Judas Priest – Electric Eye – Review

May 23, 2004

Though it takes nothing away from the majesty of the band’s finest rock, the videos are every bit as bad as I remember. Also included are six rare performances recorded for BBC television, 1975-1980.

Judas Priest – Turbo – Review

May 31, 2002

The most reviled item in the original lineup’s catalogue, the one title whose mere mention garners a snicker. This is unquestionably the band’s low point.

Judas Priest – Turbo – Review

May 31, 2002

All pop, dumbed down yet again, but hiding a few gems in “Turbo Lover,” “Hot For Love” and “Reckless.” Unexpected ripper of a bonus track, “All Fired Up.”

Judas Priest – Ram It Down – Review

May 31, 2002

Launching with a trademark Halford scream, the album launches into the speed metal of the title track. Though the Turbo influence has not dissipated completely.

Judas Priest – Painkiller – Review

May 31, 2002

Scott Travis’s double kick-drum energizes the band. Downing and Tipton whip out some of their best guitar work and Halford does some of his finest screaming.

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