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Metal Heart

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 12th, 1985
Catalog ID:
PL 70638
Label:
RCA Records
Format:
Vinyl
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 84%)
Side A
1. Metal Heart 05:25   Show lyrics
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2. Midnight Mover 03:07   Show lyrics
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3. Up to the Limit 04:45   Show lyrics
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4. Wrong Is Right 03:08   Show lyrics
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5. Screaming for a Love-Bite 04:05   Show lyrics
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Side B
6. Too High to Get It Right 03:47   Show lyrics
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7. Dogs on Leads 04:24   Show lyrics
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8. Teach Us to Survive 03:33   Show lyrics
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9. Living for Tonite 03:34   Show lyrics
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10. Bound to Fail 05:05   Show lyrics
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Band members
Udo Dirkschneider Vocals
Wolf Hoffmann Guitars, Electric sitar, Vocals (backing)
Jörg Fischer Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Peter Baltes Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Stefan Kaufmann Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Dieter Dierks Producer, Arrangements
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Deaffy Lyrics
Udo Dirkschneider Vocals
Wolf Hoffmann Guitars, Electric sitar, Vocals (backing)
Jörg Fischer Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Peter Baltes Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Stefan Kaufmann Drums
Dieter Dierks Producer, Arrangements
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Deaffy Lyrics
Read It Is 1999... 86% Metal_Jaw August 22nd, 2012
Read It just doesn't do it for me. 55% Shadespawn September 7th, 2011
Read It Really Is Metal Greatness 94% soul_schizm August 17th, 2011
Read Too High To Get It Right 86% Twisted_Psychology July 30th, 2009
Read Keep Your 'Lectric Aorta On... 80% Frankingsteins October 14th, 2007
Read A milestone in heavy metal... 88% Ermac February 21st, 2006
Read An Underrated Classic! 90% corviderrant August 29th, 2004
Read All Time Classic! 100% Wrathchild June 10th, 2004
Read Fun metal moments to be... 80% Estigia666 April 10th, 2003
Read Heavy fucking metal! 85% Nightcrawler October 12th, 2002

Music and words by Accept + Deaffy.

The title track contains two classical themes: Tchaikovsky's "Slavonic March" in the intro, and Beethoven's "Für Elise" in the guitar solo.

The 2002 BMG Remastered Edtion has the following bonus tracks, both taken from "Kaizoku-Ban - Live in Japan":
11: Love Child (Live) (4:44)
12: Living For Tonite (Live) (3:53)

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at October-December 1984 at Dierks Studio, Cologne.

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