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    Main » 2014 » September » 19 » Judas Priest ~ 1976 ~ Sad Wings Of Destiny
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    Judas Priest ~ 1976 ~ Sad Wings Of Destiny
    Judas Priest ~ 1976 ~ Sad Wings Of Destinygenre: heavy, hard
    state: uk
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    time: 47'38"  

    Wiki:
    Sad Wings of Destiny is the second album by the English heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1976. It is considered the album where Judas Priest consolidated their sound and image, and songs such as "Victim of Changes" and "The Ripper" became live standards.
    Noted for its riff-driven heavy metal sound and Halford's soaring vocals, the album displays a wide variety of styles, moods, and textures, inspired by an array of groups such as Queen, Deep Purple, and Black Sabbath. Centrepiece "Victim of Changes" is a long track featuring heavy riffing trading off with powerful, high-pitched vocals; extended leads; and a slow, moody breakdown toward the end. "Tyrant" and "The Ripper" are short, dense, high-powered rockers with many parts and changes. Riffs and solos dominate "Genocide", "Island of Domination", and "Deceiver", and the band finds more laid-back moments in the crooning piano-backed "Epitaph" and the moody "Dreamer Deceiver".
    Judas Priest recorded their first two albums with independent Gull Records under tight budgets, unrelieved by the positive reception of Sad Wings of Destiny. After living off a single meal per day while working side jobs to support themselves, the group grew frustrated with the financial situation and signed with CBS Records for their next album, Sin After Sin (1977). Breaking their contract resulted in the rights to the album and demo recordings falling into Gull's hands.


    01. Victim Of Changes 7:53
    02. The Ripper 2:51
    03. Dreamer Deceiver 5:54
    04. Deceiver 2:47
    05. Prelude 2:02
    06. Tyrant 4:28
    07. Genocide 5:51
    08. Epitaph 3:21
    09. Island Of Domination 4:15




    Rob Halford – vocals
    K. K. Downing – guitar
    Glenn Tipton – guitar, piano
    Ian Hill – bass guitar
    Alan Moore – drums


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