U.D.O.: No Limits-1998.

U.D.O.:Heavy Metal from Germany.

Discography:

Animal HouseFull-length1987
They Want WarSingle1988 
Mean MachineFull-length1989
U.D.O. / MammothSplit1989 
Heart of GoldSingle1990 
Faceless WorldFull-length1990
TimebombFull-length1991
Two Faced WomanSingle1997 
Independence DaySingle1997 
SolidFull-length1997 
LovemachineSingle1998
No LimitsFull-length1998
Best OfCompilation1999 
HolyFull-length1999
Live from RussiaLive album2001
Dancing with an AngelSingle2002 
Man and MachineFull-length2002
Nailed to Metal – The Missing TracksLive album2003 
Nailed to Metal – The Complete HistoryVideo2003 
ThundervisionVideo2004 
ThunderballFull-length2004
24/7EP2005 
Mission No. XFull-length2005
The Wrong Side of MidnightEP2007 
MastercutorFull-length2007
MetallizedCompilation2007 
Mastercutor AliveLive album2008 
Mastercutor AliveVideo2008 
InfectedEP2009
DominatorFull-length2009
Best Of & LiveCompilation2009 
Wacken Hymne – Heavy Metal W:O:ASplit2010 
LeatherheadEP2011 
Rev-RaptorFull-length2011
Wacken Hymne – Wacken Will Never DieSplit2011 
U.D.O.: Celebrator (Rare Tracks)Split2012 
Live in SofiaLive album2012 
Metal MachineSingle2013 
SteelhammerSingle2013 
SteelhammerFull-length2013
Steelhammer – Live from MoscowVideo2014 
DecadentSingle2014 
DecadentFull-length2015
Navy Metal NightVideo2015 
Live – Back to the RootsLive album2016 
Live – Back to the Roots – Accepted!Live album2017 
Rising HighSingle2018 
One Heart One SoulSingle2018 
SteelfactoryFull-length2018
Fire Blood and Steel / Blood on FireSplit2019 
We Are OneCollaboration2020
PandemoniumSingle2020 
Future Is the Reason WhySingle2020 
Where the Angels FlySingle2020 
Man And Machine (Live)Single2021 
Wrong Side Of Midnight (Live)Single2021 
Live in Bulgaria 2020 – Pandemic Survival ShowLive album2021
Metal Never DiesSingle2021 
Kids and GunsSingle2021 
ProphecySingle2021 
Game OverFull-length2021

Members:

Udo DirkschneiderVocals (1987-1991, 1996-present)
See also: Dirkschneider & the Old Gang, Dirkschneider, Metal All Stars, ex-Accept, ex-Band X
Andrey SmirnovGuitars (2012-present)
See also: Andrey SmirnovEverlostFlash of AggressionNebesa, Andrey Smirnoff’s The Loner, Земляне, ex-Shadow Host, ex-Д.И.В.А., ex-Мастер, ex-Blaze Bayley (live), ex-Paul Di’Anno (live), ex-Эпидемия (live), ex-Галактика
Sven DirkschneiderDrums (2015-present)
See also: Dirkschneider & the Old Gang, .damaged, Dirkschneider (live), ex-Saxon (live)
Tilen HudrapBass (2018-present)
See also: ThrawKellerWartune, Scepsis, James Rivera’s SJS (live), ex-Paradox, ex-Pestilence, ex-Vicious Rumors, ex-Testament (live)
Dee DammersGuitars (2018-present)
See also: Dirty D’Sire, The Treatment

Past Members:

Dieter RubachBass (1987-1988)
See also: ex-Bad Steve, ex-Band X, ex-Lichtblick
Frank RittelBass (1987)
See also: ex-Beast, ex-Energy, ex-Warlock, ex-Coracko, ex-Snakebite, ex-Thales
Thomas FrankeDrums (1987-1988)
See also: ex-Stallion, ex-Warrant, ex-Nightprowler, ex-Snakebite
Andy SusemihlGuitars (1987-1989)
See also: David Reece, Andy Susemihl, ex-Sinner, ex-Ape, ex-Lazy, ex-Mr. Perfect
Mathias DiethGuitars (1987-1991)
See also: Dirkschneider & the Old GangGravestone, ex-Sinner, ex-Ape
Peter SzigetiGuitars (1987)
See also: Killa Notes, ex-Beast, ex-Energy, ex-Stonewashed, ex-Velvet Viper, ex-Warlock, ex-Coracko, ex-Jeff Brown, ex-Snakebite
Thomas “Bodo” SmuszynskiBass (1988-1991)
See also: Bourbon $treet, ex-Axel Rudi Pell, ex-Running Wild, ex-Darxon, ex-Kathy Hawk
Stefan SchwarzmannDrums (1988-1991, 1996-1998)
See also: Pänzer, ex-Accept, ex-Helloween, ex-Herman Frank, ex-Paradox, ex-Running Wild, ex-Voice, ex-Cronos Titan, ex-Krokus, ex-X-Wild, ex-Godiva (live), ex-Born Loosers, ex-Canberra, ex-Die Suicides
Wolfgang “Wolla” BöhmGuitars (1990)
See also: ex-Universe, ex-Darxon, ex-Stormwind, ex-Bourbon $treet, ex-Snakebite
Frank FrickeGuitars (1991)
See also: ex-Sacred Chao, ex-Mekong Delta, ex-Siren, ex-X-Mas Project, ex-Living Death, ex-Laos
Fitty WienholdBass (1996-2018)
See also: ex-Bullet, Dirkschneider (live)
Jürgen GrafGuitars (1996-1998)
See also: ex-Bullet, ex-Sign (Deu)
Stefan KaufmannGuitars (1996-2012)
See also: Dirkschneider & the Old Gang, ex-Accept
Lorenzo MilaniDrums (1999-2004)
Igor GianolaGuitars (1999-2013)
See also: CoreLeoni, ex-Jorn, ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Ain’t Dead Yet, ex-Arrakis, ex-Gotthard (live)
Francesco JovinoDrums (2005-2014)
See also: David Reece, Vanishing Signs, Voodoo Circle, ex-Edge of Forever, ex-Jorn, ex-Primal Fear, ex-Sinner, ex-Sunstorm, ex-Hardline
Kasperi HeikkinenGuitars (2013-2017)
See also: Beast in BlackMerging FlareConquest, ex-Iconofear, Guardians of Mankind, ex-Amberian Dawn, ex-Gamma Ray (live), ex-Elenium, ex-Disease, ex-Dirkschneider (live)
Bill HudsonGuitars (2017-2018)
See also: Circle II CircleMetal Against CoronavirusNorthTaleDoro (live), ex-The Supremacy, ex-Jon Oliva’s Pain, Emphatic, I Am Morbid, ex-Aquaria, ex-Avian, ex-Cellador, ex-Power Quest, ex-Kobra and the Lotus (live), ex-Nightrage (live), ex-Trans-Siberian Orchestra (live), ex-Epicurean (live), ex-Savatage (live), ex-Written in Blood, ex-Vital Remains (live), ex-Westfield Massacre

One thought on “U.D.O.: No Limits-1998.

  1. U.D.O.: No Limits-1998.

    ExMachina, February 10th, 2008
    While the 90’s may have been a down-period for Udo Dirkschneider’s original band – Accept – the latter half of the decade undoubtedly belonged to U.D.O. The diminutive German frontman’s traditional Metal powerhouse released a string of brutal albums beginning in ’97 with ‘Solid’ (which lived up to, though perhaps didn’t surpass, its own namesake) and culminating in 1999’s masterpiece known as ‘Holy’. But sandwiched in between these two is arguably the best effort from U.D.O.: No Limits.

    U.D.O. simply does not relent in their straight-forward catchy Metal attack from track 1 to track 13. The entire beginning of the record has all of the foot-pounding Accept-style riffs we’ve now come to expect from guitarist Stefan Kaufmann, and the album in general flows incredibly well. There is nary a ballad to be found among such killer tracks as ‘Way of Life’ and ‘Back with a Vengeance’, the latter being probably the best song on the record. The addition of the classic Accept tune “I’m a Rebel” is a nice touch, if a bit out of place with the overall style of the record, which has sort of a futuristic / sci-fi feel to it that is mirrored in the 2005 U.D.O. album ‘Mission No. X’.

    Some could argue there is some filler, maybe ‘One Step to Fate’ or perhaps ‘Lovemachine’, but even these have moments of brilliance, especially when it comes to guitar solos which – while not blistering or overly complex – serve the mood of the song better than most modern Metal acts do. Udo’s passion for unrelenting, ridiculously catchy classic Metal is apparent during every second of this release, and if you consider yourself a fan of the same then pick this up before it goes back out of print.

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