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  • Audio CD (May 25, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia/Sony Music
  • ASIN: B00332DJP0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,958 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Drive It In
2. Hoodoo Woman
3. Born To Be Wild
4. Rock'n'roll Handshake
5. Ride Into the Sun
6. Too Hot
7. In My Blood
8. Dirty Street
9. Keep Me Rolling
10. Shot of Love
11. Firestar

Editorial Reviews

2010 'comeback' album from the Swiss Metal monsters. Hoodoo, the band's 13th album, is 100% pure Rock as only Krokus can deliver. The band's line-up on Hoodoo includes Marc Storace (vocals), Chris von Rohr (bass), Fernando von Arb (lead guitar), Mark Kohler (guitar) and Freddy Steady (drums). Columbia.

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Most of the songs are pretty good.
T. A. Becker
My birthday was coming up so i decided to treat myself to this cd.
Lisa B.
I certainly highly recommend this CD!!!
Roy Houston

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Scott P. on March 26, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I have been a Krokus fan since 1984 and have purchased a few of their discs along the way. Many times, the band was just a combination of who-evers. This latest disc has the old band reunited and I must say I am pleasantly surprised. Vocalist Marc Storace is top notch, hauntingly similar to Bon Scott at various spots...which is a good thing. I purchased the 2 disc set. The dvd is nice to have but no big deal. Many times, you can hear sound check going on as the interviews are being conducted. The first track, Drive it in, speaks of sex and rock n roll...great combo. Hoodoo Woman rocks leading into the classic Born to be Wild which they do very well. Rock n Roll Handshake has a cool guitar rhythm. The entire disc just sounds great and Storace's voice is in fine form. Shot of Love sounds like a Highway to Hell clone. You can hear yourself singing AC/DC's classic right along to this tune. I'm sure the guys were aiming for this similarity...it's undeniable. If you have been a fan, don't let this one pass you by. The groove is back!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Tomcat on March 27, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've been a Krokus fan since I first heard Long Stick Goes Boom on the radio back in the 80's. Bought that album and loved it.

Ever since then, each album seemed to impress me less and less as time went by.

So I wasn't expecting much out of this one. But when I heard the first track I was blown away. The whole album, from the guitars to the vocals to the drums, sounds very similar to One Vice, but with better production. Even some of the guitar riffs have the same One Vice sound to them. Some would say this is a bad thing, but I'm tickled that they went back to basics.

If you like that classic Krokus sound from back in the day, you'll love this album.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By SillyMoose VINE VOICE on March 25, 2010
Format: Audio CD
First off, I love Krokus, I love the band, I was listening to them back in the day when heavy metal was nothing but a sign (sometimes right, sometimes false) of being drugged-out useless bits of flesh society would never find a use for. That's why I think it's even that much more important that I be honest in this review. I can't say this is the best cd they've put; I can't even say it's better than their last one. I can say that I'm glad to see the original band reuinted. They're calling this cd their first in twenty years, but they've been recording with bits and pieces of the original band that - and for many years now - have been putting out high-level, top-notch products. But, in hailing this as "the return of classic rock," the way I see it, they're trying to forget or distance themselves from Hellraiser because its younger members took them in new, energetic directions that were powerful but different from the "Metal Rendezvous" or "One Vice At A Time" era guys. But, heck, Marc Storace's not even the original vocalist for Krokus! I love these guys, I love the band, and I paid tons of money for the limited cd/dvd combo. But, in all honesty, the first five songs sound like what people in their most cynical mode are going to call Krokus: a band that plays gigs for middle-aged Harley hogheads. Which might be a darn fine thing in your book. And I know they're so, so much better than that. But if that's the kind of thing you're looking for, if you pump your fist everytime you hear "Born To Be Wild," well, I guess you'll love this. But I got tired of hearing about women "sliding up and down the pole" and the battle cry of "grabbing the girl in the red dress" and "the black dress" and " no dress" and telling her "Let's drive it in!Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Murphy on June 18, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Come on, people...if you found Krokus before MTV did, you know they were the Swiss equivalent to AC/DC - check out their 'Hardware' album (esp. 'Burning Bones') and you'll get the idea...why, all of a sudden, is Marc Storace being compared to Bon Scott, when he always sounded like him in the first place?? In my opinion, this cd is geared toward the fans that were along for the ride before 'Screaming In The Night' became their signature song. And THAT is a GOOD thing...long-time Krokus fans rejoice...this is the album you've been waiting for. Now, can they PLEASE keep this line-up together for a while? Thanks...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Medina on September 11, 2010
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Usually I am pretty wordy with my reviews but not this time, a fine blues based metal album. Nothing ground breaking or earth shattering here, but it does not matter. If you are a fan of AC/DC or the more commercial aspects of Accept, you should like this.

Marc Storace is still in fine voice and the band sounds tight and happy to be in the studio. This has that energetic (but fun) feel of songs like Eat the Rich, Headhunter and Ballroom Blitz. Yes Storace sounds like Bon Scott, but he has for 30 years so any idea of intention impersonating is just moot after all this time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bluskiez on May 27, 2010
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Krokus is back in a big way, listening to the cd made me think of the good old days of rock when it had a great beat and good groove. I have always thought of Krokus as a band that wanted to sound like AC/DC, well I think with their latest effort Hoodoo they have surpassed AC/DC latest album Black Ice in which I didn't care for at all. Here is one vote for Marc Storace to take over Brian Johnson as lead singer of AC/DC if he ever decides to retire. He sounds a little like Bon Scott even though he could never come close to filling those shoes, Bon was one of a kind.
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