Hella is an American math rock band from Sacramento, California. The primary members of the band are Spencer Seim on electric guitar and Zach Hill on drums. In 2006 they reformed as a five-piece line-up including Seim, Hill, Carson McWhirter (of The Advantage), Aaron Ross & Josh Hill.
Tripper is the fifth full-length studio album by math rock band Hella. It was their first release through Sargent House. The album is an instrumental record. It was released on August 30, 2011 and marks the band's reduction back to core members Zach Hill and Spencer Seim, after having expanded to a five-piece for their 2007 release There's No 666 in Outer Space. It charted at No 41 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums for 17 September 2011. Self Checkout" – 3:11.
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Hella Acoustics (EP) by Hella, released 12 September 2006 1. 1-800-Ghost Dance 2. Women of the 90's 3. Cafeteria Bananas 4. Biblical Violence 5. Welcome to the Jungle Baby, You're Gunna Live! 6. The Devil Isn't Re. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Acoustics' compact disc. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Released by 5 Rue Christine in 2006.
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Hella is an American slang term that originated in Bay Area, California, but has since spread to become native slang to all of northern California. It is used as an adverb such as in "hella bad" or "hella good" and was eventually added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2002. It is possibly a contraction of the phrase "hell of a" or "hell of a lot ", in turn reduced to "hell of", though some scholars doubt this etymology since its grammatical usage does not align with those phrases.