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I LOVE this song! It was a nice way to end the Painkiller album and will always be my favorite! It's a sham when I bring up this song no one really knows what I talk about...
Rob's Voice in this song is just hilarious.
Great Riffs, Great Drumming and Great Singing!
Is the lesse known judas priest song and the is a great hit, is my second favorite judas priest songs
I think every 70s Priest song should be on this list. It's criminally underrated.
The scream at the end gives me chills every time!
And with 37% of the votes.
This song is very catchy! Very impressive for one of their first songs, it's one of my favorites!
An amazing heavy metal masterpiece that really showcased the talent of Priest's other vocalist, Tim Ripper Owens. Why people disrespect him and the Ripper era of Priest I'll never know, most should really consider giving the man another chance
It's Tim ripper Owens on vocals
Great song! I personally prefer Bullet Train, but this is the other gem hidden in the Ripper era. Also, it's not Halford...
A masterpiece and Tim's vocals here are amazing - christangrantV 2 Comments
Not to say they song isn't popular, but I think it should be more than it already is. It has a very eerie vibe to it, especially during the bridge! Popular, but not popular enough.
It's way better then "Painkiller", and "Breaking The Law" - hype
Even though Rocka Rolla isn't one of Priest's stronger albums, this song really stands out.
The last 2 minutes are the best I have heard from Halforn in his entire careerV 2 Comments
My favorite song off of angel of retribution.
This is a masterpiece, just listen at the solo!
Barely anyone knows it because it's on Rocka Rolla which was pretty underwhelming overall, but this is just so good for what it is.
Glad to see a great song from a criminally underrated album is represented at #1. You are not a real Priest fan if you don't know Rocka Rolla
An epic opening to an amazing album, This song is my favorite off the album and I wish it was put on more hits albums
An under rated epic song from ram it down
I catch myself singing this every now and then, it's actually not bad. Not their best but by far their worst!
One of the heaviest metal songs of the 70s. - Metal_Treasure
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List StatsUpdated 18 Aug 2017
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