David Reece

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David L. Reece is an American vocalist best kent for his time wi Accept an contreibution tae thair 1989 album Eat the Heat.

Muisical career[eedit | eedit soorce]

Afore Accept[eedit | eedit soorce]

Reece grew up in Oklahoma,[1] makin his recording debut wi Dare Force in 1989. He an aa recorded vocals for a demo for Sacred Child. He wis replaced bi Astrid Young afore thair album recording, but the demos war included on a re-release o thair debut.[2]

Wi Accept[eedit | eedit soorce]

Efter mony auditions, Reece wis chosen tae be the new Accept sangster for Eat the Heat. He an the rest o the baund produced a different soondin album than those o early Accept albums. The tour wis cancelled an he wis fired as the sangster.

Efter Accept[eedit | eedit soorce]

Efter bein sacked frae Accept, he formed Bangalore Choir an released an album wi them. The band included members o Hericane Alice - a band for which Reece haed declined tae record demo vocals earlier due tae his involvement wi Lillian X - a partnership which never resulted in ony recorded material.[3] The follaein years he released twa albums wi Sircle of Silence wi Larry Farkas frae Vengeance Rising, Jay Schellen frae Hurricane an Greg Chaisson, formerly o Badlands.[4] He then released an album wi American band Stream.[5]

In 2007, Reece jynt Swedish band Gypsy Rose, releasing an album wi them the follaein year.[6]

Reece released his first solo album on August 28, 2009. His band consists o Andy Susemihl (ex-U.D.O.), Stefan Schwarzmann (formerly wi U.D.O., currently an aa wi Accept) an Jochen Fünders (ex-Holy Moses).

Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Accept: "Eat the Heat" (1989)
  • Bangalore Choir: "On Target" (1992)
  • Sircle of Silence: "Sircle of Silence" (1993)
  • Sircle of Silence: "Suicide Candyman" (1994)
  • Stream: "Take it or Leave it" (1995)
  • Gypsy Rose: "Another World" (2008)
  • Reece: "Universal Language" (2009)
  • Bangalore Choir: "Cadence" (2010)

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