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Metalogy: 1974-2002 (4CD/1DVD) Box set, Original recording remastered, CD+DVD


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  • Audio CD (May 11 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set, Original recording remastered, CD+DVD
  • Label: Legacy/Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0001ZDJ7U
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,775 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Never Satisfied
2. Deceiver
3. Tyrant
4. Victim Of Changes- Live
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Killing Machine
2. Evening Star
3. Take On The World
4. Delivering The Goods
See all 19 tracks on this disc
Disc: 3
1. Riding On The Wind
2. Bloodstone
3. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
4. Devil's Child
See all 17 tracks on this disc
Disc: 4
1. Ram It Down
2. Heavy Metal
3. Come And Get It
4. Blood Red Skies
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 5
1. The Hellion/Electric Eye- Live
2. Riding On The Wind- Live
3. Heading Out To The Highway- Live
4. Metal Gods- Live
See all 17 tracks on this disc

Product Description

30th anniversary box set featuring four CDs (a collection of rare hits, rare live tracks, and previously unreleased tracks) and a DVD with live footage from 1982.

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Dobbs "dragonboots" on June 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Just brilliant from the eighties studded belt surround to the gloriousness of the Priest's musical legacy this is a triumph hands down. I didn't think that Metal Works could be topped but they did it.I've read some reviews that critise the packaging but I think it is way cool and it doesn't feel like its going to fall apart anytime soon. The booklet is simplistic and perhaps could have included more input from band members but is fine just to flick through as you listen to the music. Remastered and jaw droppingly so, it is the music that fills this man's heart with the kind of lift that metal did the first time I heard it. Four CD'S worth of power and passion but with the right mix of light and shade. Sure there were some down points in their back catalogue but when you place all the best moments together it comes as no suprise that they can fill four lengthy cds with out an ounce of filler. Highlights are abundant but try 'Blood Red Skies' and 'Out In The Cold' from the patchy late eighties era to the lets show them 'Painkiller' opus containing 'A Touch of Evil'. The experimentation of 'The Rage' to the balls to the walls of 'Freewheel Burning' back to the space and time feel of 'Desert Plains' you wont be disappointed. Truely the ultimate metal band of all time this box set is a testament of greatness. The bonus DVD gives you a quick reminder that if you thought they were great on record they were better still live. Heavy metal that is what we want and with the Priest now reborn and back it is what we will get! Use the last of your credit card limit to buy if necessary.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian Wallace (Co-author of It's Not Your Hair) on July 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
Given the recent reunion and the fact that a whole new generation is being turned on to the brilliance of this band, it makes complete sense to have released this expansive and mind-blowing collection. Yes, die hard fans probably have a lot of this stuff already; but this is a definitive collection for those who want it all and want it now!
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Format: Audio CD
I enjoy everything about this box set.The music of JUDAS PRIEST's METALOGY offers enough variety in their signature sound to allow for a listening "session" longer than just one cd's worth.The sequence of tracks moves through slow to breakneck recordings of their best loved album hits, with live unreleased and cover tunes interspersed (a heavy metal rendition of Joan Baez's 'Diamonds and Rust'(!) as well as Fleetwood Mac's 'The Green Manalishi of the Two-Pronged Crown' originally strummed by Peter Green) helping to keep the sameness factor at bay.
I only gave this box 4 stars because the 5th disc is DVD and I don't have a DVD player. From what most reviewers have indicated, the DVD will most likely give this a 5 star once I see it.
This is the only JP in my collection now and it fulfills all my needs on this group.If you're into the NWOBHM scene and want something all inclusive of the particular impact this kindof music made...and why...just listen. Also, the booklet included is well thought out and really helps illustrate why JP was as influential as it was.
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Format: Audio CD
I never was a huge JP fan. They were placed below Iron Maiden, KISS and Black Sabbath on my Heavy metal list, but after listening to the music and watching the dvd I suddenly remembered how cool these guys are! The dvd in particular is mind blowing, showing how tight the band is and putting to rest the debate on who the greatest metal front man is, Rob Halford - hands down. When he does the robot walk in "Metal Gods" the 38 year old me laughed out loud but the 16 year old metal head inside me thought is was freakin' cool! I was at the show in Dallas on this same tour and remembering it was the greatest!
I have no complaints about the music selection. The entire Turbo album sucks and Defenders Of The Faith was underrated. The book that comes with the package is beautiful to look at and informative (much better than that lame Behind The Music episode that VH-1 slapped together). My only complaint is the horrible packaging. I was totally disappointed in it. I would have gladly paid ten bucks extra to get a nice package, like the excellent KISS box set.
So all you 35 to 45 year old metal heads with disposable incomes go out and buy this. You will not be dissapointed. And to all you young metallers, get this and see where it all came together and made the "pre-Poison" eighty metal scene so glorious.
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Format: Audio CD
Great collection!
There are two types of box set: those that collect obscure (live) tracks and B-sides, and those that merely collect an artists published work as a single set. Iron Maiden did the former, Black Sabbath did the latter. And Priest? More towards the latter, but with a few bones thrown in, mostly consisting of live versions. However, they did include the excellent live DVD from Memphis, which alone would be worth half the retail price. I like that the tracks are in chronological order, so listening lets you hear the evolution of the band, and in fact metal itself, since this band personifies metal more than any other.
I was a fan from Hell Bent through to Defenders, but I lost interest after Turbo, so both the early and the late tracks in the collection are new to me. Disk 1, 2 and most of 3 are great, and belong in any metal fan's collection. Disk 3 is truly excellent, up to and including Turbo Lover, after which things go rapidly downhill. From disk 4, I like Painkiller, Blood Red Skies, Nightcrawler and Ram it Down. The other Halford stuff from his final albums are weak, I'm afraid, and it's just as well he left when he did. I'm still getting used to the Ripper stuff so I'll hold judgement there.
In additon to this, I recommend Unleashed in the East, since I find that they did their early songs much better live than on the original studio albums. There isn't much overlap between this collection and that one, only Victim of Changes, since the live tracks here are taken mostly from other shows.
In summary, worth it, especially if you need to refamiliarize yourself with the Metal Gods. If you already own the remastered cds, then you're probably hardcore enough to buy this one anyway.
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