Reflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music (LP)
Reflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music (LP)
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Heavy metal legends Judas Priest mark an incredible 50 year career with Reflections – 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music. Available on double 180gsm red vinyl in a gatefold sleeve, this new collection boasts 16 tracks including remastered studio recordings and 7 previously unreleased live cuts from the band’s archive.

LP Tracklist

SIDE A

  1. Let Us Prey / Call for the Priest 
  2. You Don't Have to Be Old to Be Wise 
  3. Fever 
  4. Eat Me Alive 

SIDE B
  1. All Guns Blazing 
  2. Never The Heroes 
  3. Dissident Aggressor (Live) 
  4. Out in the Cold (Live) 
  5. Judas Priest - Running Wild (Live) 

SIDE C *previously unreleased*

  1. Victim Of Changes (Live)  (May 09, 1978 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre)
  2. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown) (Live)  (Point of Entry ‘Worldwide Blitz’ Tour - Live in Hammersmith, London - November 21, 1981 - Hammersmith Odeon)
  3. Bloodstone (Live) (Screaming For Vengeance World Vengeance Tour - Live in Atlanta, GA - December 11, 1982 - The Omni)
  4. Judas Priest – The Ripper (Live)  (Irvine, CA - July 12, 1991 - Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre)

SIDE D *previously unreleased*
  1. Beyond the Realms of Death (Live) (Killing Machine/Hell Bent For Leather Tour - Live In New York, NY - March 11, 1979 - The Mudd Club)
  2. The Hellion / Electric Eye (Live) (Turbo ‘Fuel For Life’ Tour - Live In Houston, TX - June 21, 1986 - The Summit)
  3. Sinner (Live) (Ram It Down ‘Mercenaries Of Metal’ Tour - Live In New Haven, CT - August 7, 1988 - New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum)