ROB HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON: 'The One You Love To Hate' Studio Footage Posted Online

A four-minute video of Rob Halford (JUDAS PRIEST) and Bruce Dickinson (IRON MAIDEN) in the studio laying down vocal tracks for the song "The One You Love To Hate" from HALFORD's 2000 album "Resurrection" can be found at The footage comes off "Resurrection World Tour - Live At Rock In Rio III", a three-hour DVD which debuted earlier this month in a custom-designed digipack, featuring a twenty-eight page booklet and HALFORD's debut CD release, "Resurrection – Remastered" with 16 songs, including two new HALFORD tracks. The DVD also includes HALFORD's complete Rock In Rio III performance in 5.1 Surround Sound audio. Thirteen cameras are fixed on the HALFORD as The Metal God delivers one of his best live performances in front of two-hundred-thousand-plus Brazilians.


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