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Di Roberto il 19 marzo 2015
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Fin dall’opener Balls to the Wall, anthem ricco di pathos che raggiunge l'apice al grido di Udo che proclama “Show me the sign of victory” si evince la carica del 5 piece teutonico. L'adrenalina scorre con London Leatherboys, che rimanda ad I’m a Rebel, continuando per una Priestiana Fight It Back, con Udo sugli scudi e un ottimo solo di Wolf Hoffmann, il quale, peraltro, ne dissemina molti altri tra questi solchi. Il trittico composto da Head Over Heels, Losing More Than You’ve Ever Had e Love Child è travolgente, si continua con un pezzo acceptiano del primo periodo, Turn Me On. Losers and Winners e Guardian of the Night chiudono l'album all grande. Un Wolf Hoffman in gran spolvero! Impossibile non avere questo disco. Buy it!!!
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Di Matteo Zanocco il 21 gennaio 2015
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L'album che fece conoscere anche in america gli Accept
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Canzoni che hanno fatto la storia dell'heavy metal
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23 di 24 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Absolutely Their Finest Piece of Work! 28 novembre 2002
Di K. Brown - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
I can listen to any Accept CD and enjoy it. However, this album is heads above the rest of their work. "Balls To the Wall" gives it all to you; ripping-fast motivational rants like "Winners and Losers," melancholy "Cold Winter Nights," and Udo growling the song "London Leatherboys;" nobody can turn a raspy gutteral voice into great music the way Udo Dirkschneider can! And not a lot of mid 80s metal bands had the guts to pen a song like "Lovechild," about a guy coming to terms with his gay lifestyle.
There is a two CD set out there that includes this album along with "Restless and Wild." "Restless and Wild" is a really good album, and if you want a basic "best of" Accept collection, it's a good buy. If you are starting to get quite an ear for Accept and plan to get a thorough collection of their music, the extra concert tracks on this particular album are quality enough to shell out the extra dollars for this CD separate from "Restless & Wild."
If you haven't listened to this band before, this CD is the perfect introduction!
15 di 15 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Classic 80s Metal -- Judas Priest + AC/DC + Troll as Lead Singer 11 settembre 2006
Di Wuchak - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I remember in 1984 when I first heard the song "Balls to the Wall" on the radio. The song was by an intriguing German band I never heard of: Accept. Needless to say the song utterly blew me away! It sounded like AC/DC but way more sophisticated and with a vocalist that, while reminiscent of both of AC/DC's singers, was even MORE over-the-top, if you can believe that. Anyway, I immediately went out and purchased the album "Balls to the Wall."

After digesting it I concluded that, although "Balls" was indeed the best song on the recording, there were about four or five other songs of premium quality. As for the rest, they were decent; I certainly wouldn't call them 'filler,' like a lot of songs on just about every Iron Maiden release.

As for the lyrics, they were generally intelligent and covered a good spectrum -- politics on a social, sexual and global level, but some left me baffled like "Love Child" where singer Udo states: "Feeling the power of lust when the guy's passing by" and "Don't know what I am, a woman or a man." It helped later when I found out the lyrics were written by their female manager Gaby Hauke (i.e. "Deaffy").

Here's a run-down of the songs:

1.) BALLS TO THE WALL (5/5 Stars). This is nothing short of a masterpiece -- musically kick-a$$ and lyrically profound. It's a paean for the rights of the oppressed and a call to revolution.

2.) LONDON LEATHERBOYS (4/5 STARS). This one has riffs reminiscent of Judas Priest's "Killing Machine," but the song itself is arguably better. The lyrics detail the tragic story of a London bike gang.

3.) FIGHT IT BACK (3/5 Stars). This is a likable, aggressive number that addresses freedom from conventional social drudgery (e.g. 'punching in' and doing your time).

4.) HEAD OVER HEALS (5/5 Stars). Starts out with a lonely bass riff followed by a creative guitar accompaniment. This is one of the best songs on the album. The lyrics interestingly deal with going to a park late at night and stumbling upon people having sex (!), subsequently becoming entranced.

5.)LOSING MORE THAN YOU'VE EVER HAD (5/5 Stars). This song shows that Udo can do much more than scream in an irritating manner. The mature lyrics personally address the ex-boyfriend of an abused woman (as in 'give it up, you've lost her'). This song is emotionally potent and is one of the highlights of the CD.

6.)LOVE CHILD (3/5 Stars). Decent number about a charismatic dude that oozes sexuality and incites lust.

7.)TURN ME ON (3/5 Stars). This one has an infectious chorus and a smoking lead guitar solo; the subject matter is obvious.

8.) LOSERS AND WINNERS (2/5 Stars). I'm not a big fan of this ditty; the lyrics are inoffensive but dumb. Example: "Write a letter (What's the matter) You'll feel better (Write a letter)." Without a doubt the least of the numbers on the album.

9.) GUARDIAN OF THE NIGHT (4.5/5 Stars). Starts out with a nice acoustic piece and then gets ultra-heavy (for that era, at least). The lyrics deal with a night-loving misfit that is unable to fit into conventional society.

10.) WINTERDREAMS (5/5 Stars). This one begins with a moody, plodding bass followed by an acoustic guitar, leading to some power chords in the distant and UDO's great singing voice. The chorus is melodic and acoustic in nature. The lyrics deal with a person experiencing a beautiful and surreal moment of magic in the middle of a winter snowfall.

BONUS SONGS: Live versions of "Head Over Heals" and "Love Child" are included. These songs prove one thing: Accept are perfectly capable of recreating their songs in a live setting; in fact, both songs sound even better than their studio counterparts. Udo is nothing short of magnificent live!

As for the heavily criticized cover art/photo: I like it and think it's completely fitting to the themes covered on the disk. I say this with an unblemished record of staunch heterosexuality, I might add. Interestingly, Motley Crue's debut album "Too Fast for Love" had a very similar cover (albeit inferior) and was released about the same time.

The sleeve features the best close-up picture of the band ever taken. It's just a great picture (and, yes, I say that with an unmarred record of heterosexuality as well).

FINAL ANALYSIS: This 1984 metal recording is a mandatory purchase if just for the song "Balls to the Wall;" fortunately there's so much more. Needless to say, I refuse to even take calls from metal friends that don't have this in their listening arsenal.
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Remastered twice - One awesome, the other is terrible. 6 maggio 2012
Di Locutus67 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Since there are plenty of reviews that cover the music well enough, I'll address the sound quality issue itself.

The latest remaster with the 2 live bonus tracks is a horrible mess of dynamic range compression that crushes the life out of this metal masterpiece.

There was a remastered version issued in the mid-90's without bonus tracks, but what you DO get is a top notch disc remastered by Sony's Vic Anesini. If you know your audio, then you know who he is & his talents are comparable to Steve Hoffman. The sound has the full dynamic range that makes this album sound so good & reveals how well produced it was. It gives the original vinyl a run for it's money & is worth seeking out. The original catalog number on the disc is: EK 39241.
He also mastered Restless & Wild at the same time, but it's this album that shines as one of the best sounding metal albums of the 80's. It's this version that allows you to hear it the way it was intended.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Loaded with power, groove, and intelligence. 6 agosto 2000
Di D. Mok - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
I'd never heard of Accept until about two years ago, and even then, it's a band name that nobody ever mentions. I had no idea what the band's music sounds like aside from the scant reviews I've read of Accept's catalogue.
Balls to the Wall was supposedly one of the band's best records so I took a blind stab at it -- and was surprised at how sophisticated-sounding a record this was, given the bad initial impression that the dumb title gave me. And true, Accept can create a party groove as well as AC/DC, but Accept also succeeds in actually writing meaningful lyrics to go along with its loud ethic. The result is a singularly impressive metal record that somehow became a lost gem, known to many headbangers and guitar players, but rarely played. But it's very impressive hard rock: "Head over Heels" and "Fight It Back" features some of the hottest guitar work I remember hearing, the only complaint being a mix that doesn't quite favour the electric guitars enough, and on "London Leatherboys" and "Balls to the Wall" lead singer Udo Dirkschneider sounds like a cross between Bon Scott and Brian Johnson with his psychotic yells, which sound perfectly in place given the rough-and-tumble backdrop his excellent band (I single out guitarists Wolf Hoffman and Hermann Frank and bassist Peter Balter for praise) provides. Old-school metal has never sounded so good -- count me as a new, satisfied convert of Accept's.
9 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
A Masterpiece By The Masters Of Metal 29 dicembre 2003
Di Christopher Fryer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
I got this album in 84 after hearing the song Balls To The Wall on the radio show Metal Shop (anyone remember that show?). I own over 1000 cds and this album has always been in my top 10! Udo's vocals are a bit rough and may not be for everybody, but I will take real emotion and good vocal melodies over some pretty boy singer anyday. Wolf's guitar work is biting and superb. His solos bring tears to my eyes, especially HEAD OVER HEELS. Wolf is up there with Michael Schenker as one of the best European guitarists ever. Stefan (drums) and Peter (bass) help give this album it's BALLS. I think we are all heavily influenced by the first album we hear from a band (sentimentality), but this album IS their BEST! Followed closely by Restless and Metal Heart. GOD BLESS YA!

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