
Pestilence and Plague:
Good mid-tempo song but I don't like the Italian singing parts. Glenns lead breaks are wonderful. I loved the way
he's playing this once.
It's so amazing. Unbelievable.
I'm speechless. Awesome.
So on it's ok but I don't like the chorus so much.
Priest has better love songs. It's not my thing.
The lyrics are wonderful.
One of the best of this album and one of the best ever.
Songs - CD 2
Bring back memories of "Eulogy" again.
What should I say? It's difficult.
First time I can't find the right words.
The chorus is awesome.
Damned, this is one of "my" compositions - ha.
Good old Judas Priest stuff.
Can included in many older albums.
Shadows in the flame:
My feeds don't touch the ground. I'm not stoned
but I'm flying high.
Sorry but it sounds like a lullaby.
It's sounds more like Pink Floyd then Judas Priest.
Could be on "A momentary lapse of reason".
Calm before the storm:
Back to the roots.
It's the best of this album and of course the best ever.
Pure Judas "Fucking" Priest. It sounds a little bit
Future of mankind:
Awesome! I'm in love with this song.
Harder stuff mixed with all this emotions
and all the harmonys.
Future of mankind