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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par LICCIONI OLIVIER le 23 octobre 2014
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1 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Pascalred le 18 avril 2014
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Cet album est l'histoire de judas priest , du bon rock début 70's, étonnant à la première écoute et vite on s'attache à ce disque.
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"Barroom fighter, ten pint a-nighter, Definite 99" 13 juin 2005
Par mwreview - Publié sur Amazon.com
Rocka Rolla was Judas Priest's debut LP released in 1974. It features the mainstays of the band Glenn Tipton, K.K. Downing, Ian Hill, and, of course, the legendary Rob Halford on vocals (he is credited as "Bob" Halford on the packaging for this release). It was John Hinch's turn on the musical drummer stools for this one. For fans of 1980s Priest, Rock Rolla is a mixed bag of classic rockers, soft ballads, catchy radio tracks, experimental riffs, long epic anthems, and short songs that run together. The overall sound demonstrates a definite Black Sabbath influence with darkness and depth. Rocka Rolla rocks, but it rocks in the classic 1970s hard rock sense, not in the adrenaline-pumping aggression of 1980s Priest masterpieces like Defenders of the Faith.

The debut begins with "One for the Road," a quintessential Black Sabbath style opener. It has a plodding beat but does pick up the tempo. "Rocka Rolla" is the most recognizable track on this album. A television performance for this song can be found on the DVD Electric Eye. "Rocka Rolla" is "hella killa" from the cool opening guitar riff to the addictive chorus. The next three tracks run together to give the impression of a long, epic piece. "Winter" (1:41) offers a quiet background intro that builds up into a dark, very Black Sabbath sounding track. At the drum solo it switches to "Deep Freeze" (1:20) so that, unless you are watching the CD track counter, you may not even realize the song has changed. It then moves into "Winter Retreat" (3:27) that begins with distorted, experimental guitar sounds with strange, dark sound effects (very Black Sabbath-like) then becomes a very pleasant song for the last minute. It is a laid-back relaxing number that is all too brief.

"Cheater" is a driving, classic rocker with harmonica provided by Halford. The guitar riff sounds like "My Sharona" by the Knack. The lyrics are about a man finding his girl in bed with another man. "Never Satisfied" is a classic, raw, stripped-down rocker. It is one of my favorites. Offering a change of pace is "Run of the Mill," a soft epic number running 8:30. The powerful ending with the beautiful keyboards really enhances this piece. "Dying to Meet You" (6:15) is another slow track but picks up around the 4:00 mark and offers Halford's signature wails and breakneck speed vocals. The album ends with a 2:00 instrumental "Caviar and Meths." This track was the concert finale used in the early years of Priest when Al Atkins was the vocalist. It was cut on this album. The entire piece is available on Atkins' solo project Victim of Changes and it is difficult to tell they are the same track because Atkins' version is a 7:00 rocker with vocals.

As a whole, Rocka Rolla is an excellent debut and this version has the bottlecap cover which is much cooler than the cover they have for the remastered version. It has a lot to offer; something for everyone. Fans of 1980s Judas Priest should give it a try and fans of 1970s classic rock should definitely pick it up.
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Par Donald M. Barajas Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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i chose to do this review for several reasons. in your editorial views it
is stated this originaly was put out by guil records. though it seems to
be a bit picky i mention it because gull records would not sign priest do
to the fact they didnt think they would ever make it. a 2nd try by priest
was also denied and the band already thought of throwing in the towel.they practiced under a pub in birmingham england after it closed &
charged very little to play there. rob,ian,kk and glenn survived on beans
and crackers and slept there overnite until the pub would open. finally a
break thru of sorts. after 2 tries, gull gave them a shot. they recorded
rocka rolla and played on the " top of the pops " on bbc. ( pickup the
making of british steel where u can see them play rocka rolla, deciever,
and take on the world. U HAVE TO SEE THIS !!! although rocka rolla only
sold just over 1000 copies ( i have one ) gull gave them the okay to go
with their 2nd release "sad wings of destiny". when i first listened to it
i was blown away. its a masterpiece to me. albums that you can play all
the way thru without skipping songs is very very rare. although they still
struggled w/ gull they finally got picked up by columbia and the rest is history as all u priest fans know. the rocka rolla album had 2 interesting
things. one was that the cover of the album featured the top of a glass
bottle of pop with rocka rolla on top of the cap design. in the early
1980's, the company of coke or coke a cola told priest they had to remove
that design off the album because it compared to close to the top of a
bottle of coke. there is now a new design on that cover with an evilish
type of flying machine on it. another little trivia is that on rocka rolla
rob halford used bob halford on the back cover and in the credits. on sad
wings of destiney he used robert halford and then he went on to rob halford since then.rocka rolla is a great album and the song dying to meet
u about a soldier in war and the terror only one could imagine if they
were in that position really grabs on to you and holds on and then the
soldier returns to find almost equal terror as he tries to shed those
horrible memories. again , its a great album and i suggest u pick it up
and add it to your collection. watch for priests next release that is a
concept album about the mystery and predictions on nostradomus. to all
priest fans , i know its been 10 yrs but angel of retribution is as if
rob never left. its meavy metal a its best. cd id do out in 2007.
don barajas, author
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Classic 11 mai 2005
Par JG - Publié sur Amazon.com
An incredible record, even more so being a debut. This release shows more breadth of style than any other from JP. Very heavy at times, and very melodic (more so than any later release) at others. Rocka Rolla is steeped in the psychadelic 60s, while at the same time foreshadowing the modern heavy metal era. If I could have one JP record, this would be it.
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Not the same Priest sound, but still an amazing hard rock album 31 juillet 2010
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Before Judas Priest became a metal institution, before the leather and spikes, there was Rocka Rolla, the 1974 debut from a band still carving their own sound. Rocka Rolla will no doubt shock a lot of Judas Priest fans who expect an earlier version of their metal classic Sad Wings of Destiny. In fact, Rocka Rolla barely qualifies as heavy metal at all. It is, however, a great, heavy, hard rock album with a lot in common with bands like Atomic Rooster, Budgie and of course Black Sabbath, whose producer Rodger Bain was used here.

You can still hear previews of the later Priest sound here, especially on the longer "Winter/Deep Freeze/Winter Retreat/Cheater" suite and "Dying to Meet You," but for the most part Rocka Rolla is a straightforward hard rocking affair. Tipton and Downing focus more on bluesy riffing and almost prog rock solos, and Halford rarely unleashes his higher-octave screams. It's still an excellent album, even if by Judas Priest standards it's like a wayward stepchild. I'm a big fan of the `70s rock sound, particularly what the Brits were doing, and by those standards Rocka Rolla is one of the very best.

If you're coming at this from strictly a metal perspective, or are expecting more of the "Hell Bent for Leather" Judas Priest style, you probably will be disappointed by Rocka Rolla. If you're a fan of `70s era hard rock though, Rocka Rolla is an absolute treasure, not to mention an illuminating look at the earliest days of one of the most influential bands in metal.

Edition Notes: There are a couple of different CD issues of Rocka Rolla out there. The main difference seems to be that one has the original "bottle cap" cover and one has the later, sci-fi looking artwork. Both appear to include the bonus cover of Joan Baez's "Diamonds and Rust," which is a different version than the one included on Sin After Sin.
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Judas Priest are...Dying to Meet You! 3 août 2007
Par Mattowarrior - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
And so begins an epic journey that would last three more albums, before the relatively more commercial pastures of Hell Bent For Leather.

Priest's Debut is neither the farce that many people say, nor is it on the par with Sad Wings Of Destiny. What it is though, IS epic, and classic.

One for the Road is decent, but its the definition of filler track in this era of Priest in my opinion.

The title track gives indication of some of the more commercial tracks and albums that would come on future albums, complete with a dancable groove, but also wicked guitar dual leads and evil riffs (At times a Sabbath type figure appears, such as the beginning of the song).

The "Winter" opus is Sabbath meets Zeppelin by way of 70's Scorpions in a way, but is over before it can start becoming an epic on par with later works. The next three songs though, are some of the best Priest have recorded, and ARE on par with the next album!

Never Satisfied comes out with a very heavy riff that fuses the heavy bands of the Seventies in one fell swoop, Dying to Meet You is an epic "power ballad" that foreshadows the intensity of THE GREATEST JUDAS PRIEST SONG OF ALL TIME, Dreamer Deceiver!

Dying to Meet You works mainly because of Rob Halford. He starts with a very low baritone, almost gothic voice backed by clean guitars, and ascends into a heavy galloping riff in the end complete with Halford shrieking. This is the beginning of EPIC metal, and cannot be looked over and ignored. Just ask bands like Opeth, who's Mikael Akerfeldt has called the first four Priest albums some of his favorites.

It has dynamics that NOONE, and I'm even including the most underrated Euro-Metal of the time (even Scorpions) had, only Queen had these type of Opera-like dynamics, but they weren't (really) metal.

So in my opinion, Rocka Rolla, isn't "one of the worst" Priest albums at all.

Sure, the production is dry and the dynamics stunted because of the production, but by any means, it remains a Priest classic.

I would compare it best to Ram it Down, because like Ram it Down foreshadows Painkiller which was better, Rocka Rolla foreshadows Sad Wings of Destiny.
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