This is your chance to WIN 9 Accept records on vinyl
In celebration of the wonderful ACCEPT series we released the past year, we are giving a fantastic prize away to a fan! What can you WIN? 9 Accept titles we released on vinyl, including their classics Balls to the Wall and Metal Heart.
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Accept's seventh studio album Russian Roulette is the last one to feature Udo Dirkschneider as a lead vocalist until his return in 1992. It was their way back to the heavier and darker sound which wasn't present on their previous album Metal Heart. The final album of Accept's golden years features some first-class bangers and some of their more infectious pop-metal.
This Accept compilation lifts tracks from their 1983 album "Balls To The Wall", up to 1996's "Predator". It is the first compilation that explores albums beyond "Russian Roulette", so that in itself makes it worthwhile for the uninitiated.
Objection Overruled is the ninth studio album by German heavy metal band Accept and the first to feature Udo Dirkschneider on lead vocals since 1986's Russian Roulette. The classic Accept sound was back and it can be considered as their forgotten masterpiece.
The German heavy metal giants Accept released their accessible sixth studio album Metal Heart in 1985. It marked the return of guitarist Jörg Fischer and the album contains some of their classic songs, such as Metal Heart" and "Living for Tonite".
Eat the Heat is the eighth studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, charting in the German, US and Japanese album lists. It was the first release after the departure of the legendary frontman Udo Dirkschneider. The album features songs as "Generation Clash" and "D-Train".
Balls to the wall represent one of the peaks of the German metal band Accept. Mind-blowing chord progressions and stylish solos mark the music on this record. Balls to the wall even charted in the Billboard 200 list.
After Accept's split in 1990 they released their first live full-length, Staying a Life. It captures the band during their heyday, with rocking version of classics like “Princess of the Dawn”, “Fast as a Shark”, and “Burning”.