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  2. Accept had a long and storied career, but for some reason I hear little of their most well-produced and mature classic, Metal Heart. This album came after the much-heralded (and deservedly so) Balls to the Wall, but is possessed of an even more refined, varied, and polished approach.
  3. Dec 31,  · The Accept compilation No Substitutes was your typical low budget record company cash grab, with crappy cover artwork, no digital remastering, and uneven song selection. It focused almost exclusively on their album Restless and Wild (4 songs) and 's Balls to the Wall (3 songs), with a pair of songs from 's Metal Heart and the /5(14).
  4. Find Accept credit information on AllMusic. One of Germany's earliest and best speed metal bands, their brutal riffs and aggressive tempos exemplified on the smash "Balls to the Wall.".
  5. The discography of Accept, a German heavy metal band, consists of 15 studio albums, five live albums, nine compilations, 25 singles, four video albums and 11 music classical.daimurozolozuruzulkirr.infoinfo in Solingen in , Accept originally consisted of lead vocalist Udo Dirkschneider, lead guitarist Wolf Hoffmann, rhythm guitarist Gerard Wahl (later replaced by Jörg Fischer), bassist Peter Baltes Compilation albums: 9.
  6. Since most of the group's albums are getting increasingly hard to find on CD (and that they arguably only issued three "classic" metal albums: 's Restless & Wild, 's Balls to the Wall, and 's Metal Heart), a short but sweet overview such as No Substitutes comes in handy. Tops include one of the first ever thrash metal tracks to 6/

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