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Jugulator Import

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  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Cmc
  • ASIN: B000001YAN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 756,106 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Jugulator
  2. Blood Stained
  3. Dead Meat
  4. Death Row
  5. Decapitate
  6. Burn in Hell
  7. Brain Dead
  8. Abductors
  9. Bullet Train
  10. Cathedral Spires

Customer Reviews

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By A Customer on 8 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
First things first: never let anyone tell you that Jugulator is a bad album. This album is amazing! I rate it up there with other metal faves such as Painkiller, Powerslave, Somewhere in Time, Keeper of the Seven Keys and Black Sun. I don't really understand people's hatred for this album. It's been said that new singer Owens can't sing or doesn't live up to Halford - well, that's cos he ISN'T Rob Halford!! Owens provides an incredibly powerful vocal. The worst thing they could've done is got a Rob Halford clone. Owens brings his own flavour to it.
Musically, this album rocks, packed with different riffs and solos and great singing. I love every track - interesting and unpredictable! It doesn't always follow verse/chorus/verse etc. which is maybe why many don't like it, but I think that's a good thing. Just check out "jugulator", "bloodstained", "burn in hell" and "bullet train". All great.
And then of course there's the brilliant 9 min + final track - "Cathedral Spires". One of the greatest metal songs in my opinion. I mean, the idea of watching the world die away from up inside a cathedral spire!! Don't tell me this is rubbish.
So I urge you to buy it now. I took the risk after reading the bad reviews (just look at what they've said about it on the American amazon website), and I've discovered a disturbing metal gem. Definitely 5 stars.
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This album was jilted by a lot of fans when it came out,after losing rob halford,they could only move on,and thats what they have done.Priest it is not.But if u want a good thrash album get this! i think priest were going in this direction for a while,if u listen to 'painkiller' from 1990 u will know what i mean.They have taken the priest vocal(supplied by ripper owens-who makes a good job of it!)and taken the music which sounds very like slayer and made a great album! the best songs on this album are 'dead meat' 'death row' 'burn in hell' and the fantastic 'cathedral spires' other stand out tracks are 'decapitate' and 'abductors' the album is so different,but dont dissmiss it or u will be kicking yourself,its really good album and if you are a priest fan you should give it a chance,if you arnt get it now! cause anyone will love this album!
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Being the next album after the Masterpiece that was and is "Painkiller" the expectations were high, and with Lead Singer Rob Halford being repleaced with Tim "Ripper" Owens there were doubts and for good reason.

BUT! "Ripper" Owens pulls it off he sounds like his predecessor with the shrieking Howls, but also adds his own style to Judas Priest. Sadly the Album is not as fast and speed metal as "Painkiller" but it has its own merits. The heaviness is there.

The tracks to listen to are: Blood Stained, Death Row, Burn In Hell, Brain Dead, Abductors and Cathedral Spires.

Yes this is not Rob Halford on Vocals but "Ripper" Owens adds a new lease of life into the mighty band JUDAS PRIEST!!! Worth a Listen
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For this album, with a new singer in the face of Ripper Owens, Judas Priest took the Metallion in a new direction and went almost into progressive rock. The final track, Cathedral Spires, is, in its self, a great prog metal track.
Never the less the Priest didnt abandon the good old heavy metal days, opening with the title track that was a reminder of when Painkiller first came out. The similarity to the opening track of Painkiller is a bit too obvious, but dont let this put you off as its still a high quality tune. The album goes up and down all too much to be considered a classic, but if you are dedicated to the Metallion then this album is a very worthy addition to the Priest collection.
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there has been alot of bad reviews for this album, and i can see why. it doesn't sound like the early 80's priest classics like british steel/defenders/etc. but, when you listen to it, theres is plenty of amazing riffs that would have quite easily made it on painkiller, and the drumming is unbelievable at times, scott travis is a fantasic drummer. admittely i prefer the halford led priest stuff, but this stuff makes a nice alternative. my only gripes with the album is the samples at the start of every track and the often dreadful lyrics, but then again, has anybody read the lyrics to 'parental guidiane'?
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I put this on the other day for the first time in probably 3 years - and soon remembered why I had left it so long.

There are good things about the album - I love the guitar sound, the singing is excellent, Death Row and Cathedral Spires are both killer tracks. Unfortunately, though, most of the tracks are rather average. The opening title track sums the album up, by winding up promisingly as if it is going to be another Painkiller, and then falling flat on its face. There are several genuinely great riffs on show, but only the two mentioned are converted into great songs. And yes - the lyrics in general are unfortunately too bad for you to be able to ignore them.

This would have been a promising debut for a new band, but for the Priest, it lies far below the expected standard.
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Refusing to accept that my beloved 'Priest (albeit without Roberto) could not produce Metal of the finest order, I have replayed this album quite a few times but it's no good.

This falls way short of the generally classic standard hitherto populated by anything involving Messrs. Downing and Tipton.

You can make noise; pound drums, bend strings and grind out power chords all you like but if it ain't got soul, Elvis, well, it ain't Metal.

No, wait, it probably is: 'Nu-Metal,' or something, typically propagated by the terminally bereft of melody, as distinct from giants of The Form for whom such a characteristic has always been an integral component of their glorious output.

In the abyss left by Roberto's departure, maybe the boys went to the more dangerous areas of the Americas and hung out with those committed to the fashionable craze for 'body art' (those bands you're supposed to acknowledge and revere, presumably for their ability to cultivate a fascination with Hieronymus Bosch in the inspiration of album cover art work?) because despite a terrific monster adorning this promisingly titled endeavour, Jugulator is, in the broadest sense, a disappointingly big miss.

However, nil points are avoided by virtue of the final track, Cathedral Spires which starts very well and is punctuated by some very welcome Halfordesque, vocal gymnastics but there is still an infection which allows the manifestation of that generic growl so beloved of moody, baggy panted rejectors of classic Metal which I recall being largely dismissed when Napalm Death first started bouncing around, years ago but which seems to have become an accepted excuse for mic technicians who can't really sing that well, if at all.
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