Judas Priest - Turbo
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April 14, 1986 / Release Date
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I'm probably the only Priest fan on Earth who actually really really loves this record. On Turbo the band finally breaks out of their normal formula a little, introducing synths to their sound and showing off their experimental side. Most people dislike this record, and I can see why, as it's not as Priest sounding as their other records, but i think that works in the bands favour. Sure, theres still straightforward high energy tracks that you'd expect from the band, but there is also some ... read more
I don't exactly want to hear this again. This is their most bland and uninspired album yet. All of the sounds from the instruments are so basic and it feels like I've heard all of these songs, but I can assure I haven't. They don't really explore much into conducting diverse instrumentation, with it feeling formulated: one riff, repeated constantly, changing occasionally, not even an interesting one; hooks with lyrics that are basic and lame, repeated over and over, changing for verses ... read more
I don't quite know why people hate Turbo so much, but regardless of the reason, I like it quite a bit.
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