Judas Priest - Setlist [Compilation]


9.6 | 5 votes |
Release date: 13 July 2010
Style: Heavy metal

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01. Judas Rising
02. Riding on the Wind
03. Heading Out to the Highway
04. Breaking the Law
05. Exciter
06. Tyrant
07. Out in the Cold
08. Dissident Aggressor
09. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)
10. Beyond the Realms of Death
11. Freewheel Burning
12. You've Got Another Thing Comin'


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20.08.2010 - 05:10
Arcticus
Yeesh, another pointless compilation. ah well you cant stop commercialism huh
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20.08.2010 - 05:36
RavenKing
Written by Arcticus on 20.08.2010 at 05:10

Yeesh, another pointless compilation. ah well you cant stop commercialism huh


It's the case with several old metal bands, you know. They release compilation after compilation containing basically the same old songs all the time. I agree that it makes those releases pointless.
I think this problem happens much less with more extreme metal but with traditional Heavy Metal and Powermetal it can be an annoyance, indeed. Though all you need is to ignore them and don't waste money on stuff you already have but has been only re-packaged.

It's the same with live albums (Manowar are really getting ridiculous with all those "Hell On Earth"). Especially as I have almost no interest in live albums and usually don't buy them even from my favorite bands (I don't like the way live albums usually sound).
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They shake your hand and they smile and they buy you a drink
They say we'll be your friends we'll stick with you till the end
But everybody's only looking out for themselves
And you say who can you trust I'll tell you nobody
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20.08.2010 - 18:12
Arcticus
Written by RavenKing on 20.08.2010 at 05:36

Though all you need is to ignore them and don't waste money on stuff you already have but has been only re-packaged.

True, of course. I don't buy into all this crap, more just a passing comment. But I agree with your comments, and I wish it wouldn't happen so much...I guess I just hate the music industry, or at least the non-music-making side of things.
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21.08.2010 - 01:51
Baz Anderson
This is apparently a collection of live material, not the same old studio recordings.
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21.08.2010 - 02:59
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Written by Baz Anderson on 21.08.2010 at 01:51

This is apparently a collection of live material, not the same old studio recordings.


Really? It's still pretty much worthless unless the live recordings are never before heard...

On the subject of compilation albums, yep, some bands have many released, of which most are far from essential. Although this is a record companies' fault, not the bands'. Motorhead are a prime example. God knows how many compilation cds have been released by them over the years!
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21.08.2010 - 03:24
RavenKing
Written by Angelic Storm on 21.08.2010 at 02:59

Really? It's still pretty much worthless unless the live recordings are never before heard...

On the subject of compilation albums, yep, some bands have many released, of which most are far from essential. Although this is a record companies' fault, not the bands'. Motorhead are a prime example. God knows how many compilation cds have been released by them over the years!


Indeed. If there's already many live versions of those songs, it makes the new one worthless. I know labels are to blame more than bands for all those useless compilations but it's still get ridiculous in the case of some old bands.
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They shake your hand and they smile and they buy you a drink
They say we'll be your friends we'll stick with you till the end
But everybody's only looking out for themselves
And you say who can you trust I'll tell you nobody
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