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Air Raid Serenades

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  • Audio CD (21 Aug. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B000H4W8E0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 139,132 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. (Gotta Get Some Action) Now!
2. Ferrytale
3. Dorn Droke
4. Soulseller
5. You Are Nothin'
6. Like No Other Man
7. Long Gone Losers
8. Move Right Out Of Here
9. The Devil Stole The Beat From The Lord
10. Venus In Force
11. Down Right Blue
12. Crimson Ballroom
13. Hopeless Case Of A Kid In Denial
14. Toys And Flavors
15. No Song Unheard
16. By the Grace of God
17. Carry Me Home
18. It's Good But It Just Ain't Right
19. Turn The Wrong Key
20. Everything's On T.V.
See all 23 tracks on this disc

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Just Buy It - Its Great.
Nothing more needs to be said except this stupid review section insists on more words
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Hella Scary 16 July 2007
By doomsdayer520 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
For more than a decade now, the Hellacopters have unleashed gigantic amounts of some of the best no-nonsense American rock to be heard in ages, and strangely enough they've been doing it from Sweden. The highly prolific band has released so many hundreds of songs in so many formats that compilations like this are a necessity, both for newbies looking for a good place to start and for oldtimers who'd like to have some of the band's best material in one convenient package. Or you could just chalk it up to standard record company exploitation of the compilation market, which would be a cynical but reasonable conclusion. But in any case, unlike the two Cream of the Crap retrospectives that gathered together far-flung B-sides and other scattered arcana (both of those albums are highly recommended), this disc sticks with the band's proper albums, with a few EP items stuck in for variety.

The Hellacopters have evolved greatly over time - their early work sounded almost nothing like their more recent work, as they have moved from frantic hard rock and punk to a rootsy blues rock and southern boogie vibe. (The missing link is the Grande Rock album, which not coincidentally was the beginning of Boba's active contributions.) It's hard to truly love all the band's musical phases equally, but this compilation really helps make sense of the Hellacopters evolution, because now the change really does seem gradual and natural over the intervening years. There truly is a connection between the pummeling punk of the early years and the classic rock revivalism of the dangerously retro album By the Grace of God, not to mention the downright derivative and imitative Rock & Roll is Dead (unsurprisingly, only three of the hardest rockers from that dreadfully predictable album are presented here). A special bonus of this compilation is the liner notes, in which the members of the band give their impressions on each song. There are some real insights into how each 'Copter views the songs and the changes in the band's sound over the years - and you get a good look at their personalities as well. Overall, this compilation is essential for understanding where the Hellacopters have been and why they've decided to go where they're going. [~doomsdayer520~]
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The Mighty Hellacopters 19 Feb. 2011
By Pete - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Ok folks - it's a best of. I bought this one night while looking for something new from the hellacopters.
Now I own most of their catelogue - the name of the CD did it for me, cool name.
It basically tracks from the early albums right up to By The Grace Of God. This best of CD really does have a lot of the favourites on it and certainly shows through how diverse the music really is from these guys.
If you own their CDs get it if you want a mix and of course for the cool name. But theres no extras on it
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Hellacopters - 'Air Raid Serenades' (Universal) 21 Oct. 2009
By Mike Reed - Published on
Format: Audio CD
A definite should-have 24 track compilation of the Hellacopter's 'greatest hits'. First thought that rolls into my mind are what hits? I looked around on the internet and it turns out a lot of their CD's actually charted in their native land Sweden as well as Norway and Finland. The fan who purchases this disc get the better tunes from past titles - 'Supers***y To The Max', 'Payin' The Dues', 'Grande Rock', 'High Visibility', 'By The Grace Of God' and 'Rock And Roll Is Dead' + a couple of limited released songs. Turn this one up!
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