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  • Album vinyle (23 novembre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Gerat
  • ASIN : B0016MJTHQ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par DUNCANIDAHO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 15 janvier 2011
Format: CD
Le groupe se met doucement en place, cet album est plus hard et mieux construit que le premier opus. La production est elle aussi plus puissante.
Jörg Fischer et Wolf Hoffman les deux furieux de la Flying V, nous offrent déjà de belles empoignades et Udo Dirkschneider de terribles déchirures.
Un torride compromis entre AC/DC et Judas Priest.
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
un très bon album de heavy-metal teutonique du plus grand groupe allemand.
Accept restera pour beaucoup l' ennemi de scorpion.
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Humble Beginings..... 7 septembre 2005
Par Daniel Pinto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dont get me wrong, this album has some trademark scorchingly hot Hard Rock tracks, but "Heavy Metal"? No way...

Accept themselves (Well at least UDO) have pretty much disowned this album, mainly because this is not what they had in mind when they were signed. Well what do I mean? "I'm A Rebel" was written by George Alexander, an alias for none other than George Young, producer/Brother of Malcom and Angus from AC/DC. Hence the heavy duty cop of the classic AC/DC sound on a few tracks (Do It & I'm A Rebel) I'm a Rebel is a horrible song,Isnt it? I loved it when I was 15 though....

This record is really all over the place.... SAVE US is a hard rocking song, then all of a sudden this disco bass line...cool song though,like two songs in one!

I Wanna Be no Hero is a very pop-friendly dance tune and a rather good one! Wow, is this really Accept? A far cry from Fast as a shark.

Same goes for No Time To Lose and The King. No Time to lose is a very cool tune, sung by Peter Baltes, rich harmony vox, flowing intertwining guitar lines, just a great song. The King is also OK, but oh my, the cringingly bad lyrics could make Ronnie James Dio Blush....

Thunder and Lightning is another great song, with a nice dual guitar solo section, listen closely after the 1st chorus into the 2nd verse, there is a dropout on one of the guitars that was never fixed in the studio. I'll be darned if you can figure out what UDO is singing about.

The best tunes on the album are DO IT and CHINA LADY. They just simply rock from begining to end. They both attack the senses like a frieght train.

The vox and guitars all sound great, but gosh, what a horrible drum mix! the Snare sounds like a tom tom, thumping along the whole recording.

Stefan and Udo mentioned in the Staying a life video that their ideas they were preparing for this album were shot down. They werent allowed to be creative. But the album has its moments, you can tell they had something, y'now? But you could not see the monster song writers they would become on the next album, BREAKER!

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ACCEPT'S second album 1 septembre 2013
Par Ben30 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is ACCEPT'S second album I'M A REBEL released in Europe and the U.K. 1980, not the U.S. yet
cause they don't get Worldwide commercially known until Balls to the wall album in 1984.
this is the 2005 SPV reissue digital remaster
with all new liner notes from UDO explaining the making of the album
UDO is ACCEPT'S first singer for any fan who doesn't know.
being a Digital remaster each track does sound really Good compared to Vinyl but it's a matter of opinion

with this album ACCEPT drop their Hardrock sound on a few tracks, there's 8 tracks and only Half the album is really Good in my opinion
based on production budget i guess, this album like there first album were both produced in Germany on little money
tracks like I'm a Rebel, Save us, Thunder and Lightning and Do it, really Good Hardrock tracks like AC/DC i guess
but the rest of the album like The King, I wanna be no hero and No time to lose loose the Hardrock sound for sure
the rest of the album sounds like slow rock ballads to me.
so i gave this album 3 stars for the sound and style change

there is probably only 4 tracks i still listen to from this album which are only the Hardrock tracks of course.
so for any new fan getting into ACCEPT, you make your own decision if you want to get this album or not.
or maybe someone has uploaded this album on youtube you can check out the tracks for yourself.
A solid hard rock album, but a bad Accept album 28 décembre 2011
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Originally released in 1980, 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.

There's a reason I'm a Rebel is barely considered a "real" Accept album. As soon as the upbeat title track kicks in you know you're not getting the kind of heavy metal seen on the Accept debut. This is a band that works best when they can cut loose, and this album sounds like there was a record company suit saying "too much, guys, too much" every step of the way. It's not a bad album at all, but it still sticks out like a sore thumb compared to the rest of the Accept discography. Fortunately the band was able to soldier through and get back to a more metal direction the following year with Breaker.

I'm a Rebel is actually a pretty solid hard rock album, but sandwiched between the classic metal of the Accept and Breaker albums, of course it's going to look like the weakest link. If you're a serious fan of the late `70s and early `80s hard rock sound, there's a lot to like in I'm a Rebel. Metal fans and Accept die-hards are probably only going to want this album to finish off their Accept collections.

Edition Notes: I'm a Rebel was reissued by SPV in 2005. The album hasn't been remastered, nor are there any bonus tracks. It does have expanded liner notes and some rare photos, which is cool. The only reason to pick up this reissue is the same reason you'd be buying I'm a Rebel in the first place - to finish off your Accept collection.
They're all laughing at me... 28 novembre 2010
Par Mark H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What the heck happened here? After a very promising debut record that stood alongside many of the young guns that were flying the torch for heavy metal into the new decade, Accept kind of laid an egg on their follow up, `I'm a Rebel'. For a band that seemed to get it right out of the box, this was pretty frustrating and disappointing to say the least. Is it a terrible record? No, but if it was their debut then that would have been more understandable. Why is `I'm a Rebel' so second rate? It is hard to say - the drum beats and overall rhythms of the LP seem rather pedestrian almost like a third rate `British Steel' (although I love that record, it does seem like Priest deliberately dumbed down their sound for American dollars). Accept should have stayed the course but at least it was only one stumble - they would right wrongs on their next record. The title track was supposedly written for and rejected by AC/DC which gives you an insight into its overall quality. What can I recommend from this record? Nothing essential, although I do like `The King' and maybe `China Lady' but what's with the disco beats on "I Wanna Be No Hero"? Eeeesh! As I said luckily `I'm a Rebel' is a slight speed bump during a five year period where Accept could do very little wrong. Fans may want this but others should get the records from 81-85, they won't be disappointed.
Disco metal experiment 26 septembre 2004
Par B. Whisson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I think Accept were not quite sure of where they were headed at the time they made this album. It takes a weird turn from the straight ahead (but occasionally boring) metal from the first album into the realm of disco. Their next album was a strong return to metal, suggesting they realised that they were a few years out of step with music fashion. I'm A Rebel is an interesting experiment - probably not the best place to be musically but worth a listen all the same.

The title track is an outrageous anthem that should really be appalling, but it's strangely catchy. I've been trying to work out if it actually has a bass line for many years (it lacks bottom end for some reason). "Save Us" is a very neat disco metal track, with strong riffs competing with a disco high-hat and bass line. "China Lady" uses simple, blues based riffing, but very addictive. "I Wanna Be No Hero" is so seriously disco it's funny, yet (once again) it is still a reasonable tune.

Overall I give the album a 3/5, as it gets old rather quickly, plus there are two dud tracks ("No Time To Lose" and "Do It").
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