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Live Vengeance 82 [DVD] [1982] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EQ47TK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 405,268 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU VINE VOICE on 12 Jan. 2007
Format: DVD
Superbly shot with multicamera angles for vhs release in 1982, this is Judas Priest at their absolute peak presenting their most recent record at the time, Screaming For Vengeance.This dvd used to come in an expensive box set as a bonus.It was time it was released separately, for those who, like me, are not hardcor JPriest fans willing to part with a lot of cash for a box-set. The picture is so perfect this has to be mastered from the master tape, not an old 1/2 inch vhs tape as is most usual in these cases. Typical ¨cheesy¨ (but lovely) video effects are discretely intercalated here and there, though not in a profuse manner so anybody complaining about this deserves a kick in the butt !! You'll read reviews stating one guitar can't be heard but truth is this is right only during certain songs. You get alarmingly louder volume level on the right channel during the opener/medley but then it evens out. Guitars ( as on JP's records ) are isolated on each audio channel so you'll get hell from either channel ocassionally, especialy during the beginning of each song, on which pedal volumes are used, then guitars fall down in the mix in an excessive way. Vox is the loudest sound all the time and that's another thing that really bothers me. I've read reviews stating Halford's voice was shot/hoarse from touring on this dvd and he couldn't reach highs properly. Those reviewers please get a new set of ears ! His vocals are so spot on and his highs so natural one tends to thing they're overdubbed (which they're obviously not ) The drums are a little rolled off but they'll shake your foundations at the slightest cranking of the bass control on your amp. The 5.1 mix is nothing short of fabulous and the concert clocks in at a healthy 93 ', no extras but hey, who's complaining ?
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Aug. 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This is actually Live in Memphis 83, where they were promoting the Screamin album. Excellent intro with Halford donning the leather cap in the intro Electric Eye. This is the same concert where you see out takes from the Metal works video, so all you Priest fans of old buy this, it is unreal
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rocker Billy on 20 May 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I have seen this Rock concert video before it is remarkable krang Album
that's worth for money and collection, but too
bad they don't have DVD version out yet!!
hornesly I been waiting for this "DVD"instate of lousy VHS tape
that can't last. The "Demolition Live in London" is no compareble
this video, why? because lack of feeling and emotional....
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4 Jun. 2006
By Douglas Hernandez - Published on
Format: DVD
Another glorious chapter in the career of Judas Priest is covered here, and what a concert it is! Originally released as a home video, this concert was recorded in Memphis on December of 1982 during Priest's Screaming for Vengeance world tour. Watching such a spectacle makes younger people like the writer that we had been born earlier to be able to have experienced the `80s Metal revolution. Priest plays the usual song list here, but you'll also find songs that you don't normally see played live like "Bloodstone", "Sinner", "Desert Plains", "Diamonds and Rust"(played in full, not the weaker acoustic version), and "Devil's Child". This is simply a great classic concert, which showcases Priest at their peak. Now if only there was an Unleashed in the East concert somewhere out there....
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Priest at their best! 30 Jan. 2007
By Laurence G. D'alberti - Published on
Format: DVD
This DVD captures Judas Priest at their best. My brother and I caught them live in Toronto Canada for their 1984 tour (still have the original concert stubs!)

A must have for any Judas Priest fan. Just ordered Electric Eye DVD from My brother bought it brand new and called me to tell me it is awesome!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Their best video offering ever. 16 Mar. 2007
By Botnik Roller - Published on
Format: DVD
You simply won't get a better performance by Priest recorded on video.

This is the real deal, Priest at their best. The guitar attack of Tipton and Downing is amazing, the sound is great, Halford is also singing like never and the set list is very good. The only downside is, of course, Dave Holland's drumming. Funny thing, that guy played greatly in Trapeze, but in Judas Priest his drumming was dumbed down to a laughable point. (probably, following orders from the produceer, Halford, Tipton, etc).

You can't get wrong with this one.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Classic Priest - My Favorite Concert DVD Of All Time!!! 16 May 2006
By Jerry - Published on
Format: DVD
No hype. No big stage production. Just "IN YOUR FACE" Priest at their very best. The footage is very raw and it feels like the God's of Heavy Metal are in your living room.

Rob's voice is awesome. He also looks like he is having fun.

If you like huge stage productions, pyro, and fancy lighting,

you ain't gettin' it from this video. This DVD concentrates on

the music and the band delivers with a "VENGANCE."

This is my favorite concert video of all time!!!
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Are You High? JP Will Take You Higher! 21 April 2006
By doggiedogma - Published on
Format: DVD
Judas Priest recorded at Mid South Coliseum, Memphis, TN, 12/12/82. This DVD was previously released as part of the Metalogy (Bonus Dvd) box set and originally released on VHS as "Judas Priest Live". This was also shown on MTV back in 1983, when MTV had soul! Drawbacks - the show appears to have been transferred from VHS onto DVD without any sort of digital re-mastering, this is evident with tracking lines being visible at the bottom of the screen a couple of times. Other than that, the picture is stellar and the audio is perfect. There is NO PROBLEM with Glenn's sound at all, his guitar playng is heard in all it's glory! Now onto the show!
The concert starts with the taped recording of "The Hellion" and then the band blasts into "Electric Eye". Rob is perched on the top of a lighting tower singing: "Up here in space. Looking down at you. My lasers trace, everything you do." Rob is decked out in his classic black leather and spikes attire, also adorned with sunglasses, faux 3rd Reich cap, whip and red bandana tied around his left leg (red bandana tied around leg. Wha?) Oh well, Rob pulls it off as only Rob can! Hey, I thought it was butch at the time! LOL! Rob has to be in the best physical shape of his life. He looks dare I say, almost buff! Marshall amps are stacked all around the stage. Blue colored lasers are encircling Glenn and K.K. while the fog machine works overtime blanketing the stage. All you Dave Holland (ex-Trapeze) bashers, Dave is fantastic here! I do not want to hear how monotonous he is. Unfailingly keeping the tempo/rhythm on every tune, he is spot on throughout! Ian Hill, what can I say? He is the spine for JP. Methodically swinging his bass back and forth in time to his playing and head banging, he is a pillar of metal!
Highpoints on a perfect performance are tough to single out, but I will try. "Riding On The Wind" is awesome. Rob's singing is tremendous, he hits the high notes without falter. "Metal Gods" gets high marks for Rob's theatrics and singing during this tune. Seeing "Bloodstone" live was great! Rob's singing really stands out on this tune, as he belts out his vocals. K.K.'s solo during "Sinner" is psychedelicly smoking! K.K. really works over the wammy bar on his Fender! Rob's intro for "The Ripper": "Here's a little Victorian melodrama for you with a slight surgical incision here and there" and then his proceding performance is perfect! "Hell Bent For Leather" is the icing on the cake. Rob goes maniacal, pushing over his "hog" and then whipping it relentlessly!
WOW, THIS is the Priest I fell in love with, worshiped and soldiered for in my not so innocent youth! This show is absolutely a gem! The band was a well rehearsed and oiled (pun intended) metal machine, and they are firing on all cylinders! The band is in high energy throughout,and the Memphis crowd goes nuts over JP! And you will too after witnessing this performance!
Hey, It's Judas Priest at the hight of their prowess touring for the "Screaming For Vengeance" album. It's Rob in leather and spikes, it's when lasers, explosives and smoking were allowed inside auditoriums. It's the '80's at it's heavy metal best!
P.S. Iron Maiden was the opening act during the tour, as they were introducing their new vocalist Bruce Dickinson and showcasing their new album "The Number Of The Beast" > Damn, what a freakin' lineup!
Running time: 95min.
Set list:
1)The Hellion/Electric Eye
2)Riding On The Wind
3)Heading Out To The Highway
4)Metal Gods
6) Breaking The Law
7) Sinner
8) Desert Plains
9) The Ripper
10) Diamonds And Rust
11) Devil's Child
12) Screaming For Vengeance
13) You've Got Another Thing Coming
14) Victim Of Changes
15) Living After Midnight
16) The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)
17) Hell Bent For Leather
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