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     "I think it’s natural that a band tries to reach new fans and keep the 'old' ones in the back of the head. That’s not really fair, but it’s human. We learned from errors. We know exactly who the real fans are and we don’t want to disappoint them."
- K.K. Downing, Rock Hard magazine, 2003

     "I guess you just get used to yourself getting older. I never really have to look at the old stuff or listen to any of the older albums. I just try to focus on the future. When we did the remastering, I did spend a lot of time listening to the older stuff - it was great. Even though we play a lot of the older stuff on stage, there are still a lot of numbers that I had overlooked and almost forgotten about. But after you’ve written it, recorded it and played it around the world for thirty years… I do feel comfortable playing those songs on stage, though. You know, I do listen to them, but not very often. I’ve just always been someone who focuses on the future.
- Glenn Tipton, KNAC.com, Sept. 10, 2002

     "The sets are getting so nostalgic, I think we're one step away from Vegas. In a few years, I could easily see myself there in one of those silver suits with all the sequins, playing all our hits."
- K.K. Downing, Revolver, September 2003

Well... Ripper did wear a silver mirrored jacket...

But for Christmas 2001, Judas Priest pulled out all the stops and did a special extended set at London's Brixton Academy on December 19 for the filming of their first live video! Several numbers were dusted off and performed for the first time in many years, such as "Running Wild", "United" and "Turbo Lover", as well as new songs "Hell Is Home" and "Feed On Me" from the latest album.


Judas Priest L-R:
K.K. Downing: Lead Guitars
Scott Travis: Drums
Ripper Owens: Lead Vocals
Glenn Tipton: Lead Guitars
Ian Hill: Bass Guitar

Management: Bill Curbishley
Personal Assistant/Co-ordination: Jayne Andrews


Metal Gods Heading Out To The Highway
Grinder Touch Of Evil
Blood Stained Victim Of Changes
The Sentinel One On One
Running Wild Ripper
Diamonds & Rust Feed On Me
Green Manalishi Beyond The Realms Of Death
Burn In Hell Hell Is Home
Breaking The Law Desert Plains
You've Got Another Thing Coming
Turbo Lover
Hellion/Electric Eye
Living After Midnight Hell Bent For Leather

  • Released January 20, 2003 by Priest Music Ltd, under license by Steamhammer/SPV (GERM Cat. # SPV092-74262)

Engineer: Will Shapland
Recorded on the Sanctuary Mobile at the Brixton Academy, London, England on December 19, 2001
Mixed by Sean Lynch at Sphere Studios, London, England
Mix engineer: Ricky Graham
Mastered at The Townhouse with Tim Burrell

     "Normally you don’t have a mobile sound studio with you at sound check, so the sound is going to be clear. Everything technical was taken care of beforehand. Everything was played exactly as you hear it."
- Glenn Tipton, KNAC.com, September 10, 2002

Many fans were confused and even upset that Judas Priest would release another double live album with only one studio album between the last live album, but management co-ordinator Jayne Andrews explains:

     "We released the LIVE IN LONDON DVD and it was at the record company's (SPV) request that we release the audio as a live CD."
- Jayne Andrews, The Metal's Den, March 11, 2003


  • Released July 23, 2002 by Priest Music Ltd, under license by Steamhammer/SPV (US Cat. # SPV554-74267 NTSC) and July 29, 2002 by Steamhammer/SPV (UK Cat. # SPV 089-74269 PAL)


Design and artwork: L-Space Design
Photography by George Chin

Steel & Leather Productions, U.S.A.