Album: Hot Cars & Spent Contraceptives
Release Date: June 2000
Music Genre: Punk Rock Hard Rock
Release Country: Germany
Record Type: 16 Tracks CD Album Reissue
Norwegian rock ("Deathpunk") band originally started around christmas 1988. Always surrounded by scandal and controversy, they have broken up, retired and changed members several times - their aliases include Turboneger, TRBNGR, and Stierkampf.
Years active: 1989–1998, 2002–2010, 2011-present.
Happy-Tom (Thomas Seltzer) - Bass (1989 - )
Euroboy (Knut Schreiner) - Lead guitar (1996 - )
Rune Rebellion (Rune Grønn) - Rhythm guitar (1989-2007, 2011 - )
Tommy Manboy (Tommy Akerholdt) - Drums (2011 - )
The Duke of Nothing (Anthony Madsen-Sylvester) - Vocals (2011 - )
Crown Prince Haakon-Marius (Haakon-Marius Pettersen) - Keyboards (2015 - )
|2||Armed & Fairly Well Equipped (Bonus)||4:06|
|3||Suburban Anti-Christ (Bonus)||1:58|
|5||Kiss The Knife||1:57|
|6||Vaya Con Satan||4:03|
|7||I'm In Love With The Destructive Girls||2:14|
|11||Dark Secret Girl (Bonus)||1:58|
|12||New Wave Song||2:40|
|13||Nadsat Comes Easy||4:29|
|14||Zonked Out (On Hashish)||2:02|
|16||A Career In Indierock (Bonus)||24:36|
Recorded and produced in Oslo Nov.91-Jan.92.
Album originally released as a 11-song CD on Big Ball Records, the subsequent edition on Repulsion Records entitled 'Helta Skelta' featured four additional songs (tracks 2, 3, 10, 11) plus the exclusive audio play 'A career in indierock', but left out the Leather Nun cover (track 15). This reissue combines the entire tracks from both prior releases in mighty improved sound and all wrapped in a new sleeve as well.
© Bitzcore 2000