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8 thoughts on “ Rock You All Around The World - Judas Priest - Turbo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Togul
    Get the best deals on Judas Priest Single Vinyl Records when you shop the largest online selection at acaturbersatedalrabelkestdopptos.xyzinfo Free shipping on many items Judas Priest Turbo Lover Rare Limited Octane Mix Out Of Print Vg++/Vg+. $ Genre: Metal JOHNNY B GOODE / ROCK YOU ALL AROUND THE WORLD 45 RPM HARD ROCK. $ Genre: Rock. $ shipping.
  2. Tegar
    Turbo, an Album by Judas Priest. Released in on CBS (catalog no. CDCBS ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock.
  3. Faekus
    Probably the most misunderstood of the Judas Priest albums featuring frontman Rob Halford, "Turbo" was Priest trying to march to the pop metal success of the likes of Def Leppard and Bon Jovi. It also started life as a double album, with half being regular Priest and the other the revised Priest/5().
  4. Sataur
    Comment: LP Judas Priest: Turbo C Columbia Records Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Includes the original inner photo/song title/lyric/credit liner sleeve; Track listing: Turbo Lover; Locked In; Private Property; Parental Guidance; Rock You All Around The World; Out In The Cold; Wild Nights Hot & Crazy Days; Hot For Love; Reckless VG+/VG+/5(10).
  5. Akigrel
    Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of the metal band's 10th studio album, released to coincide with the album's 30th Anniversary. Turbo is the studio album by Judas Priest, recorded in June - November at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed in January and February , at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California.
  6. Maujar
    Turbo, an Album by Judas Priest. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock.
  7. Mikam
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Turbo on Discogs. Label: CBS - 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Misprint, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock /5(4).
  8. Branos
    Searching for a way to retool their sound, Judas Priest attempted to accentuate their melodic side on Turbo by incorporating synthesizers and '80s pop-metal stylings ("Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days" sounds more like Poison (albeit with synths). The restrained songcraft sometimes pays dividends, especially on the PMRC-bashing "Private Property" and "Parental Guidance," and the synth-driven.

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