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“If we’re talking true metal, British Steel is essential. A seminal heavy metal record. As far as uptempo, progressive heavy metal went, Judas Priest were alone in the ‘70s.
"I know the influences that they had – bands like Glenn Hughes’ Trapeze and what not – but they had their own ideas, and they carved their own identities as metal masters.
“The twin-guitar team of Glenn and KK is one of the greatest in the annals of the genre. Their playing on British Steel is so distinctive, so cutting and tight. It’s almost like they’re one guitarist.”