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  • Brad
    November 20, 2022
    I tell u what, this box set is the best set to ever come out, and if u are a priest fan, everyone should have this in there collection. The live cds KICK ASS.
  • Michael Pataky
    December 18, 2021
    What happened to "Tyrant" from the 1978 Cleveland Agora Show? It is the only song from that show that has not been officially released now that Ripper and Genocide were included on CD 41.
  • Nick Stoll
    December 8, 2021
    Amazing set. I'm a completist and appreciated some of the effort they put in this with the numbered 'blades' and the signed photos. I absolutely lost my sh*t when I heard the Mudd Club show, '88 New Haven (peak Rob Halford mindf*ck vocal performance and Dave Holland's last stand), and '91 Irvine (very awesome - wow Scott Travis) was on here. The live shows DO SOUND BETTER than what you find on bootlegs and YouTube since Tom Allom gave them a polish/mastering. They could have put those three live albums in a wet paper bag and I'd pay $500.00 I only didn't go to 5 stars because of the following: *CD Wallets are used for everything and at least 1 wallet has an incorrect track listing. Get the listings right. Jewel cases and full artwork I know would've boosted the price because of materials but, again, I would have paid for that. *The aforementioned mastering/volume stuff and absence of bonus tracks from the remasters. What? I don't have 'Living Bad Dreams', 'Thunder Road', or 'All Fired Up'? \m/ JP \m/
  • Russ Lewis
    November 13, 2021
    Stellar packaging & book...and I love the Abbey Road remastering... everything sounds great. 5 stars....
  • John Sutphen
    November 11, 2021
    I bought this to have the full discography newly remastered. Unfortunately the volume levels are all over the place. Not only are they different from album to album (Sad Wings was louder than Rocka Rolla, then Sin After Sin was quieter than Rocka Rolla) but some songs are much louder the other songs within the same album. It's like that all the way up until Angel Of Retribution. I'm gonna stick with the 2001 remasters of the classics.