Judas Priest – Point Of Entry (1981)

A bit of a weaker entry into the extensive Judas Priest catalog, but not an album without it’s charms. Supposedly written after Halford relocated to Arizona, Point Of Entry is the perfect driving album. I decided to try that out, and being stuck in traffic on the M4 wasn’t exactly the perfect vision I had in mind, but I could not deny the tunes coming from my car stereo.

My biggest complaint with this is that it seems like such a step back from the personality the band were creating for themselves with albums like Killing Machine and British Steel.