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Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution flac album

Performer: Judas Priest
Title: Angel of Retribution
Style: Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,British Metal,New Wave of British Heavy Metal
Duration: 52:38
Relesed: March 1, 2005
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 989
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Judas Priest - Angel Of Retribution (2005).

Angel of Retribution is the fifteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, released in 2005. It is the band's first album since 1990's Painkiller to feature Rob Halford. The album debuted at No. 13 on the US Billboard 200 chart, which makes it the fourth highest chart of a Judas Priest album (the third being Nostradamus, the second being Redeemer of Souls and the highest being Firepower). The album was produced by Roy Z, who co-wrote the song "Deal with the Devil".

ANGEL OF RETRIBUTION will be issued in two configurations: the first is a dual-disc set featuring the full album and an action-packed DVD. The 30-minute disc amplifies the album with behind-the-scenes documentary footage and classic live tracks filmed on June 24th and 25th, 2004 in Barcelona and Valencia, Spain. The concert material was shot during the two Spanish shows. The release dates for the new Judas Priest album 'Angel Of Retribution' are as follows: 28TH february 2005 - UK & europe 1ST march 2005 USA. Our record label have picked out a track from the new album entitled 'Revolution' as the radio track. Revolution Video Revolution Video Revolution Video.

Judas Priest - Worth Fighting For (Angel Of Retribution 2005) 04:18. Judas Priest - Angel Of Retribution (2005) Full 52:44. Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution (2005) - Wheels Of Fire 03:46. JUDAS PRIEST - Angel Of Retribution (2005) - Wheels Of Fire 03:41.

Listen free to Judas Priest – Angel Of Retribution (Judas Rising, Deal with the Devil and more). Angel of Retribution is the 15th studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, released in 2005. It marks the return of Rob Halford, after a 12 year departure from the band. The album debuted at on the . Billboard chart, which made it the second highest chart of a Judas Priest album (only before Nostradamus). It also marked the first time Judas Priest have been the number 1 artist on a national chart (in Greece).

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Judas Rising K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 4:13
2 Deal With the Devil K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 3:54
3 Revolution K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 4:42
4 Worth Fighting For K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 4:18
5 Demonizer K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 4:37
6 Wheels of Fire Judas Priest 3:46
7 Angel Will Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 4:24
8 Hellrider K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 6:23
9 Eulogy K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 2:52
10 Loch Ness K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest 13:29

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Live Documentary from 'Reunited' Tour Summer 2004 Judas Priest
2 Breaking the Law K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest
3 Metal Gods K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest
4 A Touch of Evil K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton / Chris Tsangarides Judas Priest
5 Hell Bent for Leather Glenn Tipton Judas Priest
6 The Hellion/Electric Eye K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest
7 Diamonds and Rust Judas Priest
8 Living After Midnight K.K. Downing / Rob Halford / Glenn Tipton Judas Priest

Credits

Tom (Colonel) Allom - Mixing, Producer
Tom Baker - Mastering
Joe Barresi - Engineer
K.K. Dowing - Arranger, Group Member, Guitar
K.K. Downing - Composer
Will Downing - Composer
Rob Halford - Arranger, Composer, Group Member, Vocals
Ian Hill - Bass, Group Member
Judas Priest - Artwork, Primary Artist, Producer
Stan Katayama - Mixing
Aubrey Powell - Direction, Producer
Glenn Tipton - Arranger, Composer, Group Member, Guitar
Scott Travis - Drums, Group Member
Chris Tsangarides - Composer
Mark Wilkinson - Design, Illustrations
Roy Z - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Reviews (5)
catterpillar
Очень разочаровала меня эта запись. Кроме песни "Hellrider", в которой упоминается трансформер Мегатрон, а также "Deal of the Devil", не понравилось ровным счётом ничего. Примитивно, господа. Judas Priest могут играть лучше.

salivan
After 15 years of wait, finally Rob Halford is back on Judas Priest and with a new album, with the "back to the roots" cliché, and this one can be comparable with The World Needs A Hero by Megadeth, because it has references of their past, just a bit less rushed out, as this has great ideas that could had been better executed in some cases.Track by track:1. Judas Rising: An epic and fast start to this album, it has simple lyrics, but is perfectly backed up with the music: 10/102. Deal With The Devil: This track is a bit forgettable, and just another Judas Priest song: 5/103. Revolution: This one is a better song, has a stronger structure, it's nicer: 7/10 4. Worth Fighting For: The Weakest song of the album for me, it's a bit boring, and just it's meh: 4/105. Demonizar: This is a very good song, it's a bit heavy and is a great one: 10/106. Wheels of Fire: Definitely not their best driving song, has a catchy chorus, but nothing else: 5/107. Angel: A Ballad, a very good, has a beautiful melody and it's amazing: 10/108. Hellrider: Another incredible song an a furious solo: 10/109. Eulogy: An Almost three minute intro-like song that geta you prepared for the grand finale: 8/1010: Lochness: The longest Judas Priest song, I really liked this one It's pretty Doom Metal, but I think it's way too long: 10/10Final Rating: 7.9/10: A good album to demonstrate that Judas Priest is still a strong band in the 2000'sTop 5 favorite songs:1. Hellrider2. Judas Rising3. Lochness4. Angel5. Demonizer

you secret
The fifteenth full-length studio album from English heavy metal band, Judas Priest, the first since 1990's Painkiller to contain original vocalist Rob Halford, fifteen years on, the band still remains as great as their early career!Debuting at peak position # 13 on the US Billboard 200 chart, the album was produced by guitarist/vocalist/producer Roy Z, (who was working with Bruce Dickinson) and the song "Deal With the Devil" was also written by Roy Z as well as Judas Priest.Angel of Retribution has some (good), some (not too bad) and some (great) moments. With such excellent and high score tracks such as "Deal With the Devil", "Judas Rising", "Revolution" and "Demonizer" as well as the great songs "Worth Fighting for", "Wheels of Fire" and "Hellrider", these songs I am saying are all good and excellent, where as the rest of the songs on this album are just alright.Though, I must admit it still makes the album very, very good!Still a "Worth-owning" and a "Must-listen-to-before-you-die" album! My overall impression is... It is a very good reuniting album! IT IS TIME FOR JUDAS TO RISE!Top five best songs:1. Deal With The Devil2. Revolution3. Judas Rising4. Demonizer5. Worth Fighting For

Kamuro
They are alive. Return to classic vocalist and material. Not bad at all.

Rocksmith
Reunion Album with Rob back in the Band! Classic Metal with some commercial fillers. I would give a 7,5 out of 10!

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