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Al Atkins - Victim Of Changes Album

Al Atkins - Victim Of Changes Album
Victim Of Changes
Al Atkins
Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
21 Jan 1998
MP3 album size:
1654 mb
FLAC album size:
1505 mb
Neat Records


Written-By – Atkins, Hill, Downing
2The Melt Down
Written-By – May
3Never Satisfied
Written-By – Atkins, Downing
4Holy Is The Man
Written-By – Atkins
5Mind Conception
Written-By – Atkins
Written-By – May
7Black Sheep Of The Family
Written-By – Hammond
8Caviar And Meths
Written-By – Atkins
9Victim Of Changes
Written-By – Atkins, Tipton, Downing, Halford


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NM027Al Atkins Victim Of Changes ‎(CD, Album)Neat Metal RecordsNM027UK1998
PUL0008Al Atkins Victim Of Changes ‎(CD, Album)Pulse Records PUL0008US1998


  • Backing VocalsAndy Pyke
  • BassPete Emms
  • Cover, ArtworkAndy Warwick
  • DrumsDave Holland
  • Engineer, ProducerMark Stuart
  • GuitarPaul May
  • Photography ByNeil Price
  • ProducerAtkins, May
  • VocalsAl Atkins


(p) & (c) Neat Metal Records 1998
Written on front cover:
Featuring ex-Judas Priest members Al Atkins and Dave Holland
Track 3 is a cover of the song originally by Fat Mattress / Quatermass


  • Made By – Pony Canyon Inc.


Victim of Changes is ex-Judas Priest singer Al Atkins's fourth release, named after a Judas Priest song of the same name originally featured on the Sad Wings of Destiny album. The album's sleeve contains three pages of historic photos and a biography outlining his days in Judas Priest. Former Judas Priest drummer Dave Holland plays on this release. The album was recorded during the summer of 1997 at Mad Hat Studios in Walsall, England. Mark Stuart was the engineer. Victim of Changes is a song by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, featured on their 1976 studio album Sad Wings of Destiny. Adrien Begrand, writing for PopMatters, claimed the song changed the course of metal history. Vocalist Rob Halford's performance is considered one of his finest ever, the guitar work is noted as well, Bob Gendron praising the song's landslide riffs in the Chicago Tribune. The song has come to be regarded as one of the band's classics, and Martin Popoff listed it at No. Al Atkins - Victim of Changes 1998. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Heavy Metal. Al Atkins. 4 студийный альбом Al Atkins. Songs in album Al Atkins - Victim of Changes 1998. Al Atkins - Victim of Changes. Al Atkins - Never Satisfied. Al Atkins - Black Sheep of the Family. Al Atkins - The Melt Down. Al Atkins - Winter. Al Atkins - Metanoia. Al Atkins - Mind Conception. Forgotten footage of the Al Atkins Band, 2005 with Al Atkins, first lead singer anf founder of Judas Priest. Filmed at JB's Dudley prior to it's closure. Victim of Changes. Type: Full-length. This album features Atkins' versions of a lot of early Judas Priest songs, which were later released on their first two albums Rocka Rolla 1974 and Sad Wings of Destiny 1976. The album also contains some very early Priest works that were never released under the Judas Priest name. The cover art resembles the cover of the 1977 Judas Priest release Sin After Sin. Recording information: Recorded in October in 1997 at the Mad Hat Studios, Walsall. Listen free to Al Atkins Victim of Changes VICTIM OF CHANGES, Never Satisfied and more. 9 tracks 42:05. Released 1998. Victim of Changes Tracklist. Victim Of Changes Lyrics. Never Satisfied Lyrics. Black Sheep Of The Family Lyrics. Victim of Changes Q&A. Writers Al Atkins, Glenn Tipton, Ian Hill & 4 more. More Al Atkins albums. Demon Deceiver. Band Name Al Atkins. Album Name Victim of Changes. Type Album. Released date March 1998. Labels Neat Records. Never Satisfied. Black Sheep of the Family. The Melt Down