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Desert Plains - Judas Priest - Metal Works 73-93 (CD)

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  1. Mihule J. Liner note to Supraphon CD 11 , which includes the work played by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karel Ančerl. David Vaughan. "Josef Horak, a twentieth-century Czech hero". Český Rozhlas. 24 July "Lidice Memorial: History". saithiniusforceweavergholbinn.xyzinfo 10 July Retrieved
  2. Metal Works is a compilation album by Judas Priest, released in A remastered edition was released in , with the same track listing. All material was previously available.
  3. Judas Priest – Desert Plains. 6 Comments; 0 Tags From desert plains I bring you love From desert plains I bring you love This song is about a dead lover who longs to be with his (or hers) living lover. The song is the message it sends the living to make it known there is an afterlife. With this knowledge, the lovers are no longer apart.
  4. Feb 26,  · Due to complications and conflicts with Gull Records, Metal Works contains no songs from the first two albums (the aforementioned Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny). Instead, a live version (from Unleashed in the East) of “Victim of Changes” is subbed in to represent the early period of the Priest.
  5. Metal Works '' Judas Priest. / 10 (0 voturi) Nota ta: Categorii: Hard & Heavy. Artist: Judas Priest. Casa de discuri: Sony Music. Data publicării: Desert Plains (Album Version) 7. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days (Album Version) 8. Heading out to .
  6. Metal Works ''93, a Compilation of songs by Judas Priest. Released on Columbia (catalog no. C2K ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal.
  7. Metal Works ''93 () is a Compilation album by Judas Priest. Rating: 90/ Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock. Songs: The Hellion, Electric Eye, Victim of Changes (Live), Painkiller, Eat Me Alive.
  8. The Fuel Of The Furnace Pt.9 - Desert Plains. “Wild Mountain Thunder Echoes My Quest ” Origins. If one sets out to find Judas Priest’s most controversial and debated album, “Point Of Entry” might be the first one on the list.

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