HELLACOPTERS' "High Visibility" To Be Re-Issued On Double Vinyl

January 24, 2002

HELLACOPTERS' High Visibility album will be re-released on double-vinyl via Sweet Nothing Records, this time without the etching on the fourth side and instead have it pressed on 180 grams. Sweet Nothing will also release a 12" vinyl of High Visibility B-sides. The tracks to be included are as follows:

01. Have Mercy On The Children
02. Cold Night For Alligators
03. (I'm A) Stealer
04. You Left The Water Running
05. Like No Other Man (live-version)
06. A House Is Not A Motel

It is the first time these songs appear on vinyl except for the since-long deleted “A House Is Not A Motel”.

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