The New York-based heavy metal band Riot released their third studio album Fire Down Under in 1981, which instantly became their most popular effort and is considered by many to be an early '80's classic. It was the last album to feature the vocalist Guy Speranza. The album features Riot's most recognizable and popular tune "Swords & Tequila" as opening track. Other standouts include the fast-paced title track "Fire Down Under", "Outlaw," and "Don't Bring Me Down." Fire Down Under is available as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on translucent red coloured vinyl.