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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Sweat Shop Records
Catalog Number: 11101
|3.||Making Me Scream|
|4.||Diggin' in the Dirt|
|5.||Lay It Down|
|6.||It Ain't over Yet|
|9.||Take Out the Time|
|10.||Don't Give a Damn|
|11.||Run Through the Night|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: January 5, 2002 at 9:11|
|While not too many fans will agree with me, I think this is ACCEPT's best album. The sound is still ballsy, full-bore, in-your-face power metal, but this time the producer is Michael Wagener, the man behind the first two Skid Row releases. In his skilled hands, ACCEPT delivers not only some of their best songs, but also their best production values, and that makes this one CD worth praising.|
|From: Van Alan||Date: September 7, 2002 at 22:19|
|A few really good songs, and some that should never be heard on an Accept CD. At first I thought this would be like 'Objection Overruled', but then the first few songs get over and they throw in some crap. UDO's present solo CDs are MUCH BETTER! This CD is only for Accept die-hard fans.|
|From: Axelinger||Date: October 28, 2002 at 22:47|
|Crossroads is as powerful as anything in their entire catalogue; it has a very heavy feel to it -- like being pounded across the temple with a 2X4...|
|From: Elton||Date: November 3, 2003 at 15:57|
|If Udo returned to Accept just for it...he'd better keep on working with his solo band only!|
|From: Metal Pete||Date: December 31, 2003 at 17:10|
|Not even close to 'objection overruled'. I think 'Crossroads' and 'Run Through the Night' are the only two I listen to at all from this one. Udo's worst effort with the band, sorry to say. If you're new to Accept, get 'Balls to Wall', 'Metal Heart' and 'Objection Overruled' before even considering this garbled mess!|
|From: Metal T||Date: July 22, 2008 at 10:09|
|Good stuff for '97.Not their best but rock solid nonetheless.'Don't Give A Damn','Hard Attack' and 'Run Through The Night' all winners.Although not listed above-Peter Baltes was on bass as usual and the skin pounding was done by Michael Cartellone of the 'Damn Yankees'.|
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