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Resurrection Original recording remastered, Import, Extra tracks


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2009 digitally remastered and expanded edition of the debut album from this hard rockin' band fronted by the Metal God himself, Rob Halford (of Judas Priest fame). Now includes four bonus tracks: 'Hell's Last Survivor', 'God Bringer Of Death', 'Fetish' and 'Sad Wings'. Originally released in 2000, Resurrection is the critically acclaimed Metal masterpiece that marked the triumphant return of the Metal God. The album is a monumental release featuring blistering twin-guitars, ferocious bass and drums and the definitive voice of Heavy Metal, Rob Halford. 16 tracks. Metal God.

1. Resurrection
2. Made in Hell
3. Locked and Loaded
4. Night Fall
5. Silent Screams
6. The One You Love to Hate
7. Cyber World
8. Slow Down
9. Hell's Last Survivor
10. Temptation
11. God Bringer of Death
12. Fetish
13. Sad Wings
14. Twist
15. Drive
16. Savior

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 10, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import, Extra tracks
  • Label: Metal God Ent
  • ASIN: B001O9X9L8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #173,844 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "blwest1" on August 10, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Let's get one thing straight, this cd kicks! From the first track Resurrection to Made in Hell, Halford shows he still has the voice. From Locked and Loaded the album begins to slow during Night Fall then picks up in the middle of Silent Screams. Iron Maiden lead Bruce Dickenson is very much welcome on The One You Love to Hate. From Cyberworld to Savior the album is a collection of one rocking track after another. But the shining jewels in this collection are Resurrection and Made in Hell. This is the happily awaited return of Rob Halford to the metal genre. If you were a Judas Priest fan...this definately will bring back fond memories of their glory days. This ranks up with Iron Maiden's Brave New World, as one of the best metal albums this year. Buy with confidence.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "jaerickson" on August 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
On first listen, one thing is clear -- The Metal God is on a mission to revive metal for the year 2000. The most intense singing ever unleashed envelops one's soul on the blistering title track. The next song, "Made In Hell", is a heavy metal history lesson from the inventor of the banshee wail. This album brilliantly illustrates Mr. Halford's ability to sing ANYTHING. He has masterfully reincarnated the classic metal sound, while maintaining a very modern aural assault. One of the keys to a stand-out album is the inablility of the listener to pick a favorite tune. That is certainly true here. Variety abounds, from the emotional epic "Silent Screams", to the stomping groove of "Night Fall", the power-driven "Temptation", and the sledgehammer plod of "Slow Down". However, it would be an injustice to try and pick a favorite song -- they are all different and equally strong. Halford has once again assembled a hungry group of musicians who seem just as motivated to help reignite the heavy metal flame. He has not only proven on this record that he is the greatest vocalist in the world, but also the best songwriter. No one else can match his ability to combine extreme heaviness with such melody and groove. Without a doubt, the best album I've ever heard. BUY RESURRECTION NOW!!!!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Erik Rupp VINE VOICE on October 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
RESURRECTION is, quite simply, the best album Rob Halford has done since Judas Priest's SCREAMING FOR VENGEANCE. The production of Roy Z (who did Bruce Dickinson's outstanding ACCIDENT OF BIRTH) is excellent, as are the songs he co-wrote with Halford for the album (Halford also co-wrote tracks with Bob Marlette, who produced Black Sabbath's REUNION album). Combining the power of Priest's PAINKILLER with the hooks and melodic sense of SCREAMING FOR VENGEANCE, RESURRECTION is classic Halford. Standout tracks include the Title Track, "Made In Hell," "Locked And Loaded," and the outstanding "duet" with Bruce Dickinson, "The One You Love To Hate" (a how-to lesson in Heavy Metal singing if there ever was one). If you like Metal with strong melodies and hooks, while still being Heavy, this album is for you. -(and if you like this one, check out Bruce Dickinson's ACCIDENT OF BIRTH, Iron Maiden's BRAVE NEW WORLD, and Armored Saint's REVELATION and SYMBOL OF SALVATION CD's)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stephen B. O'Blenis on December 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Back when I still used to read music journalism on a regular basis, and well before Rob Halford ever recorded this album, it was apparantly assumed a given that he could never return to singing Judas Priest-style heavy metal because his voice wouldn't hold out and he couldn't hit the notes anymore. Well, in the first 65 seconds of "Resurrection" that assumption is shredded, riddled with nails, and set on fire, and it's just onward and upward from there. From the triumphant, semi-autobiographical (?!) title track to the soaring 'Savior', this is every bit the metal masterpiece of Any of the Judas Priest albums, with Rob not only back in maximum form (albeit mutated into a somewhat more savage vocal style) but has completed a difficult task in finding an ensemble of co-players to actuall equal the legendary Priest line-up. 'Night Fall' and 'Cyberworld' are the most directly Priest-like the latter sounding like it came right off the epic "Painkiller" album and the former more an amalgamation of various Priest sounds. 'The One You Love to Hate', featuring Bruce Dickinson on co-lead vocals is just a driving, mega-heavy monster that proves worthy of being the first track to pair these two legends. 'Silent Screams', the longest track of the disc, varies styles and tempos within itself seamlessly and, like Iron Maiden's 'Run To The Hills' or Motorhead's 'Ace Of Spades' is a track that it's hard to picture any metal fan not being able to get into completely. 'Drive' is really hard to describe - a cross between an industrial take on "Point Of Entry" and really heavy stoner rock is the cloest I can come; featuring some of the best Bass ever. 'Slow Down', one of the heavier and more midtempo cuts, features a different facet of drum dynamo Bobby Jarzombek's abilities.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paulo on August 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
If anyone doubts Rob Halford's vocal abilities 30 years into his career, "Resurrection" should do much to quiet them. From the ear-splitting title track all the way through the closing seconds, there is never a dull moment. Listen closely to the vocal layering in "Silent Screams". It is some of his most jaw-dropping work to date. Roy Z's production is top notch, making the impact of Halford's return to pure heavy metal even more potent. This is the best metal album released so far in 2000.
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