Judas Priest Ram It Down
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TheNotrap
December 29th 2011


8108 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

^^
Indeed. Fucking badass live version.

"Ram It Down" is one of my absolute favourite Priest songs. Unfortunately never saw it live.

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RunOfTheMill
December 29th 2011


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah,"Ram It Down" definitely owns.

And I've just found out that they have a live version of "I'm a Rocker" on Rising in the East. Gonna have to check that one out.

I think Priest... Live! could've been a lot more awesome with some of these tracks.

TheNotrap
December 30th 2011


8108 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Yes I know, I saw "I'm a Rocker" live on their Angel Of Retribution tour.

"I think Priest... Live! could've been a lot more awesome with some of these tracks."
Probably, but I still love "Priest...Live!". One of my favourite live albums, along with "Live After Death" and "World Wide Live".

RunOfTheMill
December 30th 2011


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'm not a fan of live albums in general, but Priest... Live! is underrated, for sure, and it makes
some of the Turbo songs sound a lot cooler.

That said, it makes me so disappointed that there are no official Judas Priest releases from the Ram
It Down tour, no even in any bonus tracks!

TheNotrap
December 30th 2011


8108 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

^
Shame indeed.

"I'm not a fan of live albums in general, but Priest... Live! is underrated, for sure, and it makes some of the Turbo songs sound a lot cooler."
Agreed. All rock music are made for stage and almost all songs sound cooler live.

btw, if you don't know Maiden's Live After Death or Scorpion's World Wide Live, get them asap. Amazing live albums.

RunOfTheMill
December 31st 2011


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think I'll look into them. I was also looking to getting Unleashed in the East and Tokyo Tapes, since they seem to be pretty fucking awesome.

My local record store has a Priest... Live! record in almost mint condition. Might get it if the price is good.

RunOfTheMill
January 27th 2012


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Learning how to play Hard as Iron on bass. Kickass song.

TheNotrap
January 27th 2012


8108 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Killer song indeed.

Hard as Iron, Ram it Down, Blood Red Skies and I'm a Rocker are my favourite tracks here.

RunOfTheMill
January 29th 2012


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

lol it's actually my most played song on my iPod. I think I played it every morning for an entire month or something.

darkthrone1
December 1st 2012


387 Comments


this review is great haha

jayt851
February 10th 2013


137 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Silly Review

pissbore
March 21st 2013


9935 Comments


might check this out soon


RunOfTheMill
March 22nd 2013


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

There are some bad songs, but the good more than makes up for the bad. Some fucking sweet jams here.

bloc
April 30th 2013


34925 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn this is awesome. Wondering why the average rating is so low.

RunOfTheMill
April 30th 2013


1503 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Because it's cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese. Good cheese, but cheese nonetheless.

pissbore
April 30th 2013


9935 Comments


is it painkiller-level cheese?

DrHouseSchuldiner
April 30th 2013


5643 Comments


Well ur controversial so i might see u liking it more than painkiller : )

bloc
April 30th 2013


34925 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Cheese my ass.

Half the heavy metal from the 80s is cheese and people jack off to it regardless.

pissbore
April 30th 2013


9935 Comments


im just honest with my opinions

DominionMM1
April 30th 2013


10102 Comments


I never found painkiller to be all that cheesy. now turbo on the other hand...



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