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  • Audio CD (28 Feb. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Smv
  • ASIN: B0007KVAVQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 151,652 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Judas Rising
2. Deal With The Devil
3. Revolution
4. Worth Fighting For
5. Demonizer
6. Wheels Of Fire
7. Angel
8. Hellrider
9. Eulogy
10. Lochness
Disc: 2
1. Reunited
2. Breaking The Law
3. Metal Gods
4. A Touch Of Evil
5. Hell Bent For Leather
6. The Hellion/Electric Eye
7. Diamonds & Rust
8. Living After Midnight

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Angel of Retribution is the new album from the recently reunited classic line-up of vocalist Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing, bassist Ian Hill and drummer Scott Travis. The new album was co-produced by Roy Z and Judas Priest, and represents the first time that this incarnation of the quintet has entered the studio and engaged in a recording session since 1990's Painkiller. The Bonus DVD includes 40 minutes of documantary footage plus video footage of 7 live classic tracks which were recorded summer 2004.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 19 April 2009
Format: Audio CD
All things considered this is an amazing comeback album. Opener Judas Rising is a barn stormer of a kick off - the Victim of Changes fade in, the Halford scream, the indefatigable double pedal drums, screaching guitars and the pseudo religious lyrical content reminiscent of Sinner or Exciter- this a simple statement of intent - Judas is indeed rising. Next up is the swagger of Deal with the Devil, which deals with the bands beginnings in the Midlands and, in common with much on the album, it wears the Priest history proudly on it's sleeve - there are countless references to the Priest past on this cd, reinforcing the fact that this is a comeback based upon years of Metal history - from references to razor blades, painkillers, the Victim of Changes intro, Stained Class, Sentinels, fallen angels, sad wings etc this purposely gives the album a hefty lyrical anchor to the past. The obvious single 'Retribution' is up next with a welcome airing of Ian Hill's bass at the outset (not often heard) - this is a bit of a grinding plodder but not necessarily in a bad way and it falls squarely in to the more radio friendly camp of 'Living After Midnight' and 'You've Got Another Thing Coming' - Halford's Jimmy Page wailings at the end are also a neat 70's departure from his usual all out screams. 'Worth Fighting For' is a more melancholic, melodic offering that borders on poignant with some neat vocal harmonies and a great hard core riffing central bridge. First of the cds two Painkiller paced bruisers is up next. Both 'Demonizer' and 'Hellrider' are culled from the harder moments of say Jugulator or Demolition but fresher with Halford having an absolute ball with the vocals.Read more ›
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I can't wait to see them live opening with this song! Can anybody give me an example of a 30-year old band coming back and delivering one of its best albums! The younger metal bands SHOULD LISTEN to this album- Judas Priest sound younger than the majority of the new bands which concentrate on technical virtuosity (if any) and not giving a damn soul about the music! This is especially true for the most American and Canadian bands from the last 10-15 years which sound so cold, trivial and void of emotion. There is so much power and passion in each Priest song!
"Judas Rising" is one of the best songs Priset have ever made.
" Deal with the devil" is a classical heavy rocker reminding of Halford's "Resurrection" album.
"Revolution"-one of my favorites-monumental, it carries the glory of "Heavy Duty"/Defenders of the Faith", but it's even better.
"Worth Fighting For"-ironically, not a perfect song, reminds me of my least favorite Priest albums ("Point of Entry"/"Turbo"), but I respect their decision to put it on the album, because it contains elements of everything they have done the last 30 years.
" Demonizer", Wheels of Fire", "Hellrider"-could have been taken from "Painkiller", with surprising operatic chants from Rob Halford on the third song. Magnificent, totally stunning Priest
"Angel"-one of Priest's finest ballads. Beautiful vocals from Rob (not like Demolition's "Lost And Found", which was dreadful)
Eulogy/Lochness- a majestic, epic closure of the album with heavy guitars and supreme vocals from Rob. Reminder of the prog-metal first Priest albums from the seventees.
Overall, one of the best metal albums you have heard in years and one of Priest's best! Ten stars!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Albion (Judas Fanatics) on 20 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
We saw this live at the Birmingham NEC, a few hours ago and were utterly blown away by Halfords return to form. Many Angel Of Retribution track were included in the set. Tracks such as the tile track itself and the opener 'Judas Rising' are instant ballads in their own right. A faithful stick to traditional british metal, rather than bending to new wave alternative styles. 12 years apart seems to have nothing to damage Priest's versitality and stage presence. A must have album and must see show. Comparing this to Iron Maiden's recent 'Dance Of Death' this is a brilliant comeback from the birmigham legends.
Cheers from here to eternity,
Albion
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Aiden O'Brien on 10 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
This has got to be my favorite album of the year so far. "Judas Rising" is probably the most ass-kicking statement of intent that's been used to open up an album, ever! It's probably up there with "Hellion/Electric Eye" and "Painkiller" as one of the best openers of a Priest album. I know that people may think Travis overdoes the double-bass, but I think that adds to the intensity even more, because it doesn't let up for a second and just beats you down to the floor and Rob still sounds as good as he did 30 years ago! If you can't scream "Judas is riiiiisssssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnngggg" at the top of your lungs, then you just aren't a JP fan.
"Deal With The Devil" is more in the vein of 70's Priest and is a very energetic track regarding Priest's origins - "Driving in that transit, Down to Holy Joe's. Used to lose our head, While metal flowed." It's probably the most "mosh" song on the album as during the chorus it reaches such a fever pitch that you can almost imagine yourself pushing and roughing your way through the mosh pit.
"Revolution" is a low point I do admit, it's easy to see why this was chosen as the first single, but the bass intro is very nice, and Rob's shrieks at the beginning and end of the track make it worth while. Aimed to be a Priest single with a sing-a-long chorus and succeeded, that's the best praise I can give to this song.
Now the first ballad of the disc, "Worth Fighting For". To be honest this didn't appeal at first. But I gave it a chance, played it a few times and I totally love it! Again, this has "single" written all over it but it's such a great Priest ballad about the search for lost love. Plus the solo is so damn great and fits in with the scheme of the song that I could cry!
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