AFM Records to Reissue Accept’s First Four Records as Digipacks

Talking late 70’s/early 80’s heavy metal classic albums, the first four Accept longplayers have a special significance. What started
very promising with the self-titled debut (1979) and “I’m A Rebel” (1980), went to full fruition on 1981’s stunning “Breaker” record
and its amazing follow-up, “Restless And Wild” (1982). These milestones also paved the way for the tremendous success that
Accept should achieve with their Gold-certified “Balls To The Wall” and “Metal Heart” later on. Now the first four Accept albums will
be reissued as exclusive Digipak editions (in fact available for the first time EVER as Digipaks!), three of them including previously
unreleased Live bonus tracks recorded on singer Udo Dirkschneider’s latest tour (which took place under the banner
“Dirkschneider”). The only exception being the “Accept” album which comes with an audio-recorded interview of Udo
Dirkschneider as bonus, in which “Mr. German Metal” tells the story of Accept’s early days and the band’s foundation. Again: This

is metal history – so these classics definitely deserve the “Platinum Edition” upgrade!

The first four legendary ACCEPT studio albums available for the first time as exclusive Digipak editions!
These “Platinum Editions” come with exclusive bonus material (“I’m A Rebel”, “Breaker” and “Restless And Wild” include
previously unreleased Live tracks recorded on the latest “Dirkschneider” tour, while “Accept” includes an audio-recorded
interview with Udo Dirkschneider (about the foundation of Accept and the band’s early days)
These milestones of Teutonic heavy metal (especially “Breaker and “Restless And Wild”) are hailed as timeless classics and
some of the genre’s brightest hours
Even today, Accept’s legacy is as strong as ever, the band still active and (even in new line-up) very successful
The “Platinum Editions” give the countless Accept fans a chance to complete their collections with the best versions available

on the market

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