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|From: hair metal again
||Date: May 14, 2018 at 10:34|
|first comment for this 80 s metal classic? well i bought this vinyl 1 or 2 years after it was released and i was thrilled by its massive sound and polished production!the songs are strong ,guitar driven but in some way they are slightly commercial and i really dig that!i love Udo s voice and those big choruses and i guess it has many similarities with the excellent Metal Heart release!all the songs are fine and especially "it s hard to find a way",'monsterman" and "another second to be".essential
||Date: February 9, 2023 at 21:14|
|This is an underrated album that rarely gets mentioned while people rave about Restless and Wild or Balls to the Wall. Those are gems, but this album deserves more than it gets. Itís the last album of the golden era of Accept and the last of five incredibly fine albums in a row. The band said they wanted to go back to their raw sound after the somewhat overly commercial Metal Heart and it really shows here, but as the other comment stated thereís still a commercial edge in form of catchy choruses and a clean production. The title track and Heaven Is Hell are the epic cornerstones of this album, but the other tracks rock as well. I donít get tired of this album.
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