Hard Rock The Hellacopters. Band Name The Hellacopters. Album Name Killing Allan. Released date February 1995. Labels Psychout Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. Other productions from The Hellacopters. Head Off. Rock & Roll Is Dead.
Rock'n'Roll Hellacopters. Band Name Hellacopters.
The Hellacopters are a Swedish garage rock band that was formed in 1994 by Nicke Andersson (vocals and guitar), Andreas Tyrone "Dregen" Svensson (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.
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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 . After releasing their second single "1995," the Hellacopters were signed by White Jazz Records and they released their debut album Supershitty to the Max! in June 1996. The album was recorded all live in only 26 hours. The band won a Swedish Grammy for the album. Anders "Boba Fett" Lindström, guitarist of the Swedish rock band The Diamond Dogs, was then recruited to play keyboards shortly before they supported Kiss on their Scandinavian dates in June 1997. Payin' the Dues and Dregen's departure. Main article: Payin' the Dues.
|PSYCH001||The Hellacopters||Killing Allan (7", EP, Blu)||Psychout Records||PSYCH001||Sweden||1995|
|PSYCH001||The Hellacopters||Killing Allan (7", Unofficial, Tra)||Psychout Records||PSYCH001||Sweden||2002|
|PSYCH001||The Hellacopters||Killing Allan (7", EP, Unofficial, Yel)||Psychout Records||PSYCH001||Sweden||2002|
|PSYCH001||The Hellacopters||Killing Allan (7", Unofficial, Yel)||Psychout Records||PSYCH001||Sweden||2002|
|PSYCH001||The Hellacopters||Killing Allan (7", Unofficial)||Psychout Records||PSYCH001||Sweden||2002|