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5.0 out of 5 stars Song writing brilliance, 20 Feb 2001
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This review is from: High Visibility (Audio CD)
One of the most consistently good albums I've heard. Not a poor track on it and coupled with all the attitude of earlier releases this adds extra class and polish. Standout tracks appear throughout the album with my favourite - truckloads of nothin' - "...I'll see you on the way down, if I remember your name" The Hellacopters deserve to be massive. An excellent live band as well. Thoroughly recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stockholm Rock City!, 24 Dec 2000
This review is from: High Visibility (Audio CD)
Well the 70's Hard Rock obsession continues where Grande Rock left off, but there's plenty more depth to these new songs, fired on high by wailing dirty guitars from Nicke & Strings, plus a healthy injection of rinky dinky keyboards from Boba Lee Fett tinkering in the background. It might all sound a long way off what the 'COPTERS were doing on the firecracker debut that was Super Shitty To The Max, but if you've been along for the ride since then I reckon you're gonna find this new LP's gonna hit you in all the right places. After a couple of spins I was totally in the groove, the immediate standouts being Baby Borderline, Sometimes I Don't Know, Truckloads of Nothin', I Wanna Touch, Hurtin' Time (co written by Nicke & Scott Morgan of SONIC RENDEZVOUS BAND), and the opener Hopeless Case of A Kid in Denial. So there you go, another action packed collection of Righteously Charged numbers from these Swedish Rock 'n Roll Soldiers ... still fightin' the war against the jive!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Natural step, 15 Nov 2000
This review is from: High Visibility (Audio CD)
With High Visibility the Hellacopters have created a monster of a record.Earlier Hellacopter records opted for a more raw, garage orientated sound but High Visibility is a very polished rock production while retaining that unmistakeable Hellacopter sound. From the openining swagger of 'Hopless Case of a Kid in Denial' through the (relatively!) slowed down bass driven 'Toys and Flavours' to the crackling guitar dueling of 'Envious' it is obvious that this is the record that frontman Nick Royal has striven to create for so long,and it doesn't disapoint! Five stars for one of the best rock LP's you'll hear all year.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bloody great, 23 Nov 2000
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Completely agree with the other guy. Triffic album. Fancy a bit of 70's era KISS but with quality song-writing? This is the stuff. Almost hard to believe it's been recorded in the year 2000! Another round, barman, please...
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