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Russian Roulette

Accept Audio CD
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1. T.V. War
2. Monsterman
3. Russian Roulette
4. It's Hard To Find A Way
5. Aiming High
6. Heaven Is Hell
7. Another Second To Be
8. Walking In The Shadow
9. Man Enough To Cry
10. Stand Tight

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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Band + Unique Vocals = Interesting Album March 19 2004
Format:Audio CD
When I first heard Accept, I thought who in the world could listen to this guy (Udo) sing for any period of time without going crazy. Udo sounds like a mix of Bon Scott, Brian Johnson and an evil troll. But somehow his voice grows on you and you can't imagine anyone else fronting Accept. (They tried with an album called Eat the Heat and it fails miserably)Russian Roulette is a really good album, with catchy riffs and ominous backing vocals. The guitar work and the flow of the songs on this album remind me a good deal of early 80's Judas Priest. I really like Balls to the Wall, and this album is just as strong. It's interesting listening to Heaven is Hell post 9-11, and right when Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ is going strong in theaters. I believe the stand-out track on this album has to be either Stand Tight or Walking in the Shadows. If you are a fan of heavier 80's metal, along the lines of Judas Priest's Defenders of the Faith, or Iron Maiden's Powerslave, then you should like Russian Roulette as well. Take some time to listen to this under-rated band and give Udo's vocals a chance to work thier magic and you'll soon be an Accept fan too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars still their best Dec 21 2003
Format:Audio CD
Commercial nonsense of this record is explained probably
by musical change Accept did wit this one
in few words this is less granitic and direct like their first period lp's but extremely well produced and played
Accept songwriting is at their finest here.
It's a semi concept about 3rd world war
It begins with TV-WAR , a speed metal song which sound recalls approaching air to air missiles
MONSTERMAN is a great melodic metal song
RUSSIAN ROULETTE is an epic masterpiece (What a lie to say I'm immortal..)
IT's HARD TO FIND A WAY is the weaker IMO of this album, sounds like commercial late 80's music but still good
the incredible riffs of AIMING HIGH end side one,take a little breath:
Side B is more and more epic
HEAVEN IS HELL with evident recall to black sabbath is the darker one here ,
ANOTHER SECOND TO BE is another great dramatical song
WALKING IN THE SHADOW gives the listener's heart a break before
ending this colossal with the incredible closing tracks:MAN ENOUGH TO CRY and the pseudo - militaristic chorus of STAND TIGHT
EPIC-MELODIC-HEAVY-DRAMATICAL , one of all time top ten METAL lp's
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3.0 out of 5 stars Another solid album by Accept Dec 12 2003
Format:Audio CD
"Russian roulette" shows Accept in fine form and it's not at all a pop album or a sell out. I can't see how some people think that Accept turned commercial with this one. With tracks like "TV war", "Aiming high", "Another second to be" and "Man enough to cry" it would be obvious that Dirschneider and his gang stay faithful to their former approach. And guitarist Wolf Hoffman is just as great as ever with his own style. To me, Hoffman is one of the most under rated guitar players in the whole genre. This album might not be in the same class as "Balls to the wall" and "Metal heart" but it is without doubt worth having if you're into traditional heavy metal.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A decent album by the masters of metal Dec 29 2003
Format:Audio CD
At first when I got this album in 86 I thought it was just ok. But it started to grow on me. I found myself pulling more than half the songs off of it when making a 90-minute best of Accept (impossible! I know but I tried). RUSSIAN ROULETTE, IT'S HARD TO FIND A WAY, WALKING IN THE SHADOW, MAN ENOUGH TO CRY, STAND TIGHT
are all great. The only song I don't care for is TV WAR. HEAVEN IS HELL drags on a bit and sounds a little like BALLS TO THE WALL. I would put this album just behind Balls To The Wall, Metal Heart, and Restless and Wild.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Très bon album!!! May 17 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Dernier album de cette lignée, Accept a fait du bon travail...J'adore ce style de métal!!! Aucune faiblesse bon au complet...
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