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Grande Rock Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • Album vinyle (8 juin 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00000JHOR
  • Autres éditions : CD
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not as good as earlier albums...but it really does rock 6 juin 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The past few years Scandinavia has cranked out an awesome amount of kick-ass, low-fi rock. Why? Who knows. But somebody's been listening to their old AC/DC, KISS, MC5, Pagans, and lord knows what else. The best of the bunch are Sweden's Hellacopters and Norway's Gluecifer. The Hellacopters' latest is cleaner and tamer than their first two records. That's not such a good thing. The Hellacopters write great rock songs, but their intensity and energy is what puts them over the top. By cleaning up the album, they've lost a lot of that energy. The production also makes you realize that Hellacopters mastermind Nick Royale (aka Nicke Andersson, the former drummer for Entombed, for you metal fans) can't really, uh, sing. Yell, scream and howl, damn straight. But sing? Still, there's some hugely fine songs here, and even a slightly limp Hellacopters is worth a whole can o' whup-ass. If it sounds like your thing, try to find their earlier records "Supershitty to the Max" and "Payin' The Dues". Anything by Gluecifer (especially "Ridin' the Tiger" and "Soaring With The Eagles...") goes down great too. And never, EVER pass up the chance to see either one live. It's a show you don't want to miss.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Transitional Album Between Two Masterpieces 4 mars 2002
Par doomsdayer520 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the type of album you get when a very talented band has too many ideas. Head Hellacopter Nicke Andersson (a.k.a. Nick Royale) is a Swedish guy with vast knowledge and understanding of American rock, and the 'Copters are clearly interested in exploring entire genres of music. On this album's predecessor, Payin' the Dues, they tackled the punk-based heavy Detroit sound of the Stooges and MC5, and delivered a raging slab of relentless hard rock. The album after this, High Visibility, shows the band moving comfortably into blues-rock and southern boogie, and is a masterpiece of laid back grooves and excellent musicianship. Those two albums hardly sound anything alike, and Grande Rock is the missing link. While I'm sure it wasn't intentional at the time, this album represents a rather awkward transition between those two other masterpieces.
The focus on this album is Stones-based garage rock, but there are some problems with the songwriting here. The album opener "Action de Grace" is undeveloped and barely registers as a distinct song. While most 'Copters tunes barely make it past three minutes, there are two epics here, "Welcome to Hell" and "5 vs. 7" which both exceed five minutes, but unfortunately can't keep their momentum going and just get repetitive. Another problem with this album is unstable personnel, as former lead guitarist Dregen (who returned to his fulltime band Backyard Babies) was not officially replaced, leading to some very unfocused guitar interplay here. Keyboardist Bobby Fett was added as a permanent member, but I suspect that he came on board after these songs were written, because his organ and piano work merely sits on top of the songs and clutters them up, and he can't really get underneath the rhythms.
However, for listeners who are not too concerned about this band's larger historical trends, this album does deliver plenty of full out rock n' roll, like "Alright Already Now" or "The Devil Stole the Beat from the Lord." But as part of the Hellacopters' overall body of work, Grande Rock can't quite stand up next to its brothers.
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Hellacopters' weakest album, made during an awkward transitional phase 22 juin 2007
Par drumwolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Hellacopters first started out as a young-loud-and-snotty garage punk band who liked to crank out raw, scuzzed-out Stooges/MC5-influenced riffs. Then their guitarist Dregen left and was replaced by Robert Dahlqvist, and they morphed into a retro '70s-classic-rock style band with some real songwriting and instrumental chops.

GRANDE ROCK was the band's first album with Dahlqvist, and they were still making an awkward transition into their new sound at the time they made this record. As a result, this is by far the Hellacopters' worst record. It's full of tired, warmed-over classic-rock riffs over weak, lackluster and uninspired non-songs. By the time they made their next album HIGH VISIBILITY, they'd developed their songwriting chops, so even though that album continues in the same vein musically, it's a way better album than GRANDE ROCK.

I made the mistake of buying this as my first Hellacopters album, and I was almost scared off from buying anything else from them as a result. They're a great band, but this is not an example of their best work.
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"Back In The USA" Meets "Dressed To Kill" 11 décembre 2003
Par The Woj - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
These guys are known as "garage/punk rock" revivalists; getting the bulk of their influences from bands like the MC5 or Iggy & The Stooges. The title of this album may (I think) refer to the infamous Grande Ballroom in Michigan where the MC5 recorded the "Kick Out The Jams" album back in 1968. The guys, however, must have been listening to more Kiss "Alive!" before recording this album than any of those Detroit bands. Many of the songs, melodies, rhythm guitar parts etc. are straight out of the first three Kiss albums ("the originals"). Plus the guitar work is extremely Ace Frehley influenced; the guitar solo on "Welcome To Hell" cops some licks straight from Ace's solo on "C'mon And Love Me" from the "Dressed To Kill Album". And by no means is this a bad thing; the guitar licks, riffs & solos on this album are some of the Hellacopters best.
I am a huge Kiss fan (when Ace is or was in the band) and so many songs on this album remind me of those early Kiss records. In fact if you can imagine a well produced meld of the MC5's "Back In The USA" & Kiss's "Dressed To Kill" you pretty much have the overall vibe of this album. Having grown up with late 60's and early 70's hard rock, I find "Grande Rock" the most enjoyable of my Hellacopters albums. It invites repeated listenings moreso than any of their other albums I own.
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Par Michael G. Stephens - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I remember all too well shopping at CDGB's in Phoenix (prior to the move to Iowa). I was searching for some vintage Thin Lizzy when a yummy blond walked into the store. The dude behind the counter sez "do ya need any help?", and she sez the following classic line: "I need to rawk, I need some Hellacopters". I watched her pick this CD up, pay, and leave. When the dude behind the counter screwed his head back to reality (after watching her leave and go to her car), I asked him about these "Hellacopters". "Man, they flat out rock, like American bands use to". Well dude behind the counter, you were friggin' right. This CD introduced me to one of the best bands on the planet...ever. Throw MC5, Stoogies, Kiss, and Ramones into a blender, add some delicious Swedish swill, and you have the Hellacopters; classic American Rawk, no matter where the hail from. Big guitars, great production, and songs that stick to yer brain like that new strand of Syphilis you can get off a toilet seat in India. It's that good. No matter which CD of this band you get, you will not be disappointed. Great place to start your collection as well. Goes good w/a couple chilled down Schlitz!
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