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Hell Yeah

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Editorial Reviews

The HorrorPops are a Danish Psychobilly band who's roots are buried deep in 80s new wave, old-school punk and 50s rockabilly. Their newest album HELL YEAH is a must for fans of Blondie, Siouxie and the Banshees, Tiger Army, Stray Cats, Reverend Horton Heat and No Doubt.


1. Julia
2. Drama Queen
3. Ghouls
4. Girl in a Cage
5. Miss Take
6. Where They Wander
7. Kool Flattop
8. Psychobitches Outta Hell
9. Dotted With Hearts
10. Baby Lou Tattoo
11. What's Under My Bed
12. Emotional Abuse
13. Horrorbeach

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 10, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hellcat Records
  • ASIN: B0001A79JO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,206 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tattooed BabyDoll on June 19, 2005
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I didnt know who this band was until my husband talked me into listening to a punk sampler CD he got while in Iraq. I loved them! We listen to punk and rockabilly alot... and I like this band because they have a varied taste in music which obviously influenced them but also because they DO different things with their own music and dont just stick to the traditional sound of rockabilly and "psychobilly". Theyre a breath of fresh air. And it sure helps to have a front WOMAN not man. Their new album comes out Sept 13, 2005 and I can hardly wait!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on October 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Eptitaph makes good on this great European Psychobilly project. The video for Miss Take is hot stuff. Great Record, their new record is even hotter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Geoff McIntosh on October 1, 2004
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I've been listening to this album for a couple of days now and I'm really digging it. Its bouncy and fun. There's enough variation in the tracks so that they don't all sound the same and the energy is good. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it is so catchy and so "pop" that I'm afraid I'll get burned out on it. I'm not sure why some people wrote that they liked the first half of the album but not the second half. "Dotted With Hearts" has a great sound, like listening to music from "Grease" with power. The surf sound of "Horrorbeach" is cool and "Emotional Abuse" is really sultry. Well, everyone is different. I'd recommend this album. I've sent copies to a couple other people already.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Falkon on May 10, 2006
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This band is one of the most talented to make an appearance in this century. Miss Patricia Day Makes the band, in my opinion. Shes a talented beautiful singer who can play her bass worth a damn and actually has quite a diverse style of playing as well. Her slaps are well timed and placed in the songs, and the vocals nhance this.

Not only is she talented, but the rest of the band is as well. How Often is it that a band comes out of nowhere not only playing older style music, but singing about horror movies? And, not to mention again, doing it well. The songs are diverse and skillfully mastered, and the Horrorpops show no signs of let-downs any time soon.

Great talent and skill can be found in this band. Pick this one up!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Diamond on June 27, 2005
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The Horrorpops are still finding their way musically. This is a good thing, except that they have a few veterans in their band who should already know the dusty back roads to psychobilly-ville. But okay... The weak tracks? "Kool Flat-top" and "Ghouls". The former because it sounds like filler and should have been left on the cutting room floor. The latter because of that totally annoying ska pentameter. The sad part about "Ghouls" is that the chorus is very good --it's just wrapped up in a crappy song.

Overall, the songs are quite good.

"Psychobitches Outta' Hell" is pure and perfect for those of us who want a female vocalist for a change from the plethora of Elvis-sound alikes or fake-country-accents in the scene --something I refer to as the Green Day, or Madonna effect (regarding phony affectations).

Horrorpops' lead singer is a little bit restricted in her vocal range and the album as a whole has some rough spots. But cut them some slack. Musically they got it. This first complete album is a good effort. Hopefully they'll improve on it by puting their focus on what works.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Kaper on August 10, 2004
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In March, I saw the Horrorpops open for The Offspring in Amsterdam. They made an impression: by April I had seen five shows, including one in their home town Copenhagen.

Not often does a debut album of a band have such a big amount of quality without the typical over-production sound present with so many new artists. Whether it's punk, ska, surf or good old rock and roll, the band delivers. But the Horrorpops are best on stage: tattooed to the bone, go-go girls flirting with the audience, Patricia slamming the upright bass, Kim Nekroman with an awesome Horrorbeach guitar solo.. it's all there.

And don't worry about being a one-time act: the Horrorpops are currently on tour again in Europe with new go-go Naomi (Mille will be missed though) and going back to the studio later this fall for a second album.

If you're into any kind of rock music or guitar sound, Hell Yeah! will look great in your collection, mixing the best of various genres.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By dren on November 13, 2005
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I heard this band on punk o ramma and miss take is one of my favorite songs. they really remind me of x and they are just as talented. people just need to hear this band and they will like it. really good suprisingly and definatly worth buying.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Aaron L. on June 5, 2004
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"Julia" 5/5
"Drama Queen" 4/5
"Ghouls" 4/5
"Girl In A Cage" 3/5
"Misstake" 4/5
"Where They Wonder" 5/5
"Cool Flat Top" 3/5
"Psychobitches Outta Hell" 2/5
"Dotted With Hearts" 5/5
"Baby Lou Tattoo" 4/5
"What's Under My Bed?" 3/5
"Emotional Abuse" 3/5
"Horrorbeach" 4/5
The Horrorpops have created a great psychobilly album in "Hell Yeah." Patricia's voice, combined with great riffs courtesy of Kim Nekroman, produce very catchy songs. Highlights include "Dotted With Hearts," "Julia," and "Where They Wonder."
Overall rating: Three and a half stars.
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