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Re: Michael Wagener interview/Reverb 2016
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Yes Harley, that's true, but I never liked that much reverb on a drum, it just sounds too much.
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Re: Michael Wagener interview/Reverb 2016
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@Harley,

yeah Electric Eye Halford has some weird effect on there.  I'm not sure what it is.  I know what it reminds me off though.  When I was  akid there was a Transformer cartoon, and their voices had similar effects on there.  This is what this effect on the vocal reminds me off.

Again I have no problem with this because it's just one of those artistic things you might want to do to suit the vibe or subject of the song.

Priest liked effects.  If you listen to ""Stained Class" there are alot off effects used in that also.  Again one of the reasons perhaps for this was to do with the fact that quite  alot of their lyrical content was science fiction based.  Halford has said many times this kind of thing inspired his lyrics.  I personally have no problem with this.  I've heard Halford sing and a Harmonizer type thing on his vocal before.  Didn't always work.

@ MJMP so you like "Screamin" (one of my fav albums BTW) but don't mind the effects?  But you're preference for production is something along the lines of Point of Entry (the bulk off it) and British Steel?  Ok well I like them also.

Bloodstone if a great track but can't deny there is shit loads of effects on that production, compared to say Breakin the Law or Grinder (what a song btw).

I just happen to like the juicer more effect drive production also.  I like that Priest experimented.  Samples and all sorts of things (knives and forks in a drawer for example in "Metal Gods").  They were trying to make music larger than life, give your imagination something to feed on I guess.

Like the opening of this track for example of their 3rd album, weird effects before BAM!!!  Super epic heavy metal!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjsn7aLPgCM

Hard for me to not like anything, I'm too big a fan
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Re: Michael Wagener interview/Reverb 2016
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Another great Priest song !!
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