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Redeemer of Souls

14 July 2014 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 19 May 2014
  • Release Date: 19 May 2014
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 1:01:55
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  • ASIN: B00K95QG2W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,672 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Timelord007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
Judas Priest : Redeemer Of Souls.
Product Information.
1xCD plus a free mp3 AutoRip Download.
Also Available as a Deluxe Edition.

Track Listing.
Song Title Time
1)Dragonaut 4:26.
2)Redeemer of Souls 3:58.
3)Halls of Valhalla 6:04.
4)Sword of Damocles 4:54.
5)March of the Damned 3:56.
6)Down in Flames 3:55.
7)Hell & Back 4:45.
8)Cold Blooded 5:25.
9)Metalizer 4:37.
10)Crossfire 3:50.
11)Secrets of the Dead 5:41.
12)Battle Cry 5:17.
13)Beginning of the End 5:07.

The Deluxe Edition contains 5 extra Bonus Tracks.

Song Title Time
1)Snakebite 3:14.
2)Tears of Blood 4:17.
3)Creatures 4:25.
4)Bring It On 3:16.
5) Never Forget 6:25.

Synopsis.
Metal Legends Judas Priest return with their 17th studio album featuring the tracks `Redeemer Of Souls' & `March Of The Damned'.

Timelord Thoughts.
Redeemer Of Souls is Judas Priest's 17th studio album "Redeemer of Souls" with this new album marks the band's first album to not feature songwriter K.K. Downing, who has been replaced with former Lauren Harris guitarist Richie Faulkner.

Redeemer of Souls is a return to thunderous and unrelenting anthems that Judas Priest do best, While Priest's previous album "Nostradamus," received a mixed response from hardcore Priest fan's for it's synthesizer-heavy sound, "Redeemer of Souls" sees a strong return to the classic Judas Priest hard metal sound throughout the 13 track album which is particularly evident in songs "Halls of Valhalla" & "Dragonaut." which standout & show Priest delivering hardcore anthems that are the albums two standout tracks.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By VeryMental on 18 July 2014
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When Rob said it was going to be heavy I have to admit I was lusting after Painkiller II, that aggression and trauma to the ears was addictive but it is in the light of their back catalogue a 2D album. When I heard the pre-releases I started to get worried plodding and generic stuff I thought, but I'm an idiot. What you get is a reminder of the variety of Priest's range of styles I don't think there's a bad song just the different shades of Priest the very reason IMO they've lasted so long, there really is something for everyone.
The album is the very definition of a "grower" the more I listen, the more I want to hear it again. So I want to publicly apologise for doubting the guys I'm an idiot they're Metals Gods.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Father Jack on 15 July 2014
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Been a Priest fan for longer than I care to admit. This was the band that cast out any devotion to false gods and demanded that i worship at the alter of heavy metal.

Ok so trying to be as objective as I can. First listen - not all that impressed. What struck me was what sounded like so many Iron Maidenisms. Dont get me wrong, I love Maiden too but this is the PRIEST!
Put on the bonus disk, and thought wow this is more like it. These tracks struck me as very much in the same vein as Wheels of Fire from the AoR album.. Raw, catchy and certainly a different feel to the main album.
Then i put the Disk 1 on again and thats when it hit me. YES!!! The Priest is back!
In my experience the most satisfying albums are those that grow on you after repeated plays. This release definitely falls in that category.
Priest have never made consecutive albums that sound the same and this follows that tradition.
In summary, I think there is something for everyone no matter what your favourite Priest era may be. Yes the production can feel raw at times but this adds to the charm of the album as the songs deserve to be judged on their own merit. If youre a Priest fan then its a no-brainer - buy it!

Just cant wait to see them live in the UK again and fingers crossed before Xmas!! :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By zenon wright on 18 July 2014
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Lets start with not compairing this new album to former glories and foes as this is a Priest album of merit
I will also not compair this review to others as everyone has differing tastes

From the first to the last track I personally dont feel there is any fillers however I feel the Battle Cry track to be the weakest so that aint at all bad for the third listen .
Priest have here as they did with Angel of Retro revisited some past albums and sounds which I feel bring the album together nicely as Priest are a band with a great long history why not celibrate it.
There is something here for everyone and all of considerable merit

If youre a Priest fan I can see no reason why you would not like this / love it
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Runar Karlsen on 20 July 2014
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It was a roll of the dice wether to give the album 4 or 5 stars, I landed on 4 to avoid and mislead compared to former landmark albums, but it was darn close to 5 stars !
The artwork is simply stunning, you have to look to Maiden Albums of the eighties for real competition. It changes colors when exposed to light on the deluxe edition.Believe me when I say that you must have this artwork on CD or vinyl, not just solely MP3.
I found myself staring at the cover when I realised i was already listening to track 5 and I had 13 songs left to look forward to !!I really expect award nominations for this impressive album at a late point of their career. If you have read so far, why have you not already pushed the "Add to cart" button? Now off you go...
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