Episode 83 – Judas Priest – Rocka Rolla (Part 1)

Rock Roulette Podcast
Episode 83 - Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla (Part 1)
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Episode 83 is here! Even though the wheel is 2 weeks back from its drunken vacation it still decides to throw us a curveball. It’s the1974 debut album from the band Judas Priest, Rocka Rolla! Will this be METAL?? Stay Tuned!

Rocka Rolla is the debut studio album by English heavy metal band Judas Priest, released on 6 September 1974 by Gull Records. It was produced by Rodger Bain, who had made a name for himself as the producer of Black Sabbath’s first three albums. It is the only album to feature drummer John Hinch.

According to the band, the entire album was played live in the studio rather than having individual musicians record alone.

Judas Priest
Rob Halford – Vocals, harmonica
Glenn Tipton – Guitars, synthesizers, backing vocals
K. K. Downing – Guitars
Ian Hill – Bass guitar
John Hinch – Drums
Alan Moore – Drums (track 11 only)

Production
Rodger Bain – Producer
Vic Smith – Engineer
John Pasche – Cover concept
Bryce Atwell – Cover art photo
Alan Johnson – Band photographs

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