File:Judas Priest - Caviar And Meths "Caviar and Meths" is the tenth and final track of Judas Priest's Rocka Rolla. It was originally a 10-minute epic written by Al Atkins, Rob Halford's predecessor, but was cut to only include its intro in the album, due to time restraints. Al Atkins later recorded a seven minute version in 1998 in his album Victim of Changes.

Caviar and Meths
Album: Rocka Rolla (1974)
Released: 1974
By: Judas Priest
Written by: Al Atkins, K.K. Downing, Ian Hill

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