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Angel Of Retribution Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (March 1 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0007N1AI6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #207,331 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Judas Rising
2. Deal With The Devil
3. Revolution
4. Worth Fighting For
5. Demonizer
6. Wheels Of Fire
7. Angel
8. Hellrider
9. Eulogy
10. Lochness

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Japanese limited edition pressing includes DVD (NTSC/Region 2). Please note you will need and All Code DVD player to view. Sony. 2005. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 3 2005
Format: Audio CD
I can't wait to see them live opening with this song! Can anybody give me an example of a 30-year old band coming back and delivering one of its best albums! The younger metal bands SHOULD LISTEN to this album- Judas Priest sound younger than the majority of the new bands which concentrate on technical virtuosity (if any) and not giving a damn soul about the music! This is especially true for the most American and Canadian bands from the last 10-15 years which sound so cold, trivial and void of emotion. There is so much power and passion in each Priest song!
"Judas Rising" is one of the best songs Priset have ever made.
" Deal with the devil" is a classical heavy rocker reminding of Halford's "Resurrection" album.
"Revolution"-one of my favorites-monumental, it carries the glory of "Heavy Duty"/Defenders of the Faith", but it's even better.
"Worth Fighting For"-ironically, not a perfect song, reminds me of my least favorite Priest albums ("Point of Entry"/"Turbo"), but I respect their decision to put it on the album, because it contains elements of everything they have done the last 30 years.
" Demonizer", Wheels of Fire", "Hellrider"-could have been taken from "Painkiller", with surprising operatic chants from Rob Halford on the third song. Magnificent, totally stunning Priest
"Angel"-one of Priest's finest ballads. Beautiful vocals from Rob (not like Demolition's "Lost And Found", which was dreadful)
Eulogy/Lochness- a majestic, epic closure of the album with heavy guitars and supreme vocals from Rob. Reminder of the prog-metal first Priest albums from the seventees.
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By L A Thomas on Sept. 26 2005
Format: Audio CD
Like so many other bands who have made comebacks, Judas Priest seem to be having trouble finding where they fit in a music scene that has moved on over the years of their hiatus. Consequently, they have formulated an album that is slightly schizophrenic in nature and heavily references earlier work that would bestir the memories of glory past. The album stylistically straddles early Priest to the later era Ram it Down and Painkiller albums and unfortunately, the songwriting just isn't as good as that which graced their earlier albums. There isn't a memorable vocal hook, guitar riff, or a melody line to grab the listener's attention and that's a real shame as that was this band's prime talent. The album's closing track 'Lochness' takes the prize for ludicrous metal kitsch. This track is unintentionally comic, very Spinal Tap and very long at 13 minutes. I don't mind a long song, but have something to say or contribute something musically worthwhile. This track did neither. Earlier JP albums contained a sense of fun and playfulness in amongst all the monsters and cyber-demons that inhabited the lyrical landscape. This album takes itself far too seriously and as such it renders 'Lochness' and other moments of metal 'drama' on the album as nothing more than overblown metal hype. Having said that, this album will still sell a million to the defenders of the Judas Priest faith.
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Format: Audio CD
Rob Halford left Judas Priest shortly after the release of the most powerfull sounding album Priest has ever recorded with Rob Halford. This album is a real mix of some Priest old works and Halford new trend. My only complaint is probably the lack of real new introductions for the lyrics. In fact, Halford didn't bring the best he could, espescially after the 2 masterpieces "Resurection" and "Crucible". So, again, we're getting a lot of reference to the sentinel, sad wing of destiny and stained class.
That apart, Judas Priest latest album is the most original sounding metal record since "Resurection". 5 of the 10 tracks are totally original. Old Priest fans will recognize similitude with past Priest and Halford works in tracks : Wells of Fire, Angel, Deal with the Devil, Hell Rider and Eulogy. Some will probably be hoping for a harder sound, especially if you're taking in consideration that the lastest works of Halford and Priest are some of their hardest sounding records. In that case, you aren't gonna find what you're expecting, but that doesn't mean that it's necessarily a bad thing!
This album is also the first comeback of Priest into the progressive metal scene! Lockness is their real first progressive song since Sinner!
Final Verdict:
Priest fans : 4 stars (due to Halford obstination for recycling old ideas)
Casual metal listener : 5 stars
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By Trauma on March 30 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought tickets to Ozzfest 2004 souly for Priest reunited with Halford.
They were on top of their game.
Fantastic.
So naturally I was hyped up for this new material.
However Retribution shows not a single spark of the awesome fire I saw burning up on that stage.
Why?What went wrong?
They sounded better with Ripper.
I am sorry to be so harsh but this follow up to PainKiller makes Spinal Tap blush in embarassment.
I tryed to ignore it as I listened but once that last track kicks in forget it I was laughing so hard I could barely see the road or steer my car properly.
That song is called Lochness.
Its not a loose metaphor cleverly disguised as something else.
It is about the fabled legend through and through.
Think Stone Henge,Big Bottom or even St.Anger.
Apart from the outdated source material musically Priest sound bored going through the motions song after song.
It pains me to be so cruel to a band who has allways been really cool in the past even at their worst Priest allways had some redeeming quality somewhere.
Not here.Why??
To all you fans posting glowing reviews of positive energy towards this cd hats off and congrats cause its all for you.
I...guess?!?
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