Some days it feels like this is the greatest rock song ever committed to tape. Empowering, anthemic, unapologetic, and a guitar solo I think even Einstein himself would call “fuckin’ groovy.” Side note: Dee Snider doesn’t get enough credit vocally. When he wants to he can give Halford a run for his money.
Yeah, I said it. Meet me in the goddamn parking lot if you’ve got a problem. The parking lot by the hospital, so I can make it over there with less hassle after you mercilessly thrash me.