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electricphase | Mexico City | 01/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Accept's later years showed a different kind of monster. The twin guitar attack was gone, but guitar god Wolf Hoffmann managed to produce a richer, heavier, meaner more melodic sound. Although Accept's last three studio albums (Objection Overruled, Predator and Death Row) lacked commercial success, they are simply outstanding. They are not commercially oriented like Balls to the Wall and Metal Heart, something that definitely alienates some fans that still longing the mid-80s metal scene.Playing at its best, this live album demonstrates how an incredibly good band Accept became with the years. Accept never sounded tighter and more powerful than during their last three unheralded albums. We need more music like this today. Thankfully, both Udo and Wolf are still producing great music in their own projects. Final Chapter has an excellent recording sound, and it is definitively a must buy for any real heavy rock fan."
Accept - 'The Final Chapter' (CMC International)
Mike Reed | USA | 01/28/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Great under appreciated long-running German heavy metal band.Have always totally dug Accept.Remember back in the day when most people used to refer to them as the group that sounds EXACTLY like AC/DC?What a nice way to not only remember the band but for them to gracefully call it a day.'The Final Chapter' is a should-have for all Accept fans.Tracks that brought back some cool memories for me of '80's metal are "London Leatherboys","Slaves To Metal","Restless And Wild","Son Of A Bitch","Metal Heart",their signature song "Balls To The Wall" and "Beast Inside".I saw Udo with his back-up band on tour with Saxon play a seedy club here awhile back and I recall Dirkschneider playing like half the cuts I just mentioned.Line-up:Udo-vocals,Wolf Hoffman-guitar,Peter Baltes-bass and Michael Cartellone-drums.I'd like to see these guys reunite sometimes and tour with the likes of Manowar,Krokus or maybe even Twisted Sister.Yeah,I know...keep dreaming.But then again,reunions are big these days."
Same album as All Areas Worldwide
Zilva | Sydney - Australia | 11/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Brilliant double live album, but exactly the same as All Areas Worldwide, just a different cover and artwork - don't get caught."