Despite being about a sicko who likes to lurk in the shadows and flash women, this song has an incredibly catchy tune. The lyrics are somewhat shallow and probably reflect what most Rock bands were mainly singing about at that time although this hasn't changed much nowadays! It is however a very good song thanks to its melody and raw power. It was first recorded on the legendary Soundhouse Tapes, but this album version is re-recorded at a faster tempo and is far superior to the Soundhouse version. Its instrumental and guitar solo are great, making it one of the most enjoyable songs on the album.
'Prowler' was re-recorded in 1988 and aptly titled 'Prowler '88' for the B-side of the The Evil That Men Do