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Accept Original recording remastered, Import, Original recording reissued

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Accept's re-issue album was originally released in 1979, on Razor Records it features 10 tracks including 'Lady You' & 'Tired Of Me'. 2005.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3 and a 1/2 stars March 23 2006
By triplethreatx - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Very good first LP. Instant classics like "That's Rock'n'roll", "sounds of war" and "tired of me". Wouldn't pay more than $13 bucks for it, but any Accept fan should own this. Pass over their 2nd and buy this.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Accepts Debut Feb. 4 2009
By ChivesArchives - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The debut of german rockers Accept.This first offering finds the band sounding very much like their fellow countrymen Scorpions's early recordings.Much more melodic than what was coming down the road.Think early Deep Purple/Scorpions as what to expect....Standout cuts are Tired Of Me & Streetfighter. 3 stars
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Ben30 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of ACCEPT and have been for over 10 years
Accept's first album which is self titled, released in Europe 1979
it's still a Good album, Accept were finding themselves in terms of style
so the production on this album is very amateur, meaning ACCEPT did not have much money at the time
to spend on a big production album like their later albums and
you can definitely tell that in the sound quality of each track
this album is more a Hardrock album than Heavy metal album and there is a big Difference between both syles
most of the tracks are influenced by AC/DC, SCORPIONS etc
like Lady Lou tired of me, Helldriver street fighter all influenced by AC/DC and SCORPIONS
except 2 tracks that do sound heavier and faster, FREE ME NOW and THAT'S ROCK 'N' ROLL
Definitley pre-speedmetal but the production is raw

as far as i know there's only 2 versions of this CD, there's the Japan release
and then there's this European CD release by SPV released in 2005
which has been Digitally remastered with all new Liner notes by UDO the Lead singer of early ACCEPT
if your a big fan of ACCEPT and AC/DC than learn about their early works with this album
definitely get this ACCEPT CD by SPV.
it's not my favourite ACCEPT CD but i still enjoy listening to some tracks from this CD after all these years
amazon don't have this album for sample listening but maybe someone has uploaded the album on you tube
and you can check the tracks that way
But if your not sure and just like some tracks of ACCEPT, then get the Greatest Hits compilation
Don't waste your money on this CD, this CD is suitable for Loyal fans only.
but it's up to you, if you want to take the risk then go ahead and buy it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Classic Metal Nov. 19 2009
By Richard W. Intveld - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Early effort from Accept. A must if you are a fan. Raw and not as polished as later efforts but worth getting.
What can you say about Accept, they Rock! Sept. 24 2012
By Mark A. Dillard - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Even with this freshman debut you hear where Accept is headed with their music. With this first outting the music is somewhat tame compared to what would come after it but serves as the base from which they grew from.
It's not early 'Balls To The Wall' but early Accept getting their bearings and a strong foothold as to who they are.
It follows more in line with 'Breaker' and 'I'm A Rebel' but not quite as hard as those later releases.
If you are any kind of Accept fan and only knowing the later material like 'Metal Heart' or 'Balls To The Wall' you really should be looking into the early stuff from their debut along with 'Breaker', 'Rebel' and 'Restless & Wild'. All serve up a stepping stone as Accept get closer to their harder edged Metal sound.

Some may argue but I would put their debut more in the Rock category then Metal, to me the true Metal years for Accept came later.
The early albums have that raw almost primitive recording sound to them but everything comes through nice and clear.
If you only own 'Metal Heart' and or 'Balls To The Wall' you really owe yourself a trip to the past and get the early albums to hear how their sound developed over years. Otherwise you'll be missing out on some great tunes like 'Lady Lou' and 'Son Of A Bitch' unaltered version. Even Wolf's early riffs and leads will still amaze you, he was great even in the early years. Udo of course always served up the gruffy vocals you have come to love!
It took me awhile to get their debut album on CD but its crucial to any true Accept fans collection.
You won't regret getting a copy. The early albums to me are fun and the music is more raw in form.
If you want an idea reminds me of Raven's 'Rock Until You Drop' and 'Wiped Out'.


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