Judas Priest (Official Thread)

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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!!.
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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