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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
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,983 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Jugulator
2. Blood Stained
3. Dead Meat
4. Death Row
5. Decapitate
6. Burn in Hell
7. Brain Dead
8. Abductors
9. Bullet Train
10. Cathedral Spires


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Customer from Quebec TOP 1000 REVIEWER 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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Format: Audio CD
I first rated this CD at 5 stars for some unknown reason...
It is not a bad CD by any stretch of the imagination but a lot of the middle tracks get annoying and there are only two stand out tracks to me...thus being Bullet Train and the title track.
It wasn't the fault of Tim Owens yet everyone cusses on him for ruining Judas. Well look to the lyrics i mean Owens didn't write them come on! Sure Owens couldn't reach the higher octave of lyrical ranges but for being from a Priest tribute band he wasn't all that bad at all i don't think.
Well that's Jugulator in a nutshell...take or leave!
-FINAL COPY-
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By gordon on April 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
i truly don't understand some of the folks who are bashing this cd,this is a fine cd and in fact one of the better judas priest cds.i agree that ripper owens is ain't no rob halford but the man is a damn fine singer in his own right.kk downing and glenn tipton also really lets loose on this cd and the results are one of thier better guitar playing cd's.this is also proberly the heaviest priest albums ever.standout tracks are everysong,not one weak track here,everysong kicks a..,my favorites are though death row,jugulator,burn in hell and my favorite track on the cd cathedral spires.this is a great cd that i think any serious fan of metal would enjoy.i highly recommend it.
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By Joseph Johnson on March 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
Now that Ripper is out of the band, I like him even more. See my review for his masterpiece in Iced Earth's Glorious Burden. It opens with the title track, reminiscent of Painkiller, but heavier and not as fast. Blood Stained is a concert favorite in the Ripper era. Bullet Train is the most badass, with execellent harmony on the chorus; it combines Ripper's screams with low death metal style backing. Cathedral Spires is hands down the best track, an epic that recalls Beyond the Realms of Death.
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By Deimos on March 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
What an awesome album and comeback for the Metal God's. I prefer Halford but Ripper does a great job replacing him, great band great album!!! If you want the Metal God's you got em!!
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best old school style speed metal/thrash albums in years. Metal fans should be glad Priest is keeping the metal torch lit and any one who thinks this album sucks is an idiot. All the songs are solid, tight and intense. No "Ripper" Owens can't hit the high notes Halford can, but he comes damn close and sounds very identical to Halford.
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