STOLEN POLICECAR Featuring Former THE CROWN Bassist: Debut Album Due This Month

March 7, 2009

STOLEN POLICECAR, the Swedish band featuring former THE CROWN bassist Magnus Olsfelt, will release its long-awaited debut album, "Oh No!! It's A...Stolen Policecar", on March 27 via Ziekte-NL. The CD was recorded and mixed at Studio MT with producer Marko Tervonen (ANGEL BLAKE, ex-THE CROWN).

Tervonen previously stated about the album: "From a producer's point of view, I must say that the album is simply phenomenal. I have always had a huge respect for Magnus as a songwriter and this time the man is fucking peaking. And the whole band is a very strong unit. We recorded 14 songs and the end result is a pretty diverse album with sounds from punk, rock, metal, Seattle... to... simply timeless rock anthems. Every damn song kills!!! And Marcus, the singer... what a great rock vocalist!

"Oh No!! It's A...Stolen Policecar" track listing:

01. Unite! Unite!
02. Electrified
03. Death Appeal
04. Raw
05. Bitter Lie
06. We Are The Amplifiers
07. Reptile Suicide
08. Trip On A Lip
09. I Want You
10. Let's Not Obey
11. No Consequenses
12. Breakdown (The Shit)
13. Thorazine
14. Hard & Confused


Lars Lörnell - Drums
Petri Nenonen - Guitar
Marcus Högfeldt - Vocals/Guitar
Magnus Olsfelt – Bass

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