Breaker is the third studio album released by German heavy metal band Accept. It was once again recorded at Delta-Studio in Wilster with Dirk Steffens producing, and was the first Accept album engineered by Michael Wagener. Bassist Peter Baltes sings lead vocal on "Breaking Up Again," and the bridge vocal on "Midnight Highway. After the unsuccessful attempt at commercialism on I'm a Rebel, Accept decided not to allow any more outside people to influence the band.
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Stereotypical Stereotype Breaker. January 31, 2011 Published by mlahtov. Author: Tomas Marcinkevicius. One of the main words in my rant would be stereotype. It worked out pretty simple: I had some stereotypes about Macedonia, such as inhabitants being lazy and overly-nice people from the South, all-embracing poverty and carelessness for the future, lonely shepherds taking care of mountain goats, trails of Yugoslavian socialist-realist culture etc.
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|COLA 033||Breaker||StereoType (7", Single)||Coalition Recordings||COLA 033||UK||1998|
|COLA 033CD, COLA033CD, 3984 210712||Breaker||Stereotype (CD, Single)||Coalition Recordings, Coalition Recordings, Coalition Recordings||COLA 033CD, COLA033CD, 3984 210712||UK||1998|
|none||Breaker||Stereotype (Cass, Promo)||Coalition Recordings||none||UK||1998|