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Sin After Sin is Judas Priest's third album and would continue the band's momentum to becoming one of the very best British metal bands. Although the high points on their previous album, Sad Wings of Destiny, are a little higher than those on Sin After Sin, the latter is the more consistent and focused album.
Downing during the second verse is still a joy to listen to as is the breakdown after the solo where Halford's vocals soar. Then they cover folk singer Joan Baez's "Diamonds and Rust" and actually make it their own. The other ballad "Here Come the Tears" isn't so good and while the heavier "Raw Deal" rocks, it goes on too long. The mighty Slayer redid it on their South of Heaven album and even they couldn't touch the original.
All told, Sin after Sin is a strong and somewhat forgotten metal album since it was released right before their first classic in Stained Class as well as they'd breakthrough in the States. I used to own this record back in November Just recently, I ordered this album from Amazon in a CD format. This is a cover of a song orig. I love this song, very much. I've always liked this one. It didn't seem to familiar to me, even when I used to own the record Not quite sure if the song was "Deceiver" or maybe "Isle Of Domination".
Bonus Tracks 9. This song wasn't written by Judas Priest, either. However, I do like this song, it's pretty good. Live In Concert This CD is most definitely recommended. Judas Priest is the best metal band in the world! But until the late 70s they were a dark, moody hard rock band before they were the "Metal Gods" we all know. This still means that their early work is worth listening to but it isn't the most original that Priest have been. It is an essential record, however, for any metal fan however, especially the songs "Sinner" and "Dissident Aggressor" The latter IMO being the first thrash metal song ever written!!
A personal favorite however is the sublime cover of Joan Baez's "Diamonds and Rust,". I just don't get the reviewers here who claim to love Sad Wings and Stained Class but then give this album only 3 stars?!?! To me, Sin After Sin is a perfect link between those two albums and I cannot see how you could love those and not this. I guess everyone is entitled to his opinion, but I felt compelled to post a review counter to those 3-star reviews.
I began listening to Priest in the 80s and I was not exposed to their music from the 70s with the exception of a few of the most radio-played songs until many years later. It's too bad, but like many of my age, Judas Priest was just Screaming For Vengeance and Defenders and I didn't really want anything to do with "their old stuff from the 70s"!
What a shame, huh? Well, the good news is that I did finally come around to listen to the early stuff and, when I did, I found that it was my favorite era of Priest material. Priest of the 70s, and Rob's vocals particularly, show so much range! They were young and they took real chances with their music. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Having released already two brilliant albums, Judas Priest came out with Sn After Sin in , which shows them moving into new territory and starting to define the sound of what was going to become the New Wave of British Heavy Metal some two years later.
Some songs have still a very progressive influence such as the ballad Last Rose of Summer or Starbreaker, and this is not a bad thing: they are amazing songs. Songs like Dissident Aggressor are the perfect example of this transition, in all of its raw energy They really know how to take a song and give it their own flavour when covering them Diamonds and Rust is just pure magic in their rock version, without losing any of its original feeling of deception.
This album is, on top of everything, the one where the vocal range of Rob Halford can be better appreciated, from the mild harmonies of Here Comes the Tears or Last Rose of Summer to the intensity on Dissident Agressor or Starbreaker. Only for this alone, it is well worth buying it. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote.
Please try again. Classic priest album notice i said album that ages me. Bought this on vinyl in '77 when it first came out.