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  • Audio CD (14 July 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B002B55H8M
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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1. Judas Rising (Live)
2. Hellrider (Live)
3. Between The Hammer & The Anvil (Live)
4. Riding On The Wind (Live)
5. Death (Live)
6. Beyond The Realms Of Death (Live)
7. Dissident Aggressor (Live)
8. A Touch Of Evil (Live)
9. Eat Me Alive (Live)
10. Prophecy (Live)
11. Painkiller (Live)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 16 Aug. 2009
Format: Audio CD
How do you compete with one of the best live albums ever produced, namely Unleashed In The East? Well, you don't bother. Live albums are about capturing the concert experience, if they are any good. They have a beginning, a middle and an end - slow bits, fast bits, the hits, the bum notes, the crowd, the inane chat, and the endless encores. They are also limited in their song choice. Priest fans want the 'Hellion' at the start, 'Living After Midnight' at the end and 'Beyond The Realms of Death' somewhere in the middle. So on this 'live' offering Priest have dispensed with this concert format straight-jacket and dished up some classic more obscure numbers, back to back, with no real flow and gaping silences between the songs. And, oddly, this is why this sort of works.

For your tenner you get a bone crushingly heavy and award winning 'Dissident Aggressor' and a spirited 'Eat Me Alive', both dusted down for cobwebs from the last tour and worth the entrance fee on their own. You also get the throwaway 'Hell Rider', the brutal 'Painkiller' and the positively regal, aforementioned, 'Beyond The Realms Of Death'. These are not back to back easy bed fellows in a live concert and, from that perspective, a plodder like 'A Touch Of Evil' is stronger in the line up for it.

So it's distinctly not a 'live' concert, it's just a welcome live airing of some of Priest's better, arguably more obscure material, delivered with fresh noughties production crunch.

Worth a tenner.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By maz on 22 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
The third live offering from Priest(with Halford on vocals) and this is easily the most average.

On the whole the setlist is pretty good and at least we only get two songs from the terrible Andrew Llloyd Webber influenced; Nostraboreus.

The musicians are on fire, Glen and KK are razor sharp, Ian Hill as unassuming as ever is laying down a solid base. As for Scott. If only he had been in Priest earlier.

Whilst I don't expect Rob Halford him to hit the notes like he used to, but quite frankly his voice is nowhere near what it was. Painkiller needs to be dropped from their set list - I need a painkiller after hearing him trying to sing it. Beyond The Realms Of Death also makes uncomfortable listening. In my opinion it is way overrated, but I appreciate that many fans love it. However, Rob makes a complete hash and warbles his way through it. To be fair, those are the worst examples and on most of the album he sounds ok

It is good to hear songs like Judas Is Rising, Hellrider, Between The Hammer and the Anvil and Dissident Aggressor. It's not a bad album by any means. But I would advise people to stick to unleashed and Priest Live.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
Im gutted i was so looking forward to this,by my reckoning this is Priests 7th live disc(including Priest,live and rare)and sadly its not the best,not even close to it,this has all the feel of a record label hurriedly sticking a product together and rushing it to the public after the previous disc maybe didnt sell as well as expected,the packaging is average,no quality liner notes,i like to know where each track was recorded for example,fading crowd noise between tracks is unforgiveable and ruins the flow of the disc. The bands performance especially tipton/downing is good but its been better listen to unleashed' or live in london these discs were just as heavy if not more so,'live 98 was hardly a teddy bears picnic but previous reviews seem to suggest this disc contains priest at their heaviest almost sabbath like? this is nothing new and certainly not unique to this disc,listen to Halfords vocals they are very poor and at times strained( listen to painkiller/beyond the realms'),this is not a 5 star disc in my humble opinion ,there is nothing new hear just by the book performances of priest tracks,almost a priest by numbers if you like,pretty disapointing,destined for a few spins now and then nothing more.Maybe its unfortunate that this arrive the same day as ted nugents Motorcity Mayhem !!!! Listen to that and hear a 'Heritage' performer playing with a fire and intensity that breathes new life into his back catalogue classics,certainly i will revist A touch of evil-live over the next few weeks but i'd be surprised if my opinion changes,2 poor disc's in a row,the priest's in trouble.
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By M. G. Chisholm TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Feb. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I bought this purely because there has been a generally excellent reaction from press and fans. I did have some reservations simply because most of the Priest favourites are not on the album, replaced by many of the less well known live songs.

Couldn't have been more wrong in my initial reluctance to buy this as it really is a Priest gem.

I'll firstly make note of Dissident Aggressor simply because it has recently won a Grammy for a live song - deservedly so having spun it a number of times. It's very heavy with some serious crunching guitars and thumping drums. Rob is on screaming good form. Most of all what I notice is the fantastic production though. It's fair to say that the whole CD is well produced with a crisp clean sound, but Dissident Aggressor exemplifies it most of all. With a good quality stereo system it thunders from speaker to speaker. Quite special to be honest.

All of the rest of the songs have or appear to have been chosen to deliberately showcase Priest's other material and to avoid another live version of Another Thing Coming. All of the songs from Judas Rising to Painkiller have a heavy makeover and all balance well. As I've noted before the production is brilliant and the sound quality ot top notch. It really does sound like money was spent making this, not just a bunch of live songs chucked together to make a buck - although I'm sure that they will.

Overall another excellent Judas Priest album that can stand up there with the rest. All by the same band but all with a different taste.
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