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The Spotnicks

The Spotnicks are an instrumental rock group from Sweden, who were formed in 1961. They were famous for wearing "space suit" costumes on stage, and for their innovative electronic guitar sound. They have since released 42 albums, selling more than 18 million records, and still tour.


The Spotnicks originated from "Rock-Teddy and The Blue Caps", a group formed in 1957 in Gothenburg by guitarist Bo Winberg (born 27 March 1939), with Bo Starander (born 11 March 1942) (rhythm guitar), and Björn Thelin (born 27 June 1942) (bass guitar). In 1958 they added Ove Johansson (drums), changed their name to "The Frazers", and began playing regularly in local clubs. They signed a recording contract in 1961, and changed the...

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Streaplers is a Swedish musical group, founded 1959 in Kungälv as a pop group and later developed into a dansband.
Original members were Gert Lengstrand (vocals), Bjarne Lundquist, Göran Liljeblad, Håkan Liljeblad och Lars Larsson.

The group made a breakthrough with Säkkinjärven Polka in 1963. Hit songs such as Diggety Doggety, Mule Skinner Blues and Rockin' Robin followed. Singer Gert Lengstrand left the group in 1966, and since then the band began development towards playing dansband music. Robert Löfvendahl became the new singer in 1969. The same year, the band had a Svensktoppen number one hit with "Tusen öars land". In 1970, Ove Pilebo began as singer and Streaplers became one of Sweden's most popular dansbands, wit...

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