JUDAS PRIEST Turbo (1986) (COLUMBIA RECORDS) (9 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

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JUDAS PRIEST Turbo (1986) (COLUMBIA RECORDS) (9 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

Turbo (1986) (COLUMBIA RECORDS) (9 TRACKS)
Judas Priest

Album Description:

TURBO is the 10th studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest.

The album was recorded June - November 1985 at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed January - February 1986 at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California. TURBO was first released on April 15, 1986. The album marked the band''s  first use of guitar synthesizers. Following the success of their previous album, DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH, Judas Priest initially recorded a double album called "Twin Turbos", which was never released. Instead, the material was split, with the more commercial songs appearing on TURBO. While it sold well initially, going Gold (RIAA) on June 10, 1986 and Platinum on July 24, 1987 and reaching #33 in the U.K. and #17 on Billboard 200, the reaction from fans was negative. Sales tapered off and the live album from the subsequent tour tanked. "Reckless" was asked to be on the TOP GUN soundtrack, but Judas Priest declined, both because they thought the film would flop and because it would have meant leaving the song off TURBO. However, their next album, RAM IT DOWN, contained a cover of "Johnny B. Goode" that was featured in the soundtrack for the movie of the same title. "Parental Guidance" was written and recorded in response to Tipper Gore''s attack on the band. Her organization, the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), placed "Eat Me Alive" (from DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH) at #3 on their list of offensive songs (a.k.a. the "Filthy Fifteen"), as it allegedly was about performing oral sex at gunpoint. "Turbo Lover" was featured as one of the songs in the U.S. release of the 2001 PlayStation 2 game GRAN TURISMO 3. The album was ranked #39 on Metal-Rules.com list over the 50 greatest glam metal albums. The line at the end of "Parental Guidance", One life I''m gonna live it up!, is a nod to the earlier Judas Priest song "You''ve Got Another Thing Comin.''"

Music:

After seeing the chart success that such acts as Van Halen and Motley Crue were enjoying with their melodic hard rock sound, Judas Priest decided to give it a shot on TURBO. The presence of synthesizers can be heard throughout the album, while title track, "Locked In" and "Parental Guidance" would prove to be highlights. The band would subsequently wisely return to their familiar ultra-metal direction.

Judas Priest: Rob Halford (vocals); Glenn Tipton (guitar, guitar synthesizer); K.K. Downing (guitar, guitar synthesizer); Ian Hill (bass guitar); Dave Holland (drums).

Principally recorded at Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas in 1986.

Produced by Tom Allom.

Track Listing:

1. Turbo Lover - 5:33   
2. Locked In - 4:19   
3. Private Property - 4:29   
4. Parental Guidance - 3:25   
5. Rock You All Around the World - 3:37   
6. Out in the Cold - 6:27   
7. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days - 4:39   
8. Hot for Love - 4:12   
9. Reckless - 4:17
JUDAS PRIEST Turbo (1986) (COLUMBIA RECORDS) (9 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM Turbo (1986) (COLUMBIA RECORDS) (9 TRACKS)Judas Priest Album Description: TURBO is the 10th studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. The album was recorded J
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