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War Vol.1 [Original recording reissued]

And Oceans, And Oceans Vs Bloodthorn, Accept Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (18 July 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: Soundworks
  • ASIN: B000023YH2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,510,507 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Objection Overruled
2. I Don't Wanna Be Like You
3. Protectors of Terror
4. Slaves to Metal
5. All or Nothing
6. Bulletproof
7. Amamos la Vida
8. Sick, Dirty and Mean
9. Donation
10. Just by My Own
11. This One's for You

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
This really is a great record and is my favourite Accept album....(although of course Balls to the Wall and Restless & Wild are tremendous also)

The heavy tracks (Sick,Dirty&Mean, this ones for you, Objection Overruled) are incredible - the rhythm section create this incredible rumble as Accept thrash into these tunes at 100mph
The Anthemic tracks (I Dont wanna be like you, All or Nothing, Bulletproof) are all classic Accept harking back to their glory days in the 80's
Then you've got straight Metal tracks (Protectors of Terror, Slaves to Metal) which showcase classic Accept riffs, a truely beautiful ballad (Amamos La Vida) and a jaw droppingly good instrumental (Just by my own) where Wolf Hoffmann shows off what every guitarist in the know had already twigged, that he's one of the greatest guitarists alive.

Speaking of Wolf Hoffmann, his influence on this album is massive as he contributes all guitars (rhythm and lead) and his lead work throught the record is unreal! This album should be heard by all guitarists, as it really is a tour de force. On a few of Accepts earlier albums, I felt that Wolf's guitar was a bit low in the mix. Not here, the guitar soars and really elevates the album.

This is a bit of an underrated classic, one which Udo called 'a very good Accept album'.

I go beyond that and say its great and definitely my favourite Accept album - only thing to make it better would be to include the following bonus tracks:
Losers & Winners (Awesome riffing, awesome bass rumble!)
Princess of the Dawn (Still can't beat that guitar riff)
Fast as a Shark ('nuff said!)

But hey, I'm just being greedy now!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great comeback 3 Aug 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
A great comeback all or nothing is just pure class
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4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent return to form. 14 Jan 2000
By Bete Noire - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Packing the same power punch of their early eighties albums ,this is one of their most accomplished efforts offering all the groove,riffs,amd heaviness that the Accept fan learned to expect from these lengendary pioneers of power metal.Worth adding to any serious metal collection.Accept should get back together for more albums like this-the time is ripe.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic Metal act has our balls to the wall once more. 26 Sep 2009
By James Simpson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
After a disastrous 1987 album entitled, EAT THE HEAT, without the vocals of Udo Dirkscheider and a direction into poppier terrains, it was with great joy that the original band decided to reform with Udo once more with this terrific 1992 release.

The band blessedly remain the same, heavy band that Metalheads had grown to love, unaffected by the changing Metal tastes of the time.

Accept release an album that is able to rock with more purpose than there past few releases and is probally there most overall anthemic since 1985's METAL HEART album.

The tracks are overall strong including an infectious title cut, the OTT nuttiness of "Protectors of Terror" and "Slaves to Metal". There's also the AC/DC groove of prostitution track, "Donation" that is a personal favorite and the heavy/melodic "Bulletproof" which is probally one of the band's best songs.
Every track is serviceable, singable and likeable classic Accept and should certainly please fans of this sort of retro-OTT Metal.

Very reccomended Metal release that may also surprise some that have come into the Metal game late and may wish to discover the teutonic heaviness of one of Germany's all-time greatest Heavy Metal acts.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Accept with Udo 22 Feb 2012
By R. Floyd - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This album rocks! How do I describe Accept's sound with words? Udo is the original and Accept brings it with this album. If you like Accept, you'll definitely want to add this album to your collection.
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid reunion effort 14 May 2013
By Quinn L. Miller - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Having already owned Death Row and Predator, I've long been curious about Objection Overruled, Accept's first release with Udo Dirkschnider since 1986. After the first few listens I'm glad to say that OO does not disappoint. Very firmly entrenched in the early '90s metal sound, this effort sounds like a sly update of their classic mid '80s period sound. I like the 4 first cuts, all of which rock out in classic Accept fashion. From there, the disc tends to lose my interest a bit, with a color-by-numbers '80s sounding stadium rock tune, the obligatory ballad, and an instrumental. Having said that, two of my favorites in "Bulletproof" and "Sick, Dirty and Mean" both reside on side two. A few complaints of OO would have to be that the songs overall seem a bit contrived, as if trying too hard to copy their most successful formulas from Balls to the Wall and Metal Heart. You can still hear the obvious nods to Judas Priest ("Slaves to Metal") and AC/DC ("Donation"), the later where Udo once again does his best Brian Johnson impression. And though I dig "Protectors of Terror," the intro is hilariously like an '80s action figure TV commercial. At the end of the day, OO gets a thumbs up due to rocking out with a vengeance on half the cuts and the return of Udo's nutball, out-of-control vocals that flash Accept attitude all over the place.
5.0 out of 5 stars ASS KICKING !!!!!! 11 Aug 2012
By E. D. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Every Accept fan of the Udo era has their own favorite album. Objection Overruled is mine simply because every track on it kicks ass. This is the quint essential metal album and quite possibly the best that your sweet ears will ever hear. Objection has some of the best metal riffs ever laid down and perhaps Wolf Hoffmans best leads.

One prominent rock magazine compared it to ACDC's Back in Black, being that it was Accepts come back album after years of Udos absence, and the goodness that it contained. If you havent yet heard it and have plans to do so prepare yourself first. This album will kick your ass ! The boys weren't fooling around when they put this one together.

When Accepts new producer made them sit down and listen to their old recordings prior to going to work on Blood Of The Nations its easy to see that alot of their inspiration came from this album.

Objection Overruled is hard to get ahold of especially at a decent price, so if you run upon a copy available you better get it. If your dissatisfied contact me I'll buy it from ya !
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