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Metalogy Box set, Extra tracks, Limited Edition


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There are few heavy metal bands that have managed to scale the heights that Judas Priest have during their nearly 40 year career. Their presence and influence remains at an all-time high as evidenced by 2008's 'Nostradamus' being the highest-charting album of their career, a 2010 Grammy Award win for 'Best Metal Performance', being a VH1 Rock Honors recipient, and playing ... Read more in Amazon's Judas Priest Store

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  • Audio CD (May 11, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set, Extra tracks, Limited Edition
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0001ZDJ7U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,028 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
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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

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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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Second wave British heavy metalists, Judas Priest may have been initially eclipsed by the more mainstream success of stateside bands like Motley Crue and Metallica, but the 65 tracks collected in this box set are a testimony to how seminal the band really was to the rock canon--influencing not only Crue and Metallica, but Iron Maiden, the Cult, and countless other headbangers with their dark epics suites of rage and confrontation, blazing a scorched trail for what would become the speed/death metal boom of the eighties. Armed with a slashing two-guitar arsenal, and Rob Halford's sneering lead vocals, Priest made the world forget that they actually lifted their name from a Bob Dylan song ("The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest") by the time they released their second album, 1976's Sad Wings Of Destiny, which established the band's high watermark of artistic vision and technical acumen. Even the band's rather unformed first album, Rocka Rolla is vastly improved by modern technology--all the tracks collected here are completely digitally remastered, and given an aural luminosity that the originals didn't possess--but perhaps the most telling moment is the shivering heave of a song like "Beyond The Realm of Death" or the menace and virtuosity of the live version "The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown)," that makes you want to unpack the leather and chains you stashed away at the end of eighties. Also included in this package are the requisite b-sides, rarities, live performances, and the ubiquitous "lost" demo, but the real gem is a DVD of a 1982 Memphis show from the Screaming For Vengeance tour, remixed with the splendor of 5.1 sound. -- Jaan Uhelszki

Customer Reviews

A must buy for any metal fan period.
Patrick Miller
I enjoyed reading the book along with the box set it was very informative and had more unreleased pictures in it than the remastered CD's did.
Liberal Necrologist
Turbo had few good moments, but let's focus more on "Screaming For Vengeance" or "Defenders Of The Faith".
Ken Pierce

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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Ken Pierce on November 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
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The boxed set for Judas Priest has finally arrived and it is worth looking into. It is 4 music CDs and one DVD. How does one best judge a comprehensive boxed set by a band who's work is a testament to heavy metal music other than with the simple words of "BUY THIS PRODUCT". The release of this box does come at a good time, for Rob Halford is reunited with his Mates (Tipton, Downing, Hill and Travis) and they are embarking as the pre-headliner for this year's Ozzfest opening for Black Sabbath. While many agree that Black Sabbath began the heavy metal music sound, there are many who contend that Judas Priest was the first heavy metal band, taking what Sabbath created and introducing it to a larger variety of sounds and styles. Refining it into so many memorable songs that we still find sounding fresh today.

As you can see by the listed tracks, there are only 8 bonus or unreleased tracks among the CD's. The rest are a composite of classics from the bands extensive catalog. Purists probably already have the re-mastered CD's that were released a couple of years ago, or might even have downloaded these "new" never released tracks and might hesitate on buying the Box. However, there is a 60 page color booklet with many pictures and some detailed liner notes (several pages outline the track lists of the CD's). I liked the book since it was something to peruse while listening to the CD's. Of course I did stop to play air-guitar as I usually do when Priest is playing. Come on, you know you all do it. I am not the only one I am sure.

Some of the tracks did make it hard for me to rate this box as high as I ended up doing.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on February 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
What better way to celebrate 30 years of Judas Priest than this excellent box set? Spanning every album from their debut album "Rocka Rolla" to 2001's "Demolition", "Metalogy" features every classic Priest song you'd expect: "Tyrant", "Victim of Changes", "Diamonds and Rust", "Beyond the Realms of Death", "Better By You, Better Than Me", "Green Manalishi", "Hellbent for Leather", "Electric Eye", "You've Got Another Thing Coming", "Living After Midnight", and tons more. Songs are digitally remastered (those from "Rocka Rolla" sound better than ever before), and the bonus DVD which features Priest tearing up Memphis in late 1982 during the "Screaming for Vengeance" tour, makes this package all the sweeter. A massively packed book loaded with pictures and info is included as well, and is a must have for Priest fans on it's own. All in all, "Metalogy" is one of the few (very few) box sets worth owning for long time fans, and it superbly covers the career of one of the most influential and pioneering bands in heavy metal history.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Fishcake on August 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Judas Priest are one of the greatest metal bands of all time. The music in this box set spans a career of countless 5 star metal tracks. I understand that some people may find the very early Priest material a little dated, but you have to place yourself into the time zone and the generations Priest were playing to. Priest put a lot of work into their songs and still play a lot of their classic tracks - Sinner, Victim of changes, Ripper etc etc live even today. If you wanna listen to a metal band ahead of it's time, you gotta listen to 'Unleashed in the East'. This is by far one of the greatest live albums by a metal band ever. So to say this is crap, shows a real misunderstanding of the genre.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on November 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I became a Priest fan back when Screamin for Vengeance was out on vinyl and my school chums would sit around listening to it and playing air guitar or Atari 2600. Ah those were the days.

Four big CDs of great Priest material, the infamous Memphis show (which I have had on video for over 15 years and is well worn), and a book. The book gives an overall history, but does not have linear notes on specific songs like 'Metal Works '73-93' does. However there are some great pictures and old quotes that many I remembered reading in Hit Parader years ago.

All box sets are guilty of leaving off songs that I like and I think are important. That's why I already have all the albums. Had them for years. Hey stone me if I think 'Last Rose of Summer' is a great song.

Ripper Owens has a small part of this box and I think that's good. Bands should not ignore any part of their history when making a set like this. Maybe if there had been one more disc to throw in, maybe a European concert featuring Ripper would have been good because personally I never saw that lineup. But then again Priest purists say that without Halford it's not Priest.

The Memphis show is amazing. That is a HUGE wall of Marshalls. It's a much better show than the Turbo Tour in Dallas where 'Priest...Live' came from. The band looks much cooler and Rob is not changing leather outfits every song. Plus, he just looked cooler with the short hair. When he let it grow he did look kind of like a dork. Yes, the Memphis show is a great testement to the Priest legend and it's great seeing ot on DVD for the first time.

Hey if you like Priest and already have all their stuff I guess you can do without this, but for the price it's a great keepsake and tells everyone you are still and ever will be a 'Defender of the Faith'.
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