|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||A Small Deadly Space||11||Audio||1995-04-18||Epic|
|3||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993-09-14||Epic|
|4||A Small Deadly Space||11||Audio||1995|
|5||Nailed To The Gun||4||Audio||1993|
|6||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993-09-14||Epic|
|7||A Small Deadly Space||11||Audio||1995||Epic|
|10||I Am Alive||3||Audio||1995||Epic|
|12||Blowout In The Radio Room||3||Audio||1995|
|14||Nailed To The Gun||3||Audio||1993||Epic|
|15||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993-09-14||Epic|
|16||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993||Epic|
|18||Nailed To The Gun||4||Audio||1993||Epic|
|19||Into The Pit||6||Audio||2008||Metal God Entertainment|
|20||War Of Words - The Film||51||Audio||2007||Metal God Entertainment|
|21||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993-09-14||Epic|
|22||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993||Epic|
|23||War Of Words||13||Audio||1993|
|24||War Of Words||13||Audio||1993||Epic|
|25||A Small Deadly Space||10||Audio||1995||Epic|
|26||A Small Deadly Space||11||Audio||1995-04-18||Epic|
|27||A Small Deadly Space||13||Audio||1995-04-13||Epic|
|29||A Small Deadly Space||11||Audio||2005||Epic|
|30||War Of Words||13||Audio||1993-09-09||Epic|
|31||A Small Deadly Space||10||Audio||1995||Epic|
|33||Into The Pit||35||Audio||2008||Metal God Entertainment (2)|
|35||War Of Words||12||Audio||1993||Epic|
|36||War Of Worlds||12||Audio||Elbo|
|38||War Of Words||11||Audio||1993-11-20|
Fight was a Heavy Metal band formed in the summer of 1993 by British vocalist [a=Rob Halford], and consisting of various musicians from the United States (where Halford was living at the time). He began writing material back in 1991, freshly inspired by the sound of [a=Pantera] on their "Cowboys From Hell" tour.
The project was, initially, meant to be a brief solo indulgence while Rob remained a member of [a=Judas Priest]. However, their relationship became steadily worse in 1992, and in September he was legally no longer part of the band.
Fight's first album [r=731029] was released in 1993. Drawing strongly from aggressive, American-styled Heavy Metal and elements of Thrash, the album sold over 200,000 copies and remains a favourite amongst Priest fans. An EP of live tracks and remixes followed in 1994, and in 1995 the band released their second and final album [r=845170], which contained a rough, Alternative Metal sound and saw the other band members contribute to the writing process.
Although Rob was preparing material for a third album, Fight split in the fall of 1995 after Epic Records dropped them.
A resurgence of sorts occured in 2007 with the release of the War Of Words demos and a DVD package chronicling the band's beginnings and containing rare live footage.