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Balls To The Wall
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 14 November 2010
Like the title suggests this is some serious Balls To The Wall metal, Accept are so underated it is untrue, an improvement on previous albums this deserves a place in any metal fans collection!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 29 September 2005
The first thing that strikes you about Accept is the music sounds so familiar and yet so fresh. I was introduced to the band following a fantastic set at Donnington in the 80's and have loved the band since and this album is where the affair started. The riffs on offer are a lot like a cross between the anthmatic stomping chorus' of AC/DC and toughness of Judas Priest all be it less frantic and dear I say a bit more melody. Udo's vocals do take a bit of getting used to but he does a wonderful job and contributes so much to what makes the band unique whilst snippets of familiar classical passages during some superb guitar work leave this band as one of the most underrated i've ever heard. This is classic 80's metal but could frankly impress anyone with a love for the rock/metal genre today. Accept never were a part of the 'hair metal' ala Poison et al, but they were savvy enough to know hooks sell records and still managed to retain their strong metallic tradition found on earlier releases.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 22 April 2014
Cast your mind back to the days of the cold war. The days when Europe was divided between East and West. The days when Germany, the European powerhouse was a divided country. The days when the current German Capital Berlin was a divided city.

Now, put yourselves in the pointy boots and leather chaps of some young German long hairs - and one shirt hair - smelling faintly of of Vaseline and join with them in proclaiming: BALLS TO THE WALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 14 January 2013
There's no words to descrive this authentic masterpiece. If you like heavy metal (even if you don't like me) and you didn't listent this album, think that something isn't going well with your live.
I just can say that i recomended this album even to my grandma and now it's her favorite cd of all times...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 3 October 2014
If you like heavy '80s metal this is it. Real good anthemic tunes. Great axe work, and great vocals by Schieder. Some corny titles but the musicianship is top quality. What ever happened to belting metal music like this from the eighties.......
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released in 1984 the cover and a few themes or percieved themes overshadowed a brilliant album at first before the fact that this was a metal album of highest order finally was realised, who really cares about the cover , this is world class, yes world class. A cross between priest and ac dc but mainly priest i would say this contains 10 gems in a row, i cant fault it, it has attitude, it has the tunes, i aint sure the band have ever bettered it but i will give that some thought, i dont think they have. This is a brilliant german metal album straight from the 80s that has lost nothing and i mean nothing 31 years later.
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I love Accept. I love this album. And now I love this remaster! I got all of 4 CD's of this serie and I think this is the best remaster version
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on 25 May 2015
They are a brilliant Rock Group from Germany
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on 14 May 2015
Been lookin for ages great cd
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0 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 13 January 2011
Accept did two great albums. Restless and Wild and Balls to the Wall. If you like Metal buy both and then move one too another group. Both *****
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