Thin Lizzy’s “Do Anything You Want To” is on the band’s 1979 album, Black Rose. This video features the late Phil Lynott and Gary Moore. The clip is definitely worth another look. Check it out!
Greatest Hits collections can be a dime a dozen. All of the big hard rock acts have them, and bands like Poison, have several of them. What separates Judas Priest’s The Chosen Few from the rest? Judas Priest had some of the biggest names in rock select the songs for this 17 song compilation. The songs on this collection were picked out by Alice Cooper, Slash, David Coverdale, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Joe Elliott, Lemmy, Zakk Wylde and more. Not only will you find some of the biggest hits from Judas Priest, but you will also find deeper cuts like “Dissident Aggressor”, “Delivering The Goods” and “The Sentinel”. There are some tracks that got left out that I would have included. Tracks like “Freewheel Burning”, and “Electric Eye” are obviously missing, but the core of Judas Priest’s best tunes are all represented here.
If you are a casual fan of Judas Priest, and don’t own their entire catalog of music (like me), The Chosen Few offers fans a great collection of Judas Priest’s music. At less than a buck a song, The Chosen Few is definitely a greatest hits collection worth owning.
You can pick up a copy of The Chosen Few at this link.
Rating: Out of 10
- Diamonds And Rust (Chosen by Joe Elliott)
- Dissident Aggressor (Chosen by Accept)
- Exciter (Chosen by Accept)
- Beyond The Realms Of Death (Chosen by Lars Ulrich)
- Delivering The Goods (Chosen by Kerry King)
- The Green Manalishi (Chosen by David Coverdale and Randy Blythe)
- The Ripper (Chosen by Ozzy Osbourne)
- Victim Of Changes (Chosen by James Hetfield)
- Breaking The Law (Chosen By Lemmy)
- Rapid Fire (Chosen by Vinnie Paul)
- Grinder (Chosen by Zakk Wylde)
- Living After Midnight (Chosen by Alice Cooper & Geezer Butler)
- Screaming For Vengeance (Chosen by Slash)
- You’ve Got Another Thing Coming (Chosen by Klaus Meine & Corey Taylor)
- The Sentinel (Chosen by Chris Jericho)
- Turbo Lover (Chosen by Jonathan Davis)
- Painkiller (Chosen by Joe Satriani)