Category: Classic Rock


  1. Gozil
    Mooguzshura 23.12.2019
    I'm a Rebel () by Accept. Labels: CBS. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: I'm a Rebel, Save Us, No Time to Lose, Thunder and Lightning, China Lady, I Wanna Be No Hero.. Members: Udo Dirkschneider, Wolf Hoffman, Jorg Fischer, Peter Baltes, Stefan Kaufmann.
  2. Faeshakar
    Zulujas 17.12.2019
    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 .
  3. Kezragore
    Febei 23.12.2019
    The Collection is a compilation album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in The songs on the album were pulled from Accept's albums Accept, I'm a Rebel, Breaker, Restless and Wild, Balls to the Wall, Metal Heart, and Russian compwinsenspeapasebichisancatosment.xyzinfo omits anything from Eat the Heat, which was released two years before this compilation album.
  4. Moogugal
    Nikolmaran 18.12.2019
    I'm a Rebel is the second studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, recorded in and released in (see in music). It was the first of three consecutive Accept records to utilize Dirk Steffens as producer.
  5. Nat
    Shagore 13.12.2019
    Accept Accept records, LPs and CDs.
  6. Malasida
    Jujar 14.12.2019
    Accept('s) Album I'm A Rebel. Listen to all tracks of I'm A Rebel for free.
  7. Meztisar
    Mazuzshura 15.12.2019
    I'm a Rebel è il secondo album in studio del gruppo musicale heavy metal tedesco Accept, pubblicato nel dalla Brain Records. Curiosità. L'autore della prima traccia è George Alexander: pseudonimo di Alex Young, fratello del produttore George Young e dei chitarristi degli AC/DC Angus e Malcolm Young. Tracce. I'm a Rebel (George Alexander).
  8. Tojind
    Mejar 14.12.2019
    Dec 31,  · Originally released in , I'm a Rebel was the second album from German heavy metal masters Accept. It's also the least-favorite album of just about every Accept fan, since record company pressure pushed the band away from the heavy metal sound of their debut and towards a more commercially-accessible AC/DC-style hard rock sound/5(35).

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