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The Hives: Veni Vidi Vicious

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 11 September 2000

I'M CONVINCED that there's something about Veni Vidi Vicious, that elicits borderline personality. One minute I'm singing its praises to everyone I know (including an ...

The Hives: Astoria, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 19 December 2001

WITH ROCK'S CURRENT favourite flavour being the three-chord thrashing of the Strokes and White Stripes, the Hives couldn't have picked a better moment to offer ...

The Hives: Modesty is a virtue... but not in a band

Profile and Interview by Simon Price, Independent on Sunday, 27 January 2002

IF YOU'VE BEEN to the cinema recently, you may have choked on your popcorn while being confronted with the sight of Kylie Minogue riding a ...

The Hives: "One, two, three, four…"

Interview by Ben Myers, Kerrang!, 2 February 2002

They're the most stylish band on the planet. They're also one of the most exciting. This is the rise and rise of THE HIVES… ...

The Hives: Astoria, WC2

Live Review by David Sinclair, The Times, 5 February 2002

THE SCANDINAVIAN rock'n'roll invasion is gathering pace. Indeed, the industry joke that in the past the Vikings came in longboats, but now they're coming back ...

The Hives: Junction, Cambridge

Live Review by Tom Cox, The Guardian, 10 February 2002

The Hives put on a fine imitation of garage rock. And the garage is where it would be best appreciated ...

The Hives: The Junction, Cambridge

Live Review by Tom Cox, The Observer, 10 February 2002

The Hives put on a fine imitation of garage rock. And the garage is where it would be best appreciated ...

The Hives

Profile and Interview by Chris Roberts, Uncut, March 2002

STROKES? STRIPES? Fougeddabouddit! The swedes rock loudest. ...

The Hives: Could this cocksure Swedish pop-punk quintet be the new Strokes?

Report and Interview by Toby Manning, Blender, June 2002

DESPITE THEIR immaculate black-and-white shirt-tie-and-shoes ensemble, Swedish garage-rockers the Hives have a disconcerting habit of stripping in front of strangers. ...

Stronger Than Dirt: The Secret History Of Garage Punk

Overview by Joss Hutton, Sonic Reducer, 2003

Joss Hutton recalls nearly 40-years of ramalama greatness, from 'Louie Louie' to 'Main Offender' ...

The Hives: The Return Of Your Old Favourites

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 8 June 2004

The Hives: Electric Ballroom London ...

The Hives: The Last Samurai?

Report and Interview by Paul Elliott, Q, November 2004

The natty uniforms and arch humour are still a novelty in Japan. But have The Hives anything more to offer? ...

The Hives: Lex Hives

Review by Ian Gittins, Virgin Media Music, 4 June 2012

WHEN THE HIVES broke through here in 2002 with their top 10 compilation album Your New Favourite Band, they appeared exciting and irresistible. ...


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