8 thoughts on “ Run Of The Mill - Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Nataxe says:
    Judas Priest's first album, Rocka Rolla, is a kind of "forgotten" album. Mainly because of two things; the fact that "Gull Records" owns the rights, and is not very friendly with Priest about it, and that it got a lot of negative reviews in the 80's and 90's when Priest got really popular/5.
  2. Bragore says:
    Judas Priest Rocka Rolla records, LPs and CDs.
  3. Tygosar says:
    'Rocka Rolla' is a poppy, quirky sing along track and the epic 'Run Of the Mill' is an amazing example of a melancholic ballad that builds to a suitably high-pitched finale and showcases a young Rob Halford's great vocal range. I don't see why anyone interested in how Judas Priest first began wouldn't find something of interest here/5().
  4. Tora says:
    As Judas Priest embark on their Farewell World ‘Epitaph’ tour, now is the time to celebrate their past achievements. ‘Rocka Rolla’ was the seminal debut album by the UK’s best loved and most influential heavy rock bands. The group, with Glenn Tipton and KK.
  5. Mira says:
    Nov 25,  · Rocka Rolla, an Album by Judas Priest. Released in on Visa (catalog no. IMP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock/5(1).
  6. Faekus says:
    About Run of the Mill "Run of the Mill" is a ballad by British rock band Judas Priest from their debut album Rocka Rolla. The song was the first written by guitarist K. K. Downing, soon after vocalist Rob Halford joined the band. Downing wrote it, in part, to display Halford's unique vocal range.
  7. Gobar says:
    The debut album from heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest returns for Record Store Day Black Friday, with the classic cola bottle cover, this time on "cola bottle green" g vinyl with a raised, embossed cover. A1 One For The Road A2 Rocka Rolla A3 Winter A4 Deep Freeze A5 Winter Retreat A6 Cheater.
  8. Tozuru says:
    "Rocka Rolla" is the debut studio album by legendary heavy metal band Judas Priest. "Rocka Rolla" shows quite the different Priest compared to their more well known 80's works and even their other 70's albums to some extent. As with many early heavy metal acts, Judas Priest began with a blues-based form of heavy metal.

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