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Glenn Tipton
CD Reviews
Baptizm of Fire
Review by Gary Hill
This first solo album by Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton is a fine piece of work. It takes the Priest sounds one expects to find here and updates them, bringing new angles and directions to them.

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Baptizm of Fire Remaster
Review by Gary Hill
The debut solo album (first one released, not the first one recorded) by Glenn Tipton has just been reissued with two new tracks added on to the lineup. Since I reviewed the original release of the album, the majority of this review will be drawn and modified from that review.

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Interviews
Glenn Tipton
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Glenn Tipton from 2004

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Judas Priest - British Steel – Remastered
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Judas Priest - British Steel 30th Anniversary Edition
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Review by G. W. Hill

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Judas Priest - Defenders of tThe Faith 30th Anniversary Edition (Remastered)
Review by G. W. Hill

This new reissue of Judas Priest’s Defenders of the Faith album is great.


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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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Tipton, Entwhistle & Powell - Edge of the World
Review by Gary Hill
When Glenn Tipton of Judas Priest first set out to record a solo album he worked predominantly with John Entwhistle (The Who) and Cozy Powell (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Emerson Lake and Powell and seemingly a million other bands). Well, after the disc was done, the label nixed its release. 



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Judas Priest - Electric Eye DVD
Review by Gary Hill

I can’t recommend this DVD enough for long time fans of Judas Priest. First off, it starts off with all the videos from MTV.


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Judas Priest - Epitaph DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

What a DVD this is. As a long time Judas Priest fan, this is a great thing.


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Judas Priest - Firepower
Review by Mike Korn

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Judas Priest - Hell Bent For Leather - Expanded Edition
Review by Gary Hill
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Judas Priest - Live at Ozzfest, 2004, Alpine Valley, WI
Review by Gary Hill
There was a day when Judas Priest were in my top two or three bands, and I had seen them more often than any other band. I originally saw them on the "British Steel" tour, and the last show with Rob Halford was the "Operation Rock and Roll" tour.
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Judas Priest - Live In Chicago, February, 2002
Review by Mike Korn
Should Judas Priest, quite possibly the purest heavy metal band on the planet, retire gracefully, or should they continue to make headbangers' necks sore into the new millennium?
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Judas Priest - Live in Chicago, IL, June, 2005
Review by Gary Hill
Judas Priest stormed into the greater Chicago area on their Angel of Retribution tour, and although the evening air was on the hot side of warm, their performance was even hotter. This reviewer has seen Priest many, many times, but this may have been the best performance I've ever seen from them.
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Judas Priest - Live in Chicago, July 2009
Review by Greg Olma
I am officially getting old.  Wait, scratch that; I am old.  I can not believe that it is the 30th anniversary of British Steel. 
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Judas Priest - Live in Rockford, IL, September 28, 2005
Review by Mike Korn
Let me first express my disappointment in the size of the crowd. I am enough of a realist to know that a classic metal band like Judas Priest is not going to sell out the Metro Centre on a weeknight.
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Judas Priest - Live in Sugar Land, Texas April 2018
Review by Greg Olma

This has been a very good year so far with some older bands putting out some great music.  Judas Priest unleashed Firepower earlier this year and to these ears, it is one of their best records.  


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Judas Priest - Live In Tinley Park, IL August 2008
Review by Mike Korn
Lots more pics from this concert are available in our members area.
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Judas Priest - Live Vengeance ’82 DVD
Review by Gary Hill

As the title suggests, this DVD captures Judas Priest live in 1982 on their Screaming for Vengeance tour. 


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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 - Nostradamus
Review by Gary Hill
I have been a Judas Priest fan for a very long time. I first heard the Hell Bent For Leather (Killing Machine for those of you not in the US) album when it was the latest release and was hooked.
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Judas Priest - Painkiller
Review by Gary Hill
They open this album with its title track – and Priest have seldom done any songs that are much more frantic and powerhouse in energy.
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Judas Priest - Point of Entry Expanded Edition
Review by Gary Hill

When Point of Entry was released, it was definitely an unexpected sound for Judas Priest.


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Judas Priest - Ram It Down
Review by Gary Hill
For my money this was almost an apology for the album that preceded it, Turbo.
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Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls
Review by G. W. Hill

Judas Priest’s last album Nostradamus really divided fans.


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Judas Priest - Rising in the East DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Well, what a time it is to be a Judas Priest fan. Over the course of the last couple years we got the news that Rob Halford (the metal god) had returned to the fold, then we got the reunion showing at Ozzfest followed by the awesome Angel of Retribution album and two legs of a tour (at least here in the US) and now this DVD!
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Review by Gary Hill
I know there are a lot of people who just plain disregard this Judas Priest album because the sound is so different. That’s a mistake.
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Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
Review by Gary Hill
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Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance
Review by Gary Hill
This disc comes from the period of time when Judas Priest were really riding high on the waves of fame and fortune.

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Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance - Special 30th Anniversary Edition
Review by G. W. Hill

I previously reviewed the original version of this CD.


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Judas Priest - Sin After Sin Expanded Edition
Review by Gary Hill

Sin After Sin was really a transitional album for Judas Priest.


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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 - The Chosen Few
Review by G. W. Hill

The concept of this compilation is intriguing. They let a bunch of rockers choose their favorite Judas Priest tracks.


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Judas Priest - The Essential Judas Priest
Review by Gary Hill
Riding high on a resurgence from the reuniting of the band with vocalist Rob Halford, Judas Priest are releasing a 2 CD collection called "The Essential Judas Priest." The set has two songs from their latest studio release, Angel of Retribution, which make a nice addition in the form of bookends.
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Judas Priest - Turbo
Review by G. W. Hill

When this album first came out, it almost seemed like a slap in the face.


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Judas Priest - Turbo (Remastered Edition)
Review by G. W. 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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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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