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|Birth name||Jackie Joyce|
|Labels||Instant Karma, Dharma|
|Associated acts||The Dark Flowers, Rod Stewart, The Past Present Organisation, Mouth Music, Dolphin Boy, Manhattan Clique|
Helicopter Girl is the stage name of Jackie Joyce, a musician from Perth, Scotland. Her first album was 2000's How to Steal the World, which was nominated for a Mercury Prize. Also, in 2001, she appeared on the Rod Stewart album, Human, performing with him on the track "Don't Come Around Here."
Joyce then took an extended break from the business before writing and recording her second album, Voodoo Chic, which featured the single "Angel City," and was released in 2004. The album Metropolitan was released in June 2008. It was preceded by the single "It Doesn't Get Much Better Than This".
Helicopter Girl's fourth album, Wanda Meant, was self released on April 1, 2015.
A track in the album Ecohero by Ambisonic, a band she was a member of in 1997, featured a song called "Helicopter Kinda Girl".
- How to Steal the World (Instant Karma Records, 2000)
- Voodoo Chic (Dharma Records, 2004; (released in 2005 in the USA on Robbins Entertainment)
- Metropolitan (Dharma Records, 2008)
- Wanda Meant (Helicopter Girl Music, 2015)
- "Mouth Music | Music Biography, Streaming Radio and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-06-18.
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