- Performer:Judas Priest
- Title:Sin After Sin/Stained Class
- Style:British Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,New Wave of British Heavy Metal,Album Rock
- Date of release:1984
- Size FLAC version1209 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1807 megabytes
- Size WMA version1975 megabytes
- Formats:MPC RA MIDI ADX MP1 TTA
Sin After Sin is the third studio album by English heavy metal band Judas Priest, released in 1977. It was remastered in 2001 with two bonus tracks added. According to guitarist . Downing the album title was possibly inspired from a lyric in the Judas Priest-song "Genocide". The album represented several major milestones in the group's career; the band made their major label debut and were able to work with a famous musical artist as their producer, former Deep Purple member Roger Glover.
Photography – Bob Carlos-Clarke, Judas Priest Archives. Producer – Judas Priest, Roger Glover. Originally released in 1977, this remastered re-release contains two bonus tracks: ● "Race With The Devil" was recorded during demo sessions for the
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After all, when Sin After Sin arrived on April 8, 1977, Judas Priest remained a promising but unproven proposition, still lurking in the commercial shadow of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, despite the significant creative growth spurt undertaken between 1974's uneven Rocka Rolla and 1976's astonishingly accomplished Sad Wings of Destiny. But by then, Judas Priest's third album had been overshadowed by ensuing successes like Stained Class, Hell Bent for Leather, British Steel, and a coterie of America-conquering '80s efforts. Luckily, Priest fans are known for having a long memory and remember all too well that their heroes took a crucial few steps forward with Sin After Sin. Worldwide notoriety would have to wait, but Judas Priest were on their way. Ranking Every Judas Priest Album. Judas Priest’s Real-Life 'Spinal Tap' Stories. Next: Top 10 Judas Priest Songs.
Listen free to Judas Priest – Sin After Sin (Sinner, Diamonds and Rust and more). Sin After Sin is the third album by the British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1977. It was the band's first album released by Columbia Records after terminating their contract with Gull Records. Consequently, Judas Priest lost all rights to Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny, and any other demo recordings made during the production of the two albums.