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E. Judas Priest. Colby Vargas.
St. James Encyclope
dia of Popu
lar Culture.
Eds. Sara Pe
ndergast and T
om Pendergast.
Vol. 2. Detroit:
St. James Press, 20
00. p577. 5 vols.
them because heavy-metal music speaks to raw human emotions.
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, reached many fans with their songs that touched on teenage insecurities.
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Their songs "Dr. Love" and "Rock and Roll All Nite" expressed the desire for good times, another essential heavy metal theme.
F.Source Citation: Vargas, Colby. "Judas Priest." St. James
Encyclopedia of Popular
Culture.
Eds. Sara Pendergast and Tom Pendergast. Vol. 2. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000
. 577. 5 vols.
Gale Virtual Reference Library. Thomson Gale. Staples High School. 6 Mar. 2007
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Their music evoked a dark fantasy world where rugged heroes wandered in ruined landscapes and defeated evil forces.
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while their throaty tribute to pride and revenge, "You Got Another Thing Comin,"' entered the pop charts and was the band's first successful video