|Origin||Arizona, United States|
Jack "Jay Jay" Brown
Fight was an English-American heavy metal band, assembled by vocalist Rob Halford after his departure from heavy metal band Judas Priest in 1992.  He took with him drummer Scott Travis, though Travis also continued to drum for Judas Priest.  The line-up was completed by Russ Parrish on guitar, Brian Tilse on guitar and keyboards, and Jack "Jay Jay" Brown on bass guitar,  the latter of the two former members of Cyanide. 
During their three-year existence, Fight released two albums, War of Words (1993) and A Small Deadly Space (1995).  They toured or played shows with Pantera, Anthrax, Voivod and Skid Row, and opened for Metallica on the 1994 Shit Hits the Sheds Tour. 
Fight reunited with only three of the original members on 20 December 1997 for a one-off performance at the Mason Jar in Phoenix before disbanding once again.  In a 2015 interview, Halford contemplated the band's possible reformation. 
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales|
|War of Words||
|A Small Deadly Space||
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|K5 – The War of Words Demos||
|Into the Pit||
|War of Words – The Film||
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