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Ram It Down album for sale by Judas Priest was released Mar 19, 2002 on the Sony Music label. Judas Priest attempted to take the mainstream rock world by storm with 1986's TURBO, with its melodic tendencies and polished production. It performed respectably on the charts but wasn't the big crossover smash the band had hoped for.1988's RAM IT DOWN proves that the real Priest was always lurking just under that high-gloss rock sheen. Resuming the band's previous straight-ahead heavy metal direction, RAM IT DOWN is not as lethal-sounding as its follow-up, 1990's PAINKILLER, and it has one or two relapses into pop-metal territory, including a cover of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Ram It Down CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||I liked this album|
all songs in this album are great except for Johnny B Goode which shoulda been left back in 1956 where it belongs it was a great song for Chuck Berry but not for Judas Priest I mean come on Halford doin a 50's classic is like Chuck Berry doin Painkiller.with all that said I gave it 4 stars other than that I liked the album
By Ruben (Metal Warrior) (Hugoton Kansas)
||We metal maniacs begin to rave!|
This is a true metalhead's CD. As soon as you let the first track rip you know its going to be a good one. I only gave it 4 stars because of songs like Love Zone which arent all that good for Priest but pretty good songs overall. Ram It Down, Come And Get It, Had As Iron, Blood Red Skies, Monsters Of Rock...they all rip flesh and ass. Check out the cover of Johny B. Good, Priest really knows how to put their styal into things.
By williamje2002 (San Antonio, TX)
||Judas Priest at their best|
The only Judas Priest CD better is Defenders of the Faith. If you want a Judas Priest CD that every song is excellent, this is it.
By gavtroid70 (Glencoe,Al, USA)
||Hit and Miss|
Overall this is a solid priest album but lacks the intensity of painkiller or the groove of point of entry. It is defiantly the weak link of the priest albums but its still great! It still destroys all nu metal and the fakes! Best songs are Come And Get It, Heavy Metal, and Hard As Iron.
By arealmetalhead (hellitself)
||hard to believe this came after 'turbo'|
this is the real JP. just a hint of things to come. (painkiller!)
By punky79 (pittsburgh, pa)
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Ram It Down songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2964783|
|Release Date||Mar 19, 2002|
|Producer||Henrik Nilsson; Glenn Tipton; K.K. Downing; Tom Allom|
|Engineer||Henrik Nilsson; Bill Dooley|
|Recording Time||58 minutes|
|Personnel||Rob Halford - vocals|
Dave Holland - drums
Ian Hill - bass
K.K. Downing - guitar