The Hellacopters ‎– High Visibility

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Sweet Nothing Records ‎– SNLP006
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Hopeless Case Of A Kid In Denial
Written-By – Andersson*
A2 Baby Borderline
Written-By – Andersson*
A3 Sometimes I Don't Know
Written-By – Andersson*
A4 Toys And Flavors
Written-By – Kiesbye*, Andersson*
A5 You're Too Good (To Me Baby)
Backing Vocals – Charlotte Ollward, Karin ThyrWritten-By – Kaplan*, Hargreaves*, Love*
B1 Throw Away Heroes
Written-By – Andersson*
B2 No Song Unheard
Written-By – Andersson*
B3 Truckloads Of Nothin'
Written-By – Kiesbye*, Andersson*
B4 A Heart Without Home
Written-By – Håkansson*, Andersson*
C1 No Dogs
Written-By – Håkansson*, Andersson*
C2 No One's Gonna Do It For You
Written-By – Håkansson*, Andersson*
C3 I Wanna Touch
Written-By – Andersson*
C4 Hurtin' Time
Written-By – Andersson*, Morgan*
C5 Envious
Written-By – Andersson*

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1st pressing:
- Limited to 4000 copies with music on three sides and Hellacopters logo etching on the fourth side.
- Gatefold sleeve.
- Vinyl only bonus track C1: "No Dogs"

Recorded at Polar Studios, Stockholm.
Mixed at Nord Studios, Stockholm. B1 & C2 mixed at Polar Studios, Stockholm.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, N.Y.C.

All songs published by Universal Music Publishing AB, except A5 published by Chetkay Music Publishing, C4 published by Universal Music Publishing AB/Chaucer-Bach Music adm. by Bug Music, A4 & B3 published by Universal Music Publishing AB/Copyright Control.

Manufactured and distributed in Europe by Cargo Records.
Under exclusive license to Sweet Nothing/Cargo.

© Universal Music Sweden AB. (on the back cover)
℗ 2000 Universal Music Sweden AB. (on the back cover)

© 2000 Universal Music AB (on the label)
℗ 2000 Universal Music AB (on the label)

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 024545 124637
  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN 13): 5024545124637
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): HELLALP 1 A-2-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): HELLALP 1 B-2-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, Stamped): HELLALP 1 C-2-1-

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SirOllerich

SirOllerich

September 19, 2015

Love that Detroit / Scott Morgan vibe on that one...the 'copters thankfully introduced me to Sonic's Rendevouz Band with their cover of City Slang. After working with Scott in the Hydromatics (Parts Unknown - highly recommended!) , Nicke Andersson changed to a more soulfull style, like switching from Fred Smith to Scott Morgan.
Great Album which growed a lot to me over the years.
sirherbert

sirherbert

December 10, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This record is a culmination point in the career of The Hellacopters. The previous albums were down-and-dirty rock 'n roll, and the following were clean products. This record has a bit of both: still the rock 'n roll attitude and songwriting, but clean studio sounds. Although maybe not the best album of the group, still worth a honorary mention.