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Sin After Sin

Judas Priest

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 8th, 1977
Catalog ID:
CBS 82008
Label:
Columbia
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 92%)
Side A
1. Sinner 06:45   Show lyrics
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2. Diamonds and Rust (Joan Baez cover) 03:28   Show lyrics
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3. Starbreaker 04:53   Show lyrics
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4. Last Rose of Summer 05:40   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Let Us Prey / Call for the Priest 06:14   Show lyrics
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6. Raw Deal 06:00   Show lyrics
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7. Here Come the Tears 04:37   Show lyrics
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8. Dissident Aggressor 03:09   Show lyrics
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Band members
Robert Halford Vocals
Glenn Tipton Guitars, Piano (on track 7)
K. K. Downing Guitars
Ian Hill Bass
Guest/Session
Simon Phillips Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Roger Glover Producer
Mark Dodson Engineering
Roslav Szaybo Art direction
Bob Carlos Clarke Photography, Design
Robert Halford Vocals
Glenn Tipton Guitars, Piano (on track 7)
K. K. Downing Guitars
Ian Hill Bass
Roger Glover Producer
Mark Dodson Engineering
Roslav Szaybo Art direction
Bob Carlos Clarke Photography, Design
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The tracklisting differs from previous releases, but the re-masters have it the way the band originally intended and that's the one displayed below. The biggest change is the correction of the famous "Let Us Prey" mistake. "Let Us Prey" is the short intro to "Call for the Priest", but on many compilations (and the original listing) "Let Us Prey" is listed as the longer track.

Tracks 1. 4. 6, & 7 by Halford & Tipton.
Tracks 3, 5, & 8 by Halford, Downing, & Tipton.
Track 2 by Baez.

Recording information:

Recorded January - February 1977, Ramport Studios, Battersea, UK.

Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): CBS.S.82008 AI. NICK W. DH CRIMINAL RECORDS
Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): CBS.S.82008 BI. NICK W.
Matrix / Runout (Label A): S CBS 82008 A°
Matrix / Runout (Label B): S CBS 82008 B°

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