Dirkschneider – LIVE – Back To The Roots – Accepted!

Dirkschneider - LIVE – Back To The Roots - Accepted!
AFM Records
Written by: Nina Mende
Releasedate: 04-08-2017

Udo Dirkschneider is a German heavy metal singer who rose to fame with German heavy metal band Accept. After leaving Accept in 1987, he formed U.D.O., with whom he has enjoyed commercial success as well. Then he formed his solo project called Dirkschneider. In the past years, he has toured under the name Dirkschneider, playing old Accept songs. And here is the live album to that. Coming with two CDs.

This live recording of Dirkschneider is taking you onto a journey. Not only on a journey through the history of the band Accept but also on a journey of musical artistry. The musicians onstage know how to use their instruments. And they play with them, creating moods and atmospheres with merely the sound of it. Taking their time to reach every single mind. This causes a brilliant sound and a unique kind of performance. It is fun listening to this live recording and experience all these different ways of playing music, of creating art. You can hear the audience that was present at the time of recording. They enjoyed it just as much. The cheering after each song is immense.

The two albums last for well over two hours. So go ahead, take some time and enjoy every single second of this album. It was created to become a legend, a milestone in music history. Be part of it.

Dirkschneider - LIVE – Back To The Roots - Accepted! Tracklist:
CD1
01. Intro
02. Starlight
03. Living For Tonite
04. Flash Rockin‘ Man
05. London Leatherboys
06. Midnight Mover
07. Breaker
08. Head Over Heels
09. Neon Night
10. Princess Of The Dawn
11. Winter Dreams
12. Restless And Wild
13. Son Of A Bitch
14. Up To The Limit
CD2
15. Wrong Is Right
16. Midnight Highway
17. Screaming For A Love-Bite
18. Monsterman
19. T.V. War
20. Losers And Winners
21. Metal Heart
22. I’m A Rebel
23. Fast As A Shark
24. Balls To The Wall
25. Burning
26. Outro
27. My Way (Bonus)

 

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04 August 2017