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Judas Priest

Turbo

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 1986

Label: Columbia Records

Catalog Number: CK-40158

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (12 ratings)

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Judas Priest Turbo Album Cover

Personnel
K.K. Downing guitar
Rob Halford vocals
Ian Hill bass
Dave Holland drums
Glenn Tipton guitar
Tracks
1.  Turbo Lover  5:33
2.  Locked In  4:19
3.  Private Property  4:29
4.  Parental Guidance  3:25
5.  Rock You All Around the World  3:37
6.  Out in the Cold  6:27
7.  Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days  4:39
8.  Hot for Love  4:12
9.  Reckless  4:17
  
Total Running Time:  40:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scandinavia Date: August 29, 2003 at 12:24
Here they really tried to go commercial but ended up with an okay release anyway...Solid as hell as every Priest release...METAL GODS!!!

From: Fat Freddy Date: August 31, 2003 at 12:44
Even though this is far from Priest's best album, it's kind of a sentimental favorite for me 'cos this tour was the very first concert I ever went to... was it really SEVENTEEN years ago already? Christ, I'm old.

From: Rocker76 Date: October 31, 2003 at 13:37
Priest did go a little commerical with the keyboards but it's still classic Priest. Out in the Cold, Turbo Lover, and Reckless really stand out. The last great Priest album in my opinion.

From: pablo Date: December 5, 2003 at 15:15
Clasicazo del hard rock ,mi disco favorito de juas priest ,idela para fans del rock USA de los 80

From: K.K. POLAND Date: February 1, 2004 at 8:57
GREAT STUFF !!!! YEAH, REALLY ROCKS ! RECKLESS, TURBO LOVER, HOT FOR LOVE, OUT IN THE COLD, YEAH, REALLY AMAZING LITTLE BIT OF AOR SOUND, GREAT !!!

From: Jgg Date: April 5, 2004 at 17:55
Un poco diferente a los demas pero....iguel de exelente...

From: MaidenWV Date: May 4, 2004 at 12:32
Even when you are the founders of modern metal(IMO), you may have a moment of insanity, this was there moment. Thankfully they straightened that out.

From: pie Date: June 28, 2004 at 14:57
como descargo este HP

From: Big Papa K Date: July 7, 2004 at 18:06
Though often considered the worst album of the Halford era due to the big change of sound, there is actually some interesting stuff on here. The synths work well on songs such as "Turbo Lover" and "Locked In". But "Parental Guidance" sounds like a Quiet Riot leftover. 7/10

From: OmegaRyther Date: July 15, 2004 at 14:23
Forse il peggior album dei Judas Priest, ha un sound troppo "anni 80", che lo ha sfalsato dalla musica che di solito questa band fa... per fortuna ritornano subito in carreggiata!!!!!nn vedo l'ora di sentire il nuovo album dopo the return of Rob Alford in the band!!!!!!

From: adanevans Date: August 6, 2004 at 7:47
Si te gustan los teclados ochenteros este es tu disco. "Out In The Cold" y "Reckless" son joyas. Disco poco valorado. Ya las podian haber tocado en Barcelona coņo!.8/10

From: jack Date: August 13, 2004 at 5:53
The album sounds like melodic metal,not heavy metal.i'm surprise judas priest's album would sound like this. its like produce by hair band like dokken or scorpion. However,my favourite priest album.

From: metal rulz Date: December 21, 2004 at 23:47
By this time they tried something popular that was around at the time. The use of keyboards really made a huge difference, but I still like it. They got a more commercial sound, but without forgeting they were PRIEST. I really enjoy listening to this one all day and all night, doesn't matter the synths and keyboards...

From: Papa Knows Date: January 19, 2005 at 16:55
The turkeys and complaining so much... This album ainīt so good as Screaming For Vengeance or Painkiller, but itīs so fuckinī good! It could get a better reception if was an album of a Hard/Heavy band, like Dokken or Quiet Riot, but donīt care and BUY IT!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: May 14, 2005 at 9:44
Great Heavy Metal album, al igual que ocurre en los Maiden con su Somewhere in time, albums mucho mas comerciales pero a ala vez de una calidad grandiosa y justo ambos del gran 86, sin duda un clasico del metal y de lo mejor de la banda, Turbo Lover, Hot for Love, Reckless 3 cortes extraordinarios que gustaran a los amantes de todos los estilo AOR, Heavy, Thrash etc, todo un clasico Imprescindible en tu coleccion.

From: KISS Date: August 31, 2005 at 6:31
This album shows some signs that priest are doing more to try and get some mainstream success (though i would say they achieved it!) with the use of guitar synthesizer..not keyboard contrary to some 'belief'. This is no poison/warrant but it-in some way-is quite different from priest's earlier work. Locked in and the title track shows a lot of signs in priest's new sound. I like locked in's guitar solo.

From: KISS Date: August 31, 2005 at 6:34
It's strange to hear a '30's something' guys (no disrespect to halford and co.) sing about 'parental guidance'. The best track here is the epic/semi-ballad, out in the cold. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days sounds more like a heavier hair/glam/pop metal song-both musically lyrically-than your average classic priest song. The most overlooked song in the album has got to be reckless for it's awesome intro and work. Overall, priest's worst album since rocka rolla. ratings: 6/10

From: Date: September 13, 2005 at 15:28
HEY, DAN THE JUDAS DESERVES TO BE IN HEAVY HARMONIES... GREAT ALBUM, MY FAVORITE PRIVATE PROPERTY.. 9/10

From: underworld king Date: February 14, 2010 at 21:46
The most commercial release by JP but it has some rocking songs on it. I listen to this album and remember the good times of my younger days as a teenager in the 80's.

From: pie75 Date: June 20, 2012 at 1:42
i understand why this album divided a lot of priest fans they did try to be commercial maybe for the american market you have to remember it was 1986 still it's not a great priest album but it's not as bad as people make out i did liketurbo lover,locked in,private property parental guidance and out in the cold

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 23, 2013 at 19:23
It'ss 1986, the NWOBHM is long over, and hair-metal is the flavor of the day. Suddenly, and for the first time, Judas Priest find themselvessounding like an aging band fumbling for a new identity in new times. And so we get Turbo, a heavily-processed, keyboard-drenched album that, while not terrible, sure doesn't sound like the Priest of even just two years before. "Turbo Lover" succeeds in spite of itself (and its video), while "Locked In" shows a little of the fist-pumping swagger of old. Elsewhere, "Wild Nights" and "Reckless" are acceptable stabs at Sunset Strip-style pop-metal, and "Out In The Cold" is an okay, but very un-Priestly semi-ballad (you'd never guess who it was just by listening to the first minute or so). "Parental Guidance" is as silly as its title suggests, an attempt at a Twisted Sister-style teen anthem performed by men in their mid-30's, pretty embarrassing. In the end, only "Turbo Lover" is an essential track, just because, like I say, somehow, in spite of every

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 22, 2016 at 11:24
This is probably the most commercial release ever done by Rob Halford & C.o.Some people like it some other not(a matter of tastes)but for me was a pretty cool one..."Out In The Cold" is my fave in here along with "Hot For Love" & "Reckless"...87/100

From: hair metal again Date: March 4, 2021 at 14:28
excellent release for JUDAS PRIEST as usual ,this time going more commercial but without losing their identity !anthemic songs ,great solos and Rob as always shining with his vocals !"turbo lover","private property",'wild nights ,hot &crazy days" are fine songs indeed!love it


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