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Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, 4CD+DVD)

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 2.5 GB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 750 MB | Complete Scans | PNG/JPG -> 380 MB
DVD -> Folder | NTSC 720x480, 4:3, 29.97fps 7000Kbps | ~ 95 min | English | 2.0/5+1 (48.0 KHz/1 536 Kbps) | 6.9 GB
Heavy Metak/Hard Rock | Label: Sony Music Entertainment #MHCP 312| RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

This is a 4-CD chronological 'Best-of' boxset which includes previously unreleased live
tracks and a rare demo. The 64-page full colour paperback booklet
contains the full tracklisting with writing/production credits for each,
and an extensive biography by Bryan Reesman supported with many vintage
photos and contributions from the present band members, who also
provide the introduction. The special box is decorated with triple-row
pyramid studs on each side. The discs are kept inside carboard sleeves
and are placed in a plastic tray on top of each other. The DVD contains a
full concert of the band playing live at the Midsouth Coliseum in
Memphis, Tennessee on 12th December 1982 on the "Screaming For
Vengeance" World Tour. It was originally released as "Judas Priest-Live"
by CBS on VHS. Includes brand new stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes.
Audio remixed to 5.1 by Thom Cadley.
Rather than waste my time and yours vomiting over the dozen or so other approved and
unapproved collections of Judas Priest material that have been released
into the open arms of suckers through the past 30 years, I'll instead
focus on the only one that matters: the special edition Metalogy boxed
set from 2004, which features 4 discs and a bonus DVD swathed in mock
leather and studs. Now, this thing isn't cheap, it'll probably put you
out at least 40 bucks US if you can find it today, but trust me when I
say that it's worth the cost for any diehard follower of the band's
legacy. There are a few areas in which it could have used some
improvement, honing it into a near perfect product, but hands down this
is superior to garbage like the Metal Works '73-'93 collection or the
Gull cash-in Hero, Hero which muddles with the first two albums, and a
damn sight better than the rest.

And it's not the packaging or the sheer wealth of content here that's
impressive. No, if Metalogy was a mere reprinting of 65 cuts from the
albums with no tinkering, it'd be a heaping helping of useless shit. The
audio remastering of every cut on the four audio discs is absolutely
phenomenal. In fact, in almost all cases, these are the very versions of
the songs I prefer to experience. The leads, the cutting vocals, the
reverb levels sound incredibly across all the eras of the band's
material, and even though you're not getting the lion's share of their
catalog, you're at least getting all the hits that you'd expect at a
Priest gig, and then some. In particular, I dug how the selections from
Point of Entry and Turbo, two of the band's more divisive albums seem to
have a harder edge to them here that makes them flush with the more
aggressive material from Ram It Down, Painkiller and so forth. "Desert
Plains", "Solar Angels", "Troubleshooter" and "Heading Out to the
Highway" sound so fucking great, and the guitar tone on "Turbo Lover"
and "Private Property" seems to be brought out a little richer than it
was on the original release of the album. The leads take my breath
away...and as someone who does not own any of the indivdidual remastered
albums, the value skyrocketed.

That said, one of the downsides to Metalogy is that there's very little
to no rare content included. Most of the previously unreleased to CD
material are live tunes drawn from B-sides or promotional EPs, titles
like "The Hellion/Electric Eye", "Grinder", "Breaking the Law",
"Starbreaker", etc. Granted, the live songs replace their studio
incarnations in the lineup (circumventing any possible redundancy), and
sound every bit as great but I would have loved if there were an entire
disc of remastered rarities. As it stands, the only track new to me was
the "Heart of a Lion" demo, a leftover from the Turbo sessions, and it's
not much to write home about, trumped by just about anything that made
it onto that record. Also, I don't see much need in including the Tim
'Ripper' Owens fronted material here. It's tucked gently away on the
last four tracks of the fourth audio CD, where it belongs
chronologically, but considering how recent this stuff was at the time
of the compilation's release I would have rather had four more
remastered classics. After all, I dislike Jugulator and Demolition quite
a bit and I can't imagine anyone caring about it...

They could have at least clipped these and fattened up the selection
from Rocka Rolla, which consists of only "Never Satisfied". But of
course they want to acknowledge that sad, sad period of their
career...so we can compare and contrast it to how good they were leading
up to it?! Otherwise, Metalogy is a beast due solely to the sound
quality, and well worth spinning on your car or home stereo as a proxy
to the original albums (though you'd be missing a lot of great songs).
The DVD included here is a reprint of the old Priest VHS known simply as
Judas Priest Live, from a Tennessee gig in 1982, redubbed Live
Vengeance '82. Stock, cult footage, nothing special, but nice to have
here instead of shelling out for the independent DVD release. At any
rate, despite it's rather 'tough' looking exterior, it's packed in there
pretty tightly, enough that it might be worth ripping in high quality
and then leaving on your rack for display, but aside from that fact and
the shocking dearth of rarities, it's the one comp in over 40 years of
this band's career you'll want. Skip the bullshit like The Chosen Few
(tracks selected by famous metal celebrities) and grab Metalogy while
you can still find it.

~ www.metal-archives.com

Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, CD1)

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Tracklist :

1. Never Satisfied - 4:48
2. Deceiver - 2:44
3. Tyrant - 4:28
4. Victim Of Changes (Live) - 7:16
5. Diamonds And Rust (Live) - 3:29
6. Starbreaker (Live, First Time On CD) - 7:20
7. Sinner - 6:43
8. Let Us Prey / Call For The Priest - 6:14
9. Dissident Aggressor - 3:08
10. Exciter - 5:34
11. Beyond The Realms Of Death - 6:51
12. Better By You, Better Than Me - 3:24
13. Invader - 4:10
14. Stained Class - 5:19
15. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) (Live, Previously Unreleased) - 4:46

Track 4: Taken from "Unleashed In The East"
Track 5: Taken from B-Side of "You've Got Another Thing Comin'". Recorded live at the Palladium, New York, July 1981.
Track 6: Recorded live in Cleveland, Ohio, 1978. Taken from the "Take On The World" UK 12".
Track 15: Recorded live at the Palladium, New York, July 1981.

Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, CD2)

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 650 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 180 MB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 20 MB
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Tracklist :

01. Killing Machine - 3:04
02. Evening Star - 4:08
03. Take On The World - 3:03
04. Delivering The Goods - 4:18
05. Evil Fantasies - 4:14
06. Hell Bent For Leather - 2:41
07. Breaking The Law (Live, First Time On CD) - 2:46
08. Living After Midnight - 3:33
09. Rapid Fire - 4:07
10. Metal Gods - 4:00
11. Grinder (Live, Previously Unreleased) - 4:42
12. The Rage - 4:46
13. Heading Out To The Highway - 3:46
14. Hot Rockin' (Live) - 3:30
15. Troubleshooter - 4:01
16. Solar Angels - 4:04
17. Desert Plains - 4:36
18. The Hellion / Electric Eye (Live) - 4:17
19. Screaming For Vengeance - 4:43

Track 7: Recorded live at the US Festival, San Bernardino, CA, May 1983.
Taken from "The Green Manalishi" UK 12" and the "Some Heads Are Gonna
Roll" US single.
Track 11: Recorded live at Long Beach, CA, May 1984 (incorrectly says it's from 1986).
Track 14: Recorded live in Chicago, IL, 1981. Taken from the "Hot Rockin'" promo only 12".
Track 18: Recorded live in San Atonio, TX, September 1982. Released as a promo only 12".

Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, CD3)

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 660 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 190 MB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 20 MB
Label: Sony Music Entertainment #MHCP 314 | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Tracklist :

1. Riding On The Wind - 3:10
2. Bloodstone - 3:52
3. You've Got Another Thing Comin' - 5:11
4. Devil's Child - 4:47
5. Freewheel Burning - 4:25
6. Jawbreaker - 3:28
7. The Sentinel - 5:03
8. Love Bites (Live, Previously Unreleased) - 5:21
9. Eat Me Alive - 3:37
10. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll - 4:10
11. Rock Hard Ride Free - 5:36
12. Night Comes Down - 4:01
13. Turbo Lover - 5:33
14. Private Property - 4:31
15. Parental Guidance - 3:26
16. Out In The Cold - 6:28
17. Heart Of A Lion (Previously Unreleased Demo) - 3:54

Track 8: Recorded live in St. Louis, 1986.
Track 17: Previously unreleased demo recorded in 1985 from the Turbo album sessions.

Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, CD4)

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 670 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 200 MB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 20 MB
Label: Sony Music Entertainment #MHCP 315 | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Tracklist :

01. Ram It Down - 4:50
02. Heavy Metal - 6:00
03. Come And Get It - 4:08
04. Blood Red Skies - 7:53
05. Painkiller - 6:07
06. Between The Hammer & The Anvil - 4:49
07. A Touch Of Evil - 5:44
08. Metal Meltdown - 4:49
09. Night Crawler - 5:46
10. All Guns Blazing - 3:58
11. Jugulator - 5:51
12. Blood Stained - 5:27
13. Machine Man - 5:35
14. Feed On Me - 5:29

Judas Priest - Metalogy (2004, Bonus DVD)

DVD -> Folder | NTSC 720x480, 4:3, 29.97fps 7000Kbps | ~ 95 min | English | 2.0/5+1 (48.0 KHz/1 536 Kbps) | 6.9 GB
Label: Sony Music Entertainment #MHCP 316 | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Tracklist :

1. The Hellion / Electric Eye
2. Riding On The Wind
3. Heading Out To The Highway
4. Metal Gods
5. Bloodstone
6. Breaking The Law
7. Sinner
8. Desert Plains
9. The Ripper
10. Diamonds And Rust
11. Devil's Child
12. Screaming For Vengeance
13. You've Got Another Thing Comin' .
14. Victim Of Changes
15. Living After Midnight
16. The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown)
17. Hell Bent For Leather

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