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Screaming For Vengeance


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  • Audio CD (June 5 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005K9LK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,015 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Hellion
2. Electric Eye
3. Riding The Wind
4. Bloodstone
5. Chains
6. Pain & Pleasure
7. Screaming For Vengeance
8. Another Thing Coming
9. Fever
10. Devil's Child
11. Prisoner Of Your Eyes
12. Devil's Child (live)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on July 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
After much pondering, I've decided that Screaming for Vengeance is my favorite Judas Priest album-edging out Stained Class, Defenders of the Faith, and British Steel. This 1982 release is one of their most solid albums and the best tracks on this album are also THE best Priest tracks of all time.
"Hellion/Electric Eye" (the first track being a short instrumental introduction to the second) is classic Priest. "Electric Eye" is my all-time favorite Judas Priest song! The haunting lyrics, the verses that build up to the chorus, the killer guitar solos; I can't write enough about it! "Riding on the Wind" is a catchy rocker. It begins with a furious drum intro by Dave Holland (now in prison for a sexual assault conviction). It bugs me a little because parts of it sound like another Priest song but I can never figure out which. Maybe "Heading Out to the Highway." Still, it is one of the better tracks on Screaming. "Bloodstone" is awesome! It is another favorite of mine. It is a driving rocker and the guitar riffs are unbelievable! "(Take These) Chains" (written by R. Halligan Jr.) is a slower, catchy track. I'm sure a lot of fans find themselves singing the chorus. The line "Take them off of my heart" I've always thought was a little sappy but I like Halford's vocals in the line "I can't sleep at night." "Pain and Pleasure" is a monster track. I don't like it quite as well as the others, but a below average song off Screaming is better than most average tracks elsewhere.
The title track is the most furious song Judas Priest has ever done before or since. It kicks so much butt, words cannot do it justice. The fast and screeching "Freewheel Burning" off Defenders of the Faith has nothing on this track! "You've Got Another Thing Coming" is classic Priest.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on July 15 2004
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After much pondering, I've decided that Screaming for Vengeance is my favorite Judas Priest album-edging out Stained Class, Defenders of the Faith, and British Steel. This 1982 release is one of their most solid albums and the best tracks on this album are also THE best Priest tracks of all time.
"Hellion/Electric Eye" (the first track being a short instrumental introduction to the second) is classic Priest. "Electric Eye" is my all-time favorite Judas Priest song! The haunting lyrics, the verses that build up to the chorus, the killer guitar solos; I can't write enough about it! "Riding on the Wind" is a catchy rocker. It begins with a furious drum intro by Dave Holland (now in prison for a sexual assault conviction). It bugs me a little because parts of it sound like another Priest song but I can never figure out which. Maybe "Heading Out to the Highway." Still, it is one of the better tracks on Screaming. "Bloodstone" is awesome! It is another favorite of mine. It is a driving rocker and the guitar riffs are unbelievable! "(Take These) Chains" (written by R. Halligan Jr.) is a slower, catchy track. I'm sure a lot of fans find themselves singing the chorus. The line "Take them off of my heart" I've always thought was a little sappy but I like Halford's vocals in the line "I can't sleep at night." "Pain and Pleasure" is a monster track. I don't like it quite as well as the others, but a below average song off Screaming is better than most average tracks elsewhere.
The title track is the most furious song Judas Priest has ever done before or since. It kicks so much butt, words cannot do it justice. The fast and screeching "Freewheel Burning" off Defenders of the Faith has nothing on this track! "You've Got Another Thing Coming" is classic Priest.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sébastien Perron on May 16 2010
Format: Audio CD
Screaming is for me the best of the three (Screaming, Defenders and Turbo) which i like to see as a trilogy. The three of them are good, but Screaming is a little bit ahead of the two others. All songs are great and, i am still wondering why this album went not bigget that it did.

i really like the underdogs songs like chains, pleasure, Fever and devil's child are classics that can easily challenge another things coming as best songs of the album...

If you have to buy only one album from that group, that need to be this one...
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By Maiden Fan on May 29 2014
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Great album with a lot of Priest milestone momments. Essential for the collection. Stay away from Turbo and Ram It Down though. Those are quite dissapointing.
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By Andrew on April 20 2013
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This album is a gem. How these guys went from selling out arenas to having trouble selling tickets in my home town, I'll never know. These guys are all around great musicians with a throat slashing arsenal of heavy hitters. I would highly recommend this album to those who appreciates the roots of heavy metal.
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I was very impress with the video quality considering it was recorded in the 80`s. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to capture Priest in their prime. To me screaming for vengeance is my favourite album. Sounds very good.
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This album provided Priest with a "radioable" single (You've Got Another Thing comin') without selling out. It also opened the touring door to the US for all other Metal acts that followed from Maiden to Metallica. This tour was covered by an American entertainment TV show called PM Magazine, the predecessor to Entertainemnt Tonight. This was the beginning of the golden age for Heavy Metal.
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