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Now presented with a 16 page booklet featuring an in-depth essay about the album from Classic Rock and Metal Hammer’s Malcolm Dome, based on new interviews with the band, this remastered version of Eat The Heat by ACCEPT also includes the non-album 12” single remix of ‘Generation Clash’ as a bonus track.
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• Accept’s eighth studio album, “Eat The Heat” was recorded at the Dierks Studios in Cologne between September 1988 to January 1989.
• Although they can trace their origins back to the late 60s, these German heavy metal pioneers didn’t release an album until 1979’s self-titled debut. Four year later they finally found a place on the international stage and major label success with 1983’s controversial “Balls To The Wall”, which was followed up by the more radio-friendly “Metal Heart” in 1985. Both are available as HNE expanded editions.
• Originally led by the seemingly irreplaceable Udo Dirkschneider, the singer left for a solo career as “UDO” following 1986’s “Russian Roulette”. Replacing Udo with the previously unknown David Reece, lead guitarist Wolf Hoffmann, bassist Peter Baltes and drummer Stefan Kaufmann produced “Eat The Heat” in 1989, their first LP without Udo.
• Now presented with a 16 page booklet featuring an in-depth essay about the album from Classic Rock and Metal Hammer’s Malcolm Dome, based on new interviews with the band, this remastered CD also includes the non-album 12” single remix of ‘Generation Clash’ as a bonus track.
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