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Rob Halford appears on the BBC radio 4 'Saturday live' programme this morning 26/09/20 between 9:00-10:30am (London time). For anyone outside the UK that doesn't know what the Saturday live programme is about it is a light hearted radio programme that talks about loads of different things that listeners ring in and talk about and a guest like Rob will probably be sitting in the studio throughout the programme and would be asked his opinions occasionally on different subjects that listeners ring in about.
 

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Re-listening to several Priest albums today from the 1980s such as Point Of Entry and Ram It Down and I must admit metalheads they sound f*****g GREAT baby!!.
 
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Re-listening to several Priest albums today from the 1980s such as Point Of Entry and Ram It Down and I must admit metalheads they sound f*****g GREAT baby!!.
Point of Entry is one of my top 5 Priest albums. Has some killer tunes on there. Ram It Down has some good material just let down by bad production and mixing.
 

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Point of Entry is one of my top 5 Priest albums. Has some killer tunes on there. Ram It Down has some good material just let down by bad production and mixing.
Totally agree Riff I rate Point Of Entry very highly amongst the Priest albums released between Sin After Sin in 1977 & Painkiller in 1990 it's a very satisfying listen from start to finish.
 

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I recon there is some trouble brewing between KK Downing and Halford/Tipton. Y'all know KK just released an album with the band name "KK's Priest". With Richie out for heart reasons, Why didn't they invite KK back to resume their 50th Anniversary tour instead of cancelling?

I dunno if there is a feud brewing, but the media is sure trying to make it happen....

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I hate to say it, but KK's Priest is more Priest than Priest these days. They have the energy JP used to. And of course it doesn't hurt to have Ripper tearing it up on vocals.
 

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I hate to say it, but KK's Priest is more Priest than Priest these days. They have the energy JP used to. And of course it doesn't hurt to have Ripper tearing it up on vocals.
I agree. I am also a fan of Ripper Owens. He has done vocals for some of my all time favorite bands like Iced Earth and Priest.
When the Eagle Cries gives me goose bumps...It's a beautiful song.
 

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