1. The vinyl version of this early Priest compilation. Interesting how "Hot Rockin'" appears, but Les Binks (drummer) is still pictured with the band on this one. ("Hot Rockin'" is on the "Point of Entry" album with Dave Holland on drums). With six tracks on a 7", most of .
  2. This is the Japan initial first pressing release by CBS/SONY. This one is a white label promo version with "見本盤" (mihonban) printed on the left side of the label, and .
  3. Stained Class by Judas Priest - Vinyl LP () for $ from caibaskpeporfindkerretikbupocaptper.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Overview. After contributing the song "World War III" to Shrapnel Records' U.S. Metal, Vol. 2compilation, Exciterpromptly signed with Shrapnel and recorded their full-length debut, Heavy Metal Maniac, in Though their debt to Judas Priestwas clear for all to see (starting with their name, of course), the album packed a hard-edged ferocity and love for speed that pushed it well beyond the bounds of "classic" Price: $
  5. Judas Priest Rare Aus CBS Promo You’ve Got Another Think Comin’ And Exciter 7” new sealed RARE lp Record Vinyl Judas Priest FIREPOWER 2 discs fire power. AU $ +AU $ postage. Make Offer - new sealed RARE lp Record Vinyl Judas Priest FIREPOWER 2 .
  6. Exciter never really gotten that much attention, and I'm not exactly sure why. They have sheer aggression, great riffs, and they're prettty damn catchy. Their music kinda reminds me of Judas Priest and Motorhead mixed together. They have the attitude, sound, and image of Judas Priest while ahving the balls and riffs of Motorhead.
  7. Vinyl Haul 5 - Paradise Lost, Black Dahlia Murder, Frayle, Hellripper, others Chastain, Razor, Alcatrazz, Warlord, Mercyful Fate, Judas Priest. 3. Lucky 13 Vinyl Questions from The Accusation Network. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor. and join one of thousands of communities. × • • • VRP Jaguar.
  8. "A crucial turning point in Judas Priest’s career – and in the history of metal – ’s Stained Class was where the British band jettisoned the last remaining vestiges of their early progressive-rock leanings, and went for the jugular with faster, tighter and more menacing songs like Exciter, White Heat, Red Hot and Invader; even the.

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