Dying To Meet You - Judas Priest - Hero, Hero (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Dying To Meet You Drums – John Hinch Producer, Remix – Rodger Bain Recorded By – Vic Smith* B3: Never Satisfied Drums – John Hinch Producer, Remix – Rodger Bain Recorded By – Vic Smith* C1: Dreamer Deceiver Drums – Alan Moore (2) Producer – Geraint Hughes, Judas Priest Producer, Recorded By – Jeffrey Calvert /5(11).
  2. 'Hero, Hero' is a compilation that originally included the entire Rocka Rolla album, 6 of the 9 tracks from 's Sad Wings of Destiny, and a previously unreleased version of Joan Baez's "Diamonds & Rust" recorded for but not included on 'Sad Wings of Destiny' (the song was subsequently re-recorded for and appeared on 's Sin After Sin). On earlier editions of 'Hero, Hero.
  3. Dying To Meet You Drums – John Hinch Producer, Remix – Rodger Bain Recorded By – Vic Smith* B3: Never Satisfied Drums – John Hinch Producer, Remix – Rodger Bain Recorded By – Vic Smith* C1: Dreamer Deceiver Drums – Alan Moore (2) Producer – Geraint Hughes, Judas Priest Producer, Recorded By – Jeffrey Calvert 4/5(26).
  4. Issued in , Hero, Hero is a double LP reissue, which includes the entire Rocka Rolla album, as well as the majority of the songs from the under-rated Sad Wings of Destiny foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo addition, "Diamonds and Rust" is tacked onto the set, as well as one previously unreleased Priest number, a lightweight instrumental entitled "Prelude".
  5. Judas Priest - Dying to Meet You/Hero, Hero Lyrics. Came in this morning high on a bird's wing Quite open minded but still quite aware Followed the sunrise right through from dawning Pickin.
  6. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the album Hero Hero by Judas Priest on iHeartRadio!
  7. Jan 21,  · A vast improvement, a lot more space and reverb, punchier guitars, and a much darker vibe. Every Priest fan should own one of these. They are relatively rare, as most of the recent pressings include only the softer, brighter versions released in If you have a record player and you like early metal, this is a must have/5(16).
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