By the Grace of God (album)

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By the Grace of God
Studio album by The Hellacopters
Released September 18, 2002
Recorded Polar Studios and Romarö Studio, Stockholm
Genre Rock, hard rock, garage rock
Length 41:24
Label Universal/Liquor and Poker Music
Producer Chips K.
The Hellacopters chronology
Cream of the Crap Vol. 1
By the Grace of God
Cream of the Crap Vol. 2
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

By the Grace of God is the fifth album released by the Swedish rock band The Hellacopters. The CD version of the album came in three different combinations of the red, white and black cloud and lightning design. The design would become a trademark for the band and was used on backdrops, merchandise, different record covers and in music videos. The LP version released in Sweden had a black cover and vinyl while the European version had a white cover and vinyl. Limited edition versions of the album in Japan and America also featured "Red Lights" and the Rory Gallagher song "Big Gun" as bonus tracks. Another special American version also featured an embossed logo, a fold-up digi pack and a patch.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "By the Grace of God" Andersson, Håkansson 3:04
2. "All New Low" Andersson 3:27
3. "Down on Freestreet" Andersson 2:41
4. "Better Than You" Andersson 2:45
5. "Carry Me Home" Andersson 3:43
6. "Rainy Days Revisited" Andersson 3:41
7. "It's Good But It Just Ain't Right" Andersson 2:55
8. "U.Y.F.S." Bjäred, Lindström 3:58
9. "On Time" Andersson 3:10
10. "All I've Got" Håkansson, Dahlqvist 2:44
11. "Go Easy Now" Andersson 2:54
12. "The Exorcist" Andersson 2:38
13. "Pride" Andersson 3:33


The Hellacopters;

Additional musicians;


  • Chips Kiesbye – Producer
  • Michael Ibert – Engineer
  • George Marino – Mastering


  1. ^ Kutner, Rick. By the Grace of God at AllMusic