Judas Priest re-issues?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by wpjs, Dec 2, 2017.

  1. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    I'll echo previous reviews for AoR - my pressing is excellent and it does sound more dynamic than the CD. Very enjoyable overall.
     
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  2. tinnox

    tinnox Well-Known Member

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    So looking forward to having it in my hands next week
     
  3. tinnox

    tinnox Well-Known Member

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    By the way been enjoying British Steel and is worth the $
     
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  4. Metalrob

    Metalrob Active Member

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    Great to hear tinnox.....have you compared BS to an original?
     
  5. tinnox

    tinnox Well-Known Member

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    Wish I could someone thought they liked it better than me years ago and has been MIA
     
  6. marvelus10

    marvelus10 New Member

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    Im curious to know if the Angel of Retribution reissue sounds better than the BOB version from 2010. To me the BOB 2010 issue didnt really sound any better than the original dual disc cd.
     
  7. DPM

    DPM Forum Resident

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    The reissue of Point Of Entry sounds good. It's a better album than I remember too. A fun listen, for sure. I may pick up British Steel.
     
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  8. perplexed

    perplexed Well-Known Member

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    Not really seeing these out in the record stores. So far have only seen Painkiller at a Barnes and Noble
     
  9. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    Is AoR worth checking out? I'm mostly a late 70s-90 JP fan with Painkiller being the last one I know. How are the vox?
     
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  10. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    Good album in my opinion, it touches on a few eras.

     
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  11. mikedifr0923

    mikedifr0923 Forum Resident

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    I enjoyed it. Like the post above said, touched on a lot of what Priest has done in their career with a little more modern heavier touch (in a good way, not in a numetal way haha)

    Real good album, I don’t remember a bad song but haven’t listened in a long time
     
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  12. WhoDaresWins

    WhoDaresWins Forum Resident

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    so far i've listened to Sin after Sin, BS, PoE & SFV. All two thumbs up. Next up is AoR, JUDAS IS RISING!!!!!
     
  13. patient_ot

    patient_ot Forum Resident

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    Would you mind posting deadwax info for SAS and SFV?
     
  14. Simon_LDT

    Simon_LDT Forum Resident

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    Do we know yet who mastered/cut these? I'm not seeing anything in the deadwax other than the catalog number and MPO. There is something which looks a bit like '' |` |` '' - not sure what that is all about...
     
  15. WhoDaresWins

    WhoDaresWins Forum Resident

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    SFV
    Side 1: 88985390861 A2 MPO* (plus an unknown scribble )
    Side 2: 88985390861 B2 MPO*( plus another unknown scribble )

    SAS
    Side 1 88985390781 A2 MPO *( unknown scribble )
    Side 2 88985390781 B2 MPO* ( unknown scribble )

    *After the MPO there scribble etching I couldn't make out on the four sides of these 2lps
     
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  16. patient_ot

    patient_ot Forum Resident

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    Would any of the scribbles happen to look similar to this guys mastering sigs?

    Ian Sefchick
     
  17. WhoDaresWins

    WhoDaresWins Forum Resident

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    I'm not familiar with this person's etching. Someone care to comment?
     
  18. Metalrob

    Metalrob Active Member

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    Read post #81-#93-#102 maybe that is correct info?
     
  19. WhoDaresWins

    WhoDaresWins Forum Resident

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    sorry I didn't realize that Ian Sefchick etching was on the link.

    It does NOT match the etching on the JP reissues.
     
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  20. patient_ot

    patient_ot Forum Resident

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    Hmmm, if anyone can post a pic of the etching, someone might be able to figure it out. I realize taking good photos of deadwax inscriptions can be difficult.
     
  21. Metalrob

    Metalrob Active Member

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    #59
     
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  22. patient_ot

    patient_ot Forum Resident

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    Forgot about that, can't make it out at all.
     
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  23. oldschool

    oldschool Member<br>Formerly V3nom

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    His stuff is hit and miss. The Sabbath, Dio and Uriah Heep remasters are really good but Helloween, Running Wild, Kreator and Anthrax are dynamically compromised.
     
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  24. Simon_LDT

    Simon_LDT Forum Resident

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    I've just got Sin After Sin and Killing Machine and both have different scribbles... Will try get some decent pics up tomorrow as off to work shortly.
     
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  25. sathvyre

    sathvyre formerly known as ABBAmaniac

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    I like his Running Wild, Kreator and Helloween remasters. The originals are also compressed (as most of Harris' Johns original productions), but we are talking about Speed and Thrash Metal here...works perfectly !!!
     

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