Russian Roulette - Accept

Russian Roulette
•    The 7th studio album by German heavy metal heroes Accept, "Russian Roulette” was originally released in 1986. Recorded at famed Dierks Studios in Germany, the album was produced by the band themselves.

•    The last Accept LP to feature Udo Dirkschneider, until his return in 1993, the album finds Accept returning to darker tones and a heavier sound to that of the more commercially orientated previous record, "Metal Heart”. The artwork and themes of the record reflects an era when the cold war still at its height, and the fall of the Berlin wall still more than three years away.

•    This remastered version features 3 live bonus tracks recorded on their 1985 Japanese tour; ‘Burning’, ‘Head Over Heels’ and ‘Neon Nights’. Also available from HNE Recordings by Accept are the 2CD "Balls To The Wall” with a bonus live CD of "Staying A Life - Live In Japan” and "Metal Heart” backed with the bonus mini-album "Kaizuko-Ban”.

•    This version features new liner notes from Classic Rock and Metal Hammer’s Malcolm Dome, based on recent interviews with original members Wolf Hoffmann and Stefan Kaufmann.

•    This CD is released 21st April and will not be shipped prior to this date.

Track Listing:

ACCEPT "RUSSIAN ROULETTE” (1986)
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

BONUS TRACKS
FROM "STAYING A LIFE” (LIVE IN JAPAN ’85)
11.    BURNING (LIVE 1985)
12.    HEAD OVER HEELS (LIVE 1985)
13.    NEON NIGHTS (LIVE 1985)

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Weight: 200
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