IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC To Release 'In Concert!' In April

IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC, the new band led by THE HELLACOPTERS architect and former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson, will release its new album, "In Concert!", on April 29 via Psychout Records. The CD was recorded at Deuce Recording Studios (now Gutterview Recorders) in Stockholm and features six songs originally recorded by CHUCK BERRY, THE BEATLES, THE RUNAWAYS, THE EASYBEATS, LITTLE WILLIE JOHN and THE RASPBERRIES. The album was produced and engineered by Nicke Andersson and mastered by Henke Jonsson at Masters of Audio.

"In Concert!" track listing:

01. Leave My Kitten Alone
02. Is It Day Or Night?
03. You Can't Do That
04. I Don't Know What I Want
05. Rock And Roll Boogie
06. Sweet Little Sixteen

Commented Andersson: "'In Concert!' is the new mini album from IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC. Recorded in the studio, it consists of six songs culled from the set of our recent crusade throughout Europe.

"Although I regard my own compositions highly, the importance of our rock and roll heritage cannot be stressed enough. From CHUCK BERRY to THE RUNAWAYS, these songs rapidly became a big part of the Imperial live show. Now you can hear them at home — fresh from the studio!

"Sacrilege or homage? You decide. I think 'In Concert!' kicks ass."


Nicke Andersson - Vocals, Guitar
Tobias Egge - Guitar, Vocals
Dolf De Borst - Bass, Vocals
Tomas Ericksson - Drums, Vocals


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