Judas Priest (formed in 1969), a heavy metal band from Birmingham, England announced a release of the expanded version of the album ‘Screaming for Vengeance’. First time the album was released on June 17 in 1982, then in 2001 a remastered CD version was released and now they have remastered the songs once again and included some bonus tracks.
You, guys, should know the history of the album to dig why it is so important for Judas Priest Band. The thing is that it was a real commercial bomb. RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) labeled the album gold in 1982, platinum in 1983 and two-times platinum in 2001. Not bad, yeah?
The guys do their best to advertise the album wherever they can, so why not to help them. this album is a real good purchase for all Judas Priest fans. It too includes a live DVD film at US Festival Show, Can Bernardino in 1983. The festival was actually a celebration of new technologies to become part and partial of music, a so-called marriage of computer and people. Yes, in the past people used to go to the store to purchase music. 🙂
Judas Priest – Breaking the Law – ’83