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Reflections - 50 Heavy Metal Years of Music
Artist: Judas Priest
Format: CD

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Label: SONY LEGACY
Rel. Date: 10/15/2021
UPC: 194398917924

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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 
5. All Guns Blazing 
6. Never The Heroes 
7. Dissident Aggressor (Live) 
8. Out in the Cold (Live) 
9. Judas Priest - Running Wild (Live) 
10. Victim Of Changes (Live)  (May 09, 1978 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre)
11. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown) (Live)  (Point of Entry ‘Worldwide Blitz’ Tour -
12. Bloodstone (Live) (Screaming For Vengeance World Vengeance Tour - Live in Atlanta, GA - December 11, 1982 - The Omn
13. The Ripper (Live)  (Irvine, CA - July 12, 1991 - Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre)
14. Beyond the Realms of Death (Live) (Killing Machine/Hell Bent For Leather Tour - Live In New York, NY - March 11, 19
15. The Hellion / Electric Eye (Live) (Turbo ‘Fuel For Life’ Tour - Live In Houston, TX - June 21, 1986 - T
16. Sinner (Live) (Ram It Down ‘Mercenaries Of Metal’ Tour - Live In New Haven, CT - August 7, 1988 - New H

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Heavy metal legends Judas Priest mark an incredible 50 year career with Reflections – 50 Heavy Metal Years Of Music. A new collection of 16 tracks including remastered studio recordings and 7 previously unreleased live cuts from the band’s archive.

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