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Hero, Hero

Judas Priest

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
1981
Catalog ID:
GUD 2005/6
Label:
Gull
Format:
2 vinyls (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
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Disc 1
Side A
1. Prelude 02:02   instrumental
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2. Tyrant 04:27   Show lyrics
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3. Rocka Rolla 03:02   Show lyrics
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4. One for the Road 04:34   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Victim of Changes 07:48   Show lyrics
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6. Dying to Meet You 06:20   Show lyrics
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7. Never Satisfied 04:51   Show lyrics
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  33:04  
Disc 2
Side A
1. Dreamer Deceiver 05:54   Show lyrics
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2. Deceiver 02:45   Show lyrics
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3. Winter 03:03   Show lyrics
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4. Deep Freeze 01:57   Show lyrics
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5. Winter Retreat 01:32   Show lyrics
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6. Cheater 02:59   Show lyrics
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Side B
7. Diamonds & Rust (Joan Baez cover) 03:16   Show lyrics
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8. Run of the Mill 08:34   Show lyrics
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9. Genocide 05:48   Show lyrics
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10. Caviar and Meths 02:02   instrumental
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  37:50  
Miscellaneous staff
John Pasche Logo
Melvyn Grant Cover art
Alan Morrison Artwork
David Howells Design
Bob Fisher Mastering
John Pasche Logo
Melvyn Grant Cover art
Alan Morrison Artwork
David Howells Design
Bob Fisher Mastering
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Hero, Hero consists of all ten tracks from the Rocka Rolla album , six tracks from the Sad Wings of Destiny album, and an alternate version of "Diamonds And Rust".
The tracks from Rocka Rolla and "Diamonds And Rust" were remixed by Rodger Bain in 1981. The tracks from Sad Wings of Destiny were not remixed.
Hero, Hero was released under the Gull Records in an effort to "capitalize on Judas Priest's popularity."
Judas Priest's management firmly states that people should not buy these compilations.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hero,_Hero)

Added by: JoeyCruel Modified by: Metal_Thrasher90
Added on: 2011-05-08 14:33:56 Last modified on: 2015-02-05 16:48:36