History Music / JudasPriest

9th May '16 11:30:01 PM erforce
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* FilkSong: ''Blood Red Skies'' is quite obviously inspired by ''{{Terminator}}''.

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* FilkSong: ''Blood "Blood Red Skies'' Skies" is quite obviously inspired by ''{{Terminator}}''.''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''.
17th Apr '16 6:17:53 AM aye_amber
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** "Lochness" almost sounds like a GenreThrowback to the very earliest metal of IronButterfly or DeepPurple.
* SpySatellite: "Electric Eye".

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** "Lochness" almost sounds like a GenreThrowback to the very earliest metal of IronButterfly Music/IronButterfly or DeepPurple.
Music/DeepPurple.
* SpySatellite: "Electric Eye".Eye."
21st Mar '16 12:48:48 AM aye_amber
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* EarthShatteringPoster: The cover of ''Ram It Down''.
* FallenAngel: On the cover of ''Sad Wings of Destiny''.

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* EarthShatteringPoster: The cover of ''Ram It Down''.
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* FallenAngel: On the cover of ''Sad Wings of Destiny''.Destiny.''



** TheLeader: Rob Halford
** TheLancer: Glenn Tipton
** TheSmartGuy: Ian Hill
** TheBigGuy: Scott Travis
** TheChick: Richie Faulkner

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** TheLeader: Rob Halford
Halford.
** TheLancer: Glenn Tipton
Tipton.
** TheSmartGuy: Ian Hill
Hill.
** TheBigGuy: Scott Travis
Travis.
** TheChick: Richie FaulknerFaulkner.



* MarketBasedTitle: ''Killing Machine'' was issued in the U.S. under the title ''Hell Bent For Leather'' - the U.S. branch of their label thought the original title sounded too violent, so a different song became the TitleTrack.
* SigilSpam: Judas Priest are among the few bands to actually ''have'' a sigil of sorts - i.e. a simple, recognisable logo that is not a stylized version of their name. The "Judas Priest cross" or "Devil's Tuning Fork" dates back to their second album, 1976's ''Sad Wings Of Destiny'', and has appeared on cover art, merchandise, outfits and stage decorations ever since.

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* MarketBasedTitle: ''Killing Machine'' was issued in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates under the title ''Hell Bent For Leather'' - the U.S. under the title ''Hell Bent For Leather'' - the U.S. branch of their label thought the original title sounded too violent, so a different song became the TitleTrack.
TitleTrack.
* SigilSpam: Judas Priest ''Judas Priest'' are among the few bands to actually ''have'' a sigil of sorts - -- i.e. a simple, recognisable logo that is not a stylized version of their name. The "Judas Priest cross" or "Devil's Tuning Fork" dates back to their second album, 1976's ''Sad Wings Of Destiny'', of Destiny,'' and has appeared on cover art, merchandise, outfits outfits, and stage decorations ever since.



* WingedHumanoid: The cover art for ''Sad Wings Of Destiny'' and ''Painkiller''.

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* WingedHumanoid: The cover art for ''Sad Wings Of of Destiny'' and ''Painkiller''.''Painkiller.''
17th Feb '16 4:41:01 PM youngbond007
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/m_rr_top10_judas_priest_songs_480p30_480.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: The classic '80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing and Dave Holland]]

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/m_rr_top10_judas_priest_songs_480p30_480.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: The classic '80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing and Dave Holland]]
7th Feb '16 8:53:54 PM MikeK
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* MarketBasedTitle: ''Killing Machine'' was issued in the U.S. under the title ''Hellbent For Leather'' - the U.S. branch of their label thought the original title sounded too violent, so a different song became the TitleTrack.

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* MarketBasedTitle: ''Killing Machine'' was issued in the U.S. under the title ''Hellbent ''Hell Bent For Leather'' - the U.S. branch of their label thought the original title sounded too violent, so a different song became the TitleTrack.
7th Feb '16 8:52:41 PM MikeK
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* MarketBasedTitle: ''Killing Machine'' was issued in the U.S. under the title ''Hellbent For Leather'' - the U.S. branch of their label thought the original title sounded too violent, so a different song became the TitleTrack.
26th Jan '16 2:06:14 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:350:Judas Priest's current lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Scott Travis, Rob Halford, Ritchie Faulkner and Glenn Tipton.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Judas [[caption-width-right:350: Judas Priest's current lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Scott Travis, Rob Halford, Ritchie Faulkner and Glenn Tipton.]]



[[caption-width-right:350:The classic 80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing and Dave Holland]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The [[caption-width-right:350: The classic 80s '80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing and Dave Holland]]
23rd Jan '16 4:33:05 PM Inspeps
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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic 80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, KK Downing and Dave Holland]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic 80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, KK K.K. Downing and Dave Holland]]
23rd Jan '16 4:32:23 PM Inspeps
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/m_rr_top10_judas_priest_songs_480p30_480.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The classic 80s lineup. From left to right: Ian Hill, Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, KK Downing and Dave Holland]]
20th Jan '16 6:56:25 PM Walkinshadows
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On the 20th of April 2011 the band announced K. K. Downing had left. While this was a shock the band will go ahead with the tour and continue working with new guitarist Ritchie Faulkner, who has previously worked with Lauren Harris, daughter of [[Music/IronMaiden Steve Harris]].

Judas Priest have just completed work on their 17th studio album, which is called ''Redeemer Of Souls''. It came out July 8, 2014 to positive reception.

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On the 20th of April 2011 the band announced K. K. Downing had left. While this was a shock the The band will go went ahead with the tour and continue started working with new guitarist Ritchie Faulkner, who has previously worked with Lauren Harris, daughter of [[Music/IronMaiden Steve Harris]].

Judas Priest have just completed work on released their 17th studio album, which is called ''Redeemer Of Souls''. It came out Souls'' on July 8, 2014 to positive reception.
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