My vote: 4.5 stars Several things which I like about this song: 1. The opening guitar lick on the high E string. Adrian loves this type of playing: juxtaposing notes played on a single string with playing the string open (not fretted). Two other examples that come to mind are the intro lick from Paschendale and Adrian's solo in Aces High. 2. The chord changes in the verses don't happen on the first beat of the new measure; Nicko's drum patterns also de-emphasize the "one" at times. This makes the whole verse flow together as a collection of melodic phrases, instead of sounding like a typical 'play this bit four times while Bruce sings something'. 3. Modulation (that's a key change, for you non-musicians) from E minor in the verse to G major in the chorus. These two keys use the same 7 notes; the difference lies in what chords get emphasized. This is why the chorus sounds more upbeat that the verses. 4. Great bass licks by Steve during the solo, and Adrian ends the solo with a great climax. My only complaint about the song comes from the fact that I don't like unnecessary repetition of parts within a song, and I think the repeated chorus at the end is unnecessary. One chorus would have been fine. Not that two are terrible here, but I don't think the final chorus improves the song.