Turbo Lover

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"Turbo Lover"
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Single by Judas Priest
from the album Turbo
B-side "Hot for Love"
Released 1986
Recorded 1985
Genre Heavy metal
Length 5:33
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Rob Halford, K. K. Downing, Glenn Tipton
Producer(s) Tom Allom
Judas Priest singles chronology
"Some Heads Are Gonna Roll"
"Turbo Lover"
"Locked In"
Turbo track listing
"Turbo Lover'"
"Locked in"

"Turbo Lover" is a single by heavy metal band Judas Priest, from the album Turbo.


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.[1]

"Turbo Lover" is featured in the video game Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (2001) and Watch Dogs 2 (2016).


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