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Catalog Number: CMC 6204
|1.||I'm a Rebel|
|3.||No Time to Lose|
|4.||Thunder and Lightning|
|6.||I Wanna Be No Hero|
|11.||Run if You Can|
|12.||Can't Stand the Night|
|13.||Son Of a Bitch|
|17.||Breaking Up Again|
|18.||Down and Out|
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|From: Gar||Date: February 21, 2003 at 7:06|
|My 2 favorite Accept albums together! Great songs. I'M A REBEL is a slightly stronger album than BREAKER, but both are great. The original back cover to I'M A REBEL(but not included here) had a picture of the band in heavy makeup looking a bit like Twisted Sister. Hilarious!|
|From: RR-Finland||Date: September 1, 2003 at 13:27|
|Both of these records are strong and good earlier Accept stuff. I'm a Rebel, China Lady, Do It, Run If You Can... These are killers! In backcover, those guitars in barbwires was given by Wolf for a foto session. Fotographers wasn't heard of fake barbwire, so they tighten those axes for real ones and guitars was scratched! I can imagine what Mr. Hoffman has sayed those fotographers..|
|From: AORster||Date: April 2, 2004 at 16:45|
|Don't know about 'I'm a Rebel' but 'Breaker' is great!|
|From: Karmak||Date: May 1, 2005 at 15:23|
|Tienen un sonido muy clasico de principios de los 80 que te mueve a cabecear durante todo el disco, Y MEJOR SI ESTAN JUNTOS!!!!! Los mejores temas: Starlight, breaker, son of a bitch, run if you can, I`m a rebel, save us (incluida la parte se 'He tears you from the ground...'), no time to lose, thunder & lightning y china lady. Fuerte Accept!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|From: swriter||Date: August 10, 2005 at 21:12|
|Breaker is my fav Accept!!!!! not sure why it is only listed on a 2 for one. Breaker was the band's second album and much better then the 70's debut album. I think Breaker was 1980-81 and is a killer album, strong songs r Breaker, Midnight, and the great Run!!!! another band out in the 70's and responsible for the metal movement in the early 80's. Do not let Breaker go if u never heard it, I would put it at the same level as Restless and Wild, maybe a step down less intense then Restless, but my|
|From: Nick C||Date: June 13, 2006 at 21:00|
|I'm a Rebel was a step on from the s/t in the song stakes showing a more polished approach the title track being infectiously boppy and China Lady just sticks in your head. Their third album Breaker actually starts with the track Starlight(here on disc 1?) and the Accept sound we know is in it's embryonic form here. Starlight just rips, starting with a killer riff before Udo starts screaming out the lyrics, Burning is just relentless. Both albums again were originally released on the Brain label|
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