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Performer: Judas Priest
Title: Painkiller
Style: Heavy Metal
Year 2002
Country Europe
Genre: Rock
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Judas Priest - Painkiller download album

Painkiller is the twelfth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, released in September 1990. It is the last Judas Priest album to feature lead singer Rob Halford until his return for the 2005 album Angel of Retribution and the first to feature drummer Scott Travis. Painkiller is the first Judas Priest album to feature drummer Scott Travis, who replaced long-time drummer Dave Holland in 1989.

Painkiller (1990) by Judas Priest. Labels: Columbia Records, Sony Music. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, K. K. Downing, Ian Hill, Scott Travis.

Faster than a bullet, terrifying scream Enraged and full of anger, he's half man and half machine Rides the Metal Monster, breathing smoke and fire Closing in with vengeance soaring high. He is the Painkiller This is the Painkiller

Painkiller is the first Judas Priest album to feature drummer Scott Travis, who replaced long-time drummer Dave Holland in 1989. Travis was previously a member of Los Angeles band Racer X. The album was recorded at Miraval Studios, Brignoles, France in early 1990 and mixed at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, the Netherlands later that year. It was produced by the band and Chris Tsangarides, marking the first time since 1978's Killing Machine that Judas Priest had not worked with Tom Allom. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Painkiller (Judas Priest album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.

Judas Priest finally released Painkiller on September 3rd, 1990. It was an instant classic. The band came roaring back into the heavy metal universe with perhaps its heaviest release yet. Painkiller was a speed metal masterpiece, and its take no prisoners style was very influential over the next decade and a half, especially to German power metal bands such as Primal Fear and Gamma Ray. Unlike in previous albums, every song is strong on Painkiller. If Painkiller had a weak point, it would be the lyrics that were put together for the album's songs. Judas Priest has never been known for writing deep or introspective lyrics, but what you'll find on Painkiller is some of the worst of their career.


1 Painkiller 06:07
2 Hell Patrol 03:37
3 All Guns Blazing 03:57
4 Leather Rebel 03:35
5 Metal Meltdown 04:50
6 Night Crawler 05:45
7 Between The Hammer & The Anvil 04:49
8 A Touch Of Evil 05:45
9 Battle Hymn 00:57
10 One Shot At Glory 06:48
Bonus Tracks
11 Living Bad Dreams 05:22
12 Leather Rebel (Live) 03:38


Booklet: 8 pages. Released in a regular Jewel Case with clear tray.

On back cover:
© 1990 Sony Music Entertainment ℗ 2002 Monsters of Rock Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MOFR 0237

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
467290 1 Judas Priest Painkiller ‎(LP, Album) CBS 467290 1 Europe 1990
SICP-20047 Judas Priest Painkiller ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Blu) Sony Records Int'l SICP-20047 Japan 2009
502139 2, 502139 5 Judas Priest Painkiller ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Sli) Columbia, Sony Music Media 502139 2, 502139 5 Europe 2004
70.154 Judas Priest Painkiller - "Mata Dolores" ‎(LP, Album) Columbia 70.154 Argentina 1990
CK 46891 Judas Priest Painkiller ‎(CD, Album, RE) Columbia CK 46891 US Unknown