Judas Priest - Rising In The East details
|Studio:||WARNER MUSIC VISION|
Judas Priest - Rising In The East
|Run time:||1 hour 50 minutes|
|Rental release:||09 Oct 2006|
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the priest are back!By a customer from Lincs , 06 Jun 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]excellent concert from one of the top heavy metal bands ever.. looking a bit old these days but nevertheless can still play just as well as they did 20 yrs ago.. pleased to see Rob back where he belongs and its good that a whole new generation of people (who were probably being born in the 80's when Priest where at their peak!) can still experience Priest live!
stangely this dvd is not yet available here at Screenselect although it has been out ages! you will have to join LoveFilm to see it!
Heavy Metal GodsBy the FOZ from Croydon, England , 21 Mar 2008I saw Judas Priest on this tour in London and was blown away by their fantastic show. They are the best british heavy metal band ever, period. Over 3 decades they've always kept up with the preferences and tastes of the modern audience. With Rob Halford reunited with the band for this album and tour it couldn't fail. If you're new to heavy metal or an old fan like me, you will enjoy this from start to finish. The sound quality is top notch, so turn it up loud!
the priest are backBy a customer from lincoln , 24 Apr 2007rob halford back with judas priest.dont exspect a load of old men these guys really rock.saw them on this tour in shefield with the scorpions.Both of these acts put some of the new metal bands to shame.Energy,enthusiasm and pure metal genious.All the clasics are here breaking the law,electric eye,metal gods and material from the new album which comes across amazing.Turn your suround up open a beer and rock to the priest.
the priest are back !!By a customer from glasgow scotland , 10 Apr 2007If you managed to catch the 2005 reunion tour with the scorpions this will bring back great memories of that.. priest & halford on top form here from the tokyo budokan - from new tracks from 'angel of retribution' album to classics hell bent for leather . living after midnight , touch of evil , painkiller & of course breaking the law - fantastic
Awesome!By a customer from Solihull England , 30 Mar 2007This is great stuff. I agree with everyone elses comments it is awesome stuff. Crank it up to 11 and make your ears bleed. This is how it should be, metal heaven, thank you God!
Come to Nottingham PriestBy Cliff from Nottingham , 28 Jan 2007First of all the sound quality is superb you just got to crank this up on your 5-1 speakers. The music is played with such perfection. Crowd look bit odd though as they do in Japan! Rob Halford looks a bit odd these days too, he mainly stands there singing all slumped over, but his performance is still excellent if not a little struggled at times. This is the full concert at nearly two hours, but great classics and new songs...how do they do it?