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    The Hellacopters

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    Genre:Punk, Rock
    Rank:3863 history »
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Ferrytale lyrics
    2I Want A Lip lyrics
    3Venus In Force lyrics
    4Everything's on TV lyrics
    5No Dogs lyrics
    6No Salvation lyrics
    7All American Man lyrics
    8Disappointment Blues lyrics
    You Left The Water Running lyrics
    10Ain't Nothin' to Do lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    Payin' the Dues [1997]
    2Grande Rock [1999]
    3Cream Of Crap Vol. 1 [2002]
    4Cream Of Crap Vol. 2 [2004]
    5Supershitty to the Max! [1996]
    6By the Grace of God [2002]
    7High Visibility [2000]
    8Strikes Like Lightning [2004]
    9Disappointment Blues [1998]
    10Geekstreak [2002]


    The Hellacopters were a Swedish garage rock band that was formed in 1994 by Nicke Andersson (vocals and guitar), Dregen (guitar), Kenny Håkansson (bass) and Robert Eriksson (drums). Andersson (sometimes known as Nick Royale) had been the drummer for death metal band Entombed and Dregen was taking a break from his full-time band Backyard Babies. Dregen and Eriksson had been roadies for Entombed, while Håkansson was a childhood friend of Andersson's. The Hellacopters were initially conceived as a side project for Andersson and Dregen, but it eventually became the main songwriting and performance vehicle for Andersson. The band was, together with The Hives, one of the most important Swedish bands in the garage rock revival and one of the most influential rock bands in Sweden.

    The band released their Swedish Grammy-winning debut album Supershitty to the Max! in 1996. Just before a tour opening for Kiss, the band recruited keyboardist and percussionist Anders Lindström (also known as Boba Fett or Boba) on a part-time basis; he would become a full-time member in 1999. After the album Payin' the Dues in 1998, Dregen left the band to return to Backyard Babies full-time, and Mattias Hellberg and Danne Andersson were recruited to complete the band touring responsibilities. After the release of Grande Rock which featured additional guitar playing from both Lindström and Hellberg Robert Dahlqvist was hired as a full-time lead guitarist in 1999. With the lineup now solidified, the band released three more studio albums and a cover album, with many EPs and limited edition releases as well. The Hellacopters disbanded amicably in 2008 so the members could move on to other projects.

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