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Judas Priest Live 1986: A Legendary Concert on DVD

Judas Priest is one of the most influential and successful heavy metal bands of all time. Their career spans over five decades and they have sold over 50 million albums worldwide. They are known for their powerful vocals, twin guitar attack, leather-clad image and anthemic songs.

One of their most memorable performances was captured on the Priest...Live! album, recorded at The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia on 15 June 1986 and the Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas on 27 June 1986[^3^]. The album features 19 tracks from their classic albums such as British Steel, Screaming for Vengeance, Defenders of the Faith and Turbo. The band delivers an energetic and electrifying show, with Rob Halford's soaring vocals, Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing's shredding solos, Ian Hill's solid bass and Scott Travis' thunderous drums.

If you are a fan of Judas Priest or heavy metal in general, you will not want to miss the opportunity to watch this legendary concert on DVD. You can download the Judas Priest Live 1986 Dvdrip from various online sources such as GetMetal[^1^] or YouTube[^2^]. You will be able to enjoy the high-quality video and audio of the concert, as well as some bonus features such as interviews, backstage footage and photo gallery. You will also be able to see the band's iconic stage props such as the Harley-Davidson motorcycle, the metal eagle and the hellion.

Judas Priest Live 1986 Dvdrip is a must-have for any metalhead's collection. It is a testament to the band's legacy and influence in the genre. It is also a great way to relive one of the best live shows ever recorded. So don't hesitate and download it today!Here are a few more paragraphs for the article:

Judas Priest's history goes back to 1969, when they were formed in Birmingham, England, by vocalist Al Atkins and bassist Brian Stapenhill. They took their name from Atkins' previous band, which was inspired by the Bob Dylan song "The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest". [^1^] The band went through several line-up changes and struggled to find a record deal until they signed with Gull Records in 1974. They also added guitarist Glenn Tipton to their ranks, completing the classic line-up of Atkins, Tipton, Downing and Hill.

However, Atkins soon left the band due to personal and musical differences, and was replaced by Rob Halford, a former cinema manager who had fronted several local bands. Halford brought a new vocal style and stage presence to the band, as well as a penchant for leather and studs. The band released their second album, Sad Wings of Destiny, in 1976, which showcased their progressive and heavy metal influences. The album received critical acclaim but poor sales, leading the band to sign with CBS Records for better distribution and promotion.

The band's breakthrough came with their third album, Sin After Sin, in 1977, which featured their first hit single "Diamonds and Rust", a cover of a Joan Baez song. The album also marked the debut of drummer Les Binks, who replaced Simon Phillips. Binks would play on the next two albums, Stained Class (1978) and Killing Machine (1978), which further refined the band's sound and image. Killing Machine was retitled Hell Bent for Leather in the US and featured the band's signature song "Breaking the Law". The band also began using elaborate stage props such as motorcycles, chains and whips. 9160f4acd4


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