Accept - Staying A Life - 2LP vinyl album teutonic heavy metal

  "Staying a Life" is a double live album by Accept. It was recorded in Osaka, Japan in 1985. It was released in 1990, shortly after the band's first breakup. It was mixed by Uli Baronowsky at Dierks Studios 

 

 

Album Front cover photo of : Accept Staying A Life 2LP

Music Genre:

  German Heavy Speed Metal 
Packaging:  Gatefold/FOC (Fold Open Cover) Album Cover Design. This album includes the original 12" insert with a review (in German) of the Accept band by Andreas Kraatz  

Record Label Information:

RCA NL74720, BMG Ariola Hamburg

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP  Gramophone Record
Album weight: 380 gram  

Year & Country:

1990 Made in Germany
Band Members and Musicians on: Accept Staying A Life 2LP
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Udo Dirkschneider - Vocals

    Udo Dirkschneider: a metal icon forged in steel. The legendary voice of Accept, the unstoppable force behind U.D.O. Explore his music, his journey, and the enduring power of true heavy metal.

  • Wolf Hoffmann: Guitars
  • Jörg Fischer: Guitars
  • Peter Baltes: Bass Guitar
  • Stefan Kaufmann - Drums, Guitars (Stefan Kaufmann joined Accept as drummer early enough to appear on the cover photos for their debut album, but too late to record the drums for the album (that was done by Frank Friedrich).)
  • Wolf Hoffman
Track Listing of: Accept Staying A Life 2LP

The Song/tracks on "Accept Staying A Life 2LP" are

    Record One:
  • Metal Heart
  • Breaker
  • Screaming for a Love-Bite
  • Up to the Limit
  • Living for Tonight
  • Princess of the Dawn
  • Neon Nights
  • Burning
    Record Two:
  • Head over Heels
  • Guitar Solo Wolf
  • Restless and Wild
  • Son of a Bitch
  • London Leatherboys
  • Love Child
  • Flash Rockin' man
  • Dogs on Leads
  • Fast as a Shark
  • Balls to the Wall
  • Outro (Bound to Fail)
Album Front cover photo of : Accept Staying A Life 2LP
Album Front cover photo of : Accept Staying A Life 2LP
Additional photos of the Accept album: Staying Alive  

Photos of Accept performing live on-stage, album back cover Staying A Life 

Photos of Accept performing live on-stage, album back cover Staying A Life   

Fireworks and liner nodes on inside of Staying A Life Gatefold cover side one 

Fireworks and liner nodes on inside of Staying A Life Gatefold cover side one 

Fireworks and liner nodes on inside of Staying A Life Gatefold cover Side Two   

Fireworks and liner nodes on inside of Staying A Life Gatefold cover Side Two   

Close-up photo of the RCA Record Label with catalognr NL74720 of "Staying A Life"  

Close-up photo of the RCA Record Label with catalognr NL74720 of "Staying A Life"   Close-up photo of the RCA Record Label with catalognr NL74720 of "Staying A Life"  

Note: the above pictures are actual photos of the album and allow you to judge the quality of cover. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.

Index of ACCEPT ( BAND ) 1980s VINYL Discography

ACCEPT - Accept ( self-titled )
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BRAIN 0060.188  , 1979 , Germany

"ACCEPT" is the self-titled debut album released by the German heavy metal band Accept. It was recorded in 1978 and released in early 1979 on the German label Brain Records. Drums on the record are played by Frank Friedrich, but he chose not to pursue a professional music career and so his place was taken by Stefan Kaufmann just prior to the album's release 

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ACCEPT - Balls to the Wall
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 RCA PL 70186 / LC 0316 , 1983 , Germany

"Balls To The Walle" is the fifth album by the German metal band Accept. It is the band's best known and highest-selling album, selling about two million copies worldwide

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ACCEPT - Best of Accept Orig Brain
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Brain 811 994 , 1983 , Germany

"Best of Accept" is a compilation album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in 1983. The songs on the album were pulled from Accept's earliest four solo albums, namely Accept, I'm a Rebel, Breaker, and Restless and Wild

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ACCEPT - Breaker
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Brain Records 0060.390 , 1981 , Germany

"Breaker" is the third album released by the speed metal band Accept. It was recorded from December 1980 to January 1981 at Delta-Studio, Wilster.

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ACCEPT - Eat the Heat
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 RCA PL74083 , 1989 , Made in Germany

"Eat the Heat" is the 1989 release by German Heavy metal band Accept. It was recorded at Dierks-Studios, in Cologne, from September 1988 to January 1989. Although Jim Stacey is presented as guitar player in the band on the album cover, the cover text also states that all guitars are by Wolf Hoffmann.

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ACCEPT - Hungry Years Digital Remix UK
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 Metronome Music GmbH 831 077-1 , 1977 , Made in Uk ( United Kingdom )

  This album "Hungry Years Digital Remix"  is a compilation album with digital  remixes  of selected tracks from their 2nd, 3rd and 4th albums

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ACCEPT - I'm a Rebel
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 BRAIN 0060.389 , 1980 , Made in Germany

"I'm a Rebel" is the second album by the heavy metal band Accept, recorded in 1979 and released in 1980 It was the first of three consecutive Accept records to utilize Dirk Steffens as producer.

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ACCEPT - Kaizoku-Ban / Live in Japan
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 RCA NG70941 , 1985 , Made in Germany

Accept's 'Kaizoku-Ban' is a live mini album that unleashes a sonic storm of heavy metal energy. Recorded in Nagoya, Japan in 1985, this genuine 1st issue vinyl LP captures the raw power of a legendary performance. Udo Dirkschneider's commanding vocals, Wolf Hoffmann's scorching guitars, and a relentless rhythm section create an electrifying experience.

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ACCEPT - Metal Heart
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 RCA PL 70638 , 1985 , Made in Germany

"Metal Heart" is the 1985 release by German heavy metal band Accept. Although the group had recorded before at Dierks-Studios, this was the first album produced by Dieter Dierks

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ACCEPT - Metal Masters
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 RCA PL 70638 , 1985 , Made in Germany

  "Metal Masters" is a compilation album of songs by the German Heavy Metal band: ACCEPT. This release was issued as a double LP on the Brain Record label and produced by Frank Marin.

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ACCEPT - Restless and Wild ( France )
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Venus Records / Polydor 810 987 , 1983 , Made in France

This is the French release of "Restless and Wild" by the German Heavy Metal band "ACCEPT" and has been released on the Venus records. The album front cover shows the Accept band live on stage and this front cover is different from other European releases (which show two white "Gibson Flying V" guitars burning into flames )

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ACCEPT - Restless and Wild ( Germany )
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BRAIN 0060.513  , 1982 , Germany

This is the GERMAN release of "Restless and Wild" by the German Heavy Metal band "ACCEPT" and has been released on the Venus records

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ACCEPT - Russian Roulette
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RCA PL 70972 / LC 0316 , 1986 , Made in Germany

"Russian Roulette" is the 1986 release by German heavy metal band Accept. It was again recorded at Dierks-Studios, but the band chose to self-produce rather than bring back Dieter Dierks as producer. It would be the last Accept album to feature Udo Dirkschneider as lead vocalist

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ACCEPT - Staying A Life
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RCA NL74720, BMG Ariola Hamburg , 1990 , Germany

"Staying a Life" is a double live album by Accept. It was recorded in Osaka, Japan in 1985. It was released in 1990, shortly after the band's first breakup. It was mixed by Uli Baronowsky at Dierks Studios  

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