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5.0 out of 5 stars Back when metal was still metal...., Nov. 2 2003
This review is from: Screaming For Vengeance (Audio CD)
Back in the 70's and early 80's, Judas Priest was one of the best bands in heavy metal. This is real, 100% metal, not speed or thrash crap, and not nu metal. This is real hard rock metal. Priest was not a big act until "British Steel" in 1980. After that, they bacame the biggest English metal group going. Zeppelin broke up, Purple was long gone, and Sabbath was spinning it's wheels. Priest took the throne. In '82, they released this, their greatest album. Rob Halford proved that he had the best set of pipes in hard rock. With the news that Halford is back in Priest, you should pick this one up, if you don't already have it. It's a real classic. You don't have to play speed metal at 1000 miles and hour to rock. Old school metal hits the spot.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ripper who? listen to Halford-era Priest!, June 16 2003
This review is from: Screaming For Vengeance (Audio CD)
This album has got to be one of the best albums Judas Priest has ever put out. It's an 80's classic. I didn't find the new extra unreleased song all too interesting but other than that this CD is worth owning. After this album they released DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH, another classic album. To prove my point, look how many songs they do in concert from their 80's albums. After that, it was all downhill except for a very brief time the PAINKILLER album which would be Rob Halford's last appearance on a Judas Priest album before leaving the band in 1992. Bring back Rob Halford!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Screaming for Vengeance, Feb. 15 2009
This review is from: Screaming For Vengeance (Audio CD)
My all-time, favourite, Judas Priest release, featuring the scorching title track, where iron lungs Halford proves that he can hold a note, the spine-tingling, Hellion-Electric Eye, and the wide range of Devil's Child, you can literally feel the power and electricity, when you insert this into your CD player. A must for fans of Judas Priest, and Metal fans in general!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good CD, April 21 2004
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Offensive Donkey (Stupidsville, USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Screaming For Vengeance (Audio CD)
I'm gonna give u a little rundown on this album here. Okay?

The Hellion/Electric Eye: Very good opener for a bombastic album like this. Love the Electric Eye riff.
Riding On The Wind: Very cool song. Great to drive to.
Bloodstone: Not the best song on the album. Nothing to go nuts over
(Take These) Chains: Kinda commercial, but very good nontheless.
Pain And Pleasure: Wonderful, catchy chorus amid cool riffin'.
Screaming For Vengeance: A very heavy, speedy song. Definitely a metal classic.
Youv'e Got Another Thing Comin': The most famous Priest song. A wonderful metallic groove.
Fever: The very definition of melodic metal. Cool chorus and dazzling lyrics.
Devil's Child: Kinda commercial, but exremely good.
Prisoner Of Your Eyes: Another dazzling melodic song. One of the best bonus tracks ever to be put on an album.
Overall, this is a great album. A little commericial at times, but nonetheless great. Go and buy it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not As Great As Defenders Of The Faith, April 13 2004
This review is from: Screaming For Vengeance (Audio CD)
Screaming For Vengance is Judas Priest's biggest selling album in the U.S., and everyone can see why.
From the metal epics such as "The Hellion/Electric Eye", Title track, "Riding On The wind", to the hard rockers "You've Got Another Thing Coming", and "Devil's Child" this album delivers.
The only thing that makes this album not as good as Defenders Of The Faith is the weak song Pain And Pleasure, which kinda sounds like a left over from the Point Of Entry Sessions
All in all, it's a good album
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4.0 out of 5 stars Best Judas album, Oct. 1 2003
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"mikoyan27" (Moscow, Russia) - See all my reviews
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In my opinion, this is the best Judas album! Although Judas isn't a very good metal band they still produced some good sounding songs, most of which are on this album. Chains and Electric Eye are my favourites from this album.
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