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  • Vokus says:
    Bad Habbits die hard riecht nach Mainstream. Prejudice hat eine guten Text ist jedoch musikalisch etwas monoton. Mehr Speed gibts mit Bad Religion. Leider sind die Ballade(n) Writing on the wall und Instrumental -Stücke am Ende der Platte entsorgt,. Hier hätte Drifting apart als Intro für eventule Death Row herhalten können/5(41).
  • Vudogar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Death Row on Discogs.
  • Moogushura says:
    Jun 11,  · But in the final analysis, Death Row is a solid album that could’ve been even greater if Accept had been a bit more judicious selecting what songs they included on this release. NOTES OF INTEREST: On the cassette edition of the album, the song “Bad Religion” is listed on the physical cassette but is eliminated from the track listing on the liner notes.
  • Zululmaran says:
    Accept ‎– Death Row Label: Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP, Sony Music ‎– MOVLP, RCA ‎– MOVLP, BMG ‎– MOVLP/5(28).
  • Mijinn says:
    Watch the video for Bad Religion from Accept's Death Row for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Bad Religion from Accept's Death Row for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The band's album, 'Balls to the Wall', subsequently became their most successful release, featuring its.
  • Tetaxe says:
    's Death Row is the well-intended, but somewhat flat follow-up to the marginally successful Accept comeback release, Objection Overruled. The group wisely attempted to make a more consistently heavy recording and practically eliminated the mellower dynamics that limited their previous offering.
  • Kazrashicage says:
    Sep 19,  · Death Row is a album release by German heavy metal band Accept. It was recorded at Roxx Studios. Stefan Kaufmann was still the official drummer for Accept, but drums on "Bad Habits Die Hard" and "Prejudice" are by Stefan Schwarzmann according to the liner notes.
  • Tugrel says:
    Death Row is the tenth studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in It was recorded at Roxx Studios. Stefan Kaufmann was still the official drummer for Accept, but drums on "Bad Habits Die Hard" and "Prejudice" are by Stefan Schwarzmann according to the liner notes. Stefan Kaufmann had to leave the band for the subsequent tour because of health problems, and Stefan.
  • Talar says:
    "Death Row" shows Accept trying to stay current in the mids, blending groove metal with spasms of their classic heavy metal sound, to finish with Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance", making up a noncohesive album from a disoriented band.

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