The Hellacopters were a Swedish rock band that formed in 1994 and disbanded in 2008. They played a mix of garage rock, punk rock, and hard rock, influenced by bands like MC5, The Stooges, and The Rolling Stones. They released seven studio albums, two live albums, and several EPs and singles during their career. They were also known for their energetic live shows and their collaborations with other artists such as Scott Morgan, The Flaming Sideburns, and The Nomads.
If you are a fan of The Hellacopters or want to discover their music, you can download their complete discography from 1996 to 2010 in mega format. This includes all their albums, EPs, singles, and bonus tracks, as well as some rare and unreleased material. You can enjoy classics like \"Hopeless Case of a Kid in Denial\", \"By the Grace of God\", \"Toys and Flavors\", and \"I'm in the Band\", as well as discover some hidden gems like \"The Devil Stole the Beat from the Lord\", \"Gotta Get Some Action Now!\", and \"No Song Unheard\".
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The Hellacopters were formed by Nicke Andersson, who was the drummer of the death metal band Entombed, and Dregen, who was the guitarist of the punk rock band Backyard Babies. They recruited Kenny HÃkansson on bass and Robert Eriksson on drums, and later added Boba Fett on keyboards and strings. They released their debut album Supershitty to the Max! in 1996, which won a Swedish Grammy Award for best hard rock album. They followed it with Payin' the Dues in 1997, which featured their signature song \"Hopeless Case of a Kid in Denial\".
In 1998, they signed with Universal Music and released their third album Grande Rock, which marked a shift to a more classic rock sound. They also toured extensively in Europe and the US, opening for bands like Kiss, Aerosmith, and Foo Fighters. In 1999, Dregen left the band to focus on Backyard Babies, and was replaced by Chuck Pounder. The band released their fourth album High Visibility in 2000, which was their most successful album commercially and critically. It included the hit singles \"Toys and Flavors\" and \"By the Grace of God\".
The band continued to experiment with different styles and influences on their fifth album By the Grace of God in 2002, which featured guest appearances by Scott Morgan and The Soundtrack of Our Lives. They also released a live album Live at Cirkus in 2003, which captured their performance at the Stockholm venue. In 2004, they released their sixth album Rock & Roll Is Dead, which was a return to their garage rock roots. They also added Anders LindstrÃm on guitar and keyboards, making them a six-piece band.
The band announced their breakup in 2007, citing creative differences and personal issues. They released their seventh and final album Head Off in 2008, which consisted of cover songs by their favorite bands and artists. They also embarked on a farewell tour called The Tour Before the Fall, which ended with a sold-out show at Debaser Medis in Stockholm on October 26, 2008. The band played their last song \"Gotta Get Some Action Now!\" and thanked their fans for their support.
The Hellacopters have left a lasting legacy as one of the most influential and respected rock bands in Sweden and beyond. They have inspired many other bands and musicians with their style and attitude, such as The Hives, Danko Jones, Turbonegro, and Imperial State Electric. They have also been praised by legends like Lemmy Kilmister, Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, and Dave Grohl. They have been described as \"the best rock & roll band in the world\" by Rolling Stone magazine. 061ffe29dd