Album: So Far, So Good... So What? (1988)


  • This song is about speeding with cops on your tail. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    James - Edmonton, Canada

Comments: 5

  • Shantell from Tijuana, MexicoYeah,Dave is a huge fan of Mr. Cooper,that´s why the tribute stuff....
  • Derek from Flin Flon, MbI hate that breakdown with the cars revving up, it just pisses me off cause you cant hear the music at all
  • Jarred from Appalachia, VaIf I recall, 502 is California State Police code for a DUI
  • Lisa from Vandergrift, PaGreat song, great band. It's Megadeth! 'Nuff said?
  • Il_presidente from Milan, ItalyThe 2004 remixed and remastered version contains a tribute to Alice Cooper: during the break in the middle of the song you can hear 'Under My Wheels' played on the radio.
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