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Hell Bent for Leather
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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: CK-35706
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Les Binks drums|
K.K. Downing guitar
Rob Halford vocals
Ian Hill bass bass, guitar
Glenn Tipton guitar
|1. ||Delivering the Goods ||4:16|
|2. ||Rock Forever ||3:19|
|3. ||Evening Star ||4:04|
|4. ||Hell Bent for Leather ||2:39|
|5. ||Take on the World ||3:02|
|6. ||Burnin' Up ||4:00|
|7. ||Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown) ||3:21|
|8. ||Killing Machine ||3:02|
|9. ||Running Wild ||2:57|
|10. ||Before the Dawn ||3:22|
|11. ||Evil Fantasies ||4:13|
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|Total Running Time:|| 38:15|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 29, 2003 at 12:16|
|This album is an absolute classic! No fillers here...So damn hard hitting when the boys deliver the goods...Timeless classic that can't be described in words...
||Date: August 29, 2003 at 20:26|
|Have to admit I have a lot of Judas Priest tapes. Not many CDs but a lot of the cover CDs with all the latest metal bands singing Priest tunes. Hell Bent & Green Manalishi are 2 awesome songs tho!
|From: Kim HP
||Date: October 9, 2003 at 22:49|
|I rank this as the 4rd best Priest album of the 70's. That's not to say it's bad. Far from it. Highlights: "Deliverin' the Goods", "Take on the World" and of course "Hell Bent, Hell Bent for Leather"...
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: July 7, 2004 at 17:55|
|They turn a little more commercial here than the past, with songs such as "Evening Star" and "Take On The World". But this contains probably two of the bands best songs ever in "Delivering The Goods" and "Hell Bent For Leather". 9/10
|From: metal rulz
||Date: December 21, 2004 at 22:58|
|Another classic by the Priest! I love almost all the album. But, Evening Star? That song sounded like a shit...not to say that's bad about the album, but I didn't like the Priest doing such a song like that...the rest is awesome.
|From: schenker fan
||Date: July 3, 2005 at 17:31|
|Probably Priest's SECOND best, AFTER "Stained Class" The highlights RULE: "Hell Bent..." "Green Manalishi" "Killing Machine" and "Running Wild" Interestingly, "Green Manalishi" is a...Fleetwood Mac COVER! That one and "Running Wild" are the 2 standouts
||Date: August 31, 2005 at 5:50|
|Unlike its great predecessor Stained Class, which was full of dark, grim metal, this album is more (hard)rock and even poprock(before the dawn, evening star) in some places. It is more assessible which would pave the way for british steel and screaming for vengeance later on.Anyway, this album is still an influential metal classic, groundbreaking for the time...which has a strong influence on band like diamond head, iron maiden, saxon a year later.
||Date: June 2, 2011 at 13:31|
|this album is priests best 1970s album together with sad wings of destiny!!!great album!!!highly recommended!!!
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