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Jorn - Out to Every Nation
Review by Mike Korn
Let's face it, it's almost impossible to find quality melodic heavy metal in the great tradition of the 70's and 80's today. Sure, you can find a "classic rock that really rocks" station in your area, but all that is is a trip down memory lane.
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Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution
Review by Mike Korn
So here it is at last...one of the most anticipated metal records of the last decade. Make no mistake, "Angel of Retribution" is an event, not merely a record.
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Judas Priest - Stained Class
Review by Gary Hill
Stained Class, the album Judas Priest released right before Hell Bent For Leather, has always been a favorite of mine. The disc includes some very strong material that fits nicely in between the Sad Wings of Destiny era and the later period of the band.
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Judas Priest - Hell Bent For Leather - Expanded Edition
Review by Gary Hill
Hell Bent For Leather was the first Judas Priest I ever heard, and for that reason has always been one of my favorites. While not all the songs are spectacular, it definitely has some strong material.
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Judas Priest - Metalogy Box Set
Review by Gary Hill
Judas Priest fanatics rejoice, the band have released the ultimate collection chronicling their entire career in this box set. The four CD set is a lasting tribute to this incredible band, and quite a well-done package at that.
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Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
Review by Gary Hill
Few would call Judas Priest a progressive metal band. Certainly the bulk of their career has been devoted to pure metal.
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Judas Priest - Unleashed in the East
Review by Gary Hill
Judas Priest really hit the mass market with the album British Steel, but before then they were building a loyal, almost cult, following with their truly unique sound. This album was a live album that was the culmination of that era of the band, and directly preceded British Steel.
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Judas Priest - Demolition
Review by Gary Hill
This is the second studio album for Priest with new vocalist "Ripper" Owens. It really makes one wonder why they are still calling the group Judas Priest.
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Judas Priest - 98 Live Meltdown
Review by Gary Hill
Containing live versions of Priest songs both classic and some more obscure, this disc is a very good representation of a live Priest show. Some of the cuts seem to suffer a little from the absence of Rob Halford.

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Judas Priest - Defenders of the Faith
Review by Gary Hill
In an attempt to catch up on some older releases we’ve never reviewed before, I decided to turn my attention to this oldie from Judas Priest.

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Judas Priest - Turbo
Review by Gary Hill
When this album first came out, it almost seemed like a slap in the face.

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Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls
Review by Gary Hill
Judas Priest’s last album Nostradamus really divided fans.

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Judas Priest - Defenders of The Faith 30th Anniversary Edition (Remastered)
Review by Gary Hill
This new reissue of Judas Priest’s Defenders of the Faith album is great.

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Judas Priest - Turbo (Remastered Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
I previously reviewed the original edition of this.

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Judas Priest - Turbo 30
Review by G. W. Hill
This brand new 30th Anniversary edition of Turbo is classy stuff. Sure, Turbo is arguably the weakest album in Priest's catalog, but this set has the major bonus of a double CD live set.

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Jupiter Hollow - Odyssey
Review by Gary Hill
This one could almost land in the progressive rock category. I think the balance is probably closer to the metal end, though.

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