Friday, December 10, 2010

"In My Head"

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(DML Music Entertainment, 1998)

I think I'm one of about five people that actually dug Rob Halford's dance-metal-thing Two. Sure, Fight (his first post-Priest band) had gone splitsville, and he'd said that metal was dead, but he meant popularity-wise when he said it. Not long after Two kinda fell apart, I guess when it hit that lotsa folks hated it, he fired up the metal again with his third band since leaving Judas Priest, Halford, then rejoined Priest, for a really good album, Angel of Retribution, followed by a stinky embarrassment, Nostradamus. They'd gone poop before, can you say Turbo?, then flushed it with good stuff, aka Painkiller, in the past, though, so my fingers are crossed.

Oh, yeah, so, like, today's selection is the bonus track from the Japanese version of Voyeurs. Unlike the Japanese bonus track on his previous outing, Fight's otherwise heavy-f'ing-kick-ass second-and-final album A Small Deadly Space, it's an actual song!

4 biased opinions:

James Von Sutekh said...

The 2nd "song" by Two I've ever had the misfortune to hear and unbelievably manages to distinguish itself by being even worse than the abominable "I'm a Pig". Much as I like uncle Rob, this was simply not one of his better ideas. We may also have to disagree about "Angel of Retribution" too, although "Loch Ness" did make me happy, albeit for all the wrong reasons.

Lightning Baltimore said...


The only thing about "Loch Ness" that made me happy was it ended.

Biki Honko said...

I love love love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yay!!!!!

Mark said...

Thank you for this. I hate it when there's a song you want and you can't just buy it (without spending $35 on a Japanese import CD).