Jörg Fischer

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Jörg Fischer is a German guitar player, primarily kent for his wirk wi Accept.[1] He joined the baund towards the end o the recordin o their self titled debut album an plays on the albums I'm a Rebel an Breaker till leavin afore the recordin o the fowert album Restless and Wild. Efter the recordin o Balls to the Wall wis completed he wis asked tae rejoin the baund. Fischer appears on the albums Metal Heart an Russian Roulette. Bi this time his role haed diminished mainly tae rhythm guitarist, although featured on lead guitar on the sangs "Living for Tonite", "Wrong is Right', 'Aiming High', "Another Second to be" an 'Lay Down the Law" (performit bi Accept on UDO's 'Animal House' album). Fischer left the baund again aroond 1988 tae form his awn project. He haes released an album wi Billionaire Boys' Club an aw, cried Something Wicked Comes.[2]

Beside Fischer, Billionaire Boys' Club's line-up was Anders Johansson (ex-Yngwie Malmsteen; currently with Hammerfall) on drums, Magnus Rosén (ex-Hammerfall) on bass and Mark Boals (ex-Yngwie Malmsteen) on vocals.

This line-up wis seen in Ed Dalsland, Swaden.

Fischer can be heard wi the baund Doom Squad on the album Legends Of Metal:Tribute To Judas Priest on the sang "Burning Up" an aw.

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