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Judas Priest

Judas Priest was one of the most influential heavy metal bands of the '70s, spearheading the New Wave of British Heavy Metal late in the decade. Decked out in leather and chains, the band fused the gothic doom of Black Sabbath with the riffs and speed of Led Zeppelin, as well as adding a vicious two-lead guitar attack; in doing so, they set the pace for much popular heavy metal from 1975 until 1985, as well as laying the groundwork for the speed and death metal of the '80s.

Formed in Birmingham, England, in 1970, the group's core members were guitarist K.K. Downing and bassist Ian Hill. Joined by Alan Atkins and drummer John Ellis, the band played their first concert in 1971. Atkins' previous band was called Judas Priest, yet the members decided it was the best name for the new group. The band played numerous shows throughout 1971; during the year, Ellis was replaced by Alan Moore; by the end of the year, Chris Campbell replaced Moore. After a solid year of touring the U.K., Atkins and Campbell left the band in 1973 and were replaced by vocalist Rob Halford and drummer John Hinch. They continued touring, including a visit to Germany and the Netherlands in 1974. By the time the tour was completed, they had secured a record contract with Gull, an independent U.K. label. Before recording their debut album, Judas Priest added guitarist Glenn Tipton.

Rocka Rolla was released in September of 1974 to almost no attention. The following year, they gave a well-received performance at the Reading Festival and Hinch departed the band; he was replaced by Alan Moore. Later that year, the group released Sad Wings of Destiny, which earned some positive reviews. However, the lack of sales was putting the band in a dire financial situation, which was remedied by an international contract with CBS Records. Sin After Sin (1977) was the first album released under that contract; it was recorded with Simon Phillips, who replaced Moore. The record received positive reviews and the band departed for their first American tour, with Les Binks on drums.

When they returned to England, Judas Priest recorded 1978's Stained Class, the record that established them as an international force in metal. Along with 1979's Hell Bent for Leather (Killing Machine in the U.K.), Stained Class defined the nascent New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement. A significant number of bands adopted Priest's leather-clad image and hard, driving sound, making their music harder, faster, and louder. After releasing Hell Bent for Leather, the band recorded the live album Unleashed in the East (1979) in Japan; it became their first platinum album in America. Les Binks left the band in 1979; he was replaced by former Trapeze drummer Dave Holland. Their next album, 1980's British Steel, entered the British charts at number three, launched the hit singles "Breaking the Law" and "Living After Midnight," and was their second American platinum record; Point of Entry, released the following year, was nearly as successful.

At the beginning of the '80s, Judas Priest was a top concert attraction around the world, in addition to being a best-selling recording artist. Featuring the hit single "You've Got Another Thing Comin'," Screaming for Vengeance (1982) marked the height of their popularity, peaking at number 17 in America and selling over a million copies. Two years later, Defenders of the Faith nearly matched its predecessor's performance, yet metal tastes were beginning to change, as Metallica and other speed/thrash metal groups started to grow in popularity. That shift was evident on 1986's Turbo, where Judas Priest seemed out of touch with current trends; nevertheless, the record sold over a million copies in America on the basis of name recognition alone. However, 1987's Priest...Live! was their first album since Stained Class not to go gold. Ram It Down (1988) was a return to raw metal and returned the group to gold status. Dave Holland left after this record and was replaced by Scott Travis for 1990's Painkiller. Like Ram It Down, Painkiller didn't make an impact outside the band's die-hard fans, yet the group was still a popular concert act.

In the early '90s, Rob Halford began his own thrash band, Fight, and soon left Judas Priest. In 1996, following a solo album by Glenn Tipton, the band rebounded with a new young singer, Tim "Ripper" Owens (formerly a member of a Priest tribute band and of Winter's Bane). They spent the next year recording Jugulator amongst much self-perpetuated hype concerning Priest's return to their roots. The album debuted at number 82 on the Billboard album charts upon its release in late 1997. Halford had by then disbanded Fight following a decrease in interest and signed with Trent Reznor's Nothing label with a new project, Two. In the meantime, the remaining members of Judas Priest forged on with '98 Live Meltdown, a live set recorded during their inaugural tour with Ripper on the mike. Around the same time, a movie was readying production to be based on Ripper's rags-to-riches story of how he got to front his all-time favorite band. Although Priest was originally supposed to be involved with the film, they ultimately pulled out, but production went on anyway without the band's blessing (the movie, Rock Star, was eventually released in the summer of 2001, starring Mark Wahlberg in the lead role). Rob Halford in the meantime disbanded Two after just a single album, 1997's Voyeurs, and returned back to his metal roots with a quintet simply named Halford. The group issued their debut in 2000, Resurrection, following it with a worldwide tour that saw the new group open up Iron Maiden's Brave New World U.S. tour, and issue a live set one year later (which included a healthy helping of Priest classics) -- Live Insurrection.

In 2001 the Ripper-led Priest issued a new album, Demolition, and Priest's entire back catalog for Columbia was reissued with remastered sound and bonus tracks. In 2003 the band -- including Halford -- collaborated on the liner notes and song selections for their mammoth career-encompassing box Metalogy, a collaboration that brought Halford back into the fold. Owens split from the group amicably in 2003, allowing the newly reunited heavy metal legends to plan their global live concert tour in 2004, with their sixteenth studio album, Angel of Retribution, to be released the following year. In 2008 the band released Nostradamus, a sprawling, two-disc conceptual piece that charted the life and times of the famous French seer. On December 7, 2010, Priest broke the news that their upcoming Epitaph world tour would be their last. The following month, however, they clarified that they were not disbanding, announcing that they were working on new material. Before the tour began, founding member Downing left the band over differences with the other members and their management; he was replaced by Richie Faulkner.

Priest worked on their new album during the tour, which ran until 2012. The album's release was delayed several times, but it was eventually announced that it would see the light of day in July 2014. Entitled Redeemer of Souls, it was described by the band as a traditional, crowd-pleasing return to their roots, and went on to become the group's first top ten album in the US, landing at the number six slot on the Billboard 200 chart. A lengthy tour followed, and in early 2016 the band issued the concert album/DVD/Blu Ray Battle Cry, which featured highlights from their August 1, 2015 performance at Germany’s Wacken Festival. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Redeemer Of Souls (Deluxe)

Disc 1

1. Dragonaut

2. Redeemer Of Souls

3. Halls Of Valhalla

4. Sword Of Damocles

5. March Of The Damned

6. Down In Flames

7. Hell & Back

8. Cold Blooded

9. Metalizer

10. Crossfire

11. Secrets Of The Dead

12. Battle Cry

13. Beginning Of The End

Disc 2

1. Snakebite

2. Tears Of Blood

3. Creatures

4. Bring It On

5. Never Forget

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Track List: Nostradamus

Disc 1

1. Dawn Of Creation

2. Prophecy

3. Awakening

4. Revelations

5. The Four Horseman

6. War

7. Sands Of Time

9. Death

10. Peace

11. Conquest

12. Lost Love

13. Persecution

Disc 2

1. Solitude

2. Exiled

3. Alone

4. Shadows In The Flame

5. Visions

6. Hope

7. New Beginnings

8. Calm Before The Storm

9. Nostradamus

10. Future Of Mankind

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Track List: Sad Wings Of Destiny (Explicit)

Disc 1

1. Prelude

2. Tyrant

3. Rocka Rolla

4. One For The Road

5. Victim Of Changes

6. Dying To Meet You

7. Never Satisfied

8. Dreamer Deceiver

9. Deceiver

10. Winter

11. Deep Freeze

12. Winter Retreat

13. Cheater

14. Diamonds And Rust

15. Run Of The Mill

16. Genocide

17. Caviar And Meths

Disc 2

1. One For The Road

2. Rocka Rolla

3. Winter, Deep Freeze, Winter Retreat, Cheater

4. Never Satisfied

5. Run Of The Mill

6. Dying To Meet You

7. Caviar And Meths

8. Diamonds And Rust

Disc 3

1. Victim Of Changes

2. The Ripper

3. Dreamer Deceiver

4. Deceiver

5. Prelude

6. Tyrant

7. Genocide

8. Epitaph

9. Island Of Domination

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Track List: The Essential Judas Priest

Disc 1

1. Judas Rising

2. Breaking The Law

3. Hell Bent For Leather

4. Diamonds And Rust

5. Victim Of Changes

6. Love Bites

7. Heading Out To The Highway

8. Ram It Down

9. Beyond The Realms Of Death

10. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

11. Jawbreaker

12. A Touch Of Evil

13. Delivering The Goods

14. United

15. Turbo Lover

16. Painkiller

17. Metal Gods

Disc 2

1. The Hellion

2. Electric Eye

3. Living After Midnight

4. Freewheel Burning

5. Exciter

6. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)

7. Blood Red Skies

8. Night Crawler

9. Sinner

10. Hot Rockin'

11. The Sentinel

12. Before The Dawn

13. Hell Patrol

14. The Ripper

15. Screaming For Vengeance

16. Out In The Cold

17. Revolution

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Track List: Angels Of Retribution

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Track List: Metalogy

Disc 1

1. Never Satisfied

2. Deceiver

3. Tyrant

4. Victim Of Changes (Live)

5. Diamonds And Rust (Live)

7. Sinner

9. Dissident Aggressor

10. Exciter

11. Beyond The Realms Of Death

12. Better By You, Better Than Me

13. Invader

14. Stained Class

15. The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown) (Live)

Disc 2

1. Killing Machine

2. Evening Star

3. Take On The World

4. Delivering The Goods

5. Evil Fantasies

6. Hell Bent For Leather

7. Breaking The Law (Live)

8. Living After Midnight

9. Rapid Fire

10. Metal Gods

11. Grinder (Live)

12. The Rage

13. Heading Out To The Highway

15. Troubleshooter

16. Solar Angels

17. Desert Plains

19. Screaming For Vengeance

Disc 3

1. Riding On The Wind

2. Bloodstone

3. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

4. Devil's Child

5. Freewheel Burning

6. Jawbreaker

7. The Sentinel

9. Eat Me Alive

10. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll

11. Rock Hard Ride Free

12. Night Comes Down

13. Turbo Lover

14. Private Property

15. Parental Guidance

16. Out In The Cold

Disc 4

1. Ram It Down

2. Heavy Metal

3. Come And Get It

4. Blood Red Skies

5. Painkiller

6. Between The Hammer & The Anvil

7. A Touch Of Evil

8. Metal Meltdown

9. Night Crawler

10. All Guns Blazing

13. Machine Man

14. Feed On Me

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Track List: Demolition

1. Machine Man

2. One On One

3. Hell Is Home

4. Jeckyll And Hyde

5. Close To You

6. Devil Digger

7. Bloodsuckers

8. In Between

9. Feed On Me

10. Subterfuge

11. Lost And Found

12. Cyberface

13. Metal Messiah

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Track List: Metal Works '73-'93

Disc 1

1. The Hellion

2. Electric Eye

3. Victim Of Changes

4. Painkiller

5. Eat Me Alive

6. Devil's Child

7. Dissident Aggressor

8. Delivering The Goods

9. Exciter

10. Breaking The Law

11. Hell Bent For Leather

12. Blood Red Skies

13. Metal Gods

14. Before The Dawn

15. Turbo Lover

16. Ram It Down

17. Metal Meltdown

Disc 2

1. Screaming For Vengeance

2. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

3. Beyond The Realms Of Death

4. Solar Angels

5. Bloodstone

6. Desert Plains

7. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days

8. Heading Out To The Highway

9. Living After Midnight

10. A Touch Of Evil

11. The Rage

12. Night Comes Down

13. Sinner

14. Freewheel Burning

15. Night Crawler

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Track List: Painkiller [The Re-Masters]

1. Painkiller

2. Hell Patrol

3. All Guns Blazing

4. Leather Rebel

5. Metal Meltdown

6. Night Crawler

7. Between The Hammer & The Anvil

8. A Touch Of Evil

9. Battle Hymn

10. One Shot At Glory

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Track List: Ram It Down (The Re-Masters)

1. Ram It Down

2. Heavy Metal

3. Love Zone

4. Come And Get It

5. Hard As Iron

6. Blood Red Skies

7. I'm A Rocker

9. Love You To Death

10. Monsters Of Rock

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Track List: Turbo

1. Turbo Lover

2. Locked In

3. Private property

4. Parental Guidance

5. Rock You All Around The World

6. Out In The Cold

7. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days

8. Hot For Love

9. Reckless

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Track List: Defenders Of The Faith (30th Anniversary Edition) (Remastered)

Disc 1

1. Freewheel Burning

2. Jawbreaker

3. Rock Hard Ride Free

4. The Sentinel

5. Love Bites

6. Eat Me Alive

7. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll

8. Night Come Down

9. Heavy Duty

10. Defenders Of The Faith

Disc 2

1. Love Bites (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

2. Jawbreaker (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

3. Grinder (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

4. Metal Gods (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

5. Breaking The Law (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

6. Sinner (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

7. Desert Plains (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

8. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

9. The Sentinel (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

10. Rock Hard Ride Free (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

Disc 3

1. Night Comes Down (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

2. The Hellion (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

3. Electric Eye (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

4. Heavy Duty (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

5. Defenders Of The Faith (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

6. Freewheel Burning (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

7. Victim Of Changes (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

8. The Green Manalishi (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

9. Living After Midnight (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

10. Hell Bent For Leather (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

11. You've Got Another Thing Comin' (Live At Long Beach Arena, 1984)

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Track List: Defenders Of The Faith

1. Freewheel Burning

2. Jawbreaker

3. Rock Hard Ride Free

4. The Sentinel

5. Love Bites

6. Eat Me Alive

7. Some Heads Are Gonna Roll

8. Night Comes Down

9. Heavy Duty

10. Defenders Of The Faith

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Track List: Screaming For Vengeance

1. The Hellion

2. Electric Eye

3. Riding On The Wind

4. Bloodstone

5. (Take These) Chains

6. Pain And Pleasure

7. Screaming For Vengeance

8. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

9. Fever

10. Devil's Child

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Track List: Point Of Entry

1. Heading Out To The highway

2. Don't Go

3. Hot Rockin'

4. Turning Circles

5. Desert Plains

6. Solar Angels

7. You Say Yes

8. All The Way

9. Troubleshooter

10. On The Run

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Track List: British Steel

1. Rapid Fire

2. Metal Gods

3. Breaking The Law

4. Grinder

5. United

6. You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise

7. Living After Midnight

8. The Rage

9. Steeler

10. Red, White & Blue

11. Grinder (Live)

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Track List: Unleashed In The East

2. Running Wild (Live)

4. The Ripper (Live)

5. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) (Live)

6. Diamonds And Rust (Live)

7. Victim Of Changes (Live)

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Track List: Hell Bent For Leather

1. Delivering The Goods

2. Rock Forever

3. Evening Star

4. Hell Bent For Leather

5. Take On The World

6. Burnin' Up

7. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)

8. Killing Machine

9. Running Wild

10. Before The Dawn

11. Evil Fantasies

12. Fight For Your Life

13. Riding In The Wind (Live)

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Track List: Stained Class

1. Exciter

2. White Heat, Red Hot

3. Better By You, Better Than Me

4. Stained Class

5. Invader

6. Saints In Hell

7. Savage

8. Beyond The Realms Of Death

9. Heroes End

10. Fire Burns Below

11. Better By Your, Better Than Me (Live)

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Track List: Killing Machine

1. Delivering The Goods

2. Rock Forever

3. Evening Star

4. Hell Bent For Leather

5. Take On The World

6. Burnin' Up

7. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)

8. Killing Machine

9. Running Wild

10. Before The Dawn

11. Evil Fantasies

12. Fight For Your Life

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Track List: Sad Wings Of Destiny

1. Victim Of Changes

2. The Ripper

3. Dreamer Deceiver

4. Deceiver

5. Prelude

6. Tyrant

7. Genocide

8. Epitaph

9. Island Of Domination

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Track List: Battle Cry (Live)

1. (Intro) Battle Cry (Live From Battle Cry)

2. Dragonaut (Live From Battle Cry)

3. Metal Gods (Live From Battle Cry)

4. Devil's Child (Live From Battle Cry)

5. Victim Of Changes (Live From Battle Cry)

6. Halls Of Valhalla (Live From Battle Cry)

7. Redeemer Of Souls (Live From Battle Cry)

8. Beyond The Realms Of Death (Live From Battle Cry)

9. Jawbreaker (Live From Battle Cry)

10. Breaking The Law (Live From Battle Cry)

11. Hell Bent For Leather (Live From Battle Cry)

12. The Hellion (Live From Battle Cry)

13. Electric Eye (Live From Battle Cry)

14. You've Got Another Thing Coming (Live From Battle Cry)

15. Painkiller (Live From Battle Cry)

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Hey a**hole jfoe251,, who the f**k u think created true Metal in the early 70s?? U don't like the fact that Rob Halford is an always will b the f**kin Metal God, Godfather Of Metal, the list goes on. Also he's coming out with ANOTHER F**KIN ALBUM DICKHEAD. Ur opinion don't matter on this f**kin page,. Go back 2 John Mellencamp. Dick.. ROCK ON EVERYONE WITH THE GODFATHER OF METAL
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Rock Hard Ride Free,,, Another Classic from The Godfather Of Metal.... @jamieb12871 Breaking The Law was off British Steel...not Screaming 4 Vengeance . Sry 4 correcting ya. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRETT, AN ME,, THIS ONE'S 4 US, AN U 2 KK MY FRIEND... ROCK ON EVERYONE WITH THE GODFATHER OF METAL SCREAMING ATCHA
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As I remember your eyes were bluer then robins eggs my poetry was lousy you said where are you calling me from a booth in the Midwest
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Love Judas Priest. Aside from the small selection of Priest on the radio, it was really when I heard Death play Painkiller, and Skid Row playing Deliver the Goods that got me hooked.
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Love Judas Priest. Aside from the small selection of Priest on the radio, it was really when I heard Death play Painkiller, and Skid Row playing Deliver the Goods got me hooked.
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The funny thing here is Halford is yet another liberal down with the liberals and Muzzies. These Muzzies... They would toss him off of the nearest and highest roof just like they do to the other poofters
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There's a reason why we only see the back of Robbie Halford`s head.
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JUDAS PRIEST SAY MO MORE
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Favorite album is still Unleashed in the east
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Like how they brought out the vocals
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Damn right Troy!!!
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F**k you jfoe251 good music is good music
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All of you knuckle heads consider Halford a God. There are NO Peter Poofter Gods. Nope, not a single one
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Funny that we only see the back of Halford`s head....
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tewscouts
Another great one Turbo Lover love it
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tewscouts
I love Judas Priest what a great band and Rob Holford vocals are awesome. Seen them in 83 great concert
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"Stained Class" ! Great Lp !
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Dear Pandora... Please combine The Hellion and Electric Eye. They are meant to be together.
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Judas priest saved my life
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My Lazers trace everything u do,,,, simply Bad f**kin a** jam here... Btw Priest is the Metal God an will always b not just one of em but the only one in my opinion.. Happy Fourth of July ppl... ROCK ON EVERYONE WITH THE GODFATHER OF METAL SCREAMING ATCHA
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Duh! The tattoo on my shoulder looks similar to the cover art of screaming for vengeance. I can be a bit slow, lol
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Easily one if not greatest Heavy Metal Bands of all time! Always Breaking The Law!!!!
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mysteriousst r a n g e r s 8 6
❤❤❤❤❤
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April knows what she's talking about, hit the nail on the head!

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Up Here in space. I'm looking down on u. My lazers trace everything u do.. HELLION /ELECTRIC EYE MY ABSOLUTE ALL TIME FAVE PRIEST SONG.. Told ya Cary that Pandora had it.. Alot of ppl don't hear it.. Husker, kk, my friends this one's 4 u 2... ROCK ON EVERYONE WITH THE GODFATHER OF METAL SCREAMING ATCHA
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WOW I never new
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jamieb12871
The ripper(Live)
...1st favorite song
...on 1st album(casset t e )
I ever heard them...
Summer '84
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UNLEASHED IN THE EAST...
1ST LISTEN
STILL MY FAVE
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jamieb12871
ROCK U ALL AROUND THE WORLD
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Better By You, Better Than Me,,, now ppl this is a classic Priest tune.... Way back in the day... Nobody does it like THE GODFATHER OF METAL.... F**kin Fact.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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I've Been a Big Priest Fan Since
1980 When I First Heard British
Steel ~ Livin After Midnight
\,,/ \,,/ Priest Rules ----€
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This is British metal at its finest, from the British steel album by Judas Priest 1980. @ that's when I bought this album when it came out that year. Grinder, this just kicks a**, this whole album is totally awesome, by the priest! Judas Priest, heavy metal at its finest! Rock on!
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That's what he gets,I guess? I thought he was running for president of the United States of America?even though,we speak English.
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Top 5 heavy metal all time, Priest rules
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Awesome Jam by the priest. Running wild, one of my favorites by them from the hell bent for leather album. Judas Priest rules! Kickass album, and this song rocks! Rock on!
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I really like.
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Worship the Horned Beast and feast on the flesh of the innocent. Drive the weak before you as you wreak havoc upon the land and sky. The ashes of the old gods will choke the wretched survivors as we march towards our inevitable decent in to the abyss. The endless void will welcome you and transform your earthly core to darkness. Hear the cloven hooves clatter amongst the bones to the cacophony of our coming.
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I was 15 when I decided I was supposed to marry Glenn Tipton. What the f**k happened?
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I agree
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jamieb12871
Hell yeah...
Its a Priest kinda day
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jamieb12871
DIAMONDS & RUST
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Parental Guidance,, Pandora is out doing themselves this wknd playing alot of The Godfather Of Metal on this Memorial Day weekend.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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dm KmMI jnuj u b6
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Caviar And Meths,,, THE GODFATHER OF METAL nuff said.. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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DIOCANCERFUN D . o r g
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The green manalishi, Judas Priest live 1979. the song and this album just rock balls!! @ I learned a lot of songs on my guitar from this album. What a phenomenal rock and roll live album. It just kicks a** people. Judas priest rules! Rock on!
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SOME HEADS R GONNA ROLLLLLLL!""
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This singer is my friends dad / Maine USA
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R O C K. H A R D.
R I D E. F R E E.
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Wow. .breaking the law on vh1 classic...YH E S C C R R E E E A M M I I N N G
.VENGEANCE
...VVVENNGGE E A N N C E
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Fing strait the metal takes us all from the past into the future.that is the way it is.fing awesome.enjo y it i do.crank it up.....
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