The Best of Judas Priest: Living After Midnight

The Best Of Judas Priest: Living After Midnight is a compilation album of Judas Priest's hits, dating from their 1979 album Killing Machine (Hell Bent for Leather in the United States) through 1990's Painkiller. This album was released in 1997.

In the booklet, the band lists its entire Sony/Columbia discography. As a result, tracks from Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny are not featured, having been recorded for Gull Records and for which the band no longer owned the copyright.

In 2002 Sony made a reissue with 18 songs and a different tracklist.

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