Retisonic – Judas Priest, Discharge. Matrix, Runout (Side A): AH 51155/A ww. zvinyl.
RETISONIC, - Play: Return To Me, Give Up, Externalized, BEE-STUNG LIPS, indie rock, post-hardcore, dischord, new york, US Guitar Bands, Play Top Albums, songs, Concerts, Biography. 63 State Violence State Control (Discharge cover). 65 The Hellion, Electric Eye (Judas Priest cover). 66 Wai. ookout! 67 Wait Lookout! 68 Stitch It Up. 69 Robots F g. 70 take your gun. 71 Urepentant. 72 Religion Instigate (Discharge cover).
12 tracks · 23 February 2012. Levittown EP. Play album. Judas Priest, Discharge.
We rank all of Judas Priest's studio albums, from their debut 'Rocka Rolla' to 2014's 'Redeemer of Souls. Decades into their storied career, metal gods Judas Priest have released nearly 20 studio projects totaling (with assorted live releases and best-of sets) an estimated 45 million units sold worldwide. That’s a lot of metal, which is why we’ve undertaken the task of ranking their albums from worst to best. Although they started Birmingham, England, in 1969, the Judas Priest we've come to know and love took shape when lead guitarist . Downing needed a singer after the departure of Al Atkins, who had named the band. This includes an instability at the drum stool until the 1979 arrival of drummer Dave Holland, whose 10-year stint coincided with their most popular era.
If you love heavy metal, you love Judas Priest: those are the rules and we trust you will abide by them. Instead, what really hits home when reassessing the band’s colossal contribution to heavy music is exactly how important they have been in the evolution and continued rude health of the entire metal scene. They are the Metal Gods and we salute them. 17. Demolition (2001).
The Best of Judas Priest. Compilation, 1974, Gull Records, Attic Records (CAN). Album, 06 Septiembre 1974, Gull Records. Re-Issue in 1984 by RCA Corporation and 1993 by Repertoire Records.
Judas Priest, noted non-metal band, has entered the studio with Andy Sneap ( Megadeth, Exodus ) and engineer Mike Exeter ( Black Sabbath ). The band had previously stated that it was trying to hit the studio by January, but for whatever reason that didn't quite pan out and here we ar. ot that Judas Priest needs to prove anything and crank albums out every other year, at this point. Personally, I was into Redeemer Of Souls, and if the band can one-up that album this time around, it'd be awesome.
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|A1||The Hellion / Electric Eye
Arranged By – RetisonicWritten-By – G. Tipton*, K. K. Downing, R. Halford*
|B1||State Violence State Control
Arranged By – RetisonicWritten-By – Bones , Cal , Gary*, Rainey*
Arranged By – Retisonic
- Mastered At – Jigsaw Sound
- Manufactured By – www.gzvinyl.com
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AH 51155
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AH 51156
- Artwork [Based On The Original Cover Art] – Cal , Doug Johnson
- Artwork, Layout – Jason Farrell, Joe Gorelick
- Bass – Jim Kimball
- Booking – www.thekenmoreagency.com*
- Drums, Backing Vocals [Back-ups] – Joe Gorelick
- Guitar, Voice – Jason Farrell
- Management – MEANIT!*
- Mastered By – Michael Iurato
- Recorded By – Jason Farrell
NotesRecorded April 2003
Mastered at Jigsaw Sound, NYC
Artwork and layout by Jason Farrell and Joe Gorelick, based on the original cover art for "Screaming For Vengeance" by Doug Johnson and "State Violence State Control" by Cal.
The Hellion / Electric Eye
© 1982 Judas Priest
taken from the "Screaming For Vengeance" album (COLUMBIA FC38160)
State Violence State Control
© 1982 Discharge
taken from the "State Violence State Control" single (CLAY 14)
© 1980 Discharge
taken from the "Fight Back" E.P. (CLAY 3)
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- Matrix / Runout (Side B): AH 51156/A