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Release date: 26 February 1981
Style: Heavy metal, Hard rock

Rating:

7.3 | 352 votes

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01. Heading Out To The Highway
02. Don't Go
03. Hot Rockin'
04. Turning Circles
05. Desert Plains
06. Solar Angels
07. You Say Yes
08. All The Way
09. Troubleshooter
10. On The Run
11. Thunder Road [Recorded during the 1988 Ram It Down sessions] [2001 re-release bonus]
12. Desert Plains [Live at Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri, USA in 23 May 1986] [2001 re-release bonus]

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Line-up
Robert John Arthur "Rob" Halford - vocals
Kenneth "K.K." Downing - guitar
Glenn Raymond Tipton - guitar
Dave Holland - drums
Ian Frank Hill - bass


Additional info
Produced by Judas Priest and Tom Allom.

Guest review by
Mattybu

Rating:
7.0
In 1980, Judas Priest released the commercial success of British Steel, an album unlike anything they had done before. Would 1981's Point of Entry emulate this sound? No. However, this isn't necessarily a bad thing. The album is more like their previous works, and while not being an amazing album or groundbreaking by any means, fans of the older Judas Priest sound should appreciate it.

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published 21.07.2011 | Comments (6)

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Valentin B - 20.10.2012 at 04:39  
  This album imo has some of the most underrated tracks Priest ever recorded, such as Hot Rockin' and Desert Plains, which is probably the best motorcycle song ever recorded. Heading out to the Highway is also a really great driving song and I love the guitar solo in that song. Hot Rockin' was one of the first Priest songs I ever heard because of the video on VH1 Rocks. I remember seeing the guitar/microphone on fire thing and thinking "damn, this is the most awesome thing ever".

The rest of the album though isn't that good
Nick K. - 23.02.2014 at 18:30  
  The most misunderstood Priest album somehow. I find it more interesting than British Steel. Every song is solid and a few songs are great and belong to my favourite Judas Priest songs.
Azarath - 23.02.2014 at 19:23  
Rating: 7 Take the first side, replace "Turning Circles" with "Solar Angels" and you got a good EP.

That said, I like the general laid-back vibe of the album, even if some of the songs get awfully generic.
Dungeon Shaker - 26.02.2014 at 01:59  
Rating: 4 Desert Plains is top tier Priest, Heading Out the Highway isn't too shabby. The rest is pretty meh.

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