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Stained Class album for sale by Judas Priest was released Nov 06, 2001 on the Columbia/Legacy label. Principally recorded at Chipping Norton Studios, Cotswold, England in 1978. Stained Class CD music Includes liner notes by Judas Priest. After the stunning success of 1977's SIN AFTER SIN, Judas Priest offered another exceptional album with its follow-up one year later, STAINED CLASS. Though disco and punk were grabbing all the headlines in the late '70s, Priest turned a deaf ear to these new musical developments, and stuck to its heavy metal guns. Stained Class CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||the real reason priest stands tall.|
stand back! because priest is here!. exiter is the fastest 70's tune next to speed king or fire ball or stone cold crazy or never say die. very ahead of it's time even in 1978!. beyond the realms of death is deep, dark and heavy. on the bonus side of the album there is a track called fire burns below. man all the bonus songs sound like turbo outtakes!. halford is in top form as well as k.k. and glen and the bass player and the tippy bang drumming of les binks. if you like mainstream priest you will be shocked. warning: not for teenyboppers. only metalheads.
By davidandino83 (chicago)
Without a doubt, Judas Priest's BEST album (althugh "Hell Bent..." and "Unleashed..." are up there too). It was so far ahead of it's time that I don't think very many efer caught up to it. The title track and "Exciter" have been mentioned, but a cursory glance at the other reviews shows a MAJOR omission: "White Heat, Red Hot" I think that the cover is an apt descriptor of how one feels after hearing this album, ugh, I mean, cd. Geez, just thinking about "White Heat, Red Hot" is going to force me to go play it on my guitar!
By Schenker Fan (USA, baby)
||priest at their best|
most often british steel and screaming for vengence get hailed as priest best album but for me its stained class.although vengence is a close second.theres just something about this album.every song is great.from exciter to better by you to white heat red hot.lets just say when im making a prist compilation cd over half the tracks from this album make it on.
By rick (cape breton,nova scotia)
||One of the best "classical" of metal|
Until today whem Rob Halford sing Stained Class I feel the same sensation them the god of metal days...My ressurrection was in the Rock in Rio 3
By a reviewer (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
||Addictive Vocal Sound!|
Many stories of kids going nuts because of this cd are documented, but those teens had some serious head issues messed with drug addiction. I feel bad for them. Although weird enough the album does have an addictive quality that makes me listen to it over and over. The opera like vocals of Rob Halford perice my brain in the right place, as well as the rest of the band with they're persistant pounding, thrashing of drums and guitars. "Exciter" is a classic song that ends with rising vocal power to complete the already exsisting energy. "Savage" has alien notes. The band itself has no error at all with weakness or overplaying, just plain great jamming. I will not go into every track but my main point of attraction for this particular Judas Priest album has been the vocals which have not been duplicated anywhere else. Just to add to the bizzarness of this album's history, I now always seem to have a ringing in my ear after I listen to it. It lasts for awhile and I thought it was just cause the music was loud, but you would think that after some 4 hours it would go away. FANTASTIC CD!
By Filmcy98 (Elmsford, NY, USA)
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Stained Class songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2263278|
|Label||Columbia / Legacy|
|Release Date||Nov 06, 2001|
|Producer||Dennis MacKay; James Guthrie; Judas Priest|
|Engineer||Ken Thomas; Neil Ross; Paul Northfield|
|Recording Time||54 minutes|
|Personnel||Rob Halford - vocals|
Dave Holland - drums
Glenn Tipton - vocals, guitar
K.K. Downing - guitar
Ian Hill - bass
Les Binks - drums