Judas Priest’s two minute instrumental, Caviar and Meths, was supposed to be a fourteen minute epic. Hear what might have been, via original singer, Al Atkins.

I absolutely love Caviar and Meths as the mellow Rocka Rolla album closer, but just found out that it was merely the intro to an unreleased epic. Thankfully, Al Atkins (and yes, there was a another singer before Rob Halford) recorded a version in 1998, with Priest drummer, Dave Holland, to solve any unanswered questions.


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