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While never dropping their trademark sexy, horror-flick flair, their new CD, produced by Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz, reveals new depths of songwriting. Brash, Link Wray guitars, singer Patricia's sultry petulance, throbbing standup bass; all served up in loving tribute to the brooding pop of '80s icons like Blondie and Siouxsie Sioux. With two European headlining tours, performances on BBC1 and Jimmy Kimmel, and a major Warped Tour under their belts, HorrorPops are set to build on the musical success of their 2004 debut, Hell Yeah. And kick some ass. Hellcat. 2005.

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The scariest thing about Horror Pops second album, might be the cover itself that looks like were promotional stills for some goth episode of Pee Wee's Playhouse. But the visuals are the most seditious part about these Danish punk psychobilly rockers. They elevate the often creepy genre with their smart lyrics, elegant nods to New Wave, careful attention to dynamics and a strong rhythmic structure that will find you nursing a bad case of whiplash from all the head bobbing. It's one of those rare albums that combines swaggering attitude, clean melodies and a skewed sense of humor in equal measure. And that's even before you're lulled into bittersweet submission by the voice of singer/bassist Patrica Day's whose voice is caught midway between Chrissie Hynde smart and seductive purr, Debbie Harry's saucy screech and Nico's dark mysteries. -- Jaan Uhelszki

1. Freaks In Uniforms
2. Hit 'N Run
3. Bring It On!
4. It's Been So Long
5. Undefeated
6. You Vs. Me
7. Crawl Straight Home
8. Trapped
9. Walk Like A Zombie
10. Where You Can't Follow
11. Caught In A Blonde
12. S.O.B.
13. Who's Leading You Now

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 13, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hellcat Records
  • ASIN: B000AMJD7Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,455 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Emily Johnson on September 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I liked Hell Yeah!, but this album is amazing. Horrorpops aren't psycho, they're not punk, they're not anything except good old rock, and they explore it in all aspects on this album. It seems like they have developed and a band a lot since the last album, and the lyrical and musical content is much better. They've definatley got their own style, and all people want to do is label them, but I think they'll break any labels with Bring It On.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Otto Correct TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This album is great, I don't know why so many are complaining when this album is clearly better than Hell Yeah! ever was.

And their first album was great!

They did stray farther away from the rockabilly since the last album, but it's still really enjoyable, bouncy, fun music that embraces the right amounts of rock, punk, rockabilly, and a little bit of pop (Heck, if you told me "Hit and Run" was a cut from No Doubts "Tragic Kingdom" I wouldn't think twice). Patricia Day sounds even better on this album, sounding somewhat like a drunk, foreign Gwen Stefani. I love her voice, the way she chews and spits some of those words... She has to be one of the best female vocalists I've ever heard.

What makes Bring It On! it better than Hell Yeah! is that the songwriting is much better, and they all but dropped the goth imagery. The only horror themed song they have on here is "Walk Like A Zombie." The rest is much more varied, plenty of songs about love, a song about rebelling against musical conformity ("Freaks In Uniform" which lets you know from the start that this album isn't *going* to be a repeat of their debut), a song about overdrinking (the hilarious "Crawl Straight Home" featuring the line "coated tongue and hairy teeth/I guess I'm not so lady like"), and the gorgeous murder ballad "S.O.B." (great vocals on that song, she really puts some bite into those lines) just to give you an idea.

But what really *REALLY* sells this record for me is the guitar work. They apparently switched out a guitarist and replaced him with some dude from Tiger Army (the bass player, I heard) meaning you have two former bass players from other psychobilly bands playing guitar. It sounds weird, but I couldn't be happier with the results.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Ramirez on April 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I'm not particularly a huge fan of the Horrorpops. That being said I own this album, I have heard this album and I have heard everyone's gripes about this album. I wouldn't call this 100% Psychobilly at all (although the slap-bass is apparent in some of the songs and not so apparent in others) and I agree with one of the reviews below that this band was not trying to sound 100% Psycho. With that I believe the Horrorpops have taken a new direction with this genre much like Tiger Army has with their third album and I comend them on this. Who wants to hear the same old Psychobilly that you can hear and buy for a dime a dozen these days...? It all sounds the same! This new Psycho/Rock/Punk hybrid music is a sigh of relief if you ask me... don't you agree?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vincent Price on March 20, 2006
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Yeah whatever you can listen to these people who think they have some kind of point or you can just pick up this cd and listen to an excellent cd by a band with an amazing act live. If they come around you I really encourage you to go because they put on a great show. As I said this is an great cd and you should get it if you want an excellent and upbeat cd that will leave you in a good mood everytime you listen to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Sutton on November 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD
There's a lot of nit-picking in these reviews about "they're not psychobilly" , "the first album was better", blah, blah, blah. The problem is that nobody else is putting out anything quite like this. You can't try to compare them to Kim's band or to Tiger Army. And please don't call them emo-billy as someone did elsewhere.

My tastes run from old time rockabilly all the way through the hard core punk of bands like the Nerve Agents, Sick of it All, etc. The simple point is that this is energetic and unique music that borrows from lots of styles. Some songs are astonishing but they are all likely to make you tap your feet and bob your head. There really seems to be something in their sound that would appeal to anyone that likes the twangy surf-guitar sound in rockabilly but wants a more up-tempo delivery. The occasional ghoulish lyric is simply a nice touch here as well.

If you already know you like them and can't wait for their next release go get Mad Marge and the Stonecutters.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joseph A. Ross on May 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is a great sophmore effort for Horrorpops. The knock on this band is that they aren't psychobilly enough or that they aren't heavy enough. Enough for what? I remember Metallica getting the same rap once they started playing something with a melody line. "They sold out" or "they're not metal anymore" or some other garbage like that. What a load of crap! The first song on Bring It on is called Freaks In Uniforms. It's about people (and bands) tragically sticking to molds...not stepping out from them and showing individuality. The people that knock this band usually knock it for the wrong reasons - not because they're a bad band, because they don't conform to the preconceived notion of what "this type" of band should be. Horrorpops aren't psychobilly, though they do have psychobilly influences that are obvious. They are plenty heavy for what they do. Horrorpops are a POP spin on psychobilly, rockabilly, ska, and good old fashioned punk. If you don't like your music catchy and melodic, stay away from this band. If you like songs that stay in your head and that are fun to sing along to...this is it. If you like to see live bands that all look and act the same as you mosh around or skank, they aren't for you. If you like an element of glitz and flash, not unlike KISS was in the 1970's, you're going to LOVE Horrorpops.
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