British Steel review by Judas Priest

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  • Released: Apr 14, 1980
  • Sound: 10
  • Lyrics: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 8.6 (36 votes)
Judas Priest: British Steel

Sound — 10
The style of the album is great is so different in comparation with other albums of the same time, the albums it's awesome, maybe compared with the previous albums this is the best, beacuse not only change the sound and the creativity of your career, aslo change the heavy metal music it's the greats albums of all time, this album has inspired many people and that is the reason to say, how great is this album.

Lyrics — 10
The way to see the World is very awesomee, Those lyrics epitomize Heavy Metal attitude. In this album is clear that judas priest had searched something special to make a masterpiece, they created anthems like "Breaking the law", "Living after midnight ""Rapid fire" that have lasted to many, many years The pronuciation is fastastic the lirics and the music is a couple of elements to create one of the best metal albums, at that time rob halford was young and he had a powerfull voice that maked a style of sing for the next generation of heavy metal singers.

Overall Impression — 10
This albums is incomparable I don't saying that this albums is the best only but this albums is unique in its kind. Is very difficult to decide "what is the best song? But y only say that all record is awesome. British Steel was a greats succes of judas priest However, what always matter the most was the music and that is the reason to believe that british steel don't have bad points. Is there really a better Heavy Metal record, ever? Well, I'm not sure, but it's worthy of debate.

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    Breaking the Law: One of the worst heavy metal songs ever. Why do all the simple songs (like Breaking the Law, I Was Made for Loving You, Enter Sandman...) become the artists' best known songs? Why do people like the most boring songs?