Head Over Heels - Accept - Balls To The Wall (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Head Over Heels This song is by Accept and appears on the album Balls To The Wall (). This song has been covered by HammerFall under the title "Head Over Heels". Late at night in the park I saw them slipping in the dark For heaven sake, what's going on? It's like someone is here Gotta follow now Like being in a trance for me There's silence here More than all the noise Spurting.
  2. Accept's Balls to the Wall, originally pushed out in , is the ripping follow-up to the legendary, proto-thrash Restless & Wild recording from the uber ass kickin' alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo group collaborated with "Deafy" to pen ten cuts for the mighty metal masterpiece. The end result is a set of heavy hitters, that are augmented by complex lyrics, as the group presents a dark, bare-bones, heavy.
  3. ACCEPT BALLS TO THE WALL Released on December 5, (RCA / Portrait) Review: When Accept dropped their first major label album, Balls To The Wall, back in December , they were already an underground metal phenomenon due to the preceding classics Breaker and Restless And alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo remained a bit mysterious to us North Americans as they hadn’t toured over here.
  4. Head Over Heels Lyrics: Late at night in the park / I saw them slipping in the dark / For heaven sake, what's going on? / It's like someone is here / Gotta follow now / Like being in a trance for me.
  5. “Balls to the Wall” was released as the lead single of German heavy metal band’s fifth studio album of the same name. The anthemic title track is the album’s best known song, and became.
  6. Accept 's most notorious album, Balls to the Wall was also their biggest commercial success. Following hot upon the heels of their creative breakthrough, Restless and Wild, you'd also be hard pressed to find a more sexually charged record in any musical genre.9/
  7. These days when its hard to search for new rock material, something is discovered and I accept discovering Accept better late than never. Balls to the Wall is for me a classic. The title track rocks along with the rest of the music on this cd. Good melodic hard rock, the type I enjoy the most. Balls to the Wall is a must for your hard rock library/5().
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Balls To The Wall on Discogs. Label: Portrait - PRT ,Portrait - RT • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal.

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