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The Best of Judas Priest

Judas Priest

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
1977
Catalog ID:
PGULP 1026
Version desc.:
Limited edition, Picture disc
Label:
Gull
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Limitation:
5000 copies
Reviews:
None yet
Side A
1. Dying to Meet You 06:18   Show lyrics
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2. Never Satisfied 04:53   Show lyrics
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3. Rocka Rolla 04:02   Show lyrics
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4. Diamonds and Rust (Joan Baez cover) 03:13   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Victim of Changes 07:54   Show lyrics
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6. Island of Domination 04:25   Show lyrics
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7. The Ripper 02:51   Show lyrics
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8. Deceiver 02:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Ian Hill Bass
Rob Halford Vocals
Glenn Tipton Guitars
K. K. Downing Guitars
Alan "Skip" Moore Drums (tracks 5-8)
John Hinch Drums (tracks 1-3)
Guest/Session
Simon Phillips Drums (track 4)
Miscellaneous staff
David Howells Design
John Pasche Logo
Paul Monteagle Cover art
Peter Harenberg Mastering
Lorentz Gullachsen Photography
Gered Mankowitz Photography
Alan Johnson Photography
Ian Hill Bass
Rob Halford Vocals
Glenn Tipton Guitars
K. K. Downing Guitars
Alan "Skip" Moore Drums (tracks 5-8)
John Hinch Drums (tracks 1-3)
Simon Phillips Drums (track 4)
David Howells Design
John Pasche Logo
Paul Monteagle Cover art
Peter Harenberg Mastering
Lorentz Gullachsen Photography
Gered Mankowitz Photography
Alan Johnson Photography
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- Some versions of this compilation include "Epitaph" and "One for the Road".

As for the original Compilation (released on vinyl):
Tracks 1, 2 and 3 are from "Rock Rolla"
Tracks 5, 6, 7 and 8 are from "Sad Wings Of Destiny"
Track 4 was recorded during the "Sad Wings Of Destiny" sessions and is not the version from "Sin After Sin"

There also exists a German 12" vinyl-pressing that has "Gull Club Edition" printed on the backcover. "Manufactured by Intercord Ton GmbH Stuttgart (under license from Gull Records). Playable in stereo and mono."

Added by: metanix Modified by: AndrewPYL
Added on: 2005-10-28 22:46:49 Last modified on: 2017-12-10 10:58:13