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  • Vinyl (23 Nov 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • ASIN: B008HABOU0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Sep 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
..If like me you bought it for the dvd then you'll probably be happy.

If you bought it for the original music,you may feel short changed, the CD is the same as the previous remaster,no tinkering,no grand difference in sound,just the same 5 star music as before,the bonus tracks are ,well typical bonus tracks, the live tracks are average sound quality and the ,excellent though it is.'Prisoner of Your eyes' is still completely out of place tagged on at the end,the logic of sticking a track recorded in '85 on a disc recorded in '82,escapes me,it did the first time and it does now.So essentially you've bought the same disc with run of the mill live tracks.

The DVD which was my reason for purchase,well thats excellent,dated yes,of its time,you cant help smile at Rob's beach blonde hair and metal mickey outfit but the band rocks,its a stellar performance and worth the purchase price itself,although it does take a bit of getting used to Dave Hollands drumming again having spent the last few decades listening to Scott Travis.

Packaging .. well thats crap,pathetic liner notes a few photos,pretty much no band involvement,although that shouldnt really be a surprise as they had little involement in the remasters liner notes as well.

To sum up,i wanted the dvd so im happy with that , disc 1 will probably never get played,will stick with the original remaster without the live tracks,the record label have missed a real opportunity here,this should have been the same as the Deluxe Edition of 'British Steel',disc 1 should have stayed as it was,disc 2 the dvd and a 3rd disc the audio of the dvd,jus a thought. So if you want the dvd then go for it,if not you may want to reconsider.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 12 Jun 2008
Format: Audio CD
Screaming For Vengeance is probably the peak of the Priest's commercial creativity. All aspects of the record come together perfectly, from the sheer strength of the songs to the iconic artwork and to the somewhat radio friendly hit single `You've Got Another Thing Coming', which did wonders for their career in the US (ironic given the fact that Point of Entry failed to dent the US market when it was written for this purpose).

Opener `Hellion/Electric Eye' is an enduring classic, slick, memorable and totally unforgettable, whilst the follow up `Riding on the Wind' races along with both some uncharacteristic impassioned drumming from Dave Holland (now airbrushed out of the Priest history books for obvious reasons) and the trademark dual guitar attack of Tipton and Downing.

`Bloodstone', which has a massive riff, deals with environmental concerns. However, like 'electric eye' (about spy satellites), this song may have been the catalyst for one reviewer (many years ago) to raise the two word, dismissive, comment on the album that it was simply `gormless imagery'. In Priest's defence (if defence were needed) Priest are really not about incisive lyrics, as Painkiller, Freewheel Burning and Ram It Down admirably testify to, and therefore you really have to ignore the content and concentrate on the quality of the music.

Next up is `Chains', which is a Bob Halligan penned tune that somehow made it as a single - nothing really to write home about, but adds a different shade to the album. `Pain and Pleasure' picks up where `Evil Fantasies' left off from Killing Machine, again displaying the raunchier side of Mr Halford's mind - it's OK, as it slows proceedings down before the sheer assault of the title track.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Stevenson on 22 Jun 2009
Format: Audio CD
The thing that has always amazed me about SFV is that it manages to be both heavy and commercial at the same time without being overblown at all. It really is a great album and showed to a lot of people, who (wrongly) thought that Priest had lost their way with Point Of Entry, that they still had teeth. The Hellion and Electric Eye are possibly the best opening of any metal album ever with the old twin guitar assault sounding incredible. The title track is only a stones throw away from being thrash and Rob does marvellously on the break-neck paced vocals. Pain And Pleasure wouldn't have been out of place on Killing Machine with it's dark sexual overtones whilst Bloodstone is a pleasantly surprising attempt by Priest to address the state of the world. Two singles were released from this album, the legendary You've Got Another Thing Coming and the heavy ballad (Take These) Chains which propelled the band to near superstardom at the time, particularly across the pond. And that leads to my only real complaint about the album - there was no UK tour.

SFV is one of those albums you just have to own and in my opinion comes a close 2nd to Killing Machine as Priest's finest.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By emmanuel_thep@yahoo.com on 19 Nov 2000
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Well, what can I say about this album? Not by chance was it Priest's breakthrough U.S album and really established them as a leading force in the world of metal. 'You've got another thing comin' is a superb track, arguably priest's finest moment, and probably their best known. Not one track on this album disappoints and the album has everything. The only possible downside to this (and I'm clutching at straws here) is that, because the album is so good, a lot of tracks appear on 'best of' compilations. However, this an all-time classic album, so order it now, and when you get it, play it LOUD!
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