The seventh Accept-longplayer " Russian Roulette " boarded in 1986 the ears of the fans and settled immediately there. With the tracks " Heaven Is Brightly ", "Walking In The Shadows", " TV Were " and "Monsterman" the five from Solingen gave the best - a recommendable album for fans of breathlessness!
Tracklist - Russian roulette
- 1.T.V. War
- 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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In my metal youth, the first bands I listened were Metallica, Iron Maiden, Manowar and Helloween. Accept could easily be included in this club, but you know how these things are, it's just a matter of pure fate.
When I grew a little bit, I listened to Metal Heart and I loved it a lot from its first tunes. While trying to find out which Accept albums were the next ones to check, I heard many opinions stating that Restless and Wild, Balls to the Wall & Metal Heart consist one of the best triads in metal history, however their next album is a big disappointment. So, I skipped Russian Roulette.
Many years passed by, and after their reunion with the new singer, I started listening them again. Many things have changed in the meanwhile and as you all know, it is easier nowadays to check a couple of songs online and judge by yourself. And yes, every song I listened from Russian Roulette just shook my world.
Russian Roulette is SO good, it is in my ears in the same level with the holy Accept triad, Aiming High is my favorite Accept song, and the only thing I regret is that I don’t remember who are the guys that prevented me from listening this METAL GEM earlier...
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