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Jugulator


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 1 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000001YAN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #97,865 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ori Release '97. 13th studio album by the British heavy metal band. It is the first of two studio albums featuring vocalist Tim 'Ripper' Owens. 10 trax.

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Oh, how the masses laughed when they heard the once mighty Judas Priest had hired a singer from a Priest cover band to replace indomitable original vocalist Rob Halford. But on 1997's Jugulator, the band's first new album in seven years, it's Priest who get the last laugh. Admittedly, it's kind of strange to hear Tim "Ripper" Owens screeching like the ghost of concerts past, but the band's rhythmic assault is fiercer than ever, mixing aggressive death metal riffs with the group's tried and true melodic grind. Vengeance is theirs. --Jon Wiederhorn

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Customer from Quebec on Aug. 26 2007
Format: Audio CD
I want to ask why somebody was able to put four identical 1-star reviews which I reported as an abuse.
An abuse is also a review "This is the worst album I have ever heard by anybody". It doesn't mean anything! It could be written by a Britney Spears fan who should write a review about Britney Spears.

I edit this review now, 4 years later and I still find this album extraordinary. I couldn't stop listening to it for months when it came out. The great thing about Judas Priest is that they don't have two albums sounding similar. It's true for the Ripper's era. Therefore they have problems with their fans. Some like their early prog-sounding albums, others-Painkiler and nothing else. Or Stained class only. Surprisingly, Defenders of the Faith and Screaming for vengeance have less haters. There are fans of the somewhat lighter and more melodic British Steel or the painfully awful and cheesy Turbo. Many fans hate their recent masterpiece Nostradamus because they cannot associate it with previous Priest albums. The good thing is, Priest do what they feel like and that's why they deserve upmost respect. I hope they'll be around with more stunning and controversial albums.

In the dark age of 90's dull grunge and alternative music (can't call it metal!), Judas Priest decided to remind us what real heavy metal is! After seven years they've found the perfect voice for them after Halford's defection. Tim Owens proved to be one of the greatest voices of modern metal (check his amazing work with Iced Earth and his own band Beyond Fear). Jugulator is an amazing album showing the great range of Tim's voice (at times very similar to Halford and yet so different at the lower register. The album sounds like Painkiller part 2. I think all eight songs are perfect-from the smashing opener Jugulator to the epic masterpiece Cathedral Spires. Great job from a legendary band!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vader on July 21 2006
Format: Audio CD
Judas Priest is one of those bands that you just can't criticize. When Rob Halford decided to leave the band to pursue side projects such as Fight, Two and a solo album simply called Halford, Judas Priest didn't fade into obscurity. They went out and found a Rob Halford sound-a-like in Tim "Ripper" Owens. This album rocks from beginning to end and it's one of their best albums. Jugulator is a juggernaut of an album and how can you criticize one of the best metal bands of all-time. They released a ballad in Before the Dawn and then the pop song, Turbo Lover and Breakin' the law and then the monster, Painkiller in 1990.

Judas Priest proves time and time that they can silence their critics and Jugulator does just that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By el rey on June 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the only Priest record I have. It doesn't sound like anything they put out in the past. I've had this since it came out back in '97 and I still love it. From Jugulator to Bullet Train these guys just try to pound a dent into your head. I understand that fans of the old Priest won't like this. However, if you want just some good metal. Then you should check this out.
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By A Customer on Sept. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
Just to describe my biases, I originally got into Priest back in '78 or so, right about when they released British Steel. I disliked the album, as it seemed a rather Kiss-like effort, de-Gothicizing the sound so well done on earlier albums. Now to this album: by the time I heard it twice, I thought it was the best album I'd ever heard. Sabbath's Symptom of the Universe continuing its ever-present influence! Guitar sounds are more 'present' and burning than on Painkiller. In fact, this is probably the most perfect production quality for the band I've heard. Ripper: less control than Halford, slightly, and he lets the bump transition from falsetto to main voice be heard too often, marring the quality of 'Cathedral Spires,' I thought. But the title track is the most radical and brilliant piece of music this band has ever done, or may ever do, I suspect. I think it is the zenith of their career in that respect. Downtuning and death themes: it's what made Sabbath unforgettable, and it should have been (could have been) done ever since the late 70's--much more effective for communicating the heart of metal, which is Gothicism--so this album is a welcome turn for doom and gloom purists. This album is vastly better than anything since Stained Class with the single exception of Painkiller (which itself had little of the originality of this album, Painkiller really being a pumped up version of earlier things like Exciter and Rapid Fire--no wonder Halford left).
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By A Customer on July 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is not classic Judas Priest. This is Judas Priest continuing the evolution of their sound. Rocka Rolla does not sound like Heavy Metal today, but at the time it was. This is the heavy metal of today, and still marks Korn, etc. as wannabes. Judas Priest has consistently pushed the edge musically. They pioneered the two guitar attack that became the staple format for later bands like Guns'N'Roses and Skid Row. They delved into popularity with anthems like Livin' After Midnight and You've Got Another Thing Coming. They explored how keyboards could be used in Turbo. With Ram It Down, they resumed the path of metal. Painkiller was even heavier. Jugulator continued the trend.
I've seen reviews comparing this to Pantera and Slayer. Musically, this may be true, but the fact is that Pantera and Slayer only wish they could deliver vocals like this. Ripper Owens is not Halford. He lacks the damage that years of screaming have provided. His voice complements the music beautifully with full range, continually.
Halford is a better lyricist, which contributed to the band's success in the early 80s. It's nice that they had a chance to taste that, but I'm glad that they didn't try to stay there. In my mind, British Steel and Hell Bent for Leather were their two worst albums. The music simply wasn't that great. Here, the music's the thing. I love Halford, but he could distract from the music. Frankly, I don't look to lyrics for true beauty of language and insight. The limitations of the format ensure that they can never match up to poems and essays in general. Further, what one person loves (When the Night Comes Down, Blood Red Skies), another hates (Breaking the Law never pulled me).
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