Judas Priest - To Release UK Singles Collection


At the start of their final world tour, Judas Priest and Sony Music are proud to announce the release, for the first time ever, of their complete UK/CBS singles. Single Cuts is testament to Priest's enduring influence and through the singles, tells the story of one of the biggest metal bands of all time.

Presented in a deluxe, numbered box, Single Cuts boasts a massive 52 tracks across 20 CD's, featuring original singles artwork and labels plus booklet including sleevenotes and photos. Will only cost you a mere £59.99/69.99/US $99 (delivery included).




Single Cuts tracklist:

1977:
01. Diamonds And Rust
02. Dissident Aggressor

1978:
01. Better By You, Better By Me
02. Invader

1978:
01. Evening Star
02. Starbreaker

1978:
01. Before The Dawn
02. Rock Forever

1979:
01. Take On The World
02. Starbreaker [live]
03. White Heat Red Hot [live]

1979:
01. Evening Star
02. Beyond The Realms Of Death
03. The Green Manalishi

1980:
01. Living After Midnight
02. Delivering The Goods [live]
03. Evil Fantasies [live]

1980:
01. Breaking The Law
02. Metal Gods

1980:
01. United
02. Grinder

1981:
01. Don't Go
02. Solar Angels

1981:
01. Hot Rockin' 3:03
02. Breaking The Law [live]
03. Steeler
04. You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise

1982:
01. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
02. Exciter [live]

1982:
01. (Take These) Chains
02. Judas Priest Audio File

1984
01. Freewheel Burning
02. Breaking The Law [live]
03. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

1984:
01. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
02. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)
03. Jawbreaker

1986:
01. Turbo Lover
02. Hot For Love

1986:
01. Locked In
02. Reckless
03. Desert Plains [live]
04. Freewheel Burning [live]

1990:
01. Painkiller
02. United
03. Better By You, Better Than Me

1991:
01. A Touch Of Evil
02. Between The Hammer And The Anvil
03. You've Got Another Thing Comin' [live]

1992:
01. Night Crawler
02. Breaking The Law
03. Living After Midnight

Source: judaspriest.com
Band profile: Judas Priest
 
Posted: 08.06.2011 by Array


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08.06.2011 - 16:48
fabregassed
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*cough* Cash Grab *cough* Cash grab.
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08.06.2011 - 16:48
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Me likes the box.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
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08.06.2011 - 17:15
Baz Anderson
I might see the point if there were b-sides we hadn't heard before, like the Helloween singles box I have... but this is a little pointless.
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08.06.2011 - 17:42
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Now, if they had released it as a vinyl 7" boxset I would find it interesting
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08.06.2011 - 21:06
Valentin B
Iconoclast
That's a really goddamned badass box design they have there. But it's quite clear this is released by the record company just to squeeze some more cash out of their upcoming world tour.
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08.06.2011 - 22:20
Xim
Rocker of Worlds
You know, this would actually be great for somebody who doesn't own any physical JP material. But it does seem like a big cash grab... But that's such an awesome box set...
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08.06.2011 - 22:34
Doc Godin
Full Grown Hoser
So basically the take a compilation that could easily fit on 2 discs which people could buy for $15, but instead spread it out over 20 discs, and sell it for $100? Is there any logical reasoning behind putting 2 tracks per disc? Especially when there's no b-sides, outtakes, demo tracks etc. Just stuff we've already heard?

I'm all for fancy boxsets, but this is a huge waste.
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08.06.2011 - 23:20
Void_Eater
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A mere $100? That's more than I make in a month!
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10.06.2011 - 01:27
Black Conundrum
Written by Doc Godin on 08.06.2011 at 22:34

So basically the take a compilation that could easily fit on 2 discs which people could buy for $15, but instead spread it out over 20 discs, and sell it for $100? Is there any logical reasoning behind putting 2 tracks per disc? Especially when there's no b-sides, outtakes, demo tracks etc. Just stuff we've already heard?

I'm all for fancy boxsets, but this is a huge waste.


Yeah, I have the same thoughts. It is less than logical to spread out 52 tracks over 20 albums. That is unless the songs are really long (like consistently 20-40 minutes long or so), which, considering the style and methods of Judas Priest, is highly doubtful. This band is not known for having extremely long songs.
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