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Rock Forever - Judas Priest - Killing Machine (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Baktilar
    24.09.2019
    Verified Purchase. In , Judas Priest followed quickly on from the success of Stained Class with Hell Bent For Leather (Also known as Killing Machine) This features shorter, simpler, more energetic heavy metal tunes, and there is (Much like on the later “British Steel” album) some filler/5().

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  2. Mazuzshura
    24.09.2019
    Killing Machine, an Album by Judas Priest. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal.

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  3. Meztirn
    26.09.2019
    Killing Machine is the fifth studio album by Judas Priest, released in November The album was Judas Priest's first stab at a "different" sound, and was created at about the same time that the band members adopted their now-famous "leather-and-studs" style.

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  4. Zulkilrajas
    02.10.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Killing Machine on Discogs.

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  5. Nikinos
    26.09.2019
    May 26,  · To make up for those shows being postponed, it’s high time for Judas Priest-A-Thon. The brother to the album by album reviews, Iron Maiden-A-Thon and the cousin to our series of Rush album reviews. You’re going to be getting a Judas Priest album review, every .

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  6. Mikagal
    01.10.2019
    Binks remained with the band for two and a half years, until July , recording the studio albums Stained Class and Killing Machine and the live album Unleashed in the East. While with Judas Priest, he received a writing credit for the song "Beyond the Realms of Death" from the Stained Class album.

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  7. Goltijinn
    29.09.2019
    Killing Machine, an Album by Judas Priest. Released in on CBS (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP).

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  8. Yozshugor
    25.09.2019
    At the end of the band released their fifth album Killing Machine (re-titled Hell Bent for Leather in the U.S.). The band’s new sound and image would be continued for quite a few albums to come, including the famous follow-up British Steel, and was the start of a new era for Judas Priest. Killing Machine’s Judas Priest was.

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