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Torsson

With extremely prosaic lyrics and lacking instrumental skills, Torsson rose to fame something of a novelty band in the early '80s. It is unclear how serious the band's intentions were initially, but as they sang songs about an uneventful picnic or an agricultural fair, they were verging on poetry -- of course their own unique and intentionally dull poetry. In the early '80s Torsson's amateurish attitude towards music and their overly gentle melodies put them in a position were they could be seen both as strange hometown relatives to punk rock, and as its opposite. They kept their popularity throughout the century, but in the '90s, they were much less active, and while not disbanding, Torsson gave many signs of dying.

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Sator

Sator is a band originally from Borlänge, Sweden and consists of five band members called Kent Norberg [guitar, vocals], Hans Gäfvert, Chips Kiesbye [guitar, vocals], Heikki Kiviaho (bass) and Michael Olsson [drums]. The Band was formed in 1981. Originally named Sator Codex changed their name to Sator with the release of 'Slammer' in 1987. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Docenterna

Docent Död was an early Swedish pop-punk band formed in the late 70s that eventually evolved into Docenterna. Actually, the "punk" label may be a bit misleading as they are way more pop in character. Most known for their hit "Solglasögon" (Sunglasses).
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