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Saturday, 3 December 2011

Judas Priest - Defenders Of The Faith [1984]

This, I believe, is the last of the 'classic' era Priest albums for me to post (although I'm aware I haven't yet posted Rocka Rolla, and to me, that's an excellent album too). I'll get it in the air: the last two tracks suck. Blended into one, they use one riff and essentially end the album on a stadium-rock-esque low note. That said, the rest of the album is fan-bloody-tastic (repeat, it is a classic era Judas Priest album) - the tunes that Judas Priest are known for, and no low notes in the middle like British Steel.

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