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This album with its nineteen tracks covers the years from 1977 – 1992. With some absolute classic tracks here this album is great to listen to. If you are a Judas Priest fan you will already have these songs and so you won’t probably be that interested in getting this album, but for others this is an ideal introduction to this group. As well as being amongst the pioneers of Heavy Metal this group has still remained influential, extremely popular, and held in high esteem by other newer groups.

If you have never really heard Judas Priest before then you are in for a real treat with this album, which will certainly have you rocking away. Great vocals and music are standard for this group, and listening to this you can see how Heavy Metal has changed in certain ways over the years. It is now generally played much faster and more frenetically.

Even if you never buy another album by this group you can’t really go wrong with this one, which is ideal to have on your MP3 player for those stressed out moments. And don’t worry; despite certain claims made in the past, there are no subliminal messages here that tell you to kill yourself or others. At times we all need a good blast of Heavy rock, and this will certainly give you that pick me up.
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on 17 April 2016
A good album spanning the career of one of the best British metal bands of all time. It includes all the band's most well known songs and is a good starting point for anyone who wants a starting point to get more into the band or if you're not a massive fan and you just want a few of their greatest hits. Personally, I prefer The Very Best Of Judas Priest :Living After Midnight, which includes live versions of Breaking the law and Diamonds and Rust which in my opinion are far superior to the album versions.
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on 23 June 2016
They say one man's meat is another man's poison. This represents the "commercial" side of Priest's output, but it's a long long way from being a true "best-of". A Metal band churning out singalong hit singles? Some great songs on here, admittedly, but some are downright crap.
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on 23 June 2013
Great Band, with their most amazing songs... however there isn't anything after the year 1992 which is a pain as they have realised some good songs since then
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on 10 December 2015
A great introduction to these classic rock legends....and at a bargain price.
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on 31 March 2015
excellent service from the customer and very pleased with this item.
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on 29 June 2014
I really love Judas Priest and when I discovered this album of all the UK singles they released I couldn't resist it. Apart from the cd itself, which has 19 tracks, the digital booklet that comes free with the MP3 version on Amazon Music (formerly called Amazon Cloud Player) is unbelievable value. I can thoroughly recommend it for any Judas Priest fanatic such as myself.
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on 5 September 2014
Strong hard rock. great stuff
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on 11 June 2015
Just what you expect.
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on 28 February 2016
Great album
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