British Steel - Judas Priest

British Steel

Judas Priest

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1992-10-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2001 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd..


Title Artist Time
Rapid Fire Judas Priest 4:08
Metal Gods Judas Priest 3:58
Breaking the Law Judas Priest 2:33
Grinder Judas Priest 3:57
United Judas Priest 3:35
You Don't Have to Be Old to Be Judas Priest 5:03
Living After Midnight Judas Priest 3:30
The Rage Judas Priest 4:44
Steeler Judas Priest 4:29
Red, White & Blue Judas Priest 3:42
Grinder Judas Priest 4:49


  • Incredible

    By tjconway11
    Just a great metal album.
  • Wuff!

    By Reckia6
    British Steel isn't my favorite Judas Priest album but I do think it's one of their best and I can easily see why it's other people's favorite. Great simple but powerful and catchy songs and with the addition of drummer Dave Holland, Judas Priest now had their tightest rhythm section. This album and Point Of Entry are the only albums where Ian Hill's bass is audible. My favorite songs are Rapid Fire (love the drumming on this one), the anthem United, Living After Midnight and Steeler. I particularly love the ending of Steeler, with the band jamming over a two chord riff. A perfect ending to the album. What stops me from giving it five stars is the song Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise, and the fact that I still prefer their early progressive metal albums. And I could really do w/out the bonus track Red White and Blue, which has nothing to do lyrically with the other songs and would have made a better bonus track on Defenders, Turbo or Ram it Down your nostrils.
  • One of the greatest

    By boxertager
    One of the greatest rock albums ever! I love this band!
  • Love this album

    By Joann_Prizon
    This is one of the best metal albums. This is on constant rotation in my car.
  • A must for any metalhead!

    By TwinkleStarchild666
    This album, along with Metallica's 'Master of Puppets", Iron Maiden's 'Number of the Beast" and Pantera's 'Cowboys from Hell', is one of the 4 albums any lover of heavy metal MUST listen to before they die. Crunchy riffs and hard rockin' tunes from start to finish- what's not to love?? Best tracks: Breaking the Law, Living After Midnight, Metal Gods, United
  • Best Priest Studio Record

    By steviegjdphd
    Call it simple if you like. When this album came out it was the best heavy metal studio record of its time. AC/DC's Back in Black hit near the same time and these two records were awesome at a time there wasn't alot of awesone. Sabbath was in hiatus. Zep was done. This filled a void and was amazing at its time. While Priest is still better in its live albums, this was their peak in the studio.
  • Rage

    By Tigerhiker
    TheRage: The best Judas Priest song, ever: The opening riff, the solos, and Rob Haford never sounded more menacing than on this song. It also is on one of the truely great heavy metal albums of all time. BUY IT!
  • Vintage Preist

    By LuvFantasy
    This is arguably their Some of their best work. Even some of the more commercially over played tracks (LAMidnight, Breaking the Law) are decent but the real gems are tracks like Steeler, Rapid Fire and the Rage. A must have in your Priest rotation.
  • one of the best metal albums ever.

    By Ofwgktadfagllbblsbfn
    that's all to say.

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