Second re-release of the debut full-length album by the legendary German Heavy Metal band.
Fans of Accept should enjoy the first solo album from lead singer Udo Dirkschneider, which employs all the crushing power of that band's Teutonic Metal sound without the latent pop influences. Udo's unmistakable howl leads the charge on “Animal House”, while his backing band does an uncanny job of copying Accept's immaculate Metal crunch.
Of course, the fact that all the songs were written by Accept and producer Deaffy may have something to do with the familiarity of the sound.
Once again, U.D.O. strikes terror into the hearts of false Metal prophets by releasing arguably the best Heavy Metal album in the past decade. With killer cuts like "Lay Down The Law", "Black Widow" and the title track, Udo Dirkschneider and co are out to prove that their dominance in the Heavy Metal world is no fluke. This is really one of the best U.D.O.'s albums, if not the best!
Breaker Rec./SPV, 1987/2000 (SPV 076-57292 CD) Made in Germany.
2.Go Back To Hell
3.They Want War
5.In The Darkness
6.Lay Down The Law
7.We Want It Loud
11.Run For Cover