|[hellrider 31038] Monday, January 24, 2011 5:25:04 PM|| |
|THANK YOU GOD FOR ANSERING MY PRAYER IF I MAY ASK FOR 1 MORE THING |
WRRRRRRAAAAAAATTTTTTTHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH OFFFFFFFFFFFF THHHHEEEEEEEEEEE MEEEETTAAAAALLLLLLLLLLL GOOOOODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD ( HALFORD BAND) NEW INNNTTTTTEEEENNNNNSSSEEEEEE RUUUUUSSSSSSHHHHHHH OFFFFFFFF POOOOOOOOWWWWWWEEEERRRRR HEEEAAAAVVVYYYYYY MEEEEETTTTTT TTTTAAAALLLLLLLL FUUUULLLLLL ONNNNNNNNNNNN ANNNNNNNDDDDDDDDDD INNNNNNNN OUUUURRRRRRRRR FAAAAAAACCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE METAL MONSTER ALBUMS
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by hellrider 31038 from Friday, January 21, 2011 6:39:07 PM)
|[spapad] Friday, January 21, 2011 6:43:16 PM|| |
|[hellrider 31038] Friday, January 21, 2011 6:39:07 PM|| |
|I AM ON MY KNEES|
WHILE MAKING THE SIGH OF THE CROSS ON MY FACE WHILE SAYING IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND THE SON AND THE HOLY SPIRIT .
MIGHTY PRIEST BEAST METAL MONSTER ALBUM AND A CONTINUED LEGACY FROM THE MIGHTY PRIEST
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Friday, January 21, 2011 12:32:46 AM)
|Let us pray...
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|[guidogodoy] Friday, January 21, 2011 12:32:46 AM|| |
|Let us pray...|
|[hellrider 31038] Monday, January 17, 2011 11:01:36 PM|| |
|HELL YEAH MAN IMAGINE A NEW ALBUM MIGHTY PAAAAAAAAAINKILLLLLLER STYLE BUT WITH A TWIST. WHOA MAN I AM FOAMING FROM THE MOUTH YOU WOULD NOT HAPPEN TO HAVE A CLOTH WOULD YOU|
SO HOW MANY COPIES ARE YOU BUYING MAN.
MAN I CAN NOT WAIT TO TOTALLY DROWN MYSELF IN THIS NEXT NEW MIGHTY PRIEST BEAST METAL MONSTER ALBUM.
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Mr. Dave Genocide from Monday, January 17, 2011 10:47:56 PM)
|[Mr. Dave Genocide] Monday, January 17, 2011 10:47:56 PM|| |
I agree.. I want a new album.
BUT! Having something from the 'Defenders' or 'RID' tours would be amazing, or 'Painkiller' tour would be great, too...
But honestly, a new album would be a helluva lot better to put out first.
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by hellrider 31038 from Monday, January 17, 2011 7:42:32 PM)
|[hellrider 31038] Monday, January 17, 2011 7:42:32 PM|| |
|THE VAULT CAN WAIT IN MY OPINION .BRING ON THE NEXT NEW MIGHTY PRIEST BEAST METAL MONSTER ALBUM YOU KNOW THAT NEW MIGHTY PRIEST ULTIMATE METAL ALBUM US FANS ARE GOING TO SHOOT TO NUMBER 1 |
MASTERS OF METAL
CONTINUING THE LEGACY
BACK AND WITH A VENGEANCE LIKE NEVER BEFORE
FULL ON AND IN YOUR FACE
|[Head banger] Wednesday, January 05, 2011 8:31:37 AM|| |
|could be there is more, I would rather see a dvd of the painkiller tour, or from the defenders tour.... the bonus tracks on the remasters are mostly painfull, I dont need them. if the rest of the unreleased stuff is like that well....|
I forgot about the SAW stuff. my guess is that after hearing the dance mix of turbo I dont want to hear that either.
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by NupeTheJawbreaker from Wednesday, January 05, 2011 3:35:49 AM)
|[Nupe The Ripper] Wednesday, January 05, 2011 3:35:49 AM|| |
|Yes, I'm aware of that many of the Turbo sessions' bonus tracks were released on the 2001-2002 remasters. I merely mentioned the ones that were listed in the book but haven't been released. A total of 18 songs were recorded in 1985, with six of the discarded songs being named: Red White and Blue, All Fired Up, and Prisoner of your Eyes have been released on the remasters and Heart of a Lion on Metalogy. Hard as Iron and Love You to Death are mentioned as having been originally meant for Turbo, but were re-recorded and put on Ram It Down instead. Fire Burns Below and Thunder Road might originate from the Turbo era as well.|
The same biography also mentioned that Priest recorded some material for the upcoming Screaming for Vengeance at Ibiza in September-October '81, but they eventually rejected those recordings and started from scratch. A 1982 Kerrang! interview with Rob Halford is quoted as "We've recorded seven songs and as usual we'll be aiming for a total of 10. The material is varied: some of the songs are as intricate as Sin After Sin and Stained Class, others are as raw and as primitive as British Steel and there are those that are in the style of Point of Entry...It'll pobably be the heaviest thing we've put out...We go back to the studios at the beginning of the year. How much of those eventually rejected Ibiza sessions made it to the final album is unknown.
There's surely at least one or two unreleased songs from each album's sessions - none have been released from the Sin After Sin sessions (Race WIth the Devil having been recorded at the Stained Class sessions), only the aforementioned track from the Stained Class sessions, nothing from the Killing Machine, British Steel or Point of Entry sessions, only Fight for Your Life (aka demo-Rock Hard Ride Free) from the Screaming for Vengeance sessions, nothing from the Defenders of the Faith sessions (despite taking a very long time to record), but then there's a load of stuff from the Turbo and Ram It Down sessions (apart from the songs I mentioned in my previous post). And finally, Painkiller has a bonus track from it's own sessions, so there might or might not be more. Around before Priest...Live! was released, the band actually thought of releasing a double album, with the other disc consisting of unreleased studio material and the other from live stuff, but they eventually made it into a double live album instead. And, as Maple Syrup correctly noted, Priest recorded three tracks in 1987 with pop producers Stock-Aitken-Waterman (who produced Rick Astley among others), but after the harsh criticism they faced after Turbo, they left the tracks unreleased (as Glenn Tipton said in '88: "we can't afford to release anything that's not Priest right now").
Oh, and the Gull Records remark in my previous post was meant for the Mother Sun song, I originally meant to just edit it in.
|[Maple Syrup] Tuesday, January 04, 2011 9:49:38 PM|| |
|Nupe: Thanks for the information and insight. Thats what I am taking about! Also, wasnt there the Pop Stuff Priest did around Turbo with those Producers who did work with bananarama etc.. their names do not come to mind at the moment. MpleSyrp |
|[Head banger] Tuesday, January 04, 2011 9:32:13 PM|| |
|a lot of the turbo extras also ended up as bonus tracks on the remasters, so there isnt as much out there as you might think. at least thats what I think, who knows for sure|
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by NupeTheJawbreaker from Tuesday, January 04, 2011 5:14:45 PM)
|[Nupe The Ripper] Tuesday, January 04, 2011 5:14:45 PM|| |
|I failed to edit my post in time, so if it's okay I'll post another message:|
Well, the unofficial Priest biography by Neil Daniels does state quite a few song titles that haven't still seen the daylight, although it is clearly stated that they've been recorded at some point. At least "Fight For Your Love" and "Under the Gun" are mentioned as tracks from the Turbo sessions alone, and there's probably many more given that Turbo was originally meant to be a double album, and not all of the songs on Ram It Down originate from those days. And there's no doubt that the other studio sessions from '77 all the way to the present day have a lot of leftover material as well.
Sadly, the chances of getting one are probably nil because if it was ever recorded in the first place, it has happened during the Gull years. And as far as I know all of the Gull-era demos are still Gull Records' property, and they probably won't give them back to Priest easily. The only Gull-era demo that has so far been officially released is the well-known 1975 studio version of Diamonds & Rust found on practically every reissue of Rocka Rolla. If Gull Records wants to cash in by releasing the same material from the first two JP albums over and over again under different titles, then why couldn't they be useful for a change and release the 1974-76 demos? I'm sure there's plenty of unreleased songs and alternative versions of more familiar ones. It would probably sell quite nicely though.
|[Nupe The Ripper] Tuesday, January 04, 2011 4:12:17 PM|| |
|I'd love an official version of Mother Sun, if they ever recorded it in studio, that is. Listening to a sub-par bootleg from YouTube makes we wan't to hear a "proper" version of this!|
|[hellrider 31038] Sunday, January 02, 2011 6:31:11 PM|| |
|BRING ON THE NEXT MIGHTY PRIEST BEAST METAL MONSTER CREATURE ( ALBUM)|
|[Jayman71] Thursday, December 30, 2010 9:15:38 PM|| |
|I"m not so much interested in more live cd's, but I'd rather there be some more video. I already have more than one quality bootleg from each tour from 1978 to the present. That'd be great if they did what Iron Maiden did and released a history of judas priest dvd. It could be a 4 part series covering each decade. |
|[Head banger] Wednesday, December 29, 2010 8:31:24 AM|| |
|he has soundboard recordings of a couple that he released off his website years ago (free)|
I think it was london 81 and tucson 82 not sure, they are not on this computer. both are good, but not good enough for a comercial release
[Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Mr. Dave Genocide from Tuesday, December 28, 2010 6:17:54 PM)
|[Mr. Dave Genocide] Tuesday, December 28, 2010 6:17:54 PM|| |
|I remember Rob saying he has bootleg's of audio AND video from concerts over the years... So it's definitely not out of the question.. Yet the REAL question would be, will they release any?|
|[the highway terror] Tuesday, December 28, 2010 12:26:57 PM|| |
we can only hope.
personally, I think the april '84 show from long beach arena would make a good audio release.
this show was from early in the defenders tour and was an FM Broadcast , the sound is great !!
I'll bet Priest has a whole Vault full of stuff. It's their retirement nest egg !
|[Maple Syrup] Monday, December 27, 2010 6:47:18 PM|| |
|You like me have everything old from Priest, incl. audio boots and limited video. My question to the Priest faithful and Gallery is: Now that Priest is saying farewell, will we get one last release of rare material from the vaults, whether Video or Audio? The possibilities would say there are so many things they could release, but in reality Priest has "never grasped the past" in providing us some of the early footage of the band. I firmly believe it just doesnt exist, whether is a show from British Steel or Point of Entry or earlier? Bands like Kiss and Maiden have hundreds of hours and footage yet Priest is very limited in what they have released. It may be a contractual thing with CBS or whatever but you would think after all these years we would get something. There was a rumour about a year ago about a Hamburg 1981 POE tour show on video (reported on judaspriestworld.com - which has closed up shop sometime ago) was surfacing. Its just sad to think when Priest finally hangs it up and says goodbye we are left with only a handful of shows from the early tours. Yes we know about Old Grey Whistle, Tokyo 1978, One clip of Green Manalishi from 79-80, the dubbed chicago show from 1981.. but thats it seriously on the old stuff. I guess after following JP after all these years and tours, this Priest fan was hoping to get something that showed them in the raw, ripping the tunes and what made them so great in the early years. I can go on but I am just left with an empty feeling that without any release from the vault, people will not get to see what we remember was Priest in their heyday, ontop of the metal world. No need to post your favorite setlist here, just an explanation into why we havent seen anything like this from the "Priest vault". Thanks. MpleSyrp (BIll B.) Edited at: Monday, December 27, 2010 6:48:00 PM Edited at: Monday, December 27, 2010 6:52:59 PM|
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