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Page Artiste Judas Priest

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  • CD (19 mars 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000630BW
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  1. Ram It Down
  2. Heavy Metal
  3. Love Zone
  4. Come And Get It
  5. Hard As Iron
  6. Blood Red Skies
  7. I'm A Rocker
  8. Johnny B. Goode
  9. Love You To Death
  10. Monsters Of Rock
  11. Night Comes Down (Live)
  12. Bloodstone (Live)

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HASH(0x8f3054c8) étoiles sur 5 PRIEST RAM IT HOME!!! REMASTERED! 16 avril 2002
Par cd-heaven - Publié sur
Format: CD
WOW! Let me first start off by saying that each Judas Priest studio effort is a distinguishable classic. The Judas Priest Remaster series is both good and bad. Good because each studio release sounds sonically superior to the old versions. All of them sound clean, crisp sounding from Sin After Sin through Painkiller. Also good on some of the reissues are the studio bonus tracks. I will review each bonus track as I review each reissue, some are better than others. The bad part about the studio ablum remasters series is the live bonus tracks (do not be confused, the live bonus tracks on both live reissues are great, and I include those bonus tracks in the reviews). ALL the live bonus tracks are lousy. The sound quality is good, just the performances are uninspried, and lame. From Sin After Sin's Jawbreaker (Halford sounds weak here) to Painkiller's Leather Rebel (which is made worse because it's rpobably the weakest song on Painkiller). If you are a fan who has all the studio albums already and are looking to wet your ears with the live tracks, forget about it, they will let you down. Seriously, the songs off of the Halford-less 98 Live Meltdown are more inspirational than these live bonus songs. Well that sums up the Remaster Series as a whole,
now on with the individual review...
This album is an UNDER-RATED Priest Jem. Sure, it's no British
Steel, or Killing Machine, but come on, it's 10 years later, and
they still can scream of Vengenence and riff like Metal Gods.
Proof is the leadoff track, Ram It Down. Their heaviest album opener since Screaming For Vengence in 1982. This song just cooks and it's kind of gets the tempo set for Painkiller in 2 years. Other great tracks are Heavy Metal, Hard as Iron, and a ripping cover of Johnny B. Goode. My 2 favorite tracks though are Blood Red Skies (Pure classic Priest) and Monsters of Rock, what a great way to close an album along with the opener title
track. All-in-all, a GREAT album, ever though the drums do sound a bit mechanical. It really isn't that bad. The remastering is
superb, both in sound improvement and album packaging (lyrics and photos). As for the 2 bonus tracks, Live Bloodstone and Night Comes Down, really not necessary to have been included.
But the album is definitely worth getting.
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HASH(0x8f30551c) étoiles sur 5 Hammering of the Metal Gods 21 mars 2002
Par cineman74 - Publié sur
Format: CD
After the release of "Turbo", an album I (and many others) dug but which left a lot of Priest fans scratching their heads, the question was whether or not the band was going to go in a poppier direction. Happily they did no such thing and came back with "Ram it Down", a crushing metallic onslaught that marked the return of the classic Judas Priest sound along with some new tricks.
Make no mistake, these songs are the heaviest Priest had written up to that time, although the song lyrics are more down and dirty ala Kix or Faster Pussycat as was the scene in '88, and some of Rob Halford's customary forays into fantasy/literary themes are absent here. Still, songs like "Hard As Iron", "I'm A Rocker", "Heavy Metal", and the title track are shining headbangers. You also have the most bizarre version of "Johnny B. Goode" you're likely to hear. The title track also has the distinction of containing what many Priest fans regard as perhaps the greatest extended guitar solo duel in metal (and Priest's) history and marked Glenn Tipton's and K.K. Downing's evolution into the cutting edge of guitar-playing.
The remastered sound is really crisp here and the guitars sound great, although no amount of studio tweaking could do away with the synths and Dave Holland's lame electronic drums (what were you guys thinking?). Unfortunately, the only bonus tracks are two filler live songs, but this album is worth owning for the title track alone.
Be amazed, be very amazed.
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HASH(0x8f305954) étoiles sur 5 Nevermind the haters 4 juillet 2010
Par Doron - Publié sur
Format: CD
JP fans are strange. They seem to hate pretty much all of their 80's material aside from British Steel and Screaming for Vengeance. I agree with the others that this album is criminally underrated. I really believe this was a defining moment for JP. This album includes some of their best guitar work and vocals ever. This album and Turbo were pretty much laying the foundation for Painkiller. For me this album was a perfect balance of commercial and unconventional. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x8f305d20) étoiles sur 5 Going back to heavy metal 11 mars 2006
Par Pennington Loomis - Publié sur
Format: CD
Their previous album Turbo experimented with a more "pop" sound, but it was still heavy in some parts. With Ram it Down, the band makes a shift to a much more heavier sound. At the time, this was their heaviest album (until Painkiller came out two years later). There are still a few 80s touches, such as that electronic drum sound, and the guitars have that sort of "processed" feel. But overall, the album is pretty good. Ram it Down starts off the album with a shriek from Rob. Couldn't think of a better intro myself! This song is HEAVY, almost unlike anything they had come out with before. The guitar solos on this song are simply jaw-dropping. Love Zone is a catchy song that sounds like a glam metal song for some reason. But don't get me wrong, it still rocks! It's very heavy on that "processed guitar" sound I mentioned earlier. Hard as Iron is another heavy and fast song that just kicks you in the face. Even more awesome solos on this one. I'm a Rocker has an awesome message and is very melodic.

Johnny B. Goode seems to be a song that people love or hate. I happen to love it. They took a classic rock song and turned it into a full blown metal song successfully. I love the way Rob sings it, I think more people should give this song a chance! Come and Get It and Love You to Death are catchy songs, but they don't stand out as much as the others. Monsters of Rock is a nice slower-paced track that took some time to grow on me. Heavy Metal is a theme song for metalheads everywhere. It starts off with an AMAZING solo, and when the song kicks in, you automatically begin to rock out. Rob sings in a high tone practically throughout the whole song.

From what I heard, some of the songs off of this album where meant to be released as a double album called Twin Turbos, combining the material from Turbo with this album. Blood Red Skies sort of reminds me of Turbo, with its synths being played throughout the song. It is sort of an epic power ballad, with Rob hitting some HIGH notes. And the solos are amazing as always. You also get some nice live versions of Night Comes Down and Bloodstone. People seem to be divided over this album, I think it is awesome. Maybe not one of their better albums overall, but still one worth trying out!
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HASH(0x8f305e04) étoiles sur 5 A Great Underated 80's Album 4 septembre 2005
Par Metallic Artist - Publié sur
Format: CD
Ram It Down is certainly an album that did not get enough attention. If you want to know what would happen if you mixed Turbo and Painkiller, you get Ram It Down. This album has its positives and negatives. First thing, once you hear it, you could definitely tell it's from the 80's. You can tell that this album was following the trend at the time, but also trying new things. This is the only reason why I give it four instead of five stars, since it's stuck to this time period. What I really like was the direction Judas Priest went with this album. You can also definitely tell that this was the album before Painkiller. The title track, Heavy Metal, Hard As Iron, and Johnny B. Goode can attest to that and are the best songs on the album. The title track and Hard as Iron are the fastest tracks on the album and show that they were leaving the 80's trend after this album. Love Zone, Come and Get It, Blood Red Skies, and Love You To Death are great standing tracks as well, again, they sound very 80's, but they still are great songs to listen to. I heard I'm A Rocker live during their Angel Of Retribution Tour and it was great live, it's definitely a song that stands out for the album. To give fair warning, Ram It Down is for people who have heard a few of their earlier albums or Painkiller. It's not a good album to start with if your just getting into Judas Priest. You will definitely appreciate this album more if you listen to their other works first. Either way, if you're into 80's metal, now is the time for you to Ram It Down!
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