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Redeemer of Souls (Deluxe)

14 July 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 19 May 2014
  • Release Date: 14 July 2014
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 1:23:32
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  • ASIN: B00KAM01AW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,371 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dan Aston on 29 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply the most solid and consistent effort from the band since Screaming For Vengeance. An inspired album, perhaps the new addition of Richie Faulkner has given them a boost. I saw them on the Epitaph tour which was breathtaking and this line up of Priest is certainly delivering the goods ;) The deluxe edition is certainly worth getting - all great songs that could arguably have made the first disc. Best songs over all? Tough question but I'd have to highlight Halls of Valhalla, Down in Flames, Sword of Damocles, Cold Blooded and the brilliant ballad 'Beginning of the End'. This is not the beginning of the end but the continuation of a powerful new era for Priest.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DAVID McCABE on 10 Sept. 2014
Format: Audio CD
I have to say this is an AWESOME album ! When i first listended to it i thought it's just another pre-Nostradamus typical JP album. But no, how wrong i was, having now listened to it numerous times i can hardly bare to eject it from the CD player. The first track Dragonaut - this is a perfect opener to a live set, cruching thunder claps (you can just imagine it live, lights down dry ice puthering across the stage onto the crowd) then comes the opening riffs (lights now flashing through the dry ice on Glenn & Richie) and then in comes Rob with his ripping vocals (emerges on stage to belt out the opening lyrics...Welcome, to my world of steeeeell). Stand out tracks for me are Cold Blooded, Secrets of the Dead, Halls of Valhalla, Sword of Damocles, Dragonaut......infact what am i saying? they're all brilliant !. Do not hesitate to buy this album, you will NOT be disappointed.....best turned up to 11.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dirk Lerxt Pratt on 20 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
after the faux pas of Nostradamus i was less then bothered about a new Priest album,especially with KK Downing out of the picture.after seeing the band 3 times on their Epitaph tour-and being mightily impressed by new guitarist Richie Faulkner,i changed my opinion.when this arrived i was concerned by the fact it was self produced-never a good thing,you need an unbiased ear for these things.upon the first listen i was not keen,guitars sounded muted/low in the mix plus the production seemed a tad stilted.after 4 complete plays,i find my view totally changed.running through from start to finish at a decent volume picks up the subtle nuances laid down.although it is nothing ground breaking-but what is these days ?-i now think it is excellent.some great songs,riffs,musicianship really make this a great album.often side-lined,Ian Hill`s bass guitar really sounds high in the mix and adds to the scorching vocals,drums and guitars....all in all,a belter and one for any Priest fan-old and new.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Robinson on 6 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Metal at it's best.
We were promised an album of classic Priest and this delivers in bucket loads. Rob screams and sings at his best since Painkiller. The twin guitar attack of Tipton & Faulkner is possibly the best that Priest have ever had and that's no disrespect to Downing but Faulkner is sublime. Travis and Hill deliver the heavy thumping bass and percussion that drives the album.
I've been playing it almost non-stop since release and its not diminishing in it's brilliance yet.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chris Read on 13 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD
I adore this cd

I was worried when I heard the title track, but I needn't have been

As a lifelong Priest and Halford fan, my opinion is that it is pretty much perfect

It grows, your favourites will change

Its like they looked at everything i love about Priest and put it all in, along with the kitchen sink.

Twists and turns, finally some drumming that doesn't sound like a machine, beautiful beautiful solos, and such variety ... and probably the best screams I have ever heard in metal

I'm no longer going to take any notice of Dom Lawson's opinions. Of course i respect him, but they feel like a betrayal to metal to me. Yes it is in many many places a rehash, but a rehash of such immense quality that Priest fans have not been lucky enough to hear for the best part of 30 years.

If you loved the Staind Class to Defenders Of the Faith era, it is my feeling that you are going to need clean pants when you hear this. And if you don't, give it some time. It is not as immediate as say Halford's last solo album, and that just makes me love it even more

Stone cold beautiful metal classic that I could never have predicted
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By geoffrey mcaviney on 21 July 2014
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JP Back on form excellent new album, I made an extravagant choice in the Deluxe 2cd version but well worth every penny with the pre-order cost. 18 tracks of new material from the Metal masters, Rob Halford holds the vocals well despite his age, as the rest of the band pound through the heavy tracks seemingly unstoppable. The Ballads are quite good also the vocals are just as strong as are the backing of the rest of the band. I must admit though the last track on Cd2 leaves me feeling as though he and the band are saying farewell as if this was their final output, I do hope I am wrong as this album proves this old dog is not for being dead and buried but if it is this band will continue to live in me and all fans when playing their music again and again.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rock Dinosaur on 2 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD
I was a priest fanatic in the late 70's/80's but fell away in the 90's as I didn't like the direction that Painkiller was heading and didn't revisit them until the Retribution CD of 2005. Nostradamus was disappointing and with the departure of KK it all seemed to be heading down the toilet again. However, to quote the Metal God himself, fear not metal heads, the Priest is back with an absolute tour de force of fiery riffs, virtuoso solos and well composed songs.

From the first riffs of Dragonaut, it's obvious that the addition of the superb Ritchie Faulkener on guitar has injected a spark of real class that was missing from the last couple of CD's and this come across in the pace and ferocity of the songs. Even the titles give an indication of what the album will sound like; Dragonaut, Sword of Damocles, Metalizer, March of the Damned, all speed along accompanied by some of the best soloing I've heard from them in years.

The riffs in March of the Damned and Crossfire are personal favourites and even the two slower songs are poignant with Halford's lyrics giving the impression that this could be the Beginning of the End. Buy the deluxe version with the additional CD as it is definitely not a filler CD. If/when, they next tour I'd be happy to listen to them play most of this CD and I haven't been able to say that about any recent rock CD from a classic rock band I've listened to for at least 20 years.

So, press the "buy now" button and hope that, if this is the last album, you're at the front of the stage for the next tour when they play this material as it will be a fitting tribute to this fantastic band.
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