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Release date: 24 January 2012
Style: Heavy metal

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9.5 | 15 votes

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Disc I
Rocka Rolla [1974]

Disc II
Sad Wings Of Destiny [1976]

Disc III
Sin After Sin [1977]

Disc IV
Stained Class [1978]

Disc V
Killing Machine [1978]

Disc VI
Unleashed In The East [1979]

Disc VII
British Steel [1980]

Disc VIII
Point Of Entry [1981]

Disc IX
Screaming For Vengeance [1982]

Disc X
Defenders Of The Faith [1984]

Disc XI
Turbo [1986]

Disc XII
Priest…Live! [1987]

Disc XIII
Ram It Down [1988]

Disc XIV
Painkiller [1990]

Disc XV
Angel Of Retribution [2005]

Disc XVI
Nostradamus [2008]

Disc
A Touch Of Evil…Live [2009]


Additional info
This 17-CD boxset contains every studio and live album that featured the classic line up of Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, K.K. Downing and Ian Hill. Included will be brand new remasters of Judas Priest's first two albums, 1974's "Rocka Rolla" and 1976's "Sad Wings of Destiny", in addition to each individual album being packaged in a replica mini-LP sleeve reproducing that album's original cover art. Also featured in the set will be a 40-page booklet with photos, album credits, and liner notes by rock journalist/Judas Priest fan Greg Prato.



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Dedcalm - 29.02.2012 at 20:11  
  How can youy call it The Complete Albums Collection when there are 4 albums missing. Yes i know this set has Rob only but the point is its not a comple collection of judas priest. If it had been i would have bought it.
M C Vice - 01.03.2012 at 09:42  
  Is Ripper Owens sad that no-one loves him?
Marcel Hubregtse - 01.03.2012 at 12:11  
 
Written by M C Vice on 01.03.2012 at 09:42

Is Ripper Owens sad that no-one loves him?


Weirdly almost no one loves him even though Jugulator pisses all over the last two Judas Priest albums and also a couple of older ones such as Ram It Down and Turbo
Daniell - 01.03.2012 at 13:12  
  You guys are seeing it wrong. They just didn't want to pay Ripper Owens for re-releases. Less people, more dough per, simple as that.
M C Vice - 02.03.2012 at 10:27  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 01.03.2012 at 12:11

Written by M C Vice on 01.03.2012 at 09:42

Is Ripper Owens sad that no-one loves him?


Weirdly almost no one loves him even though Jugulator pisses all over the last two Judas Priest albums and also a couple of older ones such as Ram It Down and Turbo

I disagree on all but Ram It Down.
Does anyone else think Ram It Down is a string of sexual inuendos?
Marcel Hubregtse - 02.03.2012 at 12:45  
 
Written by M C Vice on 02.03.2012 at 10:27

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 01.03.2012 at 12:11

Written by M C Vice on 01.03.2012 at 09:42

Is Ripper Owens sad that no-one loves him?


Weirdly almost no one loves him even though Jugulator pisses all over the last two Judas Priest albums and also a couple of older ones such as Ram It Down and Turbo

I disagree on all but Ram It Down.
Does anyone else think Ram It Down is a string of sexual inuendos?


So to you Nostradamus and Turbo are better than Jugulator?
M C Vice - 02.03.2012 at 13:10  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 02.03.2012 at 12:45

Written by M C Vice on 02.03.2012 at 10:27

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 01.03.2012 at 12:11

Written by M C Vice on 01.03.2012 at 09:42

Is Ripper Owens sad that no-one loves him?


Weirdly almost no one loves him even though Jugulator pisses all over the last two Judas Priest albums and also a couple of older ones such as Ram It Down and Turbo

I disagree on all but Ram It Down.
Does anyone else think Ram It Down is a string of sexual inuendos?


So to you Nostradamus and Turbo are better than Jugulator?

Yup. Nostradamus is one of my 3 favorite Priest albums, along with Sad Wings Of Destiny and Painkiller. And Turbo's pretty fun. Very 80s sounding.
Marcel Hubregtse - 02.03.2012 at 13:17  
 
Written by M C Vice on 02.03.2012 at 13:10


Yup. Nostradamus is one of my 3 favorite Priest albums, ....


You are totally kidding right? An album with only two or so good songs and as consistent and all over the place as one of your favs by JP? I would say you must really hate JP then
M C Vice - 02.03.2012 at 13:46  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 02.03.2012 at 13:17

Written by M C Vice on 02.03.2012 at 13:10


Yup. Nostradamus is one of my 3 favorite Priest albums, ....


You are totally kidding right? An album with only two or so good songs and as consistent and all over the place as one of your favs by JP? I would say you must really hate JP then

3 10s, 2 9s (albums only), 2 7s and the rest 8s - yeah, I really hate Judas Priest.
I found it to be a really good sympnonic album. It also included one of my favorite guitar solos (the other being a Virgin Black song).
Lumpcicle - 21.04.2013 at 19:46  
Rating: 9 This set rocks. Who gives a rats ass about Jugulator? And Turbo has a bad reputation. Yeah they were trying to cash in on the current trends in rock at the time. It's a total "sold out" record, but when you compare it to a lot of the similar records Turbo reigns supreme. It's cheesy and very un-Priest like, but incredibly well made.

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