33. Judas Priest
What can you say about Judas Priest, that hasn't already been said a million times? They are one of the essential heavy metal bands and Rob Halford is one of the greatest heavy metal singers of all time, along with Ronnie James Dio and Bruce Dickinson.
That said, I do like some of their stuff they did while Halford was gone and pursuing his solo career. Ripper was a nice substitute for Halford and actually did better job than let's say, Blaze Bayley did fronting Iron Maiden during Dickinson's solo years.
British Steel is of course a classic album, such as Screaming for Vengeance and/or Painkiller. Even Redeemer of Souls, their latest album has a few killer tracks, even though guitarist K. …