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Page Artiste Judas Priest

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (6 novembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005R62O
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Sinner
  2. Diamonds And Rust
  3. Starbreaker
  4. Last Rose Of Summer
  5. Let Us Prey/Call For The Priest
  6. Raw Deal
  7. Here Come The Tears
  8. Dissident Aggressor
  9. Race With The Devil
  10. Jawbreaker (Live)

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Par Vincent VZT MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 8 mai 2014
Format: CD
sin after sin pâtit d'un son bizarre, très rond avec beaucoup (trop) de basses. il faut dire que le producteur de ce disque est le bassiste de deep purple roger glover. ceci expliquant peut-être cela?
donc, le son de ce disque est pour le moins le point faible de sin after sin, le groupe optant par la suite un son plus "metal". par contre, sur cet album figure au moins deux titres intéressants: starbreaker qui montre ce que sera désormais le style judas priest, et l'inquiétant dissident aggressor que reprendra d'ailleurs slayer (sur south of heaven). le reste est plus dispensable, même la reprise de joan baez qui n'apporte rien.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Judas Priest..."Sin After Sin"...1977 & 2001 Remastered 7 juin 2013
Par Kevin B. "0820" - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I used to own this record back in November 1979. Just recently, I ordered this album from Amazon in a CD format. I would like to take the time to offer my review & opinions of each song, as follows:

1. "Sinner"...This song is as good & powerful as hell. I swear that "Sinner" could be a great song that Black Sabbath only w/ OZZY could easily seems so much like THEIR type of song.

2. "Diamonds & Rust"...This is a cover of a song orig. written by Joan Baez. I have NEVER heard her version of this song @ all. Judas Priest does a fantastic job w/ this remake & I've always loved it very much.

3. "Starbreaker"...This always had one hell of a catchy & rolling beat. I love this song, very much.

4. "Last Rose Of Summer"...This song is so different, but it's EQUALLY as fantastic. Though it is much slower, just like a ballad, it is probably my TOP favorite song on this ENTIRE album. It also has a real haunting & mysterious feel to it, that I just love & really enjoy. Towards the END, the vocal reminds me of Robert Plant/Led Zeppelin, somewhat, in certain parts.

5. "Let Us Prey/ Call For The Priest"...The words "Call For The Priest, I'm Dying" open up this song, which is pretty good & very fast paced. I've always liked this one.

6. "Raw Deal"...This song is pretty good & AGAIN it could remind of a song that Ozzy/Black Sabbath could perform just perfectly.

7. "Here Come The Tears"...This song starts out nice & easy, in the manner of "Last Rose Of Summer". Then all of a sudden, it gets real POWERFUL. I have always liked & enjoyed this song.

8. "Dissident Aggressor"...This has got to be the most powerful song here, vocally & musically. It is my LEAST favorite song on this album. It didn't seem to familiar to me, even when I used to own the record...I may have rejected it a lot because it was the FINAL song. It does, however, remind me of ANOTHER song, that I remembered from "Sad Wings Of Destiny". Not quite sure if the song was "Deceiver" or maybe "Isle Of Domination".

Bonus Tracks

9. "Race With The Devil"...This song wasn't written by Judas Priest, either. However, I do like this song, it's pretty good.

10. "Jawbreaker"...(Live In Concert)... this version is good, but it DOESN'T seem NEAR as POWERFUL as their version from 1984's "Defenders Of The Faith" album.

Just a Fun Word of NOTE: The title of THIS album "Sin After Sin", was one of lyrics from their other song "Genocide" from 1976's "Sad Wings Of Destiny" album. This CD is most definitely recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ALL DIAMONDS, NO RUST 5 décembre 2013
Par ACRIMONIOUS - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Call for the priest, I'm Dy-ing

For Metal People, Sabbath is our Beatles, AC/DC is our Stones, and, Priest is our Zeppelin. (No, actually Zepp is our Zepp) Like Sabbath before them, born from the filthy, impoverished, industrial hell-hole known as Birmingham UK, or rather, the remains of Birmingham, having not fully recovered from WWII, even by the late sixties. Also like Sabbath, this band was heavily influenced by it's dour and hopeless surroundings. With this album (their first on Columbia Records, and third overall) Priest's true sound was born. Shedding the Prog-Rock roots and melodramatic experimentation of its two predecessors (Don't get me wrong Sad a masterpiece) you find a leaner, meaner, stripped down and stream lined sound. With shorter more focused songs. Though, some of the Prog-rock complexity remains. And that is the element that always gave Priest an edge over their peers. While Less epic than Sad Wings of Destiny, this album was the primer for things yet to come, particularly, main-stream success. Metal wasn't born with Sin After Sin, yet, it went into puberty with this release. The operatic vocals, the dual lead guitars, the epic lyrics, even, the Power Ballad (the beautiful: The Last Rose of Summer) were not cliché at the time, it was 1976 (when recorded) after all. This was innovation, this is what Metal had evolved into. Epic Hard(er) Rock minus The Blues. (No slide guitar or mandolins) This is also the first Priest album void of production issues. Roger Glover (of Deep Purple fame) in my opinion, does a fine job. Though, some still question the production quality, I think it's perfect. It's raw, and I think it was intended to be that way. However; all the levels are good, balanced and the overall sound is solid. Don't forget, this is an analog recording, and it's forty years old, there are limitations. Although; nothing is wrong with the drumming, I think that Dave Holland would have made a significant contribution to the sound. Unfortunately, he wasn't in the band yet. Critics of this album won't cut it any slack at all, They don't see the significance of it, nor take into account the impact that it would have. It's always the same gripes, the production, the cover, which I think is great. A nude woman and an apperition at the steps of an eerie mausoleum overlooking a body of water. The use of cold and warm colors is very good. Metal (before that word was generic and cliché) found its identity with this album, this is what it wanted to be when it grew up. However; that identity would be lost. The genre as a whole, stagnated in the coming decade, known as the 80's. Giving way to a fragmentation into two schools, one, a commercialized water down version of itself, whom replaced heart and soul with showmanship and flamboyance. And the other, taking the dark and fast tempo aspects to an extreme. While, losing the epic grandeur and experimentation. This split trajectory would eventually lead to the rise of such dreadful sub-genres as, the heroine saturated, self-righteous, anti-rock star facade known as Grunge, and the out-right silliness that was Rap-Metal.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fits Perfectly Between Sad Wings and Stained Class! 14 mars 2014
Par Strummer71 - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I just don't get the reviewers here who claim to love Sad Wings and Stained Class but then give this album only 3 stars?!?! To me, Sin After Sin is a perfect link between those two albums and I cannot see how you could love those and not this. I guess everyone is entitled to his opinion, but I felt compelled to post a review counter to those 3-star reviews.
I began listening to Priest in the 80s and I was not exposed to their music from the 70s (with the exception of a few of the most radio-played songs) until many years later. It's too bad, but like many of my age, Judas Priest was just Screaming For Vengeance and Defenders and I didn't really want anything to do with "their old stuff from the 70s"! What a shame, huh? Well, the good news is that I did finally come around to listen to the early stuff and, when I did, I found that it was my favorite era of Priest material. Priest of the 70s, and Rob's vocals particularly, show so much range! They were young and they took real chances with their music.
To anyone just getting into early Priest or who is on the fence about whether to get Sin After Sin: JUST GET IT! And then crank it up and enjoy a true classic of early metal (just like Sad Wings, Stained Class, Killing Machine/Hell Bent, British Steel, and Unleashed).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Judas' best album ever made I believe. 17 juin 2013
Par Hyounjong Kim - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The Judas Priest drummer Alan Moore left before this album, but sometimes less is more. Simon Phillips took his place even more greatly(especially on "Sinner") and turned out to be a awesome product. They changed Joan Baez's folk ballad "diamonds and rust" to great rock number. However, the best song I'd like to recommend to you is "Last Rose of Summer". You'll never imagine one like this if you've just listened breaking the law kinda straight rock style. And also check out " Here Come the Tears". I tell you if you are a real Judas' fan, this album will not forgotten in your mind forever.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Last Rose Of Summer 25 octobre 2015
Par White Chicken - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Classic Priest here from start to finish with no weakness whatsoever. Sinner is a blistering metal workout. Great cover version of Diamonds and Rust. All time classic in Last Rose Of Summer. Amazng Let Us Pray/Call For The Priest. Dissident Aggressor is about as heavy as it gets for 1977. Simply amazing album in all aspects. Godfathers of heavy metal with Black Sabbath, AC/DC, and Kiss.
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