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Name:Judas Priest Live in Holland 2008

Total Size: 141.81 MB

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CD 1 (Size: 141.81 MB) (Files: 22)

 CD 1

  01. Prophecy.mp3

10.87 MB

  02. Metal Gods.mp3

5.66 MB

  03. Eat Me Alive.mp3

6.60 MB

  04. Between The Hammer And The Anvil.mp3

6.58 MB

  05. Devil's Child.mp3

7.61 MB

  06. Breaking The Law.mp3

4.51 MB

  07. Hell Patrol.mp3

5.82 MB

  08. Death.mp3

11.54 MB

  09. Dissident Aggressor.mp3

4.45 MB

  10. Angel.mp3

6.05 MB

 CD 2

  01. Electric Eye.mp3

6.41 MB

  02. Rock Hard, Ride Free.mp3

10.08 MB

  03. Sinner.mp3

12.32 MB

  04. Painkiller.mp3

10.12 MB

  05. Hell Bent For Leather.mp3

7.96 MB

  06. The Green Manalishi.mp3

6.90 MB

  07. Oh Yeah!.mp3

2.39 MB

  08. You've Got Another Thing Comin'.mp3

13.26 MB

 Judas Priest Zwolle back.jpg

738.93 KB

 Judas Priest Zwolle front.jpg

1.03 MB


476.74 KB


473.54 KB

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Judas Priest   Live in Holland 2008 preview 0
Judas Priest are a heavy metal band formed in 1970 in Birmingham. Judas Priest's core line-up consists of bass player Ian Hill, vocalist Rob Halford and guitarists Glenn Tipton and K. K. Downing. They have been cited as an influence on many heavy metal musicians and bands. Their popularity and status as one of the definitive heavy metal bands has earned them the nickname "Metal Gods", from their song of the same name. They have sold over 35 million albums worldwide

Influence on the genre

Judas Priest have influenced all metal music since the late-mid 70s either directly or indirectly. Their influence was so important that MTV.com named Judas Priest the second most important band in heavy metal, just behind Black Sabbath.[20]

In addition to the sound, Judas Priest are also known for being revolutionaries in heavy metal fashion. Rob Halford began incorporating a macho/biker/S&M style into his look as early as 1978 (to coincide with the release of their album Killing Machine), and the rest of the band followed. It became a mainstay in heavy metal; soon, several other bands, particularly of the NWOBHM and early black metal movements, began incorporating Halford's fashion into their look as well.[21] This sparked a revival in metal in the early '80s, and catapulted them to fame, in both the mainstream and underground. Even in the present, it is not uncommon to find metal artists sporting such a look at concerts.

On few occasions Judas Priest music has also served as score music to serve the heavy metal cliché. A good example is an episode of the German crime investigation series Derrick called "Verlorene Wuerde" (German for "Lost Dignity"), first aired May, 31st, 1991. In this episode a young drug addict is also a fan of heavy metal music. As he is quizzed by the police in his apartment, "Painkiller" by Judas Priest and "Psycho Holiday" by Pantera plays from the stereo system.

Current members

* Rob Halford - lead vocals (1973-1993, 2003-present)
* K. K. Downing - guitar, backing vocals (1970-present)
* Glenn Tipton - guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (1974-present)
* Ian Hill - bass guitar (1970-present)
* Scott Travis - drums, percussion (1989-present)

[edit] Former members

* Al Atkins - vocals (1970-1973)
* John Ellis - drums (1970)
* Chris Campbell - drums (1971-1973)
* Alan Moore - drums (1971, 1975-1976)
* John Hinch - drums (1973-1975)
* Les Binks - drums (1977-1979)
* Dave Holland - drums (1979-1989)
* Tim "Ripper" Owens - vocals (1996-2003)

[edit] Session musicians

* Simon Phillips - drums on Sin After Sin (1977)
* Don Airey - keyboards on Painkiller, Demolition, Angel of Retribution and Nostradamus
* Jeff Martin - backing vocals

[edit] Discography

Judas Priest - IJsselhallen - Zwolle, Holland 22.06.2008


CD 1

01. Prophecy
02. Metal Gods
03. Eat Me Alive
04. Between The Hammer And The Anvil
05. Devil’s Child
06. Breaking The Law
07. Hell Patrol
08. Death
09. Dissident Aggressor
10. Angel

CD 2

01. Electric Eye
02. Rock Hard, Ride Free
03. Sinner
04. Painkiller
05. Hell Bent For Leather
06. The Green Manalishi
07. Oh Yeah!
08. You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’


Rob Halford - Vocals
Glenn Tipton - Guitar
K.K.Downing - Guitar
Ian Hill - Bass
Scott Travis - Drums

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