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|Single by Judas Priest|
|from the album Turbo|
|B-side||"Hot for Love"|
|Songwriter(s)||Rob Halford, K. K. Downing, Glenn Tipton|
|Judas Priest singles chronology|
|Turbo track listing|
Released in 1986, the song was one of the first tracks recorded for the album with the use of guitar synthesizers. There are, however, two guitar solos in the bridge: the first is played by K. K. Downing, and Glenn Tipton plays the main solo that follows.
A music video directed by Wayne Isham was also filmed for the song. A 7.23 long, extended and disco-oriented remix of the song, the "Hi-Octane Mix" by DJ Freddy Bastone was released on the "Parental Guidance" vinyl single and later on the Priest, Live and Rare CD.
- "Judas Priest – Turbo Lover (Hi-Octane Mix) (Vinyl) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-05-19.