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  1. Saxon - Judgement Day Lyrics. I don't need your religion It ain't nothin' to me I don't want nobody pushin' Need to be free You've got to hit hard I've seen those.
  2. Old and Saxon-y - 85%. Shortly after , Saxon managed to both establish their style and jettison all of the dated prog-experimentation good and early, in many ways like Motörhead's self-titled debut, now that I think of it. Coming up next, three superb albums, and no one can agree which is the best.
  3. Lyrics to "Judgement Day" song by Saxon: I don't need your religion It ain't nothin' to me I don't want nobody pushin' Need to be free You'v.
  4. Stallions, Judgement Day, Big Teaser and maybe my all time Saxon fave - Frozen Rainbow - still sound fantastic. They still play Frozen Rainbow and Biff (unlike certain other singers) can still sing it. I d like to see Saxon ease off the "total metal" of recent albums and take a leaf out of this selection/5.
  5. Lyrics to 'Judgement Day' by Saxon. I don't need your religion (**) It ain't nothin' to me I don't want nobody pushin' Need to be free.
  6. Running to 5 minutes 31 seconds, "Judgement Day" is the fourth track on the band's debut album. This group composition is a fair effort, though over the coming decades they have done much better.
  7. Saxon is a British heavy metal band, formed in Barnsley, England in As pioneers of, and at the forefront of the then New Wave of British Heavy Metal the band enjoyed a period of prominence in the UK (including popular chart success) and Europe in the early 19 80s, and later the USA and Japan.

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