The band had a hit in the UK with a re-recording of the cover version the following year, after they had moved to CBS Records. Judas Priest's album Painkiller features a winged figure Halford has described as a futuristic version of the Fallen Angel from the Sad Wings of Destiny cover. Downing and Tipton thereafter nicknamed Owens "The Ripper". The ballad, with its Queen-like vocals, has survived only in Genocide - Judas Priest - Sad Wings Of Destiny (Vinyl recordings. The band and production staff of Sad Wings of Destiny were: .
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