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Album: A Time Of Changes
Released: 1985
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This album came out when Brian Ross decided to reform Blitzkrieg and record the album they wanted to record before they split up in 1981. After the original split of Blitzkrieg Brian sang with Avenger, Satan and Lone Wolf. Pull the Trigger" is in fact a Satan song that wasn't featured on the album Brian did with Satan, though it did appear on an earlier demo Into the Fire. Take a Look Around" was recorded during these sessions and intended to be used on a single, but that never materialized.

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A Time of Changes (album). Studio album by Blitzkrieg. This album came out when Brian Ross decided to reform Blitzkrieg and record the album they wanted to record before their split-up in 1981. After the original split of Blitzkrieg, Ross sang with Avenger, Satan and Lonewolf. Pull the Trigger" is in fact a Satan song that wasn't featured on their first album Court in the Act. Ross recorded it with Satan, and it appeared on an earlier demo, Into the Fire. Satan guitarist Russ Tippins makes a guest appearance on the song. Take a Look Around" was recorded during these sessions and intended to be used on a single, but that. A Time of Changes" 6:24. Buried Alive" 3:31 (CD Japan Bonus Track) (1981).

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Released shortly thereafter, Blitzkrieg's full-length debut, A Time of Changes, offered a much more refined, but ultimately not nearly as exciting update to the group's original barebones energy.

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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.