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Started by The Mollusk, June 29, 2022, 10:07:47 PM
Quote from: badaids on June 30, 2022, 03:01:40 PMPriest are wicked.Delivering the Goods is a striding, thrusting, dripping erect penis of a song.
Quote from: Head Gardener on June 30, 2022, 04:43:24 PM
QuoteThe trial was also the subject of a 1991 documentary entitled Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest. In the documentary, Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford commented that if the band were so inclined to insert subliminal commands into their music, messages commanding their fans to kill themselves would be quite counterproductive; from the band's perspective it would be much more practical to insert the command "buy more of our records"
Quote from: willbo on June 30, 2022, 08:47:32 PMAfter reading his book, I've got a theory that Breaking the Law is about Halford's then romantic frustration. But he doesn't know actually know that himself. It came out subliminally. But yeah top band
Quote from: The Mollusk on June 30, 2022, 06:49:17 PMWhy would you not skip the first two and just go straight to "all the gay"?
Quote from: Famous Mortimer on June 30, 2022, 04:46:47 PMI'm sure you all know about it, but maybe the best thing about Priest that's not the music is this incredible short film. I once had a nice chat with the director trying to work out what the t-shirt being worn by the oddball at 10:48 was (he even went back to his original footage to get me the best quality still possible).
Quote from: idunnosomename on July 03, 2022, 09:50:01 PMAll Guns Blazing's solo is completely Tipton, which is kinda amazing because it sounds like a duel. if you watch him do it live, he has such economy of motion, it's quite outstanding to watch. i can never quite get over how Glenn was born 1947 - only (nearly) four years after Jimmy Page - and he kept up with the shred scene like thisRock in Rio 23 Jan 1991 (GREAT intro by Rob here)Irvine CA 9 Nov 1990(also Rob had given up on hair by this tour, and he became a true bald icon rather than keeping his rather desperate Turbo Mullet)but have Iron Maiden ever mentioned an elf or a jester? Bruce solo did the latter I suppose. but Maiden's lyrics are frequently more real than most of Priest's, being about war and stuff.I just think Maiden were a lot more consistent and weren't quite as desperate to crack the US market as Priest were. I do think it's interesting how Maiden made themselves absolutely massive as a brand with the reunion and Priest kinda flunked it.but Priest's best songs are just untouchable metal. from Victim of Changes through to Painkiller
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