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.