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Sin After Sin Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sinner
  2. Diamonds and Rust
  3. Starbreaker
  4. Last Rose of Summer
  5. Let Us Prey / Call for the Priest
  6. Raw Deal
  7. Here Come the Tears
  8. Dissident Aggressor
  9. Race with the Devil
  10. Jawbreaker


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 6, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: November 6, 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 47 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005R62O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,154 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is the 2nd album to be released by JP in 1977 and was their first one for CBS. This album was ignored in America even though it received tremendous press reviews. Lightyears ahead of its 1st album, this is their third release and it's classic heavymetal with some of the best ballads to ever be released. Here are my reviews of the songs based out of 5 *****:

"Sinner" - From the opening wail of the guitar to the hard surging bass and guitar, this song makes me want to repent! Very Sabbath sounding. Some great guitar distortion and fantastic wah-wah solo by KK. Solid drumming from session man Simon Phillips (too bad he didn't join the band - he was the best drummer they had!) A classic metal epic/anthem. Rating - *****

"Diamonds and Rust" - A Joan Baez tune done right by JP and Rob. Joan is a great story-teller and Rob sings tremendously. Done at a mid-tempo pace. Very haunting. Fine drumming from Simon again makes this piece. I love this version. Rating - *****

"Starbreaker" - Drum solo opens the song for some hard crunching guitar. Rob is again in fine form. A quicker paced song. Solid bass playing from Ian and good drumming again. Rating - ****

"Last Rose Of Summer" - A GREAT piece! No matter that it is a ballad, it is just a fantastic song! Sung heart-wrenchingly by Rob. A great love song that would have been a hit if done by a pop singer. Rob's range is on full display here. A nice clean guitar accompanies the piece. Tremendous. I would love to hear it live! Put it in the live set! Rating - *****

"Let Us Prey/Call For The Priest" - I love this tune! Opens with a church sounding guitar and organ proceeding....into the fastest song on the album.
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This CD is great, Last Rose of Summer and the remake of Diamonds and Rust are achingly beautiful and heartfelt. The rest of the CD rocks! The sound quality is a little dry and compressed, but it somehow it works.
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WOW! Let me first start off by saying that each Judas Priest studio effort is a distinguishable classic. The Judas Priest Remaster series is both good and bad. Good because each studio release sounds sonically superior to the old versions. All of them sound clean, crisp sounding from Sin After Sin through Painkiller. Also good on some of the reissues are the studio bonus tracks. I will review each bonus track as I review each reissue, some are better than others. The bad part about the studio ablum remasters series is the live bonus tracks (do not be confused, the live bonus tracks on both live reissues are great, and I include those bonus tracks in the reviews). ALL the live bonus tracks are lousy. The sound quality is good, just the performances are uninspried, and lame. From Sin After Sin's Jawbreaker (Halford sounds weak here) to Painkiller's Leather Rebel (which is made worse because it's rpobably the weakest song on Painkiller). If you are a fan who has all the studio albums already and are looking to wet your ears with the live tracks, forget about it, they will let you down. Seriously, the songs off of the Halford-less 98 Live Meltdown are more inspirational than these live bonus songs. Well that sums up the Remaster Series as a whole,
now on with the individual review...
Sin After Sin is Judas Priest's debut in a sense. And in alot of ways. The major one being for a major label, CBS. The other being produced by (at the time) former-DP bassist Roger Glover.
This album pretty much sounds like no other in the Priest cannon.
It's metal, rock, contemporary, etc. THeir are beautiful ballads like Diamonds and Rust, Last Rose of Summer, and Here Come the Tears. Their is Rock like on Starbreaker, Call of the Priest.
And finally is their METAL. Sinner is just balls out METAL!
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Call for the priest, I'm Dy-ing

For Metal People, Sabbath is our Beatles, AC/DC is our Stones, and, Priest is our Zeppelin. (No, actually Zepp is our Zepp) Like Sabbath before them, born from the filthy, impoverished, industrial hell-hole known as Birmingham UK, or rather, the remains of Birmingham, having not fully recovered from WWII, even by the late sixties. Also like Sabbath, this band was heavily influenced by it's dour and hopeless surroundings. With this album (their first on Columbia Records, and third overall) Priest's true sound was born. Shedding the Prog-Rock roots and melodramatic experimentation of its two predecessors (Don't get me wrong Sad Wings...is a masterpiece) you find a leaner, meaner, stripped down and stream lined sound. With shorter more focused songs. Though, some of the Prog-rock complexity remains. And that is the element that always gave Priest an edge over their peers. While Less epic than Sad Wings of Destiny, this album was the primer for things yet to come, particularly, main-stream success. Metal wasn't born with Sin After Sin, yet, it went into puberty with this release. The operatic vocals, the dual lead guitars, the epic lyrics, even, the Power Ballad (the beautiful: The Last Rose of Summer) were not cliché at the time, it was 1976 (when recorded) after all. This was innovation, this is what Metal had evolved into. Epic Hard(er) Rock minus The Blues. (No slide guitar or mandolins) This is also the first Priest album void of production issues. Roger Glover (of Deep Purple fame) in my opinion, does a fine job. Though, some still question the production quality, I think it's perfect. It's raw, and I think it was intended to be that way. However; all the levels are good, balanced and the overall sound is solid.
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