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[spapad] Tuesday, February 10, 2009 8:07:31 PM 
Technically, I would say Holland was the least talented drummer JP had.   There was Simon, a well sought after studio drummer who was a double kicker, who played on the studio recording of Sin after Sin. Simon would not go on tour with them and they found Les Binks who also played double Bass drums. They were both very intense drummers. What Dave gave to the band, although he could not play double kick bass drums, was consistency. He stayed for 10 years and that was a feat they had not been able to achieve prior to him. Sometimes consistency makes up for some short commings. I don't think Scott looks bored behind his drums. I think he is intense and concentrating on what he is doing.  He is an outstanding drummer.
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[Before The Rage] Tuesday, February 10, 2009 7:51:50 PM 
It would be amazing if Priest released a new studio album this year, or next year.  I understand they're still busy with their Nostradamus plans, but back in the day they'd be touring and still have a new album out every year...

A live album would be alright, but I'm not too big on DVD's...
[Bazookajoe_666] Tuesday, February 10, 2009 1:00:40 PM 

Technically, Scott is lightyears better than Holland, but I do get where your coming from with the feel that Holland had. Scott looks bored as shit haha.


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[icecreamman] Tuesday, February 10, 2009 12:56:46 PM 
Mple Syrup,

    I do not think that Dave Holland played drums for JP on the Sad Wings of Destiny album, or the 70's at all.
All I am saying is that it would be cool to hear. It is certanly true that Holland could pound away on the drums, but he lacks the complexity of Scott's drumming. I also believe that Scott played excellent on ALL of the live albums he has been featured in, and on ALL the songs that are featured on them.
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[Maple Syrup] Friday, February 06, 2009 2:36:38 PM 
ICM: Slow down on the what Priest could have been with Travis in the 80's thing. Holland was much more fluid and detailed than Travis. Listen to Travis play any of the Pre-Painkiller stuff and he does not have the thump nor does he play the parts with the same intensity as Holland. The Ripper, Desert Plains etc.. I'll take Holland anyday on the old stuff. Travis is all dry run sounding without the parts. Even when they did Devils Child on this past tour, Travis played it with no emotion like he has somewhere to go.. Do not compare the ERA's please!

MpleSyrp   
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by icecreamman from Monday, February 02, 2009 7:54:11 PM)
[J.D. DIAMOND] Thursday, February 05, 2009 4:17:21 AM 
Although Nostadamus is a masterpiece of originality,and absolute "different"........I believe that the rest of the band's career should be focused on the style of "Judas Priest" rather than doing something different. If the band only has 1 or 2 albums left I would hope they would not experiment.

True every JP album is not the same....but for the most part albums like Sad Wings Of Destiny, Hell Bent For Leather,British Steel,Point Of Entry,Screaming For Vengeance,Defenders Of The Faith,Ram It Down,Painkiller,Jugulator and Angel Of Retribution run on the same type of patterns,where as Turbo,Demolition and Nostradamus go to far outside for myself.
[icecreamman] Wednesday, February 04, 2009 1:12:39 PM 
98' Meltdown was an awsome live album. Very Underated.
[Cooper Ryback] Tuesday, February 03, 2009 1:51:20 PM 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmzGGKNIPJI


Also check out Rapid Fire on 98 live meltdown.
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by icecreamman from Tuesday, February 03, 2009 1:38:26 PM)
[icecreamman] Tuesday, February 03, 2009 1:38:26 PM 

What if Scott Travis did the drumming on Britsh Steel? 
                    Rapid Fire would have been KILLER!!!!

[Devil Deal] Monday, February 02, 2009 9:26:42 PM 
Yeah. That would be nice.
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by icecreamman from Saturday, January 31, 2009 12:55:18 PM)
[icecreamman] Monday, February 02, 2009 7:54:11 PM 

You have to admit, if Scott was in Priest in the 80's some of their music would have been mind blowing!!!

[hellrider 31038] Sunday, February 01, 2009 10:43:13 AM 
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=ofWA9ap2Vb4 personally i would like to see them do something real hard core something simular to this masterpiece by sabbat and the mighty painkiller album it would surely rip the skin of your face.
[Screamin' Demon] Saturday, January 31, 2009 3:59:49 PM 
That was a bit of an unpredictable statement. It wouldn't exactly make a bad idea, so long as Scott's drumming would be technical with lots of double bass. If he'd been on Defenders Of The Faith, that album could have kicked some serious ass instead of being labelled Screaming For Vengeance II.
[icecreamman] Saturday, January 31, 2009 12:55:18 PM 
I think the boys should go back to the sound they had on Defenders of the Faith.
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