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  • Audio CD (6 Dec. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B0000TAPM4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,040 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Caper J on 15 April 2004
Format: Audio CD
It was always going to be a challenge to come up with an album quite as good as 'Making Enemies Is Good', however with 'Stockholm Syndrome' they have definatley done this.
As usual the album opens with a taster of things to come as they taunt 'Everybody ready!?', each song is a powerful mix of sleazy-rock remanisant of G'N'R in their 'Apitite...' days. The best, and most catchy song is 'Friends' which boasts a who's who of sleaze, but other great tracks include the single 'Minus Celsius', 'Pig for Swine', 'Be myself and I'.
So whilst the mouth-watering tour with The Wildhearts, fell at the last hurdle, they are embarking on a British tour which is well worth a visit. If these guys were American then they would be huge and talented, as it is they are just talented. Swedish rock seems to be going from strength to strength, and these guys still remain the best, however check out Hardcore Superstar's 'No Regrets' album, which is just as good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Howe on 3 Feb. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Total 13 is a punk masterpiece, considered one of the only albums able to stand next to Appetite for Destruction by Guns N' Roses
Follow-up Making Enemies Is Good was, well, good. The song-writing was better but the more polished feel takes away some of the edge meaning it falls a little flat in certain parts, but still rocks overall.
This LP here, Stockholm Syndrome, is a welcome return to form as they get back to what they do best. Minus Celsius, Earn the Crown, Be Myself & I, Say When, these are all classics. It's got a big singalong collaboration called Friends which features Michael Monroe and Joey Ramone in his last recording before his death and while it's interesting it is probably the weakest song on the LP.
four and a half stars from me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Howe on 12 Jan. 2011
Format: Audio CD
After 1998's epic punk album "Total 13", Backyard Babies got their big break and released 2001's "Making Enemies Is Good", an album which retained BB's trademark sneer and rawness yet felt somewhat over-produced due to the big studio production and large budget and this prevented the band from being all they could be.

Not to fear.

With "Stockholm Syndrome" the band returned to what they are best at and they cut the production in half. This is as raw as it gets and their songwriting has evolved in leaps and bounds too. One thing about Backyard Babies is that they are incredibly consistent - having never released a bad album in their career to date.

"Stockholm Syndrome" begins with the sleazy 'Everybody Ready' and never lets up for a second. You'll be blasted by Guns N' Roses-esque riffs and the kind of rock attitude which bands fake nowadays. The only difference being, Backyard Babies actually live it. They back up their own hype. These guys are the last great rockstars.

'Minus Celsius', 'A Song For The Outcast', 'Year By Year' and 'Earn The Crown' bring back the kind of no nonsense rock attitude which the scene has been missing since "Total 13" landed five years previously and cement the band fully back to their best. Whilst songs like "Pigs For Swine" show that the band are fully aware of just how good they are and they are at their peak right here.
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By "jp99_97" on 13 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
It was whilst on my daily flick through the music channels that I stumbled across single 'Minus Celsius' and decided to check out the rest of the 'Stockholm Syndrome' album, purely because I liked the ballsy rock I had heard. Having heard of the Backyard Babies but never pursued the interest, this album was a breath of fresh air and certainly a lucky break in terms of the manner in which I came across the album. No song fails to deliver, all providing a riff-laden catalogue of 80's style rock. Any one who likes bands like Guns N' Roses and Motley Crue-esque rock should definitely check this band out. You won't be disappointed as it serves as a reminder that bands such as The Darkness don't cut it in the riff category compared to bands like The Babies.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is a great cd from an amazing group! 31 Aug. 2007
By J. Turner - Published on
Format: Audio CD
First off I am an 80's rock fan. I listen to everything from Faster Pussycat to Slayer. I recently purchased 4 of the BB cds. Most say Total 13 is the best but I diagree. This is my favorite followed by Enemies, Diesel then Total 13. This is an absolutely amazing band. Sounds kind of like Faster Pussycat, GnR meets Social Distortion. If you buy any of their cds I promise you will enjoy every song on every cd.

Just a little side note....80's rock seems to have never went away in Europe as it has here in the US. There are many great bands (especially in Sweden) that are worth looking into. I have found many of these groups through the "People who bought this bought that" and the "Check out my list" part of Amazon.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Dee - Published on
Format: Audio CD
L'attesissimo ritorno dei Backyard Babies, dopo l'agrodolce "Making Enemies Is Good", si concretizza nel 2004 (a tre anni dalla pubblicazione del suo predecessore sopracitato) con "Stockholm Syndrome".

Quelli a cui ci troviamo di fronte, tuttavia, non sono pi? i Backyard Babies di un tempo; rimangono le basi del loro sound, ma il tutto suona decisamente meno "pomposo" e dirompente. E' appunto il suono il primo elemento a tracciare un solco con il passato dei rocker svedesi.

Suono, dunque. Appare sin dall'opener "Everybody Ready" che i ragazzacci del rock hanno ripulito la loro produzione in favore di una chiarezza e limpidezza di sound che contraddistinguer? anche il successivo episodio discografico "People Like People Like People Like Us".

Limpido ma potente, rauco ed accelerato "Stockholm Syndrome" ? un disco che cattura l'ascoltatore dall'inizio alla fine, per tutta la sua durata.

I migliori brani dell'intera produzione, possono essere facilmente identificati in "Earn The Crown", "a Song For The Outcast", "Year By Year" e soprattutto nel classic rocker "Friends", vero lavoro corale che ospita diversi "big" della scena rock mondiale quali il compianto Joey Ramone accanto a Kory Clarke, Tyla e tanti altri.

L'unico colpo non totalmente riuscito di "Stockholm Syndrome" ? identificabile in "One Sound" che spezza il ritmo dell'intero disco nel suo ritmo sincopato e ammiccante al nu metal.

Episodi poco felici a parte (uno solo in realt?, come accennato), il disco si regge abbondantemente sulle sue gambe, esplode e si contorce e arriva come un pugno sulla faccia dell'ascoltatore.

Siamo chiaramente lontani dai fasti di "Total 13", ma con un disco cos?... A chi importa?

L'evoluzione dei BYB ? palpabile in ogni brano e soprattutto nel singolo "Minus Celsius".

"Stockholm Syndrome" ? in conlusione un album adatto a chi ama il rock n' roll sudato e sporco, stradaiolo e vero, senza compromessi di alcun tipo.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Backyard Babies are the real deal!!! 1 Mar. 2004
By "vyvvy" - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being a fan of the last couple Backyard Babies CDs I had high hopes for this one, and I was not disappointed. This is probably their most consistant album to date. While not as punk sounding at Total 13, this is still good edgy rock while still having melody. There is also not the variance of styles like on Making Enemy (from I Love to Roll & Painkiller). Each of their albums has its own feel and that is part of Backyard Babies strength.
The disc opens up with Everybody Ready!, a very stong energy rush song to get you hooked. From there is goes into a string of songs that could all easily be singles (I think two of them are) - Earn the Crown, Song for the Outcast & Minus Celcius. All of these are driving anthemic songs that would sound great live in a small or large venue. Things then start shifting a bit in sound. Pigs for Swine is a highly melodic rocker and is the catchiest tune thus far in the album. One Sound is the slowest song on the disc & is reminisant of early Jane's Addiction. Say When (my favorite at this time) sounds like pop punk done right - very upbeat, melodic, short & to the point, yet unlike most pop punk these guys can play their instrument with great proficency & the song doesn't sound like every one else out there. The remainder of the album keeps up the quality displayed throughout the CD. The odd track on here though is Friends which has Nicke only singing in the chorus, it is filled with bits from the likes of Tyla, Michael Monroe & Joey Ramone. The song is interesting & it is nice to hear all of the people they have on there.
This is one of the best CDs I have heard in quite a while. If you are wanting good straight ahead rock this would be an excellent purchase. Scandanavia is putting out most of the best American rock out there - Hellacopters, Flaming Sideburns, Hardcore Superstar & of course, The Backyard Babies.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's melodic but still pure rock 'n' roll 3 Feb. 2004
By L. B. Ivarsson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This time, Backyard Babies have polished their dirty rock approach and "Stockholm syndrome" is a very melodic effort. There are plenty of hooks and catchy choruses but it's still solid rock with a lot a bad boy attitude. If you like The Hellacopters' "High visibility" and "By the grace of God", I can assure that you'll also take this album under your wings. Many of the songs have the potential of becoming hits, and the material is very attractive from the beginning to the end. Since you've come this far, maybe you should check out Mustach and their fine effort "Rat safari". Just a tip!
Backyard does it again 30 April 2004
By Hunter Scales - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ok Backyard Babies have not put out a bad CD yet and this proves it this CD is awsome. I listen to it all the time it's spinning in my stereo right now. This just proves that America can't do music right so we have to count on Sweden. Also the song Friends is amazing it is one of the coolest songs ever. So get this CD and if you like them check out Hardcore Superstar another awsome Swedish band.
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