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|1.||Victim of Changes||07:54||Show lyrics|
|2.||The Ripper||02:51||Show lyrics|
|3.||Dreamer Deceiver||05:54||Show lyrics|
|9.||Island of Domination||04:24||Show lyrics|
|K. K. Downing||Guitars|
|Glenn Tipton||Guitars, Piano, Vocals (backing)|
|John Pasche||Art direction|
|Jeffrey Calvert||Producer, Engineering|
|Patrick Woodroffe||Cover art|
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On the sleeve of the original pressing by Gull Records (shown here), the tracklisting puts side B before side A.
The CD first pressing by RCA (cat.-no. 4747-2-R) opens with Prelude.
Later CD versions open with Victim of Changes instead of Prelude. The Ovation Records version on vinyl does this as well.
The band's official discography begins with Victim of Changes.
There is a CD reissue by Line Records which lists Prelude as the opening track on the inlay tracklist, but on the CD itself lists Victim of Changes as the opener, which is how the CD actually plays.
The original Spanish vinyl edition was titled "Tristes Alas del Destino" and was released by Gull (LP 0088, 1976) in gatefold cover (with a huge promo photo and some description in Spanish).
Tracks 2, 5 and 8 by Glenn Tipton
Track 6 by Rob Halford and Glenn Tipton
Tracks 4, 7 and 9 by Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing
Tracks 1 and 3 by Al Atkins, Rob Halford, Glen Tipton and K.K. Downing.
Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales, November/December, 1975.