16 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As catchy as it is fierce, Screaming for Vengeance reflects Judas Priest’s sprawling vision for heavy metal. The seriously diverse tracklist boasts a little bit of everything: shout-along anthems perfect for biker brawls ("You’ve Got Another Thing Comin'"), weary ballads stained with sadomasochism (“Pain and Pleasure”), and a title track so intense and ferocious it’s proto-thrash. Tying together all this versatility is steely production (courtesy of early-’80s studio whiz Tom Allom) that streaks across the sky like a fighter jet at Mach 1.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As catchy as it is fierce, Screaming for Vengeance reflects Judas Priest’s sprawling vision for heavy metal. The seriously diverse tracklist boasts a little bit of everything: shout-along anthems perfect for biker brawls ("You’ve Got Another Thing Comin'"), weary ballads stained with sadomasochism (“Pain and Pleasure”), and a title track so intense and ferocious it’s proto-thrash. Tying together all this versatility is steely production (courtesy of early-’80s studio whiz Tom Allom) that streaks across the sky like a fighter jet at Mach 1.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

$7@ ,

Ugh

Legendary album but that's not what we are reviewing but instead packaging, extra material. Not enough in my view. The defenders 30th offering much better

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