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Artist: Accept

Title: Objection Overruled

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 1993

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 6203

Personnel

Peter Baltes bass
Udo Dirkschneider vocals
Wolf Hoffmann guitar
Stefan Kaufmann drums
Uli Baronowsky engineer

Tracks

1.  Objection Overruled  3:38
2.  I Don't Wanna Be Like You  4:19
3.  Protectors of Terror  4:03
4.  Slaves to Metal  4:37
5.  All or Nothing  4:32
6.  Bulletproof  5:05
7.  Amamos la Vida  4:39
8.  Sick, Dirty and Mean  4:33
9.  Donation  4:48
10.  Just by My Own  3:29
11.  This One's for You  4:10
  
Total Running Time:  47:53

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Alfonso Date: July 10, 2001 at 0:10
'Donation' is a powerfull classic metal song!!!!!!!

From: M. Allen Date: January 4, 2002 at 13:32
While not exactly high on the originality scale, ACCEPT is pretty good at cranking out their brand of hard-hitting power metal, complete with all the thunderous guitars, powerful riffs, in-your-face attitude, and gang vocals you would expect. Check out the ferocity of tracks like 'I Don't Wanna Be Like You' and 'All or Nothing' and you'll understand why so many fans have accepted this long-running band into their collections.

From: Mike Date: March 26, 2002 at 12:29
I much more prefer Reece than Udo, but All or nothing is a great song. And not just because he doesn't sing in the chorus-part...

From: Kim Date: May 26, 2002 at 2:01
Aaaaargh, the ultimate cd, to listen to, before going out to play a soccer match. It really makes your adrenaline pump. TOP STUFF

From: RR-Finland Date: September 1, 2003 at 12:11
Comeback album. Doesn't compare with '80's Accept albums or some earlier U.D.O. ones, but is better than latest recordings. Has catchy tunes and great fists-in-the-air-choruses.

From: Metal Pete Date: December 31, 2003 at 17:14
A great comeback! 'Donation', 'Bulletproof', 'Sick Dirty and Mean', 'Anamos la Vida'.and a few others make this one well worth picking up. It's as good as you would hope Udo's return could be.

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 31, 2003 at 21:33
I agree with Metal Pete. This was a great comeback album, unfortunately the two CDs that followed it, DEATH ROW and PREDATOR, were pretty bad. Udo did better stuff when he went back to his solo band after the Accept reunion played itself out. Check out Udo's HOLY, it sounds more like Accept than anything off those last two records...

From: Josh Date: May 24, 2004 at 18:26
I didn't really like this album as much as the others. It will never compare to the 80's Accept but it still has some ok tunes. 5/10

From: MetalBreaker-FI Date: September 8, 2004 at 14:23
This was one fine comeback album from my absolute favourite band which I thought was dead and gone.On this album they proved to be alive and kicking.Not any weak links here, well maybe couple.But also some very strongs songs that could have been on any classic Accept album, the title track, Bulletproof, I don't wanna be like you, All or nothing, name your favourite. Don't get me wrong this very close of being one of the classics.

From: Big T Date: January 9, 2005 at 10:40
As a long time fan (I first saw them live in 1984), this may be my favorite album, though Restless & Wild and Balls To The Wall were early classics. I disagree with Fat Freddy that Predator and Death Row were bad albums as I actually prefer them to some post BTTW releases, especially Death Row, which is superb. Accept are arguably one of the best metal bands of all time and anyone who has not experienced them can not go wrong with this CD. It will work your neck muscles!

From: Geoff Date: March 16, 2005 at 19:41
I really like 'I don't wanna be like you' and 'Bulletproof' is pretty cool too. I like the big hard rockin' riffs here, but honestly... What is going on with Udo's voice? I know he's a 'legend' to some in the genre and I apologise to them, but to me it is an unpleasant reminder of how I think I might sound if someone tore my balls off and ate them before my eyes. Shocking vocals, IMO, and the reason I got rid of this disc.

From: star Date: August 4, 2005 at 14:38
Muy buen disco de Accept, para todos aquellos rockeros que les gusta el poder y buena voz, todas las canciones de verdad estan muy buenas, si pueden comprenlo.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 1, 2007 at 15:29
The title track just blow minds right away!!!.Excellent starter that means this album is a completely killer one!!!!.This is just Accept at its finest!!!..10/10

From: lalorock Date: January 4, 2008 at 22:29
Otro discazzo de los legendarios ACCEPT,con el retorno del gran Udo Dirkschneider,los temas uno tras otro se meten en tu cerebro como una droga,Con ese I don't wanna be like you tratan de rememorar aquel m'tico Balls to the wall,y lo logran con creces,coros demoledores,cl'sico de sus estilo y esas guitarras con unos riffs matadores,Protectors of teror,Slaves to metal,Sick dirty..,This one's for you(pura fuerza)metal del puro y sin concesiones,All or nothing,Amamos la vida(melod'a a tope),cl'sico

From: Metal T Date: June 1, 2008 at 14:03
Their absolutely bitchin' comeback record!Picked it up in '93 and was very satisfied with the results.Always liked my 'Accept' albums cause after listening i felt my ass was thoroughly kicked and id definitely been throttled.Not too many bands have that affect...Anyway,every song on this badboy from the title track to 'This Ones For You' tears hole! Germanys best export.Accept Rule!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 2, 2013 at 15:53
Listening to this album once again...it rocks pretty good indeed!!!...just the way Accept knows..."Objection Overruled" is by far the best track of the album along with "This One's For You"...another blasting moments here are tracks 3,5(melodic rock feel),6 & 8...my definitive rate is 90/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 24, 2019 at 18:05
In the States, there used to be a weekly syndicated radio show called Metal Shop, that featured music, news and interviews. By 1993, the show had been around about ten years, and was maybe starting struggle a bit with how to adapt to the times. They never featured a band that wasn't heavy, but the sound of the music was changing. Yet they still clung to old favorites from the mid-'80's, and consequently, they were all over this reunion album by Accept, as well as Mercyful Fate's release from the same summer. Objection Overruled is a strong return to form after the outlier Eat The Heat. Songs like "Slaves to Metal," the title track, and especially "I Don't Wanna Be Like You" could have come straight from 1984. In fact, the latter song blatantly recreates the intro of "Balls to the Wall." So this is a throwback disc, but it succeeds by its sheer, hairy-chested heaviosity. In a way, Accept might be the purest example of what straight-up, undiluted heavy metal sounds like. If you weren't s

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 24, 2019 at 18:08
If you weren't sure you liked where metal was headed in 1993, this was a breath of fresh air.


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