Psychout Records

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Psychout Records
FounderNicke Andersson
GenreRock, punk, power pop
Country of origin Sweden

Psychout Records is an independent record label founded by Nicke Andersson primarily to release material with his band The Hellacopters.


The idea to start his own label came after experiencing problems with record labels during his time as the drummer of the heavy metal band Entombed which made four years pass between Wolverine Blues from 1993 and its follow up DCLXVI: To Ride Shoot Straight and Speak the Truth from 1997.[1] While the label mostly has been used for Hellacopters releases other artist such as The Robots who released a tribute single to the Swedish Formula One driver Ronnie Peterson,[2] as well as the Neil Leyton, Dregen and Nicke Anderssons collaboration The Point.[3]


Year Artist Release Catalog Number Ref
1995 The Hellacopters "Killing Allan" PSYCH001 [4]
1996 The Robots "Go, Go, Go" PSYCH002 [4]
1999 The Hellacopters Grande Rock PSYCH005 [4]
2001 The Hellacopters, Adam West The Hellacopters / Adam West PSYCH006
2002 The Hellacopters Cream Of The Crap Vol. 1 - [4]
2004 Cream Of The Crap Vol. 2 -
2006 Air Raid Serenades -
2007 Same Lame Story PSYCH009 [5]
The Solution Will Not Be Televised -
2009 The Point TBA - [3]


  1. ^ Nick Royale Special - Swedish Documentary Part 2 Retrieved: 2009-08-03
  2. ^ The Robots discography Retrieved: 2009-08-03
  3. ^ a b The Point Retrieved: 2009-08-03
  4. ^ a b c d Psychout Records Retrieved: 2009.08-03
  5. ^ Psychout Records Retrieved: 2009-08-03

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