Customer Ratings & Reviews
Customer ratings & reviews
This has got to be the most underrated Judas Priest record ever made. For those that purchased this album when it first came out in 1986, they will remember that this came out in a time that the metal world was being altered by the sound of hair metal and MTV. Priest fell right into the same wave of things and while this was the case, this is an album that was still put together well, even with synthesizer work. This to me was an album that was not the standard Priest album. Looking back, it was very 80's about party and fun and telling parents to go fly a kite with such songs as Parental Guidance and Wild Nights, Hot And Crazy Days. To this day, you can still hear Priest play Turbo Lover during their tour. I wouldn't suggest someone new to Judas Priest making this the first album that they get, but I sure would tell them that this is an album that should not be overlooked.
I would recommend this to a friend
Judas Priest at its most commercial.Posted
Never been a big fan of this. Done during the height of the "hair metal" craze of the 80's, this album saw the band begin to experiment with it's sound and move toward a more "radio friendly" presentation. It's not bad, but remains the weakest album of their career in my opinion.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend