The Remasters – Judas Priest

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Album The Remasters by the band Judas Priest
Album The Remasters by the band Judas Priest

The Remasters is a series of albums by the British heavy metal band Judas Priest, released in 2001 and 2002. The albums are remastered versions of their original releases, with enhanced sound quality and bonus tracks. The Remasters cover the band’s most successful and influential period, from 1977’s Sin After Sin to 1988’s Ram It Down. The albums showcase the band’s evolution from a blues-rock influenced hard rock act to a pioneering force in heavy metal, with elements of speed metal, thrash metal, and glam metal. The Remasters also feature some of the band’s most iconic songs, such as “Breaking the Law”, “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin'”, “Painkiller”, and “Turbo Lover”. The Remasters are a must-have for any fan of Judas Priest or heavy metal in general, as they offer a comprehensive and definitive collection of the band’s classic albums.

The Remasters is considered to be one of Judas Priest’s most important albums. It is a definitive collection of the band’s best work and a must-have for any fan of heavy metal.

 The personnel of the albums vary depending on the original release date, but the main members are:

– Rob Halford: Vocals
– Glenn Tipton: Guitars
– K.K. Downing: Guitars
– Ian Hill: Bass guitars
– Scott Travis: Drums (on some albums)

Source: Wikipedia

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